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Start Date:2/4/2021

Start Time:2:00 PM EST

Duration:60 minutes

Abstract:

The arrival of Sensor Open Systems Architecture (SOSA)Technical Standard 1.0 means a realization of the efforts of not only the Tri-Services (Air Force, Army, Navy), but also industry and academia in bringing open architecture concepts to electronic warfare, radar, SIGINT, and other mission-critical military applications. The release of 1.0 (date TBD) follows upon the release of SOSA Technical Standard Snapshot 3, which continued to define the SOSA functions and behaviors of the modules and associated interfaces.

This webcast featuring industry experts will discuss how Version 1.0 affects requirements and technology development for warfighters’ radar and electronic warfare systems from an embedded hardware and software perspective.

Speakers

Rodger Hosking

V.P. and Co-Founder

Pentek, Inc., now part of Mercury

Rodger Hosking is vice-president and co-founder of Pentek, now part of Mercury. He is responsible for new product definition, technology development and strategic alliances. With over 35 years in the electronics industry, he has authored hundreds of articles and has delivered thousands of technical presentations focused on radar, communications, software radio and digital signal processing.

Mark Littlefield

Sr. Manager Embedded Computing Products and System Solutions

Elma Electronic

Mark Littlefield is Sr. Manager of Embedded Computing Products and System Solutions for Elma Electronic. He brings more than 25 years of experience in embedded computing, during which he's held a range of technical and professional roles supporting defense, medical, and commercial applications. Littlefield holds bachelor's and master’s degrees in control systems engineering from the University of West Florida, where he wrote his thesis on a neural net approach to image processing.

Jay Grandin

VP Product Development

Annapolis Micro Systems

Jay Grandin is VP of Product Development at Annapolis Micro Systems. He has worked at Annapolis for over 20 years, steadily taking on more engineering responsibility throughout his tenure. Jay is deeply experienced in modular open systems architectures, with regular contributions to SOSA™ and VITA standards development. He holds a BSEE from Brown University.

Ken Grob

Director of Embedded Computing Architectures

Elma Electronic

Ken Grob is Director of Embedded Computing Architectures for Elma Electronic and is responsible for driving the company’s integrated solutions. He is a regular contributor to both SOSA and VITA standards development. He holds a BSEE from Drexel University and has been in the embedded computing open architectures industry since 1985.

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