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Oakman Aerospace and ArsUltra Advance Partnership with Strategic MOU to Develop Modular Spacecraft Solution


Oakman Aerospace Inc. (OAI) and Argentina-based ArsUltra S.A. (AU) signed a strategic Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to collaborate on integrating their respective technologies as well as potential new technology creation. The new agreement indicates the companies’ shared intention to advance spacecraft development through Modular Open System Architectures (MOSA) along with standardization and interoperability constructs.

“OAI’s MOSA-based Advanced Configurable Open-system Research Network (ACORN) was released commercially in 2017 and is now internationally exportable, enabling this partnership with AU,” stated Stanley O. Kennedy, Jr., President and Chief Systems Engineer of Oakman Aerospace, Inc. “We are excited to showcase the synergies between OAI and AU’s MOSA technologies to revolutionize the landscape of space.”

In development for the last four years, AU’s FREEDOM F1 Modular Spacecraft focuses on high reliability advanced modular spacecraft design. This modular spacecraft, coupled with OAI’s history of implementing MOSA in the development of spacecraft systems, will enable efficient spacecraft design and integration. The two organizations will now begin work to integrate OAI’s MOSA expertise and ACORN tool with ArsUltra’s FREEDOM F1 Modular Spacecraft design into a complete, end to end spacecraft solution.

“We are really excited about the possibility of this collaboration, which we envision as something very fruitful that will lead to a great future in the years to come for both organizations,” added Juan Martín Semegone, President and Chief Systems Engineer of ArsUltra S.A.

About Oakman Aerospace, Inc.
Oakman Aerospace, Inc. (OAI), founded in 2012, is a private, woman-veteran owned corporation dedicated to providing cutting-edge products and services related to space systems architectures, spacecraft/satellite design and development, and mission payload and data distribution services. As a global provider of space-based solutions, OAI offers complete end-to-end capabilities for customers, teammates, and stakeholders.

OAI’s Advanced Configurable Open-system Research Network (ACORN) provides a scalable and expandable, closed-loop, end-to-end space system modeling and simulation environment. ACORN implements MOSA to provide open, standardized interfaces for segments, elements, subsystems, and components—enabling rapid reconfiguration of space systems. More information can be found at www.oak-aero.com.

About ArsUltra S.A.
ArsUltra S.A (AU) is a privately owned company from Buenos Aires, Argentina devoted to design and development of advanced High Reliability Fight Control Computers for space applications and rugged special industrial systems for harsh environments. With the heritage and knowledge in such fields, the company can extend capabilities to special R&D projects, with a variety of advanced modeling, simulations, analysis, design and development, qualification and acceptance testing in both fields.

Specializing in the design and development of Mission Critical Computers, Flight Control and Navigation computers for space and special high-reliability industrial computers for flight subsystems, ArsUltra has developed several projects for CONAE (Comisión Nacional de Actividades Espaciales) as well as technologically complex projects in the Oil & Gas sector in collaboration with YPF-Tecnología and Tenaris Siderca SAIC for R&D on steel pipes without welding, among others. More information can be found at www.arsultra.com.
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Oakman Aerospace Named to Inc. 5000 List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies

Oakman Aerospace, Inc. Ranks No. 2288 on the 2019 Inc. 5000 With Three-Year Revenue Growth of 176 Percent

Inc. magazine today revealed Oakman Aerospace, Inc. (OAI) placed in the top 50% of its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent small businesses. Microsoft, Dell, Domino’s Pizza, Pandora, Timberland, LinkedIn, Yelp, Zillow, and many other well-known names gained their first national exposure as honorees on the Inc. 5000.

“We are honored to be ranked in the Inc. 5000 list alongside some of the fastest growing companies in the country,” said Maureen S. O’Brien, CEO of Oakman Aerospace, Inc. “This recognition is a testament to OAI’s motivated and hardworking team. Our company growth can be attributed to the evolving needs of our loyal partners, clients, and teammates. We look forward to continuing growth and innovation as we advance our mission to enable your journey through space.”

Not only have the companies on the 2019 Inc. 5000 (which are listed online at Inc.com, with the top 500 companies featured in the September issue of Inc., available on newsstands August 20) been very competitive within their markets, but the list as a whole shows staggering growth compared with prior lists. The 2019 Inc. 5000 achieved an astounding three-year average growth of 454 percent, and a median rate of 157 percent. The Inc. 5000’s aggregate revenue was $237.7 billion in 2018, accounting for 1,216,308 jobs over the past three years. 

