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Inertially Stabilized Systems(ISS)Aitor Ortiz de LatierroMarc Vizcarro CarreteroInertially Stabilized Systems
Index1. IntroductionI. What are they?II. Gyroscopes and gimbalsIII. Types of ISS2. Abridged history3. System structure4. I...
1.Introdcution (Background + need of the product)They are based on inertiaKey concepts: moment of inertia, rotational iner...
1.Introduction (II)1.1 What are they?Inertially Stabilized Systems are systems that through inertia are used to: Stabiliz...
1.Introduction (III)1.2 Gyroscopes and gimbalsGyroscope Gyroscope + GimbalAxis defined in arotating wheel(Roll, pitch, yaw...
Inertially Stabilized Systems
Inertially Stabilized Systems
1.Introduction (IV)1.3 Types of ISS Gyros and gimbals AccelerometersInertially Stabilized Systems
2. Abridged Story Second World War, the biggest stimulus Missiles, bombs and all kind of aircrafts.
2. Abridged Story (II) Space Career was also a great impulse. Guidance Systems are also related.
3. System Structure Modern platforms have complex structures but we can always identifysimple patterns.
4. Involved technologies Computers and programming Electronics Warfare Optics Imaging Mechanics and engenering Amon...
5. Actual usesPhotographing and imagingMovement sensorsInertially Stabilized Systems
5. Actual uses (II)Military usesInertially Stabilized Systems
5. Actual uses (III)SpacecraftAircraft andnavigationInertially Stabilized Systems
6. Societal implications and business model The use of ISS is widely spread around the world As a technology alone they ...
7. ISS in the future Open field with lots of applications. Big interest in R&D. Robots need them to have its own refere...
8. ConclusionDespite being used as weapons in the past, actually we arebeginning to use them for entertainment (smartphone...
9. Bibliography Andrew Mottes English translation:Newton, Isaac (1846), Newtons Principia : themathematical principles of...
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  1. 1. Inertially Stabilized Systems(ISS)Aitor Ortiz de LatierroMarc Vizcarro CarreteroInertially Stabilized Systems
  2. 2. Index1. IntroductionI. What are they?II. Gyroscopes and gimbalsIII. Types of ISS2. Abridged history3. System structure4. Involved technologies5. Actual uses6. Societal implications and buisness model7. ISS in the future8. Conclusion9. BibliographyInertially Stabilized Systems
  3. 3. 1.Introdcution (Background + need of the product)They are based on inertiaKey concepts: moment of inertia, rotational inertiaInertially Stabilized Systems
  4. 4. 1.Introduction (II)1.1 What are they?Inertially Stabilized Systems are systems that through inertia are used to: Stabilizaise objects Stablish new systems of reference Send data about movement and positionInertially Stabilized Systems
  5. 5. 1.Introduction (III)1.2 Gyroscopes and gimbalsGyroscope Gyroscope + GimbalAxis defined in arotating wheel(Roll, pitch, yaw)Inertially Stabilized Systems
  6. 6. Inertially Stabilized Systems
  7. 7. Inertially Stabilized Systems
  8. 8. 1.Introduction (IV)1.3 Types of ISS Gyros and gimbals AccelerometersInertially Stabilized Systems
  9. 9. 2. Abridged Story Second World War, the biggest stimulus Missiles, bombs and all kind of aircrafts.
  10. 10. 2. Abridged Story (II) Space Career was also a great impulse. Guidance Systems are also related.
  11. 11. 3. System Structure Modern platforms have complex structures but we can always identifysimple patterns.
  12. 12. 4. Involved technologies Computers and programming Electronics Warfare Optics Imaging Mechanics and engenering Among othersInertially Stabilized Systems
  13. 13. 5. Actual usesPhotographing and imagingMovement sensorsInertially Stabilized Systems
  14. 14. 5. Actual uses (II)Military usesInertially Stabilized Systems
  15. 15. 5. Actual uses (III)SpacecraftAircraft andnavigationInertially Stabilized Systems
  16. 16. 6. Societal implications and business model The use of ISS is widely spread around the world As a technology alone they are useless, whilst if combined with others theyhave great potential Its use has increased with the arrival of smartphones and with the release ofthe first robots in the markets. Accelerometers are cheap and small, however the use of gyros and gimbalsmakes ISS sophisticated and quite expensive. Summary of uses and applications:Inertially Stabilized Systems• Photographing and imaging• Warfare• Movement sensors• Spacecraft• Aircraft and navigation
  17. 17. 7. ISS in the future Open field with lots of applications. Big interest in R&D. Robots need them to have its own reference system
  18. 18. 8. ConclusionDespite being used as weapons in the past, actually we arebeginning to use them for entertainment (smartphones, massmedia), research (satellites, navigation…)…As the robotic era approaches, ISS are determined to form part ofit by ensuring stabilization and giving chance of having your ownsystem of reference.Inertially Stabilized Systems
  19. 19. 9. Bibliography Andrew Mottes English translation:Newton, Isaac (1846), Newtons Principia : themathematical principles of natural philosophy, New York: Daniel Adee, p. 72 LINDNER, D.K., et al. INtertially STabilized Rifle using Recurve Actuators. , 2002. HANY F. MOKBEL, LV QIONG YING, AMR A.ROSHDY, CAO GUO Hua Dual Axis InertiallyStabilized Platform Inner Gimbal Design Optimization, 2012. HILKERT, J. Inertially Stabilized Platform Technology Concepts and Principles. ControlSystems, IEEE, 2008, vol. 28, no. 1. pp. 26-46. Frank Caron (Aug 2008). “Of gyroscopes and gaming: the tech behind the WiiMotionPlus”, ars technica.Inertially Stabilized Systems
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