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The function of Data Handling Systems on satellites is the collection of house keeping data for transmission to the ground (Telemetry Link) to allow the monitoring of the spacecraft status and the commanding of different spacecraft functions from the ground (Telecommand Link).
DIACERAM - High Thermal Conductive Ceramic-Diamond Substrates for Efficient Cooling of Next Generation of High Performance Space Electronics
The DIACERAM project focuses on the development of a next generation ceramic substrate material for application in electronic components.
The project DIGSTER - Go & Map (Digital Satellite Based Terrain Mapping) aims at meeting user requirements of the technical aspects of digital terrain mapping. For many questions in administration, planning and expertise, terrain mappings are indispensable.
Realized in the frame of the ELIPS programme of the European Space Agency, the DOSIS experiment is a multi-lateral research effort to determine absorbed dose, particle flux density and energy spectra at eleven differently shielded locations inside the European Columbus module of the International Space Station.
e_SPIDER - Conceptualization of a Global Virtual Academy for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency Response
e_SPIDER directly supports the initialization of an e-learning environment for UN-SPIDER by providing a conceptual frame-work for a Global Virtual Academy for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency Response. It contributes to the development of an appropriate curriculum in collaboration with the Regional Centres for Space Science and Technology Education, affiliated to the United Nations, and other national and regional centres of excellence to train end-users and strengthen national institutions.
The project comprises two demonstrations: determination and registration of funded agricultural areas and precise farming applied to the disposition and the management of growing areas.
The subject of this project was to design an embedded command and control subsystem (ECCS) as part of a satellite onboard electronics module based on the MIL-STD-1553B interface standard. In the present context "embedded" means that the subsystem is not implemented as a separate system formed by dedicated hard- and software, but that it is fully integrated into the extended hard- and software of an existing state-of-the-art spaceborne payload processor module.
The current feasibility study can be seen as the first phase of a three phase interdisciplinary project called "Development of an integrated telemetry system for game management in matters of traffic security, protection forest and private forest based on navigation, communication, remote sensing, and GIS methods".
A paradigm for Marangoni flows is the liquid bridge problem in which a liquid droplet is confined between two solid cylindrical rods that are kept at different temperatures. In the EMA project scientists aim at controlling the Marangoni flow in the liquid phase by eliminating the effect of buoyant convection which eclipses the Marangoni flow on the ground.
The project EMAG includes technical and economical basic research and analysis regarding the feasibility to develop an experimental platform based on a software receiver for multi-modal applications of Galileo. Therefore, it is the objective to develop a detailed concept for a later realization.
The project aimed at demonstrating advantages and the easy handling of the DGPS method combined with conventional ground based surveying techniques. Once successfully measured, geographical coordinates of sample plots or certain ground marks can be reused.
ENVICHANGE - 4D Information Products for the Monitoring of Environmental Changes Based on LiDAR- and Satellitedata
The project ENVICHANGE as proposed here intends i) to identify the possibilities of analysing spatial features for monitoring land cover and essential infrastructure facilities based on high-resolution satellite and LiDAR data and ii) to implement methods for its operational generation. The possibility of fully or partially automated information extraction is evaluated based on user requirements of corresponding federal authorities and infrastructure operators.
The project aimed at conceptually designing an earth observation based regional centre for crisis data, which integrates all relevant components of geoinformation. One task of the centre is the rapid acquisition, processing and analysis of satellite data and mobile mapping data in the field of natural disasters and civil protection.
In the frame of the project "EO-KDZ" (Earth Observation Krisendatenzentrum) it was intended to conceptually design and technically implement a regional and Earth observation based centre for crisis data. This mobile centre is characterised by several components of geoinformation, which are collected, analysed and value added near or in the affected areas.