Complete results of the Inc. 5000, including company profiles and an interactive database that can be sorted by industry, region, and other criteria, can be found at www.inc.com/inc5000.

“The companies on this year’s Inc. 5000 have followed so many different paths to success,” says Inc. editor in chief James Ledbetter. “There’s no single course you can follow or investment you can take that will guarantee this kind of spectacular growth. But what they have in common is persistence and seizing opportunities.”

The annual Inc. 5000 event honoring the companies on the list will be held October 10 to 12, 2019, at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort and Spa in Phoenix, Arizona. As always, speakers include some of the greatest innovators and business leaders of our generation.

More about Inc. and the Inc. 5000

Methodology
The 2019 Inc. 5000 is ranked according to percentage revenue growth when comparing 2015 and 2018. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by March 31, 2015. They had to be U.S.-based, privately held, for profit, and independent—not subsidiaries or divisions of other companies—as of December 31, 2018. (Since then, a number of companies on the list have gone public or been acquired.) The minimum revenue required for 2015 is $100,000; the minimum for 2018 is $2 million. As always, Inc. reserves the right to decline applicants for subjective reasons. Companies on the Inc. 500 are featured in Inc.’s September issue. They represent the top tier of the Inc. 5000, which can be found at http://www.inc.com/inc5000.

About Inc. Media
Founded in 1979 and acquired in 2005 by Mansueto Ventures, Inc. is the only major brand dedicated exclusively to owners and managers of growing private companies, with the aim to deliver real solutions for today’s innovative company builders. Inc. took home the National Magazine Award for General Excellence in both 2014 and 2012. The total monthly audience reach for the brand has been growing significantly, from 2,000,000 in 2010 to more than 20,000,000 today. For more information, visit www.inc.com.

The Inc. 5000 is a list of the fastest-growing private companies in the nation. Started in 1982, this prestigious list has become the hallmark of entrepreneurial success. The Inc. 5000 Conference & Awards Ceremony is an annual event that celebrates the remarkable achievements of these companies. The event also offers informative workshops, celebrated keynote speakers, and evening functions.

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Oakman Aerospace and ArsUltra Partner to Develop Modular Spacecraft Solution


Oakman Aerospace Inc. (OAI) and Argentina-based ArsUltra S.A. have signed a strategic Letter of Intent (LOI) to investigate collaborative efforts and commercial utilization associated with the development of modular spacecraft. The two organizations intend to explore a potential partnership to recognize their common interest in advancing spacecraft development through Modular Open System Architectures (MOSA) along with standardization and interoperability constructs.

OAI has a long history of implementing MOSA in the development of spacecraft systems, enabling efficient spacecraft design and integration. OAI’s Advanced Configurable Open-system Research Network (ACORN) provides a scalable and expandable, closed-loop, end-to-end space system modeling and simulation environment. ACORN implements MOSA to provide open, standardized interfaces for segments, elements, subsystems, and components—enabling rapid reconfiguration of the system.

“OAI and ArsUltra have very complementary and compatible products and services that will enable new and innovative solutions for our end-customers. We are already working closely with common teammates, suppliers, and stakeholders. This collaboration will continue to leverage and expand upon these existing relationships,” stated Stanley O. Kennedy, Jr. President and Chief Systems Engineer of Oakman Aerospace, Inc.

ArsUltra is a hardware development technology company specializing in the design and development of Mission Critical Computers, Flight Control and Navigation computers for space and special high-reliability industrial computers for flight subsystems. ArsUltra focuses on the research of space projects, concentrating on advanced modeling, simulation, analysis, design and development. Notably, ArsUltra has developed several projects for CONAE (Comisión Nacional de Actividades Espaciales) as well as technologically complex projects in the Oil & Gas sector in collaboration with YPF-Tecnología and Tenaris Siderca SAIC for modeling steel pipes without welding, among others. In development for the last four years, ArsUltra’s FREEDOM F1 Modular Spacecraft focuses on high reliability advanced modular spacecraft design.

