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June, 2022

  • 27 June

    Autonomous shipping or Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) is the future of the maritime industry

    Autonomous ships refer to the ships that are remote built ships where operations are performed by remote control mechanism. These operations are operated by the humans located at the shore. Autonomous requires high quality systems and reliable communication system which work with the assistance of connectivity, control algorism and sensor …

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  • 26 June

    Optics and Photonics in Space

    Photonics is rapidly transforming into an enabling space technology with potential to cross-fertilize multiple markets in the space domain. Among them: navigation, remote sensing and telecommunications, as well as ground-breaking scientific and planetary exploration missions.   Because of advantages related to bandwidth, mass, power consumption, beam size and immunity to …

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  • 26 June

    Quantum Imaging technique can have military applications, US and China racing to deploy quantum ghost imaging in satellites for stealth plane tracking

    Today, we are witnessing the second quantum revolution, where quantum states, which can exhibit superposition and entanglement, are harnessed for quantum technological applications. Quantum Sensing exploits the high sensitivity of quantum systems to external disturbances to develop highly sensitive sensors.   Breaking the limitations of today’s established imaging schemes is a …

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  • 25 June

    Space risks to Astronauts in Deep missions

    What exactly happens to the body in space and what are the risks? Are the risks the same for astronauts who spend six months on the space station versus those who may be away on a Mars mission for years? The simple answer is “no.” NASA is researching risks for …

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  • 25 June

    Nanosatellite and Microsatellite Market growth and trends

    Nanosatellite and microsatellite refer to miniaturized satellites in terms of size and weight, in the range of 1-10 Kg and 10-100 kg, respectively. ‘CubeSat’ is one of the most popular types of miniaturized satellites. These are the fastest growing segments in the satellite industry. One of the major advantages of nano …

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  • 24 June

    Satellite Communication complement 5G terrestrial networks in unserved or under-served areas and for Military

    It is projected that soon we will have online more than 6 billion people, 30 billion devices and 50 billion machines. We are moving towards fully “connected world” that’s essentially everyone and everything connected, across every geography, supporting every application from consumer broadband, mobile gaming and connected cars to global …

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  • 24 June

    Satellite Gateway and Hub technology trends

    Internet access has historically been terrestrial or based on networks, such as fiber or other data cabling that is based on the ground.  Cellular data is another common method of providing internet access. Satellite Internet access is Internet access provided through communication satellites. Satellite connections are often employed in remote …

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  • 23 June

    Software-Defined Networks (SDN) based Satellite Networks

    Satellite communication offers a number of advantages over traditional terrestrial point-to-point networks. Satellite networks can cover wide geographic areas and can interconnect remote terrestrial networks (“islands”). In the case of damaged terrestrial networks, satellite links provide an alternative. Satellites have a natural broadcast capability and thus facilitate multicast communication. Finally, …

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  • 23 June

    Global growth in Microsatellite and Nanosatellite constellations spurred by Space Internet, Navigation, Remote sensing and Security

    Nanosatellite and microsatellite refer to miniaturized satellites in terms of size and weight.  Microsatellites are artificial satellites, with a mass of 11–100 kg (including fuel mass) while nanosatellites are artificial satellites weighing between 1 and 10 kg, and measuring around 30 cm × 10 cm × 10 cm. ‘CubeSat’ is …

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  • 22 June

    Inverse design in photonics

    The design of digital circuits is currently dominated by hardware description languages such as Verilog and VHDL. This automation of circuit design has enabled the development of modern computer processors with billions of transistors.   Integrated photonic devices, on the other hand, are still designed by hand. A designer first picks …

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