We specialize in mission and systems design. We are space systems architects and we know how multiple wavelength sensor systems work together. We are experts in the design of systems-of-systems architectures and we are currently developing concepts and hardware to effect the recovery, retrieval, and repositioning of space assets. We are experts in space systems engineering, customer advocacy, requirements elicitation, and space systems (satellite) design and development. Our Program Managers have over 30 years experience in Earth Remote Sensing, GPS and Advanced GPS, Classified systems and their architecture.
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Members of The Cameron Group, Inc., include experts who engage in…
Space Systems Architecture and Design
- Space Systems Orbital Debris Recovery
- Space Nuclear Reactors
- Low Energy Nuclear Reactor Experimental Analysis
- Electric / Ion Propulsion More > >
- Earth Remote Sensing
- GPS and Advanced GPS
- Space Asset Repositioning, Recovery, and Retrieval
- Conventional Solar and Thermal Design, Analysis, & Optimization
- Threat-Standoff (WMD) Protection More > >
- Energy Conversion Design & Optimization
- Very High Temperature Technology & Materials
- R&D evolution from ideation to application More > >
- Android Platform COIs/COPs
- Digital & RF Systems
- Sensors & Control
- Communications & Security
Some space and technology customers of The Cameron Group, Inc., have included AREVA Solar, Pratt and Whitney Rocketdyne, Aerojet, SkyCorp, Bruce Power, and Lockheed Martin.
Dr. Ron Clark – Senior Vice President, Space Systems and Technology; Development; Space Architecture and Technology Applications, Advanced Technology, Sensing Systems and Physics
Ph.D. Solid State Physics, Florida State University B.A., Physics and Math, Arkansas State University. “Hands on” experimental physicist with high level systems integration experience. Currently conducting and analyzing Low Energy Nuclear Fusion Experiments from his laboratory. Dr Clark also initiated and led new campaign for a $1B+ In-Space Transportation System. Managed IRAD efforts for Lockheed Martin Space Systems. Created architecture for next generation, $3.5B GPS III system. System Architect for multiple communication system development. Successfully led capture efforts for $5B+ space communication campaign: AEHF. Managed efforts for the National Space Communications System.. Created 30 person team to develop and evaluate architectures for advanced energy, sensor, and satellite systems. Created and/or led multiple projects and/or campaigns in areas including energy systems, astrophysics, computer-based simulation, optics, communication, and other technical areas. Led advanced projects office in classified programs. Created and led 100 person Technology Applications department at the Lockheed Space Systems R&D Center in less than 3 years, winning over $150M of external R&D contracts. Created and managed $350M/yr technology department at DARPA for DoD. Created and managed R&D multiple R&D projects for the US Navy.
Prof. Mitchell L. R. Walker II, PhD – Advanced Space Propulsion Systems
Dr. Walker has over 15 years of experience in design, analysis, and manufacturing of advanced in-space propulsion systems as an employee at Lockheed Martin Space Systems and faculty member at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His primary research interests lie in electric propulsion, plasma physics, and hypersonic aerodynamics/plasma interaction and encompass experimental and theoretical studies of advanced plasma propulsion concepts for spacecraft and fundamental plasma physics. Beyond his basic research program, Dr. Walker consults in the areas of electric propulsion system design, root cause on-orbit anomaly investigation, spacecraft integration, advanced propulsion technology evaluation, electric propulsion technology development roadmaps, and vacuum technology.
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