[Ccsds-omg-liaison] View the Agenda: The CubeSat Revolution - March 18 in Reston, VA

Meg Duncan meg at omg.org
Tue Mar 5 14:54:42 UTC 2019

Learn more about how technology standards drive innovation and lower cost in the modern space enterprise.


View the Agenda  Space Specs: The CubeSat Revolution

Monday, March 18, 2019 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Hyatt Regency Town Center, Reston, VA, USA (Washington, DC area)
View agenda here https://go.omgprograms.org/e/658223/va-19-special-events-Space-htm/5y25/5307298?h=TY_r9uBFZj3OVXilkNauO3muTLwbicj7IPvLo5okgmY
Free registration here.  https://go.omgprograms.org/e/658223/va-19-special-events-Space-htm/5y25/5307298?h=TY_r9uBFZj3OVXilkNauO3muTLwbicj7IPvLo5okgmY

Object Management Group® (OMG®) is hosting a half-day event for software architects, system architects and systems engineers to learn more about the revolution in space and the role of standards in designing, developing and exploiting satellite systems for the space-based enterprise

The space industry, whether working with the government or on new commercial projects, needs technical standards to enable innovations while reducing associated costs, schedules and risks. An industry that once moved to the cadence of government projects – where innovation was measured in years – is now looking more like a start-up industry in need of the insights and experience of experts in government, industry and academia who help define standards.

OMG creates industry-driven specifications to reduce the software costs of developing, deploying, and maintaining space systems. Increasing interoperability not only reduces the costs through competitive industry offerings, but increases the resiliency of space systems that are relied on for critical health, safety, and defense applications. 

Speakers and Panelists

Dan Smith,Systems Architect, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Shayn Hawthorne, Senior Manager, Amazon Web Services 

Afsheen Khan, Systems Engineer, NOAA, GOES-R satellite series

Dave Overeem, Systems Engineer, Boeing

Justin Boss, Senior Manager, Kratos Defense, Federal Solutions Group

Andre Downer, Telemetry Systems Engineer, L3 Technologies

Rob Andzik, President, Amergint Technologies

Eric Ogren, Principal Software Architect,  Kratos RT Logic

Katherine D. Monson, KSAT USA, Kongsberg Satellite Services

Brad Kizzort, Chief Technologist, OS/COMET Product Group, Peraton, Inc.

Luis Rodriguez, Solutions Architect, Amergint Technologies

Learn more about the OMG Space Task Force  https://go.omgprograms.org/e/658223/space-/5y27/5307298?h=TY_r9uBFZj3OVXilkNauO3muTLwbicj7IPvLo5okgmY  work including the current work-in-progress on the CubeSat reference model 

https://go.omgprograms.org/e/658223/hot-topics-cube-sat-htm/5y29/5307298?h=TY_r9uBFZj3OVXilkNauO3muTLwbicj7IPvLo5okgmY  that you may wish to join.

To register, click here  https://go.omgprograms.org/e/658223/gs-va-2019-index4-cgi-noid-yes/5y2c/5307298?h=TY_r9uBFZj3OVXilkNauO3muTLwbicj7IPvLo5okgmY




About OMG: The Object Management Group® (OMG®)


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