July 30 at Denver Wings Over the Rockies, the Colorado Air & Space Port kicked off its summer showcase. Frank Trevino shared the stage with a panel discussion on the value and impact of the CASP with Jay Lindell, Major General Ret., of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade; Shuji Ogawa of Japan-based PD AeroSpace; Adrian Tansing of Reaction Engines from the United Kingdom; Brian Gulliver from Kimley-Horn; and Chrystal Morgan from United Launch Alliance. The panel was moderated by Vicky Lea of the Colorado Space Coalition.
The biggest cost is going into space. If we can reduce that cost, then the more opportunities we have to go into space as an industry. This will drive growth and expand our space economy and in the end, all of us in the space industry wins.
Frank is a 20-year digital strategy veteran and expat with 10+ years technology leadership experience in Asia, Africa, and Europe. Frank’s digital transformation philosophy is to connect People, Products, Process, and Technology to transform data into digital assets. As a proponent of the 4th Industrial Revolution, some current transformation projects include cloud, IoT, artificial intelligence and blockchain technologies. Frank’s accomplishments are recognized and featured in Inc. Magazine, CNET, CBS, Geek News, Towards Data Science, Space News, SBS & MBC News Korea, Korea Times and is a winner of numerous Communicator Awards, a Silver Anvil Award, & two-time SBA Award. Frank holds an MBA from the University of Houston and a BS from the University of Texas at Austin.