InnaLabs® Chief Technology Officer José Beitia will present a paper on Cylindrical Resonator Gyroscope at the AAS Guidance and Control Conference, taking place on Friday 2nd February, in Breckenridge, Colorado.
Established in 1954, the American Astronautical Society (AAS) is recognised for the excellence of its national meetings, technical meetings, symposia and publications and for their impact on shaping the U.S. space program.
José Beitia is a recognised industry leader in vibrating gyroscopes and is the holder of numerous patents relating to Inertial Sensors design and Manufacturing process. He is a regular contributor to industry leading scientific conferences and conventions. He leads the engineering team with key responsibilities for R & D engineering.
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About American Astronautical Society
The American Astronautical Society's mission is to strengthen and grow the space community by increasing awareness of and support of space activities. They advance the space community’s knowledge and understanding through the organisation of events and the production of publications, while also actively promoting research, development and implementation of space capabilities.The American Astronautical Society also influence the development and implementation of space policy, provide unique opportunities for networking among members and across the space sector, and promote international dialogue on space activities. Every year they host a Guidance, Navigation and Control specialty conference to bring together the newest research and collaborations in the aerospace industry.