LESIA - Observatoire de Paris

An ADCS 3-axis testbed system for nano/micro satellites

lundi 5 mars 2018, par Hoang The Huynh (USTH & LESIA)

Vendredi 23 mars 2018 à 14h00 , Lieu : Salle de conférence du bâtiment 17

The development of nano/micro satellites is a new trend in space. The amount of those satellites is increasing rapidly by the time. Testing attitude determination and control system (ADCS) is playing an important role to the success of a satellite project. A testbed system is an essential tool to support the satellite developers. The talk will present the project of a hardware-in-the-loop system to test control laws and algorithms for ADCS of nano/micro satellites managed by the Vietnam National Space Center (VNSC). The system consists of three space environment condition simulators : zero gravity, Earth’s magnetic field and Sun light. This testbed system is expected to test various ADCS configurations of nano/micro satellites. Firstly, it will be a test platform for ADCS of NanoDragon satellite at VNSC. In addition, the talk will also present the PhD topic “Advanced Attitude Determination for Satellite ADCS Test-bed Using Multi-Sensor Fusion” that is one of the improvement research topics for above testbed system.

Proposé par Boris Segret et Benoit Mosser.

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