ACCEDE 2019 | Workshop on COTS | PROGRAMME
Conferences video archive
08:00- 09:00 Registration
09:00 – 09:30 Welcome - workshop opening
Session 1.1: Needs and requirements of End Users – ESA K. Lam/ ALTER D. Nuñez
09:30: Alessandro Le Pera – EUTELSAT – Eutelsat perspective on High End Digital Processing enabled by using COTS
09:45: Salvatore Danzeca & Ruben Garcia Alia – CERN – The COTS Use in Harsh Radiation Environment of the CERN Accelerators Complex
10:00: Patrick Langlois – EDA – COTS in Defence
10:15: Kristiina Jokela – INMARSAT – Needs and requirements of COTS at Inmarsat
10:30: Fabio VITOBELLO – EU – COTS : a way to support EU Space Policy
Session 1.2: Strategies towards the use of COTS – ESA A. Pesce / ALTER E. Díaz
11:15: Shri Agarwal – NASA – Reviving U.S. military standards to infuse new technology and to meet the needs for new missions
11:30: Arnaud Dufour – CNES – Feedback about the Nanosat ANGELS
11:45: Burak Gökgöz – DLR – Introduction of DLR EEE-Working Group “The usage of automotive components in space applications”
12:00: Silvia Natalucci – ASI – COTS EEE parts: a new frontier for the coming Italian Space Agency policy
12:15: Ignacio Arruego Rodríguez – INTA – Use of COTS in Small Satellites and Planetary Exploration at INTA: a 20-years history, future plans and coordination opportunities
12:30: Mikko Nikulainen – ESA – Status of ESA COTS Initiative
12:45: Dr. Allyson Yarbrough – AEROSPACE Corporation – PMPedia (Parts, Materials and Processes Encyclopedia): A Crowd-Sourced Space Radiation Electronics Knowledge Repository
13:00: Akifumi Maru – JAXA – Requirements for COTS components usage on JAXA – Current situations and issues
Session 1.3: Part 1: Space Mission Providers & Integrators or Equipment Suppliers – ESA Lead: Ph. Armbruster / ALTER F. Tilhac
15:00: Johan De Hert & Steven Decuyper – QinetiQ – Experience with COTS components on ADPMS unit (PROBA Satellites)
15:15: Roberto Cibils – INVAP – COTS Lifetime extension for the New Space market
15:30: Liu Hongmin – NSSC – Some Quality Consideration of Commercial Laser Diodes for Space Application
15:45: Sofia Ruiz Martin – SENER – Use of COTS in Space missions at SENER Aeroespacial: lessons learned, main challenges and future opportunities
16:00: Ferdinando Tonicello – ESA – Guidelines for using COTS Components
Session 1.3: Part 2: Space Mission Providers & Integrators or Equipment Suppliers – F. Tonicello / ALTER F. Tilhac
17:00: José Carlos Muñoz – ALTER – Innovative approach to collaborative testing on COTS for New Space: The Crowdtesting platform
17:15: Luis de Pablo Martinez – TAS SP/Fr/Be – TAS Experience with AEC Devices in Launcher applications
17:30: Maria Teresa Valette – TAS – TAS approach with COTS solutions for New Space
17:45: Simon Albert – AIRBUS – ADS experience vs the selection, procurement and use of automotive parts in space programs
18:00: Frederik Kuechen – TESAT – Manufacturing guidelines for COTS in Space
18:30 – 19: 45: Panel Discussion 1 – “The user and primes perspectives on the value and need of COTS use” – Moderator: Ph. Armbruster ( ESA ) Click to download conclusions
The composition of the Panel# 1 on “The User and Primes perspectives on the value and need of COTS use” is as follows:
TAS: Didier Dantes
EUTELSAT: Pierre Timmerman
ESA: Britta Schade
ADS/TESAT: Alain Mouton
SENER: Jose Gala
EDA: Patrick Langlois
Session 2.1: Component manufacturers – ALTER G. Largaespada
09:00: Nicolas Ganry – Microchip – COTS to scalable Rad Tolerant and Rad Hard solutions
09:15: Jim Ryan – Analog Devices – COTS for Space – an ADI perspective
09:30: Aimen Oeslaty – VISHAY – The Use of COTS Components for Space Applications
09:45: Bernd Neubig – AXTAL – COTS quartz crystal units – up-screening for space applications
10:00: Joël LE MAUFF – NANOXPLORE – Why using COTs when Low-cost Radiation Hardened devices (are) available?
10:15: Christophe Boucheron – INTERSIL / RENESAS – Selection and Analysis of COTS power management devices under radiation
Session 2.2 – Part 1: Technology Issues – ESA K. Lundmark / ALTER O. Ramos
11:30: Alejandro Herrera – INTA – Outgassing of space materials, screening tests for COTS components proposed for space applications
11:45: Semyra Vasquez-Borucki – INFINEON – Mission Profile Evaluation for Automotive Applications
12:00: Francisco Javier Aparicio – ALTER – Non-destructive detection of air flaws (delamination, voids and cracks) and related critical failures in plastic encapsulated systems by Scanning Acoustic Microscopy.
12:15: Cedric Clement – AIRBUS – “Commercial components vs lead-free terminations; how to manage it?”
12:30: Liam Murphy – ESA ESTEC – “COTS and Lead Free – Dealing with the Quandary”
Session 2.2 – Part 2: Technology Issues – ESA K. Lundmark / ALTER O. Ramos
14:00: Luis de Pablo Martínez –TAS /Tyndall / ESA – Assessment of Automotice EEE Components Suitability for Space Applications
14:15: Jens Haala – TESAT – Space equipment with COTS Parts – from design to product
14:30: Agustin Coello Vera – ALTER TECHNOLOGY – Lead Free transition. For the European Space Sector
14:45: Alessandra Costantino Mucio – ESA – Irradiation test facilities for COTS EEE components
15:45 – 17:00: Panel discussion 2 – “Technology Issues associated with the COTS use for space” – Moderator : G. Fernández. ( ALTER TECHNOLOGY) Click to download Conclusions
The composition of the Panel# 2 on ” Panel 2 – Technology Issues associated with the COTS use for space” is as follows:
Consultant: Dan Friedlander
ESA: Karin Lundmark
INFINEON: Semyra Vasquez-Borucki
TAS: Stéphane Vanderminnen
ADS: Daniela Staerk
INVAP: Roberto Cibils
Session 2.2 – Part 3: Technology Issues – ESA Lead : Ali Zadeh / ALTER G. Fernandez
09:30: Alexey Akhmetov – SPELS – Proton accelerators single event effects test procedure for COTS electronics: approach to reduce cost and time
09:45: Richard Sharp – Cobham AEROFLEX – The application of laser SEE testing as a new radiation effects validation technique for COTS components
10:00: Michael Steffens & Jochen Kuhnhenn – Fraunhofer INT – Radiation characterization and functional verification of COTS components for space applications
10:15: Gaizka Eiguren – TAS – Low-Cost and High-Flexibility SEL Testing Unit
10:30: Peter Beck – Seibersdorf Laboratories – CORHA – Radiation Screening of COTS Components and Verification of COTS RHA Approach
Session 3.1: Mission perspective : Open Forum – ESA Lead : Laurent Marchand
11:00: Emmanuel Rouvier – ESA – ESA Mission classification and evolution of ESA RAMS approach for COTS EEE
11:15: Charlène Doucet & Anastasia Pesce – CNES & ESA – ECSS-Q-ST-60-13 REVISION
11:30: Harald Schone – NASA/JPL – Small Satellites Demand Innovation in Reliability
11:45: Denis Bousquet – AXA & Rocío Pereira – MARSH – TBD Space Insurer current view on COTS
12:15: WRAP UP & Conclutions – ACCEDE Organization
12:30 End of ACCEDE WORKSHOP 2019
Session 1.1: Needs and requirements of end users.
The session will cover the view of the end users: operators, final customers, etc., including the perspective of insurance companies involved in space insurance services.
Session 1.2: Strategies towards the use of COTS.
The session will cover the current and future strategies from main space agencies, not only the classical (e.g NASA, ESA, JAXA) but also from other geographical regions like South-America, Asia.
The intention is to address both classical space projects as well as new space concepts.
Session 1.3.a-b: Space Mission Providers & Integrators or Equipment Suppliers.
The session will cover the experience of space equipment manufacturers and systems integrators who are already using COTS and the pressures from customers and the market to increment its use in the future. Examples of use cases, success – failure stories,…, etc., will be provided including some trend in the new EEE policy adoption for new missions and constellations.
Session 2.1: Component manufacturers.
The session covers the views and opinions of the electronic component manufacturers, assessing the wider space demands in terms of performances, cost,…, etc. and new products and solution to cover the identified needs
Session 2.2.a-b: Technology Issues.
Experts in specific disciplines will provide talks on the technology issues affecting the wider use of COTS parts in space applications, including the latest state of the art views on radiation issues, outgassing, pure tin, high-temperature solders, processes…, etc..
Session 2.3: Risk Management.
The use of COTS, with its potential risk increase, has implications at other levels, from the design process, the implementation of mitigation techniques, the need to have proper methodologies to perform reliability predictions,…, etc. The session will cover all aspects of risk management directly linked to increased use of COTS and new product assurance approaches, which are appearing to address the issues.