Open Source for Space Mini-Workshop

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Invited Talks on the use of Open Source in Space

Thee Open Source for Space Mini-Workshop” at the 2019, IEEE International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology (SMC-IT) is a one-day seminar featuring talks and invited presentations on the use Open Source software in the space community.

The Mini-Workshop will be chaired by Dr. Gerardo Cruz-Ortiz who is the Associate Branch Head, Flight Software Systems Branch and Deputy Program Manager for NASA’s Core Flight System (cFS). The Mini-Workshop format will include submitted papers, invited papers, invited presentations, contributed presentations, technical demonstrations. If any presentations have a companion paper that the authors intend to publish with IEEE, they will follow the overall conference manuscript publication and peer review process.

Potential topics include:
-- Open-Source Licensing Process for NASA.
-- The NASA Core Flight System (cFS).
-- RTEMS
-- The NASA F-Prime Flight Software Framework.
-- The NASA Open MCT, the Open Mission Control Technologies, a Ground Data System Framework.
-- The NASA AMMOS Instrument Toolkit (AIT), an Open Source Ground Data System Framework.
-- Ball Aerospace COSMOS, an Open-Source Ground Data System Framework.


Information
Date: July 30th, 2021
Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM PDT
Location: Zoom

Contact: opensourceforspace AT protonmail DOT com