Brian J. d'Auriol, Ph.D.

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Computation Communication Integration Models for Aerospace Systems, June 3, 2008, TBA, Information Science Department, Gyeongsang National University, Jinju, Korea

A future vision of aerospace systems including unmanned aerial vehicle, satellite and spacecraft systems involves multiple cooperating platforms organized into cluster groups. There are several advantages of such future type systems including, lower costs, greater robustness and increased scalability. In particular clusters can take on roles similar with that of other ubiquitous dynamic wireless applications, that is, clustered platforms have parallel and distributed processing capability interconnected via a wireless communication medium. This talk introduces several current engineering and research initiatives for cluster aerospace platforms as background. A remote cluster spacecraft scenario is then presented and comparisons with other ubiquitous systems are discussed. The main focus of this talk is on the combination of computation and communication models that we are developing to better understand the operations that we envision for future aerospace systems.

Last Updated: May 30, 2008