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NEW SPACE SHOW 2019 Monaco

17-18 October 2019 | The international congress with exhibition and business meetings where the future of space industry is being built.

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NEWSPACE EUROPE 2019 Luxembourg

13-14 November 2019 | Organized by the Luxembourg Space Agency, NewSpace Europe 2019 will center on the theme of “Driving Momentum”.

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SPACE TECH EXPO 2019 Bremen

19-21 November 2019 | SPACE TECH EXPO is Europe's meeting place for space business, technology & innovation.

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ASD Days 2019 Paris

6th December 2019 | The international BtoB event dedicated to aeronautics, space and defense.

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AMS 2020

13-15 May 2020 | 45th Aerospace Mechanisms Symposium.

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SPACE WEEK 2019 Rome

9-11 October 2019 | Space Week 2019 is the international conference dedicated to space access and services technologies.

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Interview BFM Business

Alain Hautcoeur, Manager of Nimesis Technology, interviewed by BFM Business TV.

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ESMATS 2019 Munich

18-20 September 2019 | 18th European Space Mechanisms and Tribology Symposium

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AMS 2018

16-17 May 2018 | 44th Aerospace Mechanism Symposium.

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MCM ITP 2017

11-12 October 2017 | Mechanics and Components for Missile, Innovation and Technology Partnership (MCM ITP)

16-18 May 2018
Cleveland, Ohio, USA

44th Aerospace Mechanism Symposium, sponsored and organized by the Mechanisms Education Association

In cooperation with NASA Glenn Research Center and Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company

The AMS is concerned with the problems of design, fabrication, test, and operational use of aerospace mechanisms. Emphasis is on hardware developments. The symposium provides both a social and technical forum for personnel active in the field of mechanisms technology, as well as providing a source of information for others with an interest in this field. The symposium is sponsored by the Mechanisms Education Association. It is hosted by National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Lockheed Martin Space Systems. The symposium site rotates among eight NASA centers and the symposium attracts papers and attendees internationally.