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Satellite Electric Power Subsystem (EPS) is a vital subsystem providing the power required for mission

Satellite present in an orbit should be operated continuously during its life span. All the satellites require internal power in order to operate various electronic systems and communications payloads that are present in it. The Electrical Power System (EPS) is a vital subsystem whose primary role is to supply satellite …

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MIL-STD-810 standards ensure electronic systems designed, manufactured, and tested to battle harsh defense and aerospace conditions

MIL-STD 810 is a Department of Defense Test Method Standard for environmental engineering considerations and laboratory tests. It is the most popular Military specification used to conduct environmental testing of military products. Given the fact that these products may be exposed to harsh or even extreme conditions, their reliability under …

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Undersea Warfare Training Range (USWTR) is enhancing US Navy’s ASW training effectiveness

Anti-submarine Warfare is Critical for US Navy. Submarines still pose a threat to seaborne forces.  More than 90% of joint military equipment (Army, Air Force, Marines) still flows by sea. A great deal of humanitarian aid (tsunami relief, hurricane relief, humanitarian evacuation) comes by sea. Therefore to defend our nation, …

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UK Cyber Security Strategy emphasizes Defence , Deterrence and Cyber technology development

The rapid development of digitalized services and online shopping in the UK has been paralleled with significant growth in cybercrime, leading to greater spending on security in public and private sectors. Organizations’ IT footprints have also become increasingly complex, driving demand for more sophisticated and bespoke cyber solutions.   There …

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Military Aerospace material requirements and technologies

According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the demand for air travel rose by 7.4% in 2018 from 2017 levels. Air passengers accounted for 81.9% of the load factor on aircrafts, while freight load was 49.3%, the IATA data reveals. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has created turmoil in the …

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Solar sail propulsion for Deep Space Exploration

Spacecraft propulsion is any device which is used to propel spacecraft and artificial satellites.  Satellite propulsion or in-space propulsion exclusively deals with propulsion systems used in the vacuum of space. Space propulsion is a method used to accelerate spacecraft or artificial satellites. The function of the propulsion system is to …

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Aircraft Airworthiness, Certification Requirements, processes and tests

Every Aircraft that moves from the designed and manufactured state into an accepted and authorized safe flying state requires certification.  Any new aircraft designed by a manufacturer will need to be submitted to appropriate regulatory authorities for testing for a type certificate. In the US this is the FAA (Federal …

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Enabling technologies of In-Space Assembly (OOS / ISA), automated satellite on-orbit servicing (OOS) and Robotic Manufacturing and Assembly (IRMA)

In the history of spaceflight, almost all spacecraft have been manufactured and assembled on the ground, then integrated into a launch vehicle for delivery into orbit. This approach imposes significant limitations on the size, volume, and design of payloads that can be accommodated within the fairing of a single launch …

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Satellite Image Analysis using Deep learning methods enables Automatic Target Recognition ( ATR) of military targets

Despite substantial advances in global human well-being, the world continues to experience humanitarian crises and natural disasters. Long-term conflicts affect people in many parts of the world, but often, accurate maps of the affected regions either do not exist or are outdated by disaster or conflict. Satellite imagery is readily …

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Secure Satellite communications in Arctic for military as it is becoming arena of competition and militarization

As Global warming is melting the Arctic ice, and opening up new shipping trade routes and real estate, intense resource competition over an estimated $1 trillion untapped reserves of oil, natural gas and minerals has started. Human activities have grown in the Arctic by almost 400 percent in the last …

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