2019 GSAW Summary

The 23rd annual Ground System Architectures Workshop (GSAW) provides a forum for the world's space-related ground system experts to collaborate with other ground system users, developers, and researchers through tutorials, presentations, working groups, panel discussions, and technical exhibits.

The capabilities of satellites, sensors, and computer systems have been growing at a phenomenal rate. With that growth comes a corresponding growth in data, complexity, and threats. This creates challenges in processing mission data and telemetry; predicting system behaviors; and operating securely all without overwhelming the operator or user. This year’s theme, “Creating Smarter Ground Systems,” spans the entire ground system life-cycle. The use of autonomy, intelligent/cognitive systems, and machine learning are some approaches to efficiently exploiting data, predicting and preventing anomalies, detecting intrusion, and optimizing performance. Innovative development processes, architectures, and acquisition strategies can lead to these smarter systems. Come share your ideas, emerging technologies, lessons learned, and roadmaps to achieving the goal of a smarter enterprise.

The general workshop will be held at the Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Hotel and will include international attendees. A classified session will be hosted on Thursday, February 28, 2019 at The Aerospace Corporation in El Segundo.  All classified session attendees will be required to have a TS/SCI clearance.  Note: Presenters are responsible for ensuring that all abstracts, proposals, and presentation submissions are cleared for public release by their respective organization. 

For further information email gsaw@aero.org. 

GSAW is sponsored by The Aerospace Corporation in cooperation with: 
• Air Force Space Command
• Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center
• European Space Agency 
• Institute for Software Research, University of California, Irvine
• NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
• NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
• National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
• Software Engineering Institute
• University of Southern California, Center for Systems and Software Engineering


Please be advised that by attending this 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. For additional registration details, please contact the workshop registrar at 310-336-1251.


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  • When

  • 02/25/19 - 02/28/19
    Pacific Time

  • Where

  • Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Hotel
    9620 Airport Boulevard
    Los Angeles, California 90045

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