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Cloud-Based Telemetry Processing?

  • Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory 11100 Johns Hopkins Road Laurel, MD, 20723 United States (map)

Abstract: Historically, ground systems for space telemetry and commanding have been developed on a mission-by-mission basis. Ground telemetry system designs were rarely reused across projects because schedule-driven development cycles did not allow for the inclusion of additional features to accommodate future mission formats and/or large varieties of operational scenarios. Because of the custom nature of these ground systems, reuse often required extensive changes in software, hardware, and firmware to meet new mission needs. A new generation of processing modules and systems using a cloud-based architecture will afford up to an order of magnitude in cost reduction and improved reliability and flexibility over present generation systems.

Speaker: Dr. Chandru Mirchandani is an INCOSE Fellow; AIAA Associate Fellow and IEEE Senior and Life Member.

Menu: Sesame-ginger stir fried chicken; Jasmine rice and Stir fried Asian vegetables served with garden salad, dressing, rolls and butter, Dessert Cakes and a small Fruit Plate, coffee, iced tea

Dinner Cost:   Guests: $25;  INCOSE members: $20 if payment is received by March 15th, 2019,  $25 afterward.

The Registration Cost is for dinner only.  The Lecture is open to all at no cost and begins at 7 pm.


Door Prize: Cloud Application Architectures: Building Applications and Infrastructure in the Cloud By George Reese