Getting It Right

Collaborating for Mission Success
June 2020 Issue
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Artificial Intelligence Data.

Opportunities in Data Exploitation

Brig Gen Donna D. Shipton, Vice Commander of the US Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center, addressed challenges in the ground system field of making data meaningful and giving the right data to the right user at the speed of need.
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COVID-19 and the Space Industrial Base

The Aerospace team's new Supply Chain situational awareness tool leverages decades of industrial base data and visualization techniques to deliver pertinent information concisely and efficiently for better decision making.
Zero Trust Architecture

Improving Trust in a Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA)

Zero trust architecture (ZTA) is a security concept centered on the belief that organizations should not automatically trust anything inside or outside its perimeters.
Detecting Anomalies in Spacecraft Telemetry

Detecting Anomalies in Spacecraft Telemetry

Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM) deep neural networks have shown success through natural language processing, speech recognition, and text classification prediction problems by capturing important temporal information.
Cyber

Compliance ≠ Security

Mission-focused cyber assessments should provide decisionmakers with prioritized, actionable ways to reduce cyber risk.
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Incose Model-Based Capabilities Matrix

The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Model-Based Capabilities (MBCA) Matrix and User’s Guide can help organizations determine their current and needed descriptive modeling capability at the enterprise, system, and program levels.

Getting It Right focuses on industry collaboration for mission success by sharing lessons learned, best practices, and engineering advances in response to the nation’s toughest challenges. The Getting It Right newsletter is published quarterly by the Aerospace Corporate Chief Engineer's Office.

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