The abstract deadline has been extended until Monday, Nov 10th 2014 for the 2014 Workshop on Spacecraft Flight Software (FSW-14) which will take place from December 16-18, 2014 at the Beckman Institute Auditorium, at the California Institute of Technology.
To register as an attendee or as a presenter, please fill out the registration form.
With the advent of faster processors and advanced hardware architectures, the modern spacecraft is highly reliant upon flight software for mission success. Software is integral to most of the spacecraft subsystems ranging from power to propulsion to instrument operations. Additionally, spacecraft developers are moving beyond providing only infrastructure to creating applications that can revolutionize how these vehicles are operated and how data is processed on-board.
This workshop provides an opportunity to present current flight architectures, novel approaches to mission solutions, and techniques for flight software development, integration, test and verification in an informal and open setting that facilitates communication across organizations and agencies. The following is a list of relevant subject areas:
The Aerospace Corporation, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and Southwest Research Institute are the Founding Sponsors of the Flight Software Workshop. Additional sponsorship opportunities exist for 2014 workshop. Please send inquiries to the organizing committee.
Unfortunately, there are no hotel packages available. The following hotels are located with a one mile radius of the event.
The 2014 Flight Software Workshop is sponsored by following organizations: