A Research Webinar Series
- SERC Talks was created to create an ongoing and more collaborative dialogue between academia, government and industry sectors.
- The series was launched on June 1, 2016, featuring researchers from our Systems Engineering community sharing their insights on various questions relevant to Systems Engineering, curated by Dr. Barry Boehm, SERC Talks Editor-in-Chief and Chair of the SERC Research Council.
- Themes included: Model-Centric Systems Engineering, Cyber-Physical Learning Systems, Cybersecurity, Successfully Applying Agile Methods for High-Criticality Systems, Systems and Software Qualities Tradespace Analysis, Applying DevOps to Complex Multi-Organizations Systems with upcoming series on Distributed Autonomy.
- SERC Talks is now broadcast using the Zoom Webinar Platform. To install and test the platform, check Zoom Installation and Troubleshooting Guide. Contact SERCTalks@stevens.edu for more information or assistance.
SERC TALKS: “What is the role of a Reference Architecture in research and development of autonomous and/or cooperative systems?”
The Autonomy and Navigation Technology (ANT) Center at the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) has begun development of a new Reference Architecture for Autonomy to begin to answer the myriad of needs within research, development and testing of autonomous and/or cooperative systems. This Reference Architecture will initially cater to small unmanned aerial and ground vehicles and the interfaces and operators that would be used to direct these vehicles in accomplishing tasks. The framework should be flexible to allow achievement of effective mission capabilities with autonomous and cooperative agents.Find out more »