"Navigating the New Normal in Aerospace Testing"
The Aerospace Testing Seminar (ATS) provides a forum to communicate and exchange knowledge about the improvement and implementation of aerospace testing technology that will benefit current and future space programs. As aerospace professionals, we are continually challenged to deliver the best system possible within tight cost and schedule constraints of today's programs. Whatever your mission entails, be it developing an effective test program, weighing the best environmental test strategy, trying the newest approaches to modeling or innovative testing of a ground system, delivering a successful mission within program constraints is essential. Please be advised that by attending this technical workshop you grant The Aerospace Corporation the right to capture your likeness via photograph or video recording, and to use the likeness in any media, including television, film, internet, public display, marketing, social media or general-interest multimedia.
You are invited to meet with leaders in aerospace testing at the 28th Aerospace Testing Seminar to share ideas and learn how, in this tough economic environment, to provide the most effective testing to make your mission a success. Session topics include: - Testing Challenges for Space Exploration - Test and People Management - Test Effectiveness and Standards - Ground Segment Test - Strategies and Methodologies - Innovations in Test Facilities and Equipment - Instrumentation, Data Acquisition, and Evaluation - Modeling, Analysis, and Simulation. The ATS preseminar tutorial program will feature classroom-style presentations of interest to professionals at all levels of experience.
Subjects relating to technical and programmatic aspects of testing and evaluation are invited for pre-seminar presentation on March 24, 2014.
John Welch, John.W.Welch@aero.org
Sponsored by The Aerospace Corporation, in cooperation with the Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology.