Wireless sensor network architecture for spacecraft applications
Space access international Conference 2014
This year’s edition of Space access international Conference will take place on 9-11 April in Paris.
You will find more informations about this event here : “Space access international Conference 2014, Paris, 9-11 April”.
Lecture on the theme of wireless sensor network architecture for spacecraft applications
At this occasion, Damon PARSY, BeanAir’s CEO, will introduce wireless sensor network architecture for spacecraft applications. His lecture will mainly be based on the experience that BeanAir teams have acquired on rocket engine instrumentation and other projects in spacecraft and aircraft fields.
The vast majority of existing wireless protocols are not designed to meet avionics and spacecraft design specifications. Factors such as low bandwidth, non self-synchronized wireless network, non existing lost data recovery mechanisms, overlapping band frequencies (2,4Ghz), unreliable Medium Access (CSM/CA mechanism) and non adapted modulation techniques to spacecraft environment call for the introduction of innovative technological platforms based on newer standards.
Such platforms are already being designed and tested by Beanair Research laboratories in conjunction with major partners and operators. The main task of the newly designed, “spacecraft dedicated” platform is to challenge existing technologies by introducing a reliable, ultra-low power and self-synchronized wireless network particularly adapted to dynamic measurement (10-20K KHz).
Where and when?
Mr PARSY’s lecture will take place on Thursday April 10, at 10.30 AM.
For more informations about how to attend this event, please see our article “Space access international Conference 2014, Paris, 9-11 April”.
Edit : Here a link about the Space Access presentation of Damon Parsy : Space Access Presentation Beanair VL