Agriculture Industry Banquet 2018

Thursday, November 15, 2018 - 5 to 9 p.m.

Event Pricing:
Effective Cost
Initial $65.00

Location Information:
DoubleTree Resort by Hilton, Lancaster
2400 Willow Street Pike
Lancaster, PA 17602
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Contact Information:
Paige Schober
Email Contactpschober@lancasterchamber.com
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Phone: (717) 397-3531 x249
Fax: (717) 293-3159

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From sensing of land, sea and atmosphere to making global observations of agricultural productivity, NASA is using technology to provide direction for agriculture resource management. Join us to hear from this year's keynote speaker on what technology is being used and how the use of this "space" technology is being applied to agriculture -- both across the country and our very own Lancaster County agricultural community.

Meet Our Keynote

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Dr. Douglas Terrier serves as the NASA chief technologist. In this role, Terrier is the agency's principal advisor on technology to the NASA Administrator and is the agency advocate on technology policy and programs, helping plot the strategic direction of the agency's space technology portfolio and investments. He directs the work of the strategic integration and innovation teams, coordinating and tracking technology investments across the agency, working to infuse technologies into future NASA missions and facilitating agency technology governance.

Terrier also serves as NASA's senior executive to the Science and Technology Partnership Forum, a collaborative effort anchored by NASA, the U.S. Air Force and the National Reconnaissance Office. Terrier is responsible for coordination and integration of technology research and development planning, policies and programs with NASA directorates and offices, NASA centers and other government agencies, industry and academia. Terrier also regularly conducts advocacy activities with technology partners from industry, academia, the public and other NASA stakeholder.

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