The Space-Terrestrial Internetworking (STINT) Workshops addresses emerging technical topics related to data exchange between and amongst space-based and terrestrial network nodes.
The panel members will share their challenges, enablers, and lessons learned in planning and implementing MBSE within their organizations.
This course aims to provide a foundation for building trust in artificial intelligence systems. It will highlight three perspectives - data, artificial intelligence algorithms, and cybersecurity
The workshop will addresses this intersection of machine learning and space operations. As spacecraft health-data volumes continue to increase, machine learning can help to make informed choices.
Featured presentations and discussions for this workshop focus on the challenges, successes, and failures associated with integrating xR technologies in space mission IT systems across the space mission lifecycle.
The purpose of this Mini-Workshop is to solicit student concepts for advanced projects on deep-space cubesats for planetary exploration. Students are encouraged to submit concepts.
The following topics are dealt with: autonomic systems engineering; autonomous systems engineering; software engineering; self-managing infrastructure; self-directing infrastructure.
This is a one-day seminar featuring talks and invited presentations on the use Open Source software in the space community