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go.hiking - Web-based Service Platform for Monitoring and Maintenance of Alpine Hiking Infrastructure, Search&Rescue Spatial Knowledge Base and Info-Desk for Hikers
SatNav devices have been available for mountaineers for a long time. If someone plans a hiking tour, they will look for web-maps showing the region of interest, they want to investigate, the actual state of trails or paths, degree of difficulty, height differences, duration, public transport information, local weather forecast, etc. The most critical content within this list is the state of paths; the rest is somehow linked to commercials. go.hiking will concentrate on the state of paths, on hiking infrastructure.
Automated documentation service for the integrated police system iPolSys
Mobile Documentation Service for the iPolSys Integrated Police System
Inertially Aided RTK for Robust and Precise Positioning
Key Concepts for Viewing and Exploring Multi-Source EO Products
Minimal lubrication coating based on polymerized ionic liquids
phenoSAT - alpha
Area-wide mapping of phenology using optical high resolution satellite imagery (pre-study)
Fully printed heater on CFRP structures for Space applications
A roadmap towards smart EO services for CO2 inventorying and control
Smart Yacht Automated Control Technology
X-ray Techniques for NDT and Damage Characterization of Space Materials and Components
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).
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.
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.