Ms. Amanda Acevedo has over 25 years of experience in software development, integration, test and verification, project management, cross program integration and technical leadership. Currently, she is the owner of Vedo Systems where Amanda leads a growing team of software engineers who specialize in developing high performance, reliable software solutions for human rated spacecraft. Major efforts at Vedo Systems include developing & verifying onboard flight software for NASA's Orion program and providing software, modeling, and simulation systems engineering expertise for NASA's Gateway program. Prior to her work at Vedo Systems, Amanda worked on multiple NASA programs including the Space Shuttle, X-38, and AERCam, as well as several commercial software development projects in the aerospace, energy, and medical sectors.
Examples of her past projects include developing a 6 degree-of-freedom simulation for the X-38 spacecraft, building a display and control interface for an application to monitor patient safety while in a hospital setting, an acoustic ranging project for an oil and gas application, and requirements development in support of a commercial space station module, Axiom. Amanda's technical skills have been honed through involvement in software development and integration efforts in support of the US Department of Energy, and NASA Johnson Space Center. She is an alumna of the University of Iowa's Physics & Astronomy department.