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    Title

    Cooperative and Robotic Space Systems

    Description

    This session will focus on cooperative and robotic systems as they apply to the space domain. This emerging topic includes concepts such as constellations, multi-satellite architectures, and on-orbit servicing of space systems and technologies. Hosted payloads, where their objectives may be unrelated to the principal mission, are also addressed. Additional areas of interest include collaborative robotic systems, such as space robotic systems and manipulators, robotic/human interactions and distributed multi-agent technologies. Papers in this session will look at current missions and future opportunities, while addressing both benefits and challenges as the world-wide space community moves into these exciting areas.

    Date

    2017-09-29

    Time

    11:00

    Room

    Riverbank 3

    IPC members
    • Co-Chair: Dr. Igor V. Belokonov, Samara State Aerospace University, Russian Federation;

    • Co-Chair: Dr. Dapeng Wang, China HEAD Aerospace Technology Co., China;

    • Rapporteur: Mr. Steven Arnold, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, United States;

    papers

    Order

    Presentation status

    Mode

    Paper title

    Main author

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    confirmed

    Distributed Coordination Architecture for Micro-Satellite Formation Flying Control

    Mr. Youliang Wang

    1: National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences;2: University of Chinese Academy of Sciences

    China

    2

    confirmed

    Advanced Robotic Automation Technologies for Multi-Satellite System Production

    Prof. Klaus Schilling

    University Wuerzburg

    Germany

    3

    confirmed

    On-Orbit Manufacture and Assembly of Spacecraft

    Dr. Iain Boyd

    Science and Technology Policy Institute

    United States

    4

    confirmed

    Airbus New Payload Hosting and End-to-end Mission Concepts

    Dr. Christian Steimle

    Airbus Defence and Space

    Germany

    5

    confirmed

    Wedge Mating Interfaces for Cooperative Space Robotic Use

    Mr. Lawrence Gryniewski

    MDA

    Canada

    6

    confirmed

    Simulating the Servicer/Client Relationship in On-Orbit Servicing Scenarios

    Mr. Tiago Henrique Matos de Carvalho

    Cranfield University

    United Kingdom

    7

    confirmed

    Future Technologies for Operating Robots in Space

    Mr. Jan Harder

    Technical University of Munich

    Germany

    8

    confirmed

    Multifunctional Interface for Modular Satellite Systems with Robotic Servicing Capabilities

    Mr. Martin Kortmann

    RWTH Aachen University

    Germany

    9

    withdrawn

    a visual identification method of orbital fractionated objects

    Ms. Helia Sharif

    German Aerospace Center (DLR), Bremen

    Germany

    10

    confirmed

    Model-based localization and segmentation of modular satellites using 3D LIDAR point clouds

    Mr. Marvin Grosse Besselmann

    FZI Research Center for Information Technology

    Germany

    11

    withdrawn

    An online one-step momentum-based inertial parameter identification technique for space robot with unknown linear and angular momentum

    Mr. Teng Zhang

    College of Astronautics, Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU)

    China