The two organizations first will investigate the technical feasibility of integrating OAI’s MOSA expertise and ACORN tool with ArsUltra’s “FREEDOM F1 Modular Spacecraft” design into a complete, end to end spacecraft solution.

“ArsUltra and OAI have similar strategies and organizational values. We have identified a complimentary relationship between the software developments of OAI and ArsUltra’s hardware that allow us to envision a partnership which will revolutionize the development of modular architectures. This integration of both hardware and software into a complete solution answers the new challenges of the Space industry to come,” added Juan Martín Semegone, President and Chief Systems Engineer of ArsUltra S.A.
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Oakman Aerospace, Inc. Named Top Woman-Owned Company for Third Consecutive Year


By Oakman Aerospace

ColoradoBiz Magazine has named Oakman Aerospace, Inc. (OAI) a Top Woman-Owned Company for the third consecutive year. Each year, ColoradoBiz Magazine conducts extensive research, collects industry data, and facilitates reader voting to produce various business rankings. With this acknowledgement, OAI adds the distinction of being titled one of Colorado’s top woman-owned companies to its long-standing reputation as a successful aerospace corporation.

“We are so pleased to receive this recognition! It’s not just one person that makes this possible year after year, the OAI team continues to make this company truly great.  Stanley Kennedy and I are so proud of what we all have accomplished together,” stated Maureen S. O’Brien, CEO of Oakman Aerospace, Inc.

OAI first appeared on the Top Woman-Owned Company list in 2017, moving up 26 spots over the past three years to currently hold the 54th position. This recognition and the company’s continued growth are a testament to the talented team, innovative work being done, and exceptional clients OAI serves.

“This honor is really about OAI’s focus on trust in our employees, and confidence in our leadership.  I am honored to work with Maureen O’Brien building the business and continuing to make Colorado the best place to work and live,” stated Stanley O. Kennedy, Jr., President and Chief Systems Engineer of Oakman Aerospace, Inc.



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First Quarter 2019 Newsletter


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Quarter Four 2018 Newsletter


By Oakman Aerospace - November 26, 2018

4th Quarter 2018
"Making Space For Everyone"
 


Big Updates with the Close of Another Great Year!

Along with the ACORN product line receiving a considerable update, the OAI team has expanded into a new facility! In the final quarter of 2018, we have welcomed new employees and continue our search for more engineers to support upcoming programs! Read below for more.


ACORN Gets an Upgrade

In October, OAI delivered three (3) ACORN-R units to a customer to facilitate mission design, payload interface testing, and support constellation trades and analysis. Through this effort OAI has expanded ACORN capabilities to support constellations and multiple vehicle modeling and simulation capabilities.

“We have expanded our capability to marry disparate messaging systems,” said ACORN Tech Lead, Mike Charrier. “This creates a wider ability to integrate differently configured satellites, which can then perform as a single constellation.”

This delivery and associated upgrades lay the foundation for improved capabilities and modules in the ACORN platform.


Move-in Day! OAI Begins Operations at New Headquarters

We have officially moved in to our new location in Highlands Ranch! The new facility approximately doubles our working space, allowing for the growth of our company and product line simultaneously. Most importantly, the new and improved laboratory and cleanroom facilities ensure OAI will continue to provide our partners and customers with the highest level of service.

OAI looks forward to hosting an open house for partners and key stakeholders.


VOTE NOW! OAI Nominated in NewSpace People’s 2018-19 Global Rankings

OAI has been nominated for NewSpace People’s 2018-19 Global Rankings! Oakman Aerospace, Inc. has been nominated as the Aerospace Company of 2018-19 while both our CEO, Maureen O’Brien, and President, Stanley Kennedy Jr., have been nominated as the Aerospace Leader of 2018-19. Thank you all for your support! Cast your votes through December 21, 2018!

VOTE NOW:
Oakman Aerospace, Inc.
Stanley Kennedy, Jr.
Maureen O'Brien


Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine

STEM education and outreach is very important to us at OAI, because we believe it is important to invest in developing the necessary skills of our society's youth in order to maintain a healthy aerospace workforce in Colorado. We hope that for many years to come, our home state continues to play a large role in contributing to STEM education. To aid in this effort, we have worked with the Colorado Space Business Roundtable and Wayne Carley of STEM Magazine to help put together the Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine. This FREE e-magazine is a pertinent resource for all CO students, teachers, and parents interested in STEM.

Click Here to Read Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine


New Faces at OAI

Left to Right: Jess, Francesca, Danielle, and Joe

OAI has welcomed four new employees, enhancing our operations, engineering, and marketing capabilities!

New team member Jess comes to OAI with a background in aerospace engineering. Commenting on his move to OAI, Jess said, “I was attracted to OAI because of its tight-knit culture which lends itself to being a successful player in the space market. I’m looking forward to getting back into space, bringing my experience to OAI’s current and future projects.”


Around the World with OAI: Travel Recap

SmallSat 2018

Logan, Utah
August 4-9, 2018

OAI was a proud sponsor of the 32nd Annual AIAA/USU Small Satellite Conference! The annual gathering brought together over 3,050 experts within the small satellite community to engage and collaborate on the latest technologies, designs, and processes in small spacecraft development that secure mission success.

2018 IAC

Bremen, Germany
October 1-5, 2018

Our CEO, Maureen O’Brien, and President, Stanley Kennedy Jr., attended the 69th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Bremen, Germany. This was an intense week during which all space players gathered to discuss the advancement and progress of space in its various features.

ISO Fall Meeting

São José dos Campos, SP, Brazil
November 6-8, 2018

OAI President, Stanley Kennedy Jr., traveled to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Fall Meeting in Brazil. The meeting focused on identifying, analyzing, and adopting normative texts related to interface, integration, and testing of existing and developing space products and systems with international acceptance.


OAI is Hiring!

OAI is growing and hiring! If you know someone looking for a fun, flexible work environment, send them to our website at www.oak-aero.com/careers!

We are actively looking for individuals who fit the following job descriptions:
Hardware/Embedded Software Engineer
Assembly, Integration, & Test Engineer
Software Engineer
DevOps Engineer
Full Stack Developer



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www.oak-aero.com | 303.904.6060
9092 S Ridgeline Boulevard | Littleton, CO 80129

 

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ACORN Platform Now Internationally Exportable


By Oakman Aerospace, Inc. - August 1, 2018


(Littleton, CO) - On August 1st, 2018, Oakman Aerospace, Inc. (OAI) announced that the Advanced Configurable Open Research Network (ACORN)Advanced Configurable Open Research Network (ACORN) platform is now internationally exportable through the U.S. Department of Commerce.
 
ACORN Platform Capabilities
 
The Advanced Configurable Open Research Network (ACORN) platform is a foundational capability to support space systems life-cycle design and development efforts. ACORN provides a scalable, rapidly reconfigurable, closed-loop, end-to-end, space systems modeling & simulation, and integration platform enabled by Modular Open System Architecture (MOSA). ACORN supports complete end-to-end detailed design, development, and test capabilities (Mission Concept through Operations) that incorporates flight software, components (simulated and/or hardware), and full dynamic simulation; enhancing system capabilities and increasing mission assurance.
 
“The ACORN platform gives engineering teams a competitive advantage in cost reduction, risk mitigation and system development time by allowing them to make informed decisions from conceptualization, through planning, design, integration, test, operations and beyond.  All of this is accomplished by facilitating rapid and simple early integration of hardware components, software systems and models, mission support tools, and the adaptability, extensibility, and flexibility of the system through configuration inputs and Application Programmer Interfaces.” said Jonathon Murphy, ACORN Product Manager at OAI.
 
 ACORN Platform Benefits

ACORN has been engineered to deliver customers with out-of-the-box functionality to begin developing and planning their mission. ACORN comes pre-loaded with representative flight software; generic sub-system and component models; dynamic modeling and simulation capabilities; physics models; mission scenarios; and, a ground command and control interface. ACORN also allows users to swap out the provided modules (flight software, components, ground, etc.) with their own internally developed or other third-party vendor modules/solutions. Through application program interfaces (API), users can customize ACORN with their components, software, and models to be representative of their system and mission. The modular nature of the ACORN platform allows modules of ACORN to operate independently, scale, and expand with the needs of the user. ACORN may be used as a complete software simulation, a blend of software simulation and hardware-in-the-loop (HWIL), or all HWIL – with its open system architecture providing ease of hardware integration. In addition, ACORN is Ethernet enabled which allows users to interface around the globe providing borderless system design and development.

