Company highlights Spaceport of the future Operations, Maintenance, Sustainment, Systems Engineering & Integration, Launch Range Safety, Mission Assurance, Cybersecurity and much more in Orlando.
Springfield, Va., February 20, 2023
ENSCO, Inc., an international technology enterprise, will present its mission critical services at the 2023 SpaceCom, the Global Commercial Space Conference and Exhibition and the 49th Space Congress in Orlando, FL, February 21-23. ENSCO’s experienced representatives from government and commercial space projects will showcase the company’s systems Spaceport Operations, Maintenance, Sustainment, Systems Engineering & Integration, Launch Range Safety, Mission Assurance, and cybersecurity. Building on their success in helping create the Range of the Future, ENSCO will be showing their readiness to play a leading role in creating the Spaceport of the Future.
SpaceCom, for the second year, partners with the 49th Space Congress to provide an excellent forum for government and commercial companies to work together. As the lead range systems engineering and integration company for the past six years, ENSCO’s mission critical technology works to increase launch cadence, protect the security of data, and implements defensive cyber operations at the Range and in space.
“SpaceCom 2023 is the ideal venue to showcase ENSCO’s strong capabilities in defense intelligence and mission assurance, surveillance and security,” stated Jeff Stevens, President of ENSCO, Inc. “Our engineers provide our defense and commercial customers with solutions to the toughest problems to ensure the security of assets, efficiency of systems, and safety of people in space and on the ground. The ENSCO proven expertise will help Space Force’s vision become a reality. At ENSCO, space is our business, the mission is our passion,” Stevens continued.
ENSCO is the Systems Engineering and Integration contractor for both the Eastern and Western Launch and Test Range; the Satellite Control Network of our nations space assets, and the Standard Space Trainer for our Guardians. The company also develops critical aerospace and avionics technology for government and commercial customers, including IData® – Human Machine Interface, eVTOL – Certification Services, and Weather – Atmospheric Modeling and Weather Display Systems.
ENSCO officials attending SpaceCom will highlight the company’s focus on Launch and Test Range Systems and plans for the Spaceport of the Future at Booth #403 just steps away from the entrance to the Main Exhibit Hall.
SpaceCom, the Global Commercial Space Conference & Exposition, powers and cultivates the entire space ecosystem, helping space businesses thrive. This unrivaled annual event attracts thousands of space professionals for an engaging conference program led by topic experts and a comprehensive expo showcasing the world’s leading solution providers. Now in its second year of partnership with the 49th Space Congress — produced by the Canaveral Council of Technical Societies (CCTS) in partnership with NASA-Kennedy Space Center (KSC) — the collective mission of both organizations is to provide a forum for government and commercial companies to work together to further the science of space exploration, facilitate business and investment opportunities, cultivate on-planet solutions, and, ultimately, find new, sustainable ways to protect our planet and its global systems.
ABOUT ENSCO, INC.
ENSCO, Inc., and its wholly owned subsidiaries, represent a $150 million international technology enterprise, headquartered in the Washington, D.C., area. For more than 50 years, the ENSCO group of companies has been providing leading-edge engineering, science and advanced technology solutions to governments and private industries worldwide. ENSCO operates in the aerospace, national security, surface transportation and cybersecurity sectors and focuses on technologies, products, and services to support the safety, security, reliability, and efficiency of customer missions. Field offices and subsidiaries, representatives and partnerships are located throughout the United States and around the world. Learn more about ENSCO