Most recently, Rob served as President and General Manager of Sea Launch, the international launch services consortium formed by four companies: Boeing Commercial Space
, Energia of Russia, SDO Yuzhnoye / PO Yuzhmash of Ukraine, and Aker Solutions of Norway.
The Sea Launch partnership includes: Boeing Commercial Space
Prior to FizzyLab, Tom served as vice president of engineering for DigitalXpress, a broadband satellite services provider spun off from Boeing Commercial Space
of Culver City, California), RapidEye (RapidEye AG of Munich, Germany), and Resource21 (Resource21 LLC of Denver, Colorado, a joint venture of Boeing Commercial Space
From July 1997 through January 2000, Haug was vice president, engineering and CTO at DigitalXpress, LLC, a broadband satellite services provider spun off by Boeing Commercial Space
Partners in the Sea Launch venture are: Boeing Commercial Space
Company of Kent, Washington; RSC Energia of Moscow, Russia; KB Yuzhnoye/PO Yuzhmash of Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine; and the Anglo-Norwegian Kvaerner Group of Oslo, Norway.
The Sea Launch global partnership includes Boeing Commercial Space
Company, Kent, Washington (provides spacecraft integration and payload accommodations, and management of overall Home Port operations); the Anglo-Norwegian Kvaerner Group of Oslo, Norway (provides marine engineering and operations); RSC Energia of Moscow, Russia (provides the Block-DM upper stage and its integration with the launch vehicle); and KB Yuzhnoye/PO Yuzhmash of Ukraine (provides the first two stages of the launch vehicle).
The Sea Launch partnership combines the resources of the world's leading aerospace and maritime companies, including Boeing Commercial Space
Company, Kent, Wash.
Partners in the international consortium include Boeing Commercial Space
Company (Kent, Wash.
The four Sea Launch partners are: -0- -- Boeing Commercial Space
Company of Seattle.
With the power to place up to five tonnes payloads into geo-synchronous transfer orbit, Sea Launch was created by an international partnership of the world's leading aerospace and shipping companies -- Boeing Commercial Space
Company (Seattle, Wash.
Participant feedback was positive following beta testing this summer of the broadcast system with a two-day interactive televised workshop to 1,000 Boeing managers, said David Dunnington, new business development manager for Broadcast Services, part of Boeing Commercial Space