The Keystone Tri-State Region

The tri-state region is stronger when we come together due to our shared histories in manufacturing, aerospace, and robust academic research and development on space-related initiatives. This is supported by:

Two nationally designated aerospace schools— Ohio State University and Penn State University— and three core federal anchors including NASA Glenn Research Center, Katherine Johnson IV&V Facility, and Air Force Research Laboratory.

Political collaboration and dedication to diversifying new industries – especially in the energy sector.

700+ participants across the region including industry participants, academic institutions, investors and government entities.

Ecosystem Map

One of our goals is to connect you to other companies, institutions and resources, ultimately, advancing the commercial space industry in our region. That’s why we created this one-of-a-kind Ecosystem map that shows where the key space industry participants are in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, along with key details to help you learn more about their role in the space economy and determine whether they are good partners for you or your company.

Explore our interactive Space Industry Ecosystem map below!