The "Open Source for Space" Mini-Workshop is a one-day virtual seminar within the 2021, IEEE International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology (SMC-IT), featuring talks and invited presentations on the use of Open Source software and even hardware in the space industry. It will occur on Friday, July 30, 2021 starting at 10:00 AM, PDT.
Open Source technologies playing an ever increasing role in space systems. Software such as the RTEMS Operating System, the NASA Core Flight System (cFS), F-Prime (which controls the Mars Helicopter), AIT-AMMOS, Open-MCT, and the Ball Aerospace Cosmos Ground Data System comprise some of the Open Source Software in wide use today.
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 invited presentations, contributed presentations, and technical demonstrations. If you are interested in attending this one-day seminar please REGISTER here.
|10:00 AM||Introduction||Dr. Gerardo Cruz-Ortiz, NASA GSFC|
|10:15 AM||FRET - The Formal Requirements Elicitation Tool||Dr. Anastasia Mavridou, NASA ARC|
|10:35 AM||Introduction to cFE/cFS||Dr. Gerardo Cruz-Ortiz, NASA GSFC|
|10:55 AM||5 MINUTE BREAK|
|11:00 AM||RENODE and Open Source Platform Simulation||Michael Gielda, Antmicro|
|11:20 AM||Introduction to F-Prime||Jeff Levison, NASA JPL|
|11:40 AM||RTEMS - A Real Time Operating System for Space||Dr. Joel Sherrill, OAR Corporation|
|12:00 PM||LUNCH BREAK||Slack Channel|
|1:00 PM||Space ROS - Robot Operating System for Space||Amalaye Oyake, Blue Origin|
|1:20 PM||Nyx, An Open Source Space Astrodynamics Toolkit||Chris Rabotin, Masten Space Systems|
|1:40 PM||42, General-Purpose Simulation of Spacecraft Attitude and Orbit dynamics||Eric Stoneking, NASA GSFC|
|2:05 PM||OpenMCT||Jay Trimble, NASA ARC|
|2:25 PM||Group Discussion||Michael Aguilar, NASA LaRC, Retired|