FBW10 | CANEUS Fly-by-Wireless Workshop 2009
August 24-27, 2010 | Orono, Maine, USA

End Users Needs Assessment

Day 1 will cover the needs of the aircraft, spacecraft and defence communities, as well as highlight IRB-Offset policies. Current projects in these fields as well as projects from previous FBW workshops will be presented and updates will be given. Participants will leave day 1 with an understanding of end-users needs and the knowledge of projects to-date, which will flow into day 2 presentations by technology providers.

Dress code: Business Formal

Session 1: Welcome and Workshop Overview

Tuesday, August 24, 2010. 08:30-09:30.

This session outlines the mission, vision, and goals of the CANEUS Fly-by-Wireless Consortium as well as delineates presentations from visionaries from Canada, USA, Europe, and elsewhere. The first half-day of the Workshops will provide participants with the raison d’être of FBW consortia and the CANEUS approach to implementing its goals. This plenary session will also address the key challenges faced in working on collaborative high-risk, high-cost projects.

Speakers:

  • Ali Abedi, University of Maine
  • Charles Rubenstein, IEEE
  • Dana Humphrey, Dean of Engineering, University of Maine
  • Milind Pimprikar, CANEUS

Keynote Address: Vision, Challenges and Opportunities

Tuesday, August 24, 2010. 09:30-10:00.

George Studor, NASA JSC

Session 2: Space and Defense Needs and Lessons Learned

Tuesday, August 24, 2010. 10:30-12:00.

This session will outline key requirements that have to be met to ensure the requisite reliability and robustness for individual technologies. Speakers will discuss technological capabilities required for enabling the next generation of spacecraft for earth orbiting and planetary missions. Also, speakers are encouraged to make links between the challenges faced by future missions and how the recent developments in wireless instrumentation, architectures, networks, and passive sensor tags can meet them.

Chair:

Carles Ferrer

Speakers:

  • Oroitz Elgezabal, German Space Agency
  • Paul Sniffen, Aerospace Test Technologies
  • Cy Wilson, NASA LaRC

Keynote Address: CANEUS Innovation Model for FBW Consortia Projects

Tuesday, August 24, 2010. 13:00-13:30.

Susan Bales, Bales Consulting Group LLC

Session 3: Aircraft Needs and Lessons Learned

Tuesday, August 24, 2010. 13:30-15:00.

This session will outline key requirements that have to be met to ensure the requisite reliability and robustness for individual technologies. Speakers will discuss technological capabilities required for future civilian and military aircrafts. Also, speakers are encouraged to make links between the challenges faced by future aircraft development and SHM, and how wireless instrumentation, architecture, networks, and passive sensor tags can meet future needs.

Chair:

Mauricio Pereira da Cunha

Speakers:

  • Jerome Pinsonnault, Bombardier
  • Robab Safa-Bakskh, Boeing
  • David Silverio, Securaplane

Session 4: FBW Project Reports and Updates

Tuesday, August 24, 2010. 15:30-16:30.

Chair:

Jacqueline Hines

Topics covering:

  • Wi-Testbed: Anader Benyamin-Seeyar
  • Wi-Engine: Rick Earles
  • Wi-Sense: David Russel
  • Wi-SHM: Cy Wilson

Lab Tour: Tour of WiSe-Net Laboratory and the Laboratory for Surface Science & Technology (LASST)

Tuesday, August 24, 2010. 16:30-17:30.

http://www.eece.maine.edu/~abedi/index.html

Banquet Dinner

Tuesday, August 24, 2010. 19:00-21:00.

Banquet dinner sponsored by WISe-Net Lab. Dress code is formal. For more information on the food and venue, please see: http://www.sundayrivergolf.com/penobscotvalleycountryclub_index.php

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