2010 GAINSTAM Workshop
November 3 - 4, 2010       The Boeing Company   •   Huntington Beach, CA

Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Open forum for all government and industry organizations.  Due to ITAR restrictions of material presented, attendance will be limited to U.S. persons only.

Thursday, November 4, 2010
Controlled Access Forums for Company Proprietary and Classified Presentations

Company Proprietary Sessions:
Due to the company proprietary nature of some of the material presented, industry representation will be limited to those organizations that have non-disclosure agreements with the companies presenting, or that, as a support contractor to the U.S. Government, are held to a FOUO non- disclosure agreement. 

Classified Session:
The afternoon classified session will be held at the Top Secret/SCI level.


The Boeing Company - Huntington Beach 
5301 Bolsa Avenue
Building 14.3
Huntington Beach, CA 92647

Directions to the Boeing Facility

Boeing Facility Map

Conference Contact

Sumi Martin
Office: (714) 896-2407

Program Contact

Charles S. "Scott" MacGillivray

Manager, Nano-Satellite Programs
The Boeing Company, BDS/Phantom Works
5301 Bolsa Avenue, Mail Code H013-C336
Huntington Beach, CA  92647-2099
Office: (714) 372-1617

Security Contact

Mike Binion
Office:                  (714) 896-2123
Unclassified Fax:  (714) 896-6231

Welcome to the
2010 Government and Industry Nano-Satellite Technology and Mission (GAINSTAM) Workshop


Raise awareness of the current state of the art in nano-satellite (<10 kg) technology beyond what is generally available from presentations at open workshops and from commercial websites, both of which are generally targeted toward users and missions requiring less demanding performance.

Explore future candidate missions for nano-satellites to support relevant near- and mid-term DoD, Intelligence Community and Civil missions, and to identify needed technologies to support these missions.


Presentations by leading government and industry members on current and near-term nano-satellite technology developments in both open and controlled access forums.

Facilitate discussions on relevant current and near-term DoD and Intelligence Community missions and system architectures, and to identify what technologies are needed to enable future more valuable missions.