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CCSDS/NIST Technical Plenary Spring Meetings & Lunar Interoperability Forum

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in collaboration with the NOAA Office of Space Commerce will host the CCSDS/NIST Technical Plenary Spring Meetings & Lunar Interoperability Forum in Washington, District of Columbia. The CCSDS meeting cycle consists of two meeting events per year, a Spring meeting and a Fall meeting. Ordinarily, the standard CCSDS meeting event consists of two sessions:

a) The first session, known as the Plenary week, which is primarily the meetings of all CCSDS Technical Working Groups. There are up to 180 in-person attendees during this week, and it runs from Monday to Friday in 16 concurrent rooms. For more information, please visit the CCSDS Spring Meetings 2024 Information Overview event page.

b) The second session, known as the management week, consisting of meetings of the CCSDS Engineering Steering Group (CESG). The week begins with the CESG meeting, with 10-15 people in one meeting room on Monday, followed by a 1-day Lunar Interoperability Forum, which will include CCSDS members and non-members alike. For more information, please visit the Lunar Interoperability Forum event page.

Created March 16, 2024, Updated March 20, 2024