ACORN users realize significant cost savings over the traditional mission/system development model. ACORN reduces hardware integration timelines, efficiently performs trades and analyses, minimizes travel (for personnel and hardware), and buys down risk. ACORN provides users the benefits of ‘new space’ technologies while continuing to deliver the ‘old space’ reliability, traceability, and functional/performance attributes.
 
Conclusion

“The OAI team is excited to be able to offer this product internationally. ACORN fundamentally changes the landscape of space system development and is going to be a cornerstone in the future of MOSA and space system technologies” –Stanley O. Kennedy, Jr. OAI President & CSE.

ACORN will be internationally available beginning Fall of 2018. ACORN is available for commercial export under the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) via the United States Department of Commerce under categories 9D515 and 9E515.

For more information:
Oakman Aerospace Inc.
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+1 303-904-6060
Info@oak-aero.com
www.oak-aero.com
 
Corporate Background:

Oakman Aerospace, Inc. (OAI) is a woman/veteran-owned small business focused on total end-to-end space systems engineering providing: rapid and responsive space system architectures; modular spacecraft/satellite design & development; mission/payload and data distribution services; and, specialized RF phenomenology, products and services.
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July 2018 Newsletter


By Oakman Kennedy - July 1st, 2018

July 2018
"Making Space For Everyone"

Summer Shades and ACORN Upgrades

2018 has proven to be a great year of opportunity for Oakman Aerospace, Inc. We' have been able to spend the past couple of months making huge improvements to our ACORN product line and are looking forward to releasing them later this year! In addition, we have expanded our staff to support new and upcoming programs! Read below for more!

OAI Facility Expansion

As announced in January, OAI purchased and began renovations on a new office/Flex-warehouse space in Highlands Ranch, CO. Our new facility is planned for occupancy later this summer and will be a great addition to OAI capabilities. With expanded laboratory spaces, technical development areas, and multiple meeting spaces, OAI's new facility will be a great addition for our business, partners, and customers.

ACORN Product Upgrades & Improvements

Oakman Aerospace, Inc. (OAI) is excited to announce upgrades and improvements to our ACORN product line. Using pre-programmed flight scenarios, hardware-in-the-loop and software based spacecraft modeling and simulation, ACORN is designed to take missions from pre-milestone to flight readiness review. Our newest upgrades and improvements will take ACORN to new levels and customers. For more details and the big reveal come see us at the Small Satellite Conference at booth #13!
 

OAI is Hiring!

Oakman Aerospace is excited to have hired five (5) new employees in the first part of 2018 alone. Even with this solid growth (25% over 2017), OAI is still looking to expand our engineering team! If you or someone you know is looking for a fun, flexible work environment, send them to our website at www.oak-aero.com/careers! We are specifically looking for individuals who fit the following job descriptions:

Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine

STEM education and outreach is very important to us at OAI, because we believe it is important to invest in developing the necessary skills of our society's youth in order to maintain a healthy aerospace workforce like the one that currently exists here in Colorado. We hope that for many years to come, our home state continues to play a large role in contributing to STEM education. To aid in this effort, we have worked with the Colorado Space Business Roundtable and Wayne Carley of STEM Magazine to help put together the Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine. This FREE e-magazine is a pertinent resource for all CO students, teachers, and parents interested in STEM.

www.stemmagazine.com/coJULY18



If you are interested in advertising space or wish to be added to the distribution list, please contact Ashley Meyer at COAEROSTEMMag@oak-aero.com. It's a great way to stay connected and/or contribute to STEM outreach in Colorado!

Upcoming Events

August 4th – 9th 32nd Annual Small Satellite Conference; Logan, Utah
October 1st – 5th 69th International Astronautical Congress; Bremen, Germany

 

Final Thoughts

2018 has been a great year full of progress and growth for OAI! We look forward to the rest of the year as we go into the late summer and fall with more announcements related to OAI’s business, customers, and partners! Be sure to follow us on social media to get the most up-to-date news related to Oakman Aerospace and the industry!

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Oakman Aerospace, Inc. is Moving!


By Oakman Aerospace, Inc. - January 8, 2018

 
OAI is Moving!  

