Boeing Frontiers
November 2002 
Volume 01, Issue 07 
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Calendar of Events

Nov. 4–7: Flight Safety Foundation Air Safety Seminar, Dublin, Ireland. See

Nov. 4–10: Air Show China 2002: Fourth International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition. China’s largest annual air show and aerospace exhibition. Zhuhai. See

Nov. 5–7: 2002 Missile Sciences Conference. Conference organizers plan to focus on new threats and the new defenses, methods, equipment and policies needed to counter them. Monterey, Calif. See

Nov. 5–7: 2002 International Powered Lift Conference and Exhibition. The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics sponsors this event, which features a presentation and discussion of current and future powered-lift aircraft. Williamsburg, Va. See

Nov. 7–10: 2002 Airlift/Tanker Association Convention and Symposium. Opryland Hotel, Nashville, Tenn. See

Nov. 8–15: American Society for Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing Fall Show. The conference goal is the transfer of knowledge about the use of satellite data from successful innovators to potential users at global, regional and local levels. Adam’s Mark Hotel, Denver, Colo. See

Nov. 11–13: Heli-Power 2002. The event focuses on the latest developments, strategies and equipment needs of the military helicopter community. Hannover, Germany. See

Nov. 16–21: Comdex Fall 2002. Features the latest high-tech products and innovations. Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas. See

Nov. 18–19: Aerospace Outlook Conference 2002. This two-day event focuses on major issues facing the aerospace industry. Carson Community Center, Carson, Calif. See

Nov. 19–21: American Astronautical Society’s 49th Annual Conference. The theme for this year’s gathering is “Technologies and Partnerships: Innovations for Space Exploration.” Sunnyvale, Calif. See


Dec. 4–6: Cable & Satellite Broadcasting Association of Asia’s 2002 Convention. Event includes conference, exhibition and workshops. Singapore. See

Dec. 10–12: Satellite 2002 Europe. This annual event features a symposium and exhibition. Palais des Congres, Paris. See

Dec. 10–12: Association of the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Symposium and Exhibition. Judson F. Williams Convention Center, El Paso, Texas. See

Jan. 6–9: 41st Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibition. The event celebrates the 100th anniversary of flight; papers will focus on the future of the aerospace industry. Reno Hilton, Reno, Nev. See

Jan. 14–16: Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association’s West 2003 Conference and Exposition. San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, Calif. See

Jan. 19–22: Reserve Officers Association’s Mid-Winter Conference and 18th Annual Military Exposition. Washington, D.C. See

Jan. 28–30: Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association’s Spacecomm 2003. The event is touted as a forum for military and civilians in the command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence fields. Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colo. See

Feb. 2–6: Space Technology & Applications International Forum 2003. This forum promotes information exchange among technologists, academicians, industrialists and program managers on issues related to space commercialization, exploration, research and new technologies. Albuquerque, N.M. See

Feb. 3–4: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Defense 2003 Conference. Washington, D.C. See

The above listings are assembled for the convenience of readers of Boeing Frontiers only and do not constitute an endorsement by The Boeing Company. Times, dates and subject matter are subject to change or cancellation. If you have any items you wish to have considered for the Frontiers Calendar, please e-mail them to, or send them by regular mail to Boeing Frontiers magazine, 100 N. Riverside, MC: 5003-0983, Chicago, IL 60606-1596.

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