Conference Venue | Presenters | Do you provide invitation or visa letters? | Airport | Transportation from Airport | Driving Directions | Parking | NASA Marshall Space Flight Center | US Space and Rocket Center

Conference Venue

The 2009 Technology Conference will be held at:
Von Braun Center
700 Monroe St SW
Huntsville, Alabama 35801 USA


Data projectors will be provided in all of the parallel session rooms. However, you must supply your own laptop for your presentation. In addition, if you are a Mac user, you will need to bring a VGA Mac connector.

Huntsville International Airport

Transportation from the Airport

The Conference venue and Conference hotels are about a 15-20 minute taxi ride from the airport.

Conference Hotel Shuttles
If you are staying at one of the Conference hotels, there is shuttle service available to and from the airport. At the airport hotel/transportation information center, there will be a direct line available to contact either of the Conference hotels to arrange for shuttle service from the airport. (Both Conference hotels are within walking distance of the venue.)

Driving Directions

Please follow this link


Please follow this link

NASA George C. Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville

Since its beginning in 1960, Marshall has provided NASA with mission-critical design, development and integration of the launch and space systems required for space operations, exploration, and scientific missions. Marshall’s legacy in rocket science includes providing the rockets that powered Americans to the moon, developing the space shuttle propulsion system, and managing the development of Skylab, Spacelab, space station nodes, the Hubble Space Telescope, the Chandra X-ray Observatory, and many scientific instruments. For more information, please visit

U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville

The U.S. Space & Rocket Center is home to Space Camp, Aviation Challenge and X-Camp and is recognized as one of the most comprehensive U.S. manned space flight hardware museums in the world. The facilities include Spacedome Theater, Rocket Park, the Education Training Center (which houses NASA’s Educator Resource Center) and more. The Saturn V, restored to its Apollo era readiness, is stored in the Davidson Center for Space Exploration.

Visitors to the U.S. Space & Rocket Center will experience Huntsville’s role in the making of the moon rocket, the space race, the Apollo missions, learn about the Space Shuttle program, the International Space Station and onto the next beginnings with NASA’s Constellation project. Visitors may trace the evolution of humankind’s ventures into space and watch as tomorrow’s potential engineers, scientists and astronauts train in one of the Space Camp or Aviation Challenge Programs. For more information, please visit