Working Group D
Cloud Computing and Big Data Technologies for Ground Systems
|Wednesday- February 28, 2024
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM PT
|This is the fourteenth year of this working group. The main objective of the working group is to continue discussion on the adoption of cloud computing and Big Data in satellite ground systems. The Cloud Reference Model and Roadmap produced by Aerospace will be used to frame the discussion. The working group will focus on:
This working group will consist of two parts. Part 1 will include presentations, case studies, and demonstrations related to cloud computing and Big Data for ground systems. Part 2 will be a town hall meeting on cloud computing and Big Data for ground systems. This will include a moderated discussion on the focus issues mentioned above, with expert opinions from panelists.
Presenters, panelists, and participants will include ground systems providers, integrators, and operators, cloud solutions providers, and others interested in ground systems and cloud computing.
|Ramesh Rangachar, The Aerospace Corporation
|Ramesh Rangachar is a Senior Project Engineer in the Environmental Remote Sensing Directorate, Civil Space Programs Operations Division of the Aerospace Corporation. He is supporting NOAA/NESDIS, providing technical support as a Ground Systems Architect at the Office of Systems Architecture and Engineering (SAE). Prior to joining The Aerospace Corporation, Ramesh worked as Director of Technology at Creative Information Technology, Inc. (CITI) where he led efforts to keep CITI at the cutting edge of innovative solutions that include Open Source Platforms, Cloud Computing, Big Data, and Identity Management. Ramesh has worked as Senior Manager at Intelsat, where he managed system development, integration, and operational support of satellite ground systems. Ramesh has also worked as Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland, University College and as a Guest Researcher at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). He has a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Maryland.