As part of our work with NASA, we defined service specifications for the evolution of the Near Space Network and its capabilities.
In our role as technology subject matter experts, we were responsible for providing architectural guidance and defining functional and performance requirements for next-generation space communications services that span the full portfolio of SCaN mission support capabilities, from near-Earth satellite operations to future cis-Lunar relay networks architectures.
Working with a major healthcare technology provider, we developed an optimized data processing engine.
Working as part of an effort to transform an existing health records management platform to address performance limitations and add new capabilities with respect to data mapping, provenance traceability, and source ingress methods, we designed and implemented an innovative, multi-layer caching engine which significantly reduced the processing time and incidence of processing errors for datasets containing tens to hundreds of millions of client records.
As part of our work with NASA, we developed a catalogue of mission capabilities and interfaces for the Near Space Network service portfolio.
In order to enable the effective transition of existing and future missions to the next-generations NSN platform, we conducted an analysis of mission service support requirements and data delivery needs for more than 100 operational and planned spacecraft, launch vehicles, and other NSN-supported elements.
Working with a major healthcare technology provider, we developed a next-generation cloud micro services architecture.
To support the transition of a major care management and health records interoperability platform to a cloud-based implementation, we created an architectural concept for a microservices framework, developing technical specifications and object definitions for the key platform services and supporting infrastructure elements.
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