NewSpace 2011 will again be held in Silicon Valley again this year
Dallas Bienhoff is Boeing's Manager for In-Space and Surface Systems within the Advanced Space Exploration organization. He is responsible for developing concepts and capturing contracts related to fixed orbital infrastructure systems (e.g., in-space propellant depots, orbiting assembly nodes, Deep Space habitats, communications & navigation networks), Moon and Mars surface systems (e.g., habitats, rovers, mining and processing equipment), and human servicing missions. He is also responsible for identifying, capturing, and creating commercial space opportunities in the Earth-Moon system. Dallas has 36 years of space systems experience with 28 in advanced programs development. He has led internal and contract many studies on Space exploration architectures, Earth to orbit transportation architecture studies, and lunar habitat concepts. He participated in the recent NSSO Space Based Solar Power study and contributed to the final report. And, most relevant to the discussion for this show, he provided relevant propellant depot data to the Augustine Panel, whose report has had a major impact on the Administration's proposed budget for NASA and its new direction for Space Exploration.
Manager for In-Space and Surface Systems, Boeing