Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cloud Architecture and On-Board Processing

Advanced network management requirements and the abundance of raw data generated by Earth Observation and Remote Sensing platforms have led integrators and data providers into seeking forward looking technologies. A shift from big data collection to real-time data consumption is being witnessed and 2019 will mark the tipping point as intelligent applications — not people — become the primary consumers of data. In instances where techniques may be aggregated, for example, in on-board AI, what limitations apply? How should satellite manufactures determine appropriate on-board processing power to adequately provide this support for clients? How do new developments in terrestrial cloud architecture affect the EO market?

Date: October 8, 2019 Time: 10:45 am - 11:45 am Dr. Eric Anderson

And One Technologies
Marshall Culpepper
CEO & Co-Founder

Stuart Daughtridge
Vice President of Advanced Technology

Ryan Lewis
VP and Deputy Director

In-Q-Tel CosmiQ Works
Steven Soenens
Vice President, Product Marketing

Skyline Communications
Mikhail B. Tadjikov
Director of Embedded and Specialized Computing

The Aerospace Corporation