The next OMG Technical Meeting is in Reston, VA, March 19-23, 2018. The Space DTF will meet in Reston, the agenda is in work, and will be emailed to the email@example.com mailing list. The SDTF will meet Wednesday morning+afternoon and Thursday morning of the meeting week. Make your plans soon, early bird registration ends February 9th.
Space professionals committed to greater interoperability, reduction in costs, schedule, and risk for space applications through increased space standardization.
The OMG SpaceDTF met in Burlingame December 6-7, 2017. Here are the meeting highlights:
XTCE 1.2 proceeds towards adoption/publication. All outstanding issue resolutions have been balloted, and the RTF is working on schema verification with existing tools and XTCE documents. There may be some additional clean-up typos and minor issue resolutions, but the RTF report is likely to be submitted for the Reston meeting in March 2018.
Goddard Mission Services Evolution Center (GMSEC) has drafted a model-based satellite command & control message specification (C2MS) that will be submitted to OMG as an RFC in Reston. This model specification is intended to support new platform-specific implementations of the messages and exchange patterns, including the US Air Force Enterprise Ground Services (EGS) initiative.
CubeSat Reference Model
MITRE has determined that the best path for publishing the CubeSat Reference Model (CRM) is the normal RFP route and has drafted an RFP that was reviewed at the meeting in Burlingame. The RFP will be presented for publication at the Reston Meeting. The model being developed by INCOSE is expected as one submittal to that RFP. The desired CubeSat Reference Model is a SysML-based model to give university, non-profit, and commercial organizations a jump-start in engineering a new satellite mission system with a standard SysML framework for capturing the stakeholder needs, mission requirements, requirements traceability, and engineering studies.