Volusia County Set to Blast Off in New Space Race
The sonic boom from the landing of a space shuttle at Kennedy Space Center is a thing of the past, but the growing commercial space boom at the Cape is reverberating throughout Volusia County.
Positioning Volusia for The Final Frontier
The United States serves as a global leader of the aerospace industry, and Space Florida, led by President and CEO Frank DiBello, is working to position the Sunshine State as the calling card for the effort.
Aerospace Physiology Program Helps Prepare for Sustainable Life and Communities
Taking the next step toward space exploration and colonizing other planets includes the ability to sustain life.
The Role of Research and Technology in Volusia’s Aerospace Economy
The nation’s most active spaceport at Cape Canaveral is just one county south, launching lucrative opportunities for Volusia industries to expand into the aerospace market – and become a part of the global space economy, now exceeding $423 billion.
Team Volusia Investor Spotlights
The Team Volusia Economic Development Corporation (TVEDC), through tremendous commitment and partnerships, works on strategic economic development activities and business recruitment initiatives to Volusia County, Florida.
New Space Race An Old Frontier for Daytona Beach
For most transplants to the Sunshine State in the early 1960s, the sight of palm trees swaying in the breeze and white sandy beaches is enough to lure them south.
Opportunities Skyrocket for Manufacturers Along the Space Coast
The age of rockets was exciting and new six decades ago when the stretch of sand and surf from Volusia County southward to Cape Canaveral began opening up to NASA and other manufacturers active in the space race.
Why Volusia County? A Q&A with Senator Tom A. Wright
What are your first memories of space travel and launches? I am old enough to be have been alive when John Glenn was the first man sent into orbit.
4 Trends Impacting Future Commercial Space Activity at the Cape
The Growing Use of Smallsats – Small satellites, or smallsats, offer the promise of advance capabilities at a lower cost and at a lower overall mass (reducing per-satellite launch costs).