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Objective: LIGHT-TPS will develop a new super-light Thermal Protection System (TPS) for various space applications, above all for Reusable Space Systems (RSS), capable of operating within the entire range of working temperatures.
Other topics include scalable self-configurable architecture for reusable space systems, distributed adaptability and mobility in space-based wireless pico-satellite sensor networks, and fragile IP watermarking techniques.
He started his career with Boeing in 1980 and has served as the vice president of Boeing Reusable Space Systems, Guidance, Navigation and Sensors Division; and Tactical Systems Division.
The award is presented annually by Boeing Reusable Space Systems (RSS) to recognize subcontractors and suppliers for consistent outstanding performance in providing the products and services necessary to produce and support NASA's Space Shuttle orbiter fleet.
Roberts also thanked Al Hoffner, director of assembly integration and test from Boeing Reusable Space Systems, for providing the model of the space shuttle.
The MEDS was designed and built by Honeywell Space Systems of Phoenix, Arizona, under subcontract with Boeing Reusable Space Systems, USA's subcontractor for Space Shuttle Orbiter production, modifications, system and payload integration, and operations.
As a PMC the facility will have management responsibilities for all Expendable Launch Systems and Reusable Space Systems programs, along with the associated supplier management, program marketing and research and development activities.
The entries will range from the Early Day Gas Engine and Tractor Association to Boeing Reusable Space Systems.