Constellations Podcast

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Stanley Kennedy, Jr.

Open Systems Architecture, Henry Ford, and Standards Enabling Growth in New Space

Stanley Kennedy, Jr, President and Co-Founder, Oakman Aerospace

Smallsats have evolved from a novelty to the norm in the satellite industry. Key to this transition has been a change in mentality and practice from custom space craft design to a Henry Ford mentality of standards to meet a much larger volume of rocket builds. Find out how open systems architectures, plug and play capabilities and interoperability standards are enabling growth from a spacecraft perspective. In this episode hear about the cutting-edge techniques and approaches to space systems architectures and spacecraft/satellite design and development. Also, hear Stan’s lessons learned for new companies entering the new space industry and find out what he thinks the future holds for smallsats.

Ep #31 – Duration: 26 min

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