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The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)

is the world's largest technical society dedicated to the global aerospace profession.

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    For Attendees

    Why Visit?

    More than 50 companies will present their products and services in the exhibit hall. Meet new business partners and future employers, and learn about the newest groundbreaking technologies. Check out the presentation stage, enjoy refreshments, and network with your peers. Daily exhibit activities will attract 1,300+ participants into the hall.

    Exhibit Hall Hours 

    Monday, 30 July 0900–1600 hrs
    Tuesday, 31 July 0900–1600 hrs
    Wednesday, 1 August 0900–1400 hrs

    Presentation Stage Schedule

    During your break grab a cup of coffee in the exhibit hall and join us at the Presentation Stage for these additional learning and networking opportunities.
    Click here to view the schedule for full descriptions of the presentations. See you there! 

     

    Highlighted Sessions:

    Monday, 30 July 2012

     

    The Future is Now  

    Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne

    0915 - 0930 hrs

     

     Committed to Space
    Marotta Controls

    0930– 0945 hrs  

       

    The Power for Science and Human Exploration and much more
    Hamilton Sundstrand Rocketdyne
    0945– 1000 hrs
     
    Jet Engine Auxiliary Systems Integration & Impact on Aircraft Thermal & Energy Management
    LMS North America 

    1610– 1625 hrs

     

    Tuesday, 31 July

     

    Developing New Motion-Control Systems for the Worldwide Space Industry
    Moog Inc. 
    0930– 0945 hrs
     
    ANSA and MetaPost for Advanced CAE Pre- and Post-Processing
    ANSA-USA 

    0945– 1000 hrs

     

     Wednesday, 1 August

     

    The New Commercial NPSS™ Version 2.4.1-Features Overview 
    Wolverine-Ventures 
    0910– 0925 hrs
     

    Exhibitors as of (7/11/12)

     

    Aerojet
    Air Force Research Laboratory
    Arnold Engineering Development Complex
    ASME- International /Gas Turbine Institute
    ATK
    BETA CAE Systems USA
    The Boeing Company
    Cambridge University Press
    Cobham
    Concepts NREC
    General Dynamics- ATP
    Georgia Center of Innovation for Aerospace
    Jansen Aircraft Systems Controls
    L-3 Electron Technologies, Inc.
    LMS North America
    Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
    Marotta Controls, Inc.
    Metal Technology
    Moog
    NASA
    NTS
    Pointwise
    Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne
    Rolls Royce
    Sierra Nevada Corporation
    Stanford Mu Corporation
    Structural Composites Industries LLC
    Taber Industries
    Thales Components
    United Launch Alliance
    US Army AMRDEC
    VACCO Industries
    Valcor
    Wolverine Ventures
    Wyle