Corporate Connection- Rudy Garcia/ Sandia National Laboratories: "Introducing "Net-Centricity" to Traditional Stove Pipe Satellite Ground Systems," ACES 2.402, Wednesday, October 14, 2009, 4:00 p.m.
Type of Talk: Corporate Connection
Speaker/ Affiliation: R
udy Garcia/ Sandia National Laboratories
Date/Time: Wednesday, Octobe
r 14, 2009/ 4:00 p.m.
Location: ACES 2.402
Host: Steven Gianoula
Talk Title: Introducing "Net-Centricity" to Traditional Stove Pipe
Satellite Ground Systems
This presentation will high
light activities at Sandia National Laboratories to introduce "Net-Centric"
approaches to traditionally stove piped satellite mission data processing
ground systems. Sandia has developed a service layer architecture that can
reside between ground systems with significantly different software archite
ctures and provide a means for the systems to tightly interact. The service
layer can also provide a portal into the ground systems to enable centrali
zed command and control and additional external mission data processing wit
h minimal impact to the independence of each ground system. In other words
, the service layer acts as both a buffer and a technology adapter for disp
arate ground systems. This talk will focus on the software architecture,
the enterprise design patterns, and technologies used to develop and deplo
y the service layer.
Rudy J. Garcia has been a software
engineer for 20 years. He is a Principal Member of the
and has been at Sandia for 11 years. He received his Bachelors Degree in
Computer Engineering from the University of New Mexico and his Masters D
egree in Computer
Engineering from Boston University.
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