04/07/2017

Deimos Space takes part in the 7th European Conference for Aeronautics and Space Sciences

Deimos Space is participating this week in the 7th European Conference for Aeronautics and Space Sciences (EUCASS 2017), taking place on July 3-6 in Milan, Italy, at the Politecnico di Milano.

The company will be present in 6 different paper sessions, sharing the extensive technical knowledge gained throughout its involvement in several projects and studies funded by the European Space Agency and the European Commission. The topics go from the control and guidance of launchers and spacecraft, through the multidisciplinary design optimisation of re-entry vehicles, such as the IXV,  to space surveillance and reentry survivability.

Following is the complete list of papers to be presented:

  • José Ospina et al. “The IXV Program FES: MIL and SIL Simulation Environment for GNC Design, Development and Verification”. Simulation and Validation session.
  • Paulo Rosa et al. “FDI Design and Verification Using a High-Fidelity Industrial Airbus Nonlinear Simulator”. FDIR and Control session.
  • Miguel Hagenfeldt et al. “Autonomous GNC/IP For Approach and Hovering of Irregular Small Bodies”. Control/Guidance of Launchers and Spacecrafts session.
  • Giovanni Medici et al. “Multi-Disciplinary Optimisation of Re-entry Vehicles from TAEM To Landing”. Space System MDO session.
  • Davide Bonetti et al. “From MDO To Detailed Design of Hypersonic Morphing Cabin Escape Systems”. Hypersonic Systems session.
  • Irene Pontijas et al. “Upgrade of ESA’s Debris Risk Assessment and Mitigation Analysis (DRAMA) Tool: Spacecraft Entry Survival Analysis Module”. Reentry Survivability & Space Surveillance session.

For more information and a detailed programme of the event, please visit the EUCASS 2017 website: http://www.eucass2017.eu/detailed-programme/

The company will be present in 6 different paper sessions that go from the control and guidance of launchers and spacecraft, through space system multidisciplinary design optimisation, to space surveillance and reentry survivability

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