Wednesday, July 15, 2009
eSpace Names Incubation Program Participants
Boulder, Colo.-based eSpace, the aerospace-focused business incubation effort, announced Tuesday that it has selected the inaugural three companies for its aerospace business incubation program. The non-profit organization identified the three firms as: Zybek Advanced Products, an engineering, system development and manufacturing company expanding into advanced plasma technologies; Space Awareness Services, which tracks orbital objects and provides that data to organizations in the private and public sectors; and Net-Centric Design Professionals, a designer and developer of computer networks used for communications between spacecraft and land-based entities. eSpace said it chose the three participants from a pool of more than 30 applicants.