National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Glenn Research Center

2005 ACAST Workshop

2005 ACAST Workshop Agenda
Time Description Presenter

Monday, August 15, 2005

01:00 – 5:00 pm Mobile Communications Network Architecture (MCNA) Final Briefing Boeing, Avaliant, Honeywell & ITT

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

07:30–08:30 am Registration/Continental Breakfast
08:30–08:45 am Welcome/Glenn Research Center Overview Arun Sehra, Director of Programs and Projects, NASA Glenn Research Center
08:45–09:00 am Opening Remarks Robert Kerczewski, NASA Glenn Reserch Center
09:00–09:30 am Airspace Systems Program Overview Frank Aguilera, NASA Ames Research Center
09:30–10:00 am SBT Project Overview Robert Kerczewski, NASA Glenn Research Center
10:00–10:15 am JPDO IPT Support Colonel David Rhodes, OASD (HD), OSD Policy
10:15–10:30 am Break
10:30–10:45 am Future Communications Study Overview James Budinger, NASA Glenn Research Center
10:45–11:15 am FCS Technology Assessment Status Glen Dyer, ITT Industries
11:15–11:30 am Chief Architect Cal Ramos, NASA Glenn Research Center
11:30–11:45 am National CNS Center Robert Michaels, Ohio Aerospace Institute
11:45–12:00 am Industry Support Chris Wargo, Computer Networks & Software, Inc.
12:00–01:00 pm Lunch
01:00–01:15 pm Integrated CNS Infrastructure Subproject Overview Steve Mainger, NASA Glenn Research Center
01:15–01:45 pm Mobile Communications Network Architecture Task within GCNSS 2 Karl Griep, Avaliant LLC/Boeing Company
01:45–02:00 pm Spectrum – WRC 07 Support Larry Foore, NASA Glenn Research Center
02:00–02:15 pm Communications Link Modeling and Simulation Steve Bretmersky, Cleveland State University
02:15–02:45 pm Enhanced ADS-B Datalink Technology Ken Samuelson, Sensis Corporation
02:45–03:00 pm Break
03:00–03:15 pm Surface & Terminal Area Subproject Overview Rafael Apaza, Federal Aviation Administration
03:15–03:45 pm MLS Band Sounding Measurements Indranil Sen, Ohio University
03:45–04:00 pm Laboratory Development Plan Rafael Apaza, Federal Aviation Administration
04:00–04:20 pm Terminal Communications Requirements Study Chris Wargo, Computer Networks & Software, Inc.
04:20–04:35 pm Satellite-Based CNS Subproject Overview Israel Greenfeld, NASA Glenn Research Center
04:35–05:00 pm Benefits Assessment of Reduced Separations in North Atlantic Organized Track System Almira Williams, CSSI
07:00–10:00 pm Cleveland Indians vs. Texas Rangers

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

07:30–08:30 am Registration/Continental Breakfast
08:30–08:45 am Opening Remarks Robert Kerczewski, NASA Glenn Research Center
08:45–09:00 am CNS Technologies Subproject Overview Monty Andro, NASA Glenn Research Center
09:00–09:30 am MMDA Certification and Business Case Analysis Mike Harrison, Aviation Management Associates, Inc.
09:30–09:45 am Fiber Optic Research Hung Nguyen, NASA Glenn Research Center
09:45–10:00 am SDR Forum Special Interest Group Charles Sheehe, NASA Glenn Research Center
10:00–10:15 am Break
10:15–10:30 am Chief Engineer David Buchanan, NASA Glenn Research Center
10:30–10:45 am ACAST Test & Demo Requirements Study Chris Wargo, Computer Networks & Software, Inc.
10:45–11:15 am Network Research–Mobile IP / IPv6 Will Ivancic, NASA Glenn Research Center
11:15–11:30 am Advanced Radio Guidance System Edward Heinzerling, ARGUS Avionics
11:30–11:45 am Advanced Wireless Communications Research Steven DeHart, Sensis Corporation
11:45–12:00 pm Workshop Overview Robert Kerczewski, NASA Glenn Research Center
12:00–01:00 pm Lunch

Workshop Breakout Sessions

01:00–05:00 pm Future Communications for MCNA and SWIM Glen Dyer, ITT Industries and Chip Meserole , The Boeing Company
01:00–05:00 pm National Center for CNS Research (not available) Cal Ramos, NASA Glenn Research Center and Robert Michaels, Ohio Aerospace Institute
01:00–05:00 pm Airport Surface Candidate Communications Technologies Evaluation (not available) Rafael Apaza, Federal Aviation Administration and Chris Wargo, Computer Networks & Software, Inc.
01:00–05:00 pm Network Mobility Alternatives

Will Ivancic, NASA Glenn Research Center and Wesley Eddy, Verizon Federal Systems