PAPERS FROM TECH TRACK 2019

Papers from the Tech Track 2019 program can be viewed below. Information for the upcoming Tech Track program can be found on the Tech Track page, while information about the Tech Track Call for Papers can be found here.

Model-Based Systems Engineering for Space Architecture Trade Studies
Clarke, Jared

Evaluating Commercial Contributions to Space Domain Mission Assurance
Dogget, James

A UAV User’s Guide to Beyond Line of Sight Connectivity
Gizinski, Stephen

Space Traffic Management Standards, Best Practices, & Guidelines_ Gaps, Priorities, and Mechanisms
Gleason, Michael

Rendezvous Mission Risk Reduction Through Passively Safe Orbital Rendezvous
Goggin, McClain

An Innovative, Near-real-time Approach to Space Situational Awareness (SSA) Data Simulation
Hagerty, Susan

Blockchain Technology – Understanding its Place in Space
Jones, Karen

A Future of Ubiquitous, Real-Time Intelligence
Koller, Josef

A Machine Learning Framework for Space Missions
Li, Zhenping

NASA’s Dragonfly Program Commercialized Robotics - Enabling a New Generation of Evolvable, Resilient Assets in Orbit
Lymer, John

Space Symposium for Enterprise Situational Awareness Reporting for Enhancing Space Operations
Miller, Craig

Recent lessons learned from program execution to enable Risk Mitigation for future acquisition strategies
Minson, Eli

Development of Highly Competitive Liquid Rocket Engines in Time of Space Gold Rush
Moroz, Leonid

InnovationsFromSpaceToEarth--Growing Veggie
Rosenthal, Ed

Satellite Based ADS-B for Commercial Space Flight Operations
Schmitt, Dirk-Roger

OAWL A High-heritage US Doppler Wind Lidar for Next-Generation Space-based Wind and Aerosol Observations
Tucker, Sara

Space Symposium for Space Policy_paper
VanderMuelen, Richard

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN THE GLOBAL COMMONS OF SPACE
Stuart, Jack F. & Martensen, Mike

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: PARETO’S ENABLER OF SPACE
Martensen, Mike & Stuart, Jack F.

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