New Frontiers: Equipping Quality Professionals for the Future
This event will feature high level industry and government keynote and featured speakers, along with relevant panel topics and workshops. NASA will hold its Quality Leadership Forum (QLF) following CQSDI on March 13 – 14 at the same venue.
Forum Panel Topics:
- Cyber physical system security: control of satellites in space, UAV hardware, Malware.
This panel discussion emphasizes solutions using a holistic approach to cyber physical systems security from a systems engineering perspective. The discussion will include the common lexicon of terms and metrics to assess vulnerabilities associated with design of the system resulting in a more robust and resilient Cyber Physical Security. The discussions will address gaps in the resiliency of hardware assurance and security from persistent and dynamic threats to cyber physical systems.
- Introducing new technologies in Quality Control: New tools/Virtual Tools/, 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing
As new technologies are developed and moved from lab to full-scale production, the quality aspects of those technologies must be understood and developed as well. This panel will explore lessons learned in roll-out of new quality control technologies and development of quality control for new technologies.
- Equipping Quality Professionals for the future in Commercial Space
Today’s commercial space environment has shifted from a primarily government assurance model to a shared accountability/assurance model. This shared assurance enables greater transparency, communication and collaboration toward a common goal. On this panel, representative stakeholders and participates will share their vision and experiences related to Quality initiatives that illustrate the shared accountability/assurance model.
- Attracting Young SMA Professionals
In a continuation of last year’s successful panel, we will discuss the need for attracting young professionals to Safety, Mission, and Quality Assurance. This two-part (fresh perspective and recruitment) panel will consist of up-and-coming talent, hiring staff, and educators. The audience will hear directly from young professionals to identify factors that may draw or repel them. The target of this panel is to provide intelligence and tools, enabling defense and aerospace employers to attract the young contributors essential to bridging the gap with much of the current workforce.
- Counterfeit parts regulations and impacts, implementation of CF prevention plan and compliance to DFARS
- Mission Assurance in Commercial Space versus Government Space - A Suppliers Perspective
- Expiration of AS9100 impact to suppliers: RevD of AS9100 management of that requirement: managing changes and implementation within an organization
- DCMA and industry collaboration to reduce waste and improve oversight
- Department of Defense