Oakman Aerospace, Inc. is excited to share the news that we will be moving to a new facility this summer! Some of you may know that this next step has been in the works for quite some time, and we are thrilled to be kicking off 2018 with this expansion. Located in Highlands Ranch, CO, the new building approximately doubles the space in which we are currently executing our commitments. We chose the building with our company growth and personnel in mind. One of the more exciting aspects of the new facility is our new and improved lab and cleanroom facilities. These include expanded design/development, fabrication, and, assembly, integration & test capabilities that will allow OAI to continue to develop our ACORN product line and new products and services. In the next few months, we will be making necessary updates to the new building to suit our company needs and operations, and OAI employees will start transitioning to the facility this spring. Be on the lookout for updates and event notices in the near future!
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Happy Holidays from Oakman Aerospace, Inc.

Wishing You a Happy Holiday Season

By Oakman Aerospace, Inc. - December 21, 2017

 

 

 

Dear Friends, Family, Partners and Customers:

We hope your holidays are filled with happiness, health, and many memorable moments shared with family, friends, and loved ones. It's a wonderful time of year to cherish the people who support you, and all of you have played a part in supporting Oakman Aerospace, Inc.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for contributing to another successful year for OAI. As a small business, we know we would not exist without the help, encouragement, and influence of many others. Now in our sixth year of business, we have grown in both size and capability and we are grateful for your role in helping us achieve our goals.

As we start the new year, we look forward to new partnerships and projects to help make space accessible to everyone, and welcome new opportunities to collaborate with you or your company.

Have a safe holiday, and keep your ears open for a new announcement coming from OAI early in 2018!

Best Wishes,

Maureen S. O'Brien & Stanley Oakman Kennedy, Jr.


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December 2017 Newsletter

Wrapping Up Another Year

By Oakman Aerospace, Inc. - December 4, 2017

December 2017
"Making Space For Everyone"

Wrapping Up Another Year

It is hard to believe that we are almost at the end of another year. Last month, Stan was in London, serving as the convener of the ISO Aircraft & Space Vehicles Technical Committee (TC20), Space Systems & Operations Sub-Committee (SC14), Interfaces, Integration & Test Working Group (WG2). Though we are not traveling far from our offices in Littleton as the year winds down, we will be out locally in Denver for the 14th Annual Colorado Space Roundup. December may be a short work-month due to the holidays, but OAI still has a lot packed in before the end of the year as we continue to work on our products and partnerships. 2017 has treated us well and we are looking forward to the new year and all that it will bring!

14th Annual Colorado Space Business Roundtable Roundup

OAI will be in attendance at this year's Colorado Space Roundup, presented by the Colorado Space Business Roundtable (CSBR) and the Colorado Space Coalition (CSC), on December 6th at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. The event, under the theme "Take Me With You", is set to be very interesting, discussing Colorado's role in the future of human exploration and involving a topic that is important to us: STEM and the future leaders of our industry. Our team will have a booth at the event, and we are looking forward to demonstrating our ACORN system and providing information about the Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine, current partnerships, STEM outreach efforts, and other happenings at OAI. If you will be participating in the Roundup, be sure to stop by our booth! See you there!

Last chance to vote for OAI to be named in the NewSpace People's Top 100 Aerospace Companies!

This is the final month to vote for Oakman Aerospace, Inc. and our CEO, Maureen O'Brien for the 2017 People's NewSpace Awards! With your help, OAI can be awarded the Company of 2017 and Maureen can be named Leader of 2017! Currently, Maureen is listed in the Top 100 Leaders, which is updated daily. We thank you for your support in helping us to get this far, but the voting is not over yet! To continue to vote, please visit the link below and share on social media. With your help, OAI and Maureen can receive recognition for all of our work this past year! Winners will be announced by NewSpace People early this month.

VOTE FOR OAI HERE


Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine December Issue is Out!

Check out the latest issue of the Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine, just released today! In case you haven't heard, this publication is an uniquely accessible resource for all Colorado students, teachers, and parents. Plus, it's completely FREE! Oakman Aerospace, Inc., the Colorado Space Business Roundtable, and Wayne Carley of STEM Magazine have all worked diligently to obtain advertisements, articles, and sponsors for the e-magazine's release this past October.

For those interested, there are still opportunities for sponsorship. We would love for you to join us in being part of this free online publication! Not convinced? Check out the December 2017 issue.


If you are interested in advertising space or wish to be added to the distribution list, please contact Ashley Meyer at COAEROSTEMMag@oak-aero.com. You won’t be disappointed!


