What matters and what doesn’t in adopting design, interface, interoperability, and system standards?

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2005
Tuesday, August 9th
8:45 AM

A Plug-And-Play System for Spacecraft Components Based on the USB Standard

Jim Lyke, Air Force Research Laboratory
Scott Cannon, Utah State University
Don Fronterhouse, Scientific Simulations Inc.
Denise Lanza, Science Applications International Corp.
Tony Byers, Science Applications International Corp.

8:45 AM

9:00 AM

Pros and Cons of Standard Interfaces

Victor Matricardi, The Aerospace Corporation
Lt. Col. Randy Ripley, Space & Missile Systems Center

9:00 AM

9:15 AM

Internet Protocol (IP) as a Standard for Command and Control of Satellites

Jeff Janicik, Innoflight, Inc.
Jay Heberle, Universal Space Network

9:15 AM

9:30 AM

The Standardization Process: What Works; What Doesn’t

Doug Caldwell, Ecliptic Enterprises Corporation

9:30 AM

9:45 AM

Development and Experimentation with a Small Satellite Bus Standard: Another Step toward an Operationally Responsive Space System

Andrew Lewin, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Patrick Stadter, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Cheryl Reed, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Eric Finnegan, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Mike Hurley, Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)
Chris Garner, Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)
Tom Kawecki, Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)
Paul Jaffe, Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)
Charlie Merk, Naval Research Laboratory (NRL)
Col. Jay Raymond, Commander 30th Space Wing Operations Group
CDR Greg Glaros, OSD Office of Force Transformation

9:45 AM

10:00 AM

The Intelligent Application of Quality Management to Smallsat Programs

Brian Cox, MDA
Metin Aktik, MDA

10:00 AM

10:15 AM

Finding the Balance in Standard Bus Design

Stacy Garfield, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
Stanley Kennedy, Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
Quinn Young, Space Dynamics Laboratory

10:15 AM