Corporation technical staff.
The average years of industry experience
for the team is 30.
J. V. Anderson:
B.S. in Information Technology, University of Phoenix
27 years experience in management; interface control; modeling and
simulation; test planning, definition, and execution; and requirements
analysis for various acquisition programs of communications systems.
B.S. in Mathematics, George Washington University
Over 40 years of experience in program management and systems
engineering. Responsible for requirements definition, source selection, site
selection, system and software design, development, test, deployment,
operations and retirement for over a dozen major satellite ground systems
and public safety computer-assisted communications systems.
Twelve years industry experience in the development of embedded
computer systems for aerospace applications. Twenty years experience at
Aerospace, including the management of research programs in computer
systems development and assurance, advanced technology development,
satellite systems and remote sensing payload acquisition, ground systems
acquisition, and software assurance and applications development.
B.S. in Computer Science, Washington University, St. Louis
M.S. in Computer Science, University of California at Los Angeles
Ph.D. in Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence), UCLA
Nineteen years experience at the Aerospace Corporation in software acquisition, software and system architecture, and satellite ground systems. He was the architect and primary developer of STARS, the corporate system for monitoring launch vehicle telemetry. He has numerous technical publications, including several books, and had given keynote presentations at several major conferences. Prior to joining Aerospace he worked at McDonnell-Douglas, Texas Instruments and the Rand Corporation. Dr. Turner has also been a teaching assistant and lecturer at UCLA.
|Personnel responsible for the staffing, management, acquisition,
development, and/or maintenance of ground systems. Personnel
who deal with COTS in system development. Attendees would
benefit from having taken the “Ground Systems for Satellite
Operations Primer and Acquisition Considerations” tutorial presented
at GSAW 2006 and 2007, but it is not necessary.