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Photos from the 2017 South Carolina Aerospace Conference and Expo are now available in our photo gallery>>
The 5th annual South Carolina Aerospace Conference & Expo is scheduled for October 9-10, 2018, at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center! Check back soon for more details.
Online registration for the SC Aerospace Conference & Expo is now closed. On-site registration will be available Wednesday, August 30, at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center and Thursday, August 31, at the USC Alumni Center. Please send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our 2017 program is now available to download in .pdf format! Download the conference program>> You can also browse our three-day program online at the program page>>
The Center for Predictive Maintenance at the University of South Carolina is an interdisciplinary group spanning four departments and includes students at all levels of education along with faculty members and military personnel. The program combines research and implementation solutions to support the U.S. Army Aviation program. For more information, visit the College of Engineering and… Read More
Whether you’re serving a shrinking market, battling cost-cutting competition, or contending with disruptive industry forces, it takes a concerted effort to build, sustain, and accelerate your growth. The strategic diversification sessions will address how companies can improve their product/service development process to launch products and services with reduced variation that better meet customer needs and lower overall costs.… Read More
On Wednesday, August 30, conference participants will have the opportunity to fly the T-50A cockpit demonstrator! Lockheed Martin has two large operations in South Carolina. Beaufort is home to one of the first bases in the U.S. for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter and home to the Lockheed Martin Marine Corps Pilot Training Center. The… Read More
Two tours scheduled Tuesday, August 28, at 4:00 and 4:30 p.m. Named in honor of SC native and Challenger astronaut, the Ronald E. McNair Center for Aerospace Innovation and Research was founded in 2011 with donations from Darla Moore, Anita Zucker and Marva Smalls. The McNAIR Center’s mission is to grow South Carolina’s knowledge-based economy… Read More
On Wednesday, August 30, conference participants will have the opportunity to hear from top K-12 education leaders during a panel discussion session. Each speaker is playing a critical role in developing South Carolina’s strategy to produce the next generation of aerospace talent. Molly Spearman South Carolina Superintendent of Education Spearman partnered with industry leaders… Read More