Interoperability

Interoperability is a critical aspect of technology development that ensures interfaces are accessible to all stakeholders and scalable to meet the demands of that system. It is vital that we bring together industry, academia, and government to develop technology concepts and standards for lunar infrastructure. To build a vibrant and sustainable commercial economy, we must first focus on the creation, adoption, and adaptation of technical standards that promote interoperable systems for all.

Interoperability is now a part of the Crosscutting Capabilities Focus Area.

Past Meetings

February 2024: Crosscutting Capabilities Kickoff Telecon

January 2024: Joint Extreme Access, Extreme Environments, and Dust Mitigation Telecon

September 2023: JOINT Surface Power & IO - Monthly FG Meeting

Speaker: Jeff Csank

   

June 2023: Interoperability- Monthly WG202

Speaker: David LaBranche

   

May 2023: Interoperability- Monthly WG

Speaker: Ben Pearson

   

April 2023: MOSA - Monthly WG

Speaker: Travis Thompson

   

February 2023: MOSA - Monthly WG

Speaker: Jaret Matthews

   

January 2023: Joint MOSA + EA - Monthly WG

   

December 2022: MOSA - Monthly WG

Speaker: Wesley Powell

 

September 2022: Surface Power + MOSA - Monthly FG

   

July 2022: MOSA - Monthly WG

   

June 2022: MOSA - Monthly WG

   

April 2022: MOSA - Monthly WG

   
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LSIC Interoperability WG Resources