The Federal Systems Division of Compunetix will be exhibiting in Booth #518 LM Center South at the 36th Space Symposium, August 23 – August 26. This annual conference will again be held at The Broadmoor Resort in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It will bring together leaders in space technology from around the world to discuss and address the next frontier of celestial exploration. The Space Symposium has become widely known as the premier U.S. space policy and program forum. It is the “must attend” opportunity, typically with over 11,000 participants interested in information on all aspects of space.
Last year COVID-19 led to the cancellation of this event. Compunetix had been selected as the 2020 Hall Of Fame Nominee for Leadership and Organization by the Space Foundation. The induction of Compunetix to the Hall of Fame was conducted as a Virtual Event. We are glad to join the Space Foundation in celebrating the return of the 36th Space Symposium. Compunetix is looking forward to meeting and seeing existing customers and new acquaintances like private launch and shuttle agencies and Space Force Personnel.
The Space Symposium’s expansive exhibit center features two major halls, configured to provide extraordinary access and exposure for each of the nearly 200 plus exhibitors. The exhibits cover a broad range of the latest in space innovation, ranging from nanotechnology to full-scale spacecraft development. Compunetix will be showcasing several mission voice communication products which have been enhanced with video streaming and teleconferencing capabilities, specifically designed for real-time command and control environments. Some of the products that will be on display include the MVP voice hub, end instruments including red black versions to guarantee the separation of classified audio, the new MC Series which can enable wide band audio, reduced latency and video streaming with faster processor compared the earlier generation GT Series. The Compunetix MVP can interface with many military radio and support radio control and sharing. Our 4-STAR (RoIP) device can serve as analog to digital gateway accessory for the MVP system or serve as standalone product in lieu of legacy channel banks. Visitors may also be interested in a demonstration of Compunetix 3D Spatial Audio, which enhances situational audio awareness.
Compunetix is a long-time participant in this important event and is looking forward to showcasing our latest mission voice and product innovations and technologies for command and control environments. We hope you’ll land at our booth at the Space Symposium.