Innovative technologies (hardware or software) that offer disruptive or cross-cutting capabilities for the next generation of small spacecraft missions.

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2011
Wednesday, August 10th
2:30 PM

InSAR Microsatellite Constellations Enabled by Formation Flying and Onboard Processing Capabilities

Erica Peterson, University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies
Robert Zee, University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies
Georgia Fotopoulos, University of Texas at Dallas

2:30 PM

2:45 PM

In-Space Demonstration of High Performance Green Propulsion and its Impact on Small Satellites

Kjell Anflo, ECAPS AB Sweden
Ben Crowe, ECAPS AB Sweden

2:45 PM

3:00 PM

Development of a Comprehensive Mission Operations System Designed to Operate Multiple Small Satellites

Trevor Sorensen, University of Hawaii
Eric Pilger, University of Hawaii
Mark Wood, University of Hawaii
Miguel Nunes, University of Hawaii
Bruce Yost, NASA Ames Research Center

3:00 PM

3:15 PM

Development of the Pico Star Tracker ST-200 – Design Challenges and Road Ahead

Tom Segert, Berlin Space Technologies GmbH
Steven Engelen, Delft University of Technology, SYSPA B.V.
Matthias Buhl, Berlin Space Technologies GmbH
Bert Monna, SYSPA B.V.

3:15 PM

3:30 PM

Rapid Development of Electronic Systems for Space Applications

Brett McMickell, Honeywell Engineering and Technology
Thom Kreider, Honeywell Engineering and Technology
Lindsay Harding, Honeywell Engineering and Technology
Ron Strong, Honeywell Engineering and Technology
Kosta Ilic, National Instruments
Brad Mouring, National Instruments

3:30 PM

3:45 PM

Radiation Hardened by Design 8 bit RISC with Dual I2C Bus Support and SPI for External NVM Support

Sasan Ardalan, Micro-RDC
Donald Elkins, Micro-RDC
Will Burke, Micro-RDC
Richard Marquez, Air Force Research Laboratory

3:45 PM