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IMUVar - VarIoNav - Analysis of Various Integration Methods of GNSS and Inertial Measurement Systems with Respect to Different Scenarios of Georeferencing
The main objective of the project VarIoNav is a scientifically based and comprehensive investigation of the integration of Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) and inertial measurement systems (IMS).
This project aims at investigating whether the purging storage method is at least comparable to the previous spring cap method.
The aim of INSIDE is the development of a first demonstrator of a GNSS based information system to support drivers of snow groomers. The snow groomers will be equipped with a GNSS receiver and an automotive computer as central processing device. The touch screen displays the actual position and the infrastructure and dangerous areas on a digital map as background. Furthermore, tracks of already prepared slopes will be highlighted to avoid multiple preparation work.
From land cover to land use – integrating remote sensing and human location patterns in urban areas
Infusion Rigidizable Inflatable Space Elements
The aim was to investigate the feasibility of designing and testing a sleeping bag for ISS. The methodology used included the fabrication of a prototype from material used on ISS such as Nomex-based textiles. The development of the sleeping bag involved a total of three design iterations based on feedback from European astronauts.
Modelling of dynamic penetration in granular soils under space conditions
Towards a baselayer generation service for infrastructure assessment enabling industry 4.0 operations
The aim of this activity is to develop a standard solution for a generic, comprehensive, central, long-term mission archive for Earth Observation missions.
Satellite-based Monitoring of Critical Infrastructure
The objective of JOE is to create new possibilities for intelligent infotainment in the area of recreation and tourism by using satellite-navigation based devices.
Antenna optimization studies for JUICE-RPWI
Scalar magnetometer for JUICE: Assembly and test of spare model, system level testing and near Earth commissioning
Scalar magnetometer for JUICE: System level testing, near Earth commissioning and operation in early cruise phase
Experimental and numerical models for the calibration of the JUICE RWI antennas
This project was dedicated to the analysis of electric field sensors as flown on board the NASA spacecraft JUNO to the gas giant Jupiter. The overarching goal of the JUNO mission is to understand Jupiter’s origin and evolution.
Satellite-based detection of hazardous areas to prevent accidents involving long guns
Jets from protostars: determining the influence of ejecta in regulating the early protostellar evolution
Design of a flight measurement campaign to prepare to use and to validate Sentinel-4 data
KeraSchub - Feasibility Study of Regeneratively Cooled Thrust Chambers Made of C/SiC Ceramic Composites
The KeraSchub study has analyzed whether cost-efficient C/SiC materials could also be used for the design of rocket thrust chambers. The KeraSchub study has performed a material survey and investigated conceptual thrust chamber designs based on these materials. It was determined that deficiencies of cost-efficient materials can be overcome by clever thrust chamber designs. As well as areduction in cost and an increase in lifetime, a significant increase in reliability and safety can possibly be achieved.