Projekte (in englischer Sprache)

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TRain

GNSS Signals for Numerical Weather Prediction and Galileo HAS Train Positioning

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TripleM - Development of Methods for the Retrieval of Hydrology and Agricultural Parameters from Multi-temporal, Multi-sensoral and Multi-resolution Satellite Remote Sensing Data

Within this project multi-seasonal, multi-sensor and multi-resolution (TripleM) image data sets are investigated with respect to their operational and scientific utilization for agricultural and hydrological applications.

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TVGOGO

Time variable gravity observed by GPS derived orbit positions

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UniNav

Universal navigation based on earth observation data Navigation in remote areas

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UPIC

Ultra-rapid precise Positioning for crash Impact potential Calculation

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USI - Phase 1: Unbrennbare Superisolation (USI)

Based on the multi-layer insulation technology for spacecraft, this technology transfer project focuses on the development of a novel, inert multi-layer thermal insulation, which satisfies the applicable requirements and standards for cryogenic vessels used for storage and transport of liquefied technical gases such as He, Ar, N2 and O2 , with respect to oxygen compatibility.

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USI - Phase 2: Non-flammable Super-Insulation (USI)

Based on the multi-layer insulation technology for spacecraft, this technology transfer project about non-flammable super-insulation focuses on the development of a novel, inert multi-layer thermal insulation, which satisfies the applicable requirements and standards for cryogenic vessels used for storage and transport of liquefied technical gases such as He, Ar, N 2 and O 2 , with respect to oxygen compatibility.

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VEDW - Versatile Electronics for Digitally Generated Waveforms

The present project has aimed at developing the critical building blocks of a Versatile High-end Signal Generator which can be used directly or only with few necessary modifications for a variety of applications. This approach has allowed Austrian Aerospace to acquire competence with new technologies and space components so the challenging technical problems can be solved in an innovative and forward-looking manner.

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VEX-MAG - Venus Express Magnetometer

Venus Express (VEX) is the first mission of the European Space Agency (ESA) to Venus. It aims at a global investigation of the Venusian atmosphere and plasma environment and addresses several important aspects of the geology and surface physics. Its payload comprises seven scientific instruments with heritage from Mars Express and Rosetta. VEX-MAG is a space qualified magnetometer with two sensors to measure the magnetic field magnitude and direction.

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VifTra

ViFDAQ High accuracy trajectory estimation

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VSAT - VSAT Monitoring System

The physical RF link of VSAT stations, especially the quality of the MF-TDMA return link, is crucial for ensuring high quality satellite communication. An accurate aligned antenna minimizes interference and secures the best physical way of maximizing the Bit/Hz/Year ratio. The SIECAMS VSAT monitoring system allows terminal per terminal measurement of RF quality parameters dedicated to MF-TDMA traffic transmitted from VSAT satellite networks without service interruption.

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WFI-IASW

ATHENA/WFI Instrument Application Software Definition

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xgravler - Experimental Gravity Research with LEGO-based Robotics Onboard a Stratospheric Research Balloon

The REEL-E payload, the final implementation of the xgravler project, measures the g-forces under changing conditions in high altitude environments. For this, the payload was put into a stratospheric research balloon during a mission named H.A.L.E, organized by the University of Reno, Nevada, and sponsored by the NASA Space Grant, Energizer, LEGO and National Instruments. The balloon was launched on 29 July 2008 from the Nevada desert, close to Reno, USA, and reached an altitude of just over 99,500 ft (~30km).

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XMat

Next Decade Space Materials

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μPPT - Development of an Ignition Unit and Electronic Interface of a μPPT Flight Unit

Research at AIT has identified two major challenges, the limited lifetime of the ignition system and the size and volume of the electronic interface. Past projects proved that the ignition system lifetime is limited to a maximum of 15,000 cycles. Goal of the present project is to increase this to at least 250,000. The electronic components shall be implemented on a printed circuit board (PCB), which also contains up to four μPPT.

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μPPT Development - Micro Pulsed Plasma Thruster Development for Micro- to Picosatellite Applications

ARC is currently developing Europe’s first micro Pulsed Plasma Thruster (μPPT) with the ultimate objective of producing a flight model which may be flown on CubeSats. CubeSats are pico - satellites with dimensions of 10 cm 3 and hence impose the most demanding mass budget.