Happy Holidays!

As the holidays are fast approaching, we are looking back at another successful year at OAI, where we have made new partnerships, expanded our team, and worked on some exciting technology and projects that we will carry into the new year. We hope you all have had a great year as well! During this season, we hope that you spend time with family and friends. From all of us here at Oakman Aerospace, Inc., we wish you the happiest of holidays!

 

Upcoming Events

Date Event
December 6th CSBR 14th Annual Colorado Space Roundup
 

Final Thoughts

As we wrap things up towards the end of the year, there are many exciting updates we hope to share soon! Be on the lookout for new announcements and developments, because December will be a big month for OAI and we look forward to sharing it with you! Follow us on social media to get the most up to date news!

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November 2017 Newsletter

Harvest Happenings

By Oakman Aerospace, Inc. - November 8, 2017

November 2017
"Making Space For Everyone"

Harvest Happenings

The season is changing, and many things are happening at OAI. Last month, Stan and Maureen were on the move again - this time in Bremen, Germany at the Space Tech Expo Europe. Back at the OAI office, employees celebrated Halloween before donning winter boots and coats, but there is no off-season when it comes to space! OAI continues to demonstrate the ACORN-R modeling and simulation system, while working on some really exciting projects. Read all about what OAI has been up to in our features below! Keep your ears open for some exciting news the the coming months! 

Business in Bremen

At the end of last month, both Stan and Maureen attended Space Tech Expo Europe in Bremen, Germany. The exhibition is a premier B2B trade event, which brings together professionals from government, academia, and industry to meet with the manufacturers and supply chain of the aerospace industry. While at the event, They were able to discuss OAI's ACORN system as well as learn about the new and emerging technology segments in space and satellite science.

As mentioned last month, OAI traveled to Adelaide, Australia for the 68th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in September. OAI enjoyed networking with many international organizations and professionals from space sectors of many nations.

69th International Astronautical Congress (IAC)
Bremen, Germany
1st - 5th October, 2018


Halloween Never Looked So Cute

If you are familiar with OAI, and especially if you have been to our offices, you know we love our dogs! This past Halloween was a chance for our pups to strut their stuff in some scary adorable costumes. A pair of pirates, Scotch and Chestnut, pillaged and plundered through the office looking for treats, Zemo the skeleton felt the Halloween spirit down to his bones, and Bobby was the least menacing dinosaur we've ever seen! We know it's difficult, but if you had to choose: which do you vote "best-dressed-up-dog"?


 

Vote for OAI to be named in the NewSpace People's Top 100 Aerospace Companies!

Last month we asked you to vote for OAI to be named one of Top 100 Aerospace Companies by NewSpace People, and you delivered! We are excited that OAI has consistently made it into the Top 50 which is updated daily, but we still need your help to advance further! To vote, please visit the link below and share on social media. With your help, OAI can be awarded the 2017 People's NewSpace Company of 2017! Using the same link, you can also vote for Stan and/or Maureen for the 2017 People's NewSpace Leader of 2017! 
 

VOTE FOR OAI HERE


Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine November Issue is Out!

The latest issue of the Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine is available! Just last month, the e-Magazine was officially released. This publication is an awesome new resource for all Colorado students, teachers, and parents, plus, it's completely FREE! Oakman Aerospace, Inc., the Colorado Space Business Roundtable, and Wayne Carley of STEM Magazine have all worked diligently to obtain advertisements, articles, and sponsors for the October 2017 release. Be sure to check out the November issue!

There are still opportunities for sponsorship, for those who are interested, and we hope that you will join us in being part of this free e-magazine. If you weren’t sure before, you will be after checking out the November 2017 issue.


If you are interested in advertising space or wish to be added to the distribution list, please contact Ashley Meyer at COAEROSTEMMag@oak-aero.com. You won’t be disappointed!

Upcoming Events

Date Event
December 6th CSBR 14th Annual Colorado Space Roundup
 

Final Thoughts

As a private, woman-veteran owned corporation, OAI would like to wish all veterans a Happy Veterans Day! Thank you for your service. Looking ahead, there is exciting news moving forward! Keep your eye out for more announcements and developments happening at OAI! November is set to be a big month for OAI and we look forward to sharing it with you! Follow us on social media to get the most up to date news!

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