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-The OMG SpaceDTF met in Reston, VA on March 18-19, 2019.  Here are the meeting highlights:+The OMG SpaceDTF met in Nashville ​on September 24-25, 2019.  Here are the meeting highlights:
  
-**Space Spec Users' Conference**+**CubeSat System Reference Model submissions**
  
-The Space Specs special event on March 18th, was very successful, with 50+ attendees, many of them attending an OMG Conference ​for the first time.  ​Speakers and panelists from Amazon, Amergint Technologies,​ Boeing, Kratos RT Logic, L3 Technologies,​ NASA, NOAA, and Peraton provided some interesting insight into the changes happening ​in the space industry.+Two proposals ​for the CubeSat System Reference Model RFP were presented and reviewed.  ​The two submitters agreed ​in principle at the meeting to work together on a combined submission that is friendly to multiple SysML tools. ​ That final submission is expected at the Long Beach OMG meeting in December.
  
 ** Future RFPs ** ** Future RFPs **
  
-The industry responses to the Command and Control User Interface RFI were discussed as guidance ​for defining ​the requirements ​for a Telemetry ​Display ​Page Exchange RFP or possible RFC of existing technology.  ​Requirements in a draft RFP for a GEMS 2.0 specification were discussed and a new draft will be considered ​at the next meeting.+There was a discussion of requirements ​for the draft RFP for the Common User Display ​Language to define displays that are portable across multiple vendors'​ satellite control systems.  ​A finalized ​RFP has not been produced, yet, but the work is important to NASA as it seeks to monitor systems from multiple vendors in its Artemis program ​for a manned visit to the moon in 2024, with continuing presence ​at a lunar gateway facility and on the surface of the moon.  Dan Smith from NASA Goddard presented slides of the Artemis program goals.
  
 ** Satellite Operations Ontology/​Glossary ** ** Satellite Operations Ontology/​Glossary **
  
-The content and scope of a Satellite Operations Glossary was discussed. ​ We are limiting the scope to set of standardizeddefined terms for use within Space DTF specifications. ​ This was initiated by the US Air Force Enterprise Ground Services (EGS) initiative. ​ Staff from EGS requested definitions of common terminology ​to aid in satellite operator training, due to the differing, overlapping terminology used by different space system vendors. ​ These differing terms and differing definitions of the same term made the merging of the XTCE specification proposals into the published XTCE specification more difficult.  The current intent is to publish ​the glossary ​as a white paper for member guidance in new specifications.+The content and scope of a Satellite Operations Glossary was discussed. ​There is interest in space ontologies from number ​of organizationsand the SDTF would like to host and coordinate those activities.  The SDTF intends ​to publish ​a Satellite Operations Glossary ​as a white paper for member guidance in new specifications.
  
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