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SIF 3: Workshop Preparation

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Preparation for the NOW - WOW - HOW Workshop by Johan Bergström and Mattias Bergström from LTU Business

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SIF 3: Workshop Preparation

  1. 1. “What you foresee is what you get” Mattias Bergström Johan Bergström Innovation workshop
  2. 2. Why? • The aim is to: – Create networking, collaboration and innovation in the space industry – Create ideas on how to move forward in different interest areas for You, the participants of the conference. – Create groups of people dedicated to take on the identified challenges within the interest area
  3. 3. What? • Afour hour facilitated workshop • Work together in teams of 4-5 people in a structured process. • Create ideas that engage others outside the team.
  4. 4. How? • Workshop process has three stages – NOW. – WOW! – HOW? • We will facilitate you throughout the workshop. • Presentation on canvas board for other groups to see, get inspired by and sign up for the future. • Time schedule – 8.00-13.00 (with fika on the fly after 9.30 and walkaround lunch)
  5. 5. Rules of the ”game” • Play the game – Go with the flow • Be present – In body and mind • Be open minded – Say yes • Be positive – SayAnd (not But) • Contribute – To the team & To the topic • Turn on your empathy – Listen, Be curious &Ask questions
  6. 6. Subjects from SIF 2 • Satellite management systems - Solutions to meet the demand of ”new” customers within the satellite business (antenna parks, ground stations) - We need to handle ”Big Data” -Automation - Low latency - Orbit debris mitigation (ex. de-orbit capability) - Ground segment suitable for low cost nanosatellite missions (e.g. network of ground stations, autonomous operation…..) - Software Defined Radio: Both for ground communication and for Inter-Satellite Links - Cost-efficient solutions for ground segment increasingly important - High speed communication links (both to ground and ISL) and ”ad- hoc” networking
  7. 7. Subjects from SIF 2 • Science services – more science to the scientists! - How can we contribute to Scientific projects all over the world? - technical tests - robotic play ground - support the science community (instruments, experiments, subsystems for rockets)
  8. 8. Subjects from SIF 2 • launch satellites into orbit - Dedicated, standardized and regular European launch opportunities - Combine launches
  9. 9. Subjects from SIF 2 • Design satellite platforms - Use of COTS / PEM microcircuits for very low cost projects - Nanosatellites (educational purposes, testing of new techniques in space)
  10. 10. Subjects from SIF 2 • Instrument design - Terahertz components, signal processing, antenna systems. - Thermal solutions and composite structures. - Optical test and verification methods - Electro-chemical processes - High resolution sensors (primarily for earth observation) - Excellent scientific performance - better than the competitors - High reliability - Low mass / small volume - Low power consumption -Ability to meet all mission requirements: Functional, Mechanical, Electrical / EMI, Thermal, Radiation
  11. 11. Subjects from SIF 2 • Telecommunication - onboard GNSS navigation - Co-location of several satellites within the same operational slot -Astrong need to develop strategies for autonomous co-location of telecommunications satellites with on-board GNSS and Electric Propulsion Clear trend towards S-band and X-band
  12. 12. Subjects from SIF 2 • Formation flying - Increasing demand for Inter-Satellite links (formation flying or constellations) - multi-spacecraft formation -All these three areas are strongly interrelated and treat problems that will be necessary to tackle for any future Multi-Spacecraft application: How will the formation be controlled? How can the participants cooperate in the best way? How is this done while maintaining mission safety?
  13. 13. Subjects from SIF 2 • Future Product Targets - Reduced product cost - Reduced weight - Reduced development time - Improved performance
  14. 14. Subjects from SIF 2 • Technology Challenges - Manufacturing methods −Additive manufacturing (AM), welding, milling.. - Process simulation −AM, welding, forming… - Non-destructive testing/ inspection -Automation − Integrated manufacturing and inspection - New materials − High grade aluminium, stainless steel, composites - Design methods − Performance, robustness, validation/verification/qualification - Suppliers − Precision casting, sheet metal forming, forging…
  15. 15. Subjects from SIF 2 • Propulsion - Several low to moderate delta-V systems are being developed, some IODs performed - Development of high delta-V capability systems are needed - Platforms with electric propulsion - Propulsion capability
  16. 16. Subjects from SIF 2 • “DownstreamApplication” based on satellite data - satellite images - positioning data
  17. 17. Vote for your favourite subject Go to www.menti.com and use the code 59 45 5 Use 100% to vote for your favourite subject(s) ex: you can vote for one subject with 100% or divide your vote on multiple subjects (60-30-10) You can only vote once

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