Our team presented a paper on the research prototype of our Zero-Trust Platform for spacecraft, which secures mission-critical flight-control software in space, at the SpaceOps 2023 conference in Dubai. We also attended a spacecraft digitalization conference in Germany, connecting with industry leaders and staying up-to-date on the latest advancements.
Recently, we had the privilege of presenting a paper on the satellite research prototype of our Zero-Trust Platform (a collaboration with the European Space Agency, ESA) at the SpaceOps 2023 conference in Dubai. The paper showcases how the Zero-Trust Platform can isolate mission-critical flight-control software from third-party experiments on a satellite – without impacting the real-time requirements of the flight-control software. Our team was thrilled to have the opportunity to present our work at SpaceOps and make new contacts in the space domain. Our presentation was well received, and we received a lot of positive feedback on our approach to securing embedded systems in space.
In addition to our presentation at SpaceOps, we also attended the conference on the digitalization of spacecraft (“Digitalisierung der Raumfahrt”) hosted by the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Düsseldorf, Germany, on May 4th, 2023. The event was a fantastic opportunity to connect with industry leaders and learn more about the latest developments in the field.
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