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Data Story #003 Data Centric Systems in the Public Sector and Industry

The Storytellers

Sonja Sievi

 

Sonja Sievi

 

  • 1990s: Education and work in the area of physiotherapy
  • 2000s: Study of information technology at the University of Applied Sciences Bremen
  • Diploma: Extension and adaptation of a software system for synoptic displays by domain specific elements
  • 2006- today: AIRBUS Defence and Space, Space Systems and legal predecessors (EADS Space Transportation, ASTRIUM, AIRBUS Defence & Space).

 

After Sonja Sievi joined AIRBUS Defence and Space in 2006 she started her career in the space program of the International Space Station (ISS) as Displays Systems Engineer & focal point for Onboard Synoptic Displays and NASA Portable Computer System, requirements engineer AMEE (Advanced Mission Evaluation Environment), Operations and Systems Engineer ISS on-board Experiment CRUISE (CRew User Interface Systems Enhancements), Software Development & Product Maintenance System Engineer, Software Development & Product Maintenance USS (United Synoptic System), Lapap (Laptop Application). At current she works in Maritime Safety research projects (management and consortium lead) as well as System Architect in the military context in User Centered Design, Human Machine Interface (HMI) Design, Data Hub & Data Centric System of Systems.

Goetz Anspach von Broecker

 

 

Goetz O. Anspach von Broecker

 

  • 1985 to 1993: Professional education in the area of Electrical Engineering
  • Diploma: Comparative Measurement Methods of Doping-Profiles in Silicon (Semi-Conductor-Technology)
  • 1993 - today: Professional stations at Bosch Telekom, DaimlerChrysler Aerospace Space Infrastructure in Bremen and AIRBUS Defence and Space

 

 

After Goetz Anspach von Broecker joined AIRBUS Defence and Space in 2000 he started his career as Key Account Manager for Aerospace & Defence Research Institutions in Germany and for ESA Technology Programs. 

At current he supports and coordinates R&T (Research & Technology Partnerships) for AIRBUS Defence & Space on corporate level with a special focus on ESA member states and Space Business.  That includes the European countries and collaborations/ networking with partners world wide - industrial as well as academic institutions, start-ups, SMEs and inventors.
In this context, the transversability aspect is important - into space and out of space branche (Spin-In/Spin-Off) and the opening of funding sources are central objectives.

When?

12.04.2022, 16:00-18:00 CEST

  • 16:00 Welcome (Prof. Frank Oliver Glöckner, Data Train Speaker)
  • 16:10 Data Story #003
  • 17:00 Discussion
  • 17:15 Get-together and continuation of the discussion over beverages and finger food

Where?

Hybrid:

Fraunhofer MEVIS, conference room on the ground floor; access with 3G & max. 20 persons

Max-von-Laue-Str. 2, 28359 Bremen

&

online via VC


Language?

English

The Story

Data Centric Systems in the Public Sector and Industry

Systems that are supposed to manage and associate data volumes, process data streams and interconnect databases are known in their smallest version as APPs on computers and smartphones. Very large systems, for example disaster reaction and control centers and security and awareness centers, are called system-of-systems.

What they all have in common is that independent data sources and data users cooperate with each other via interfaces especially in future cooperation platforms for the development, production, manufacturing and operation of complex SYSTEMS such as ships, aircraft, energy grids and vehicle fleets and of course complex administrational task (e-government).

This sounds simple and actually feasible - Amazon, Meta and Google have been doing it for a long time - but in public sectors, healthcare and industrial applications there are many legal barriers due to data security/intellectual property/export control rules that make a simple setup extremely difficult, or even impossible.

Examples will be shown that reflect the current state of the art, highlight the challenges from a technical, regulatory and socio-political point of view, and give suggestions on how to overcome these challenges.

The examples will range from applications in space via governmental security systems to future cooperation platforms (GAIA-X initiative of the EU) and virtual aircraft wharfs.

Systems