Project "BayKoSM – Bayerische Kompetenzen für Schwarm-Missionen" (Bavarian Competences for Swarm Missions)
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Facts & Figures

Development of key technologies for vehicle swarms

- Swarm Missions enable increased robustness, flexibility and cost reduction

- Implementation of novel application scenarios based on swarms

- Research cooperation with universities, research organizations and companies

- Funded by the Bavarian Government

 

Cooperation partners

- AEVO GmbH

- ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH

- Berner & Mattner Systemtechnik GmbH

- Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg

- Zentrum für Telematik e.V.

- ANAVS GmbH (former AMCONAV GmbH)

- Technische Universität München

- Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der angewandten Forschung e.V. / Fraunhofer-Institut für Integrierte Schaltungen (IIS), Erlangen

- Peltron GmbH Peltier-Technik

  

This project ran from 01.03.2012 until 10.09.2014.

AEVO GmbH was project coordinator and responsible for applying its swarm navigation technology to the scenario of debris deorbiting (a video of the demonstration is available on our YouTube channel [link]).

For more information please contact us.

 

Project "Intelligentes FDIR (iFDIR)"
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Facts & Figures

- Software development in the area of Intelligent Fault Detection Isolation & Recovery

- Restructuring of FDIR algorithms as modular Software

- Software implementation and optimization

- Software integration and testing

 

Cooperation partners

- Universität der Bundeswehr München

- ASTRIUM GmbH (now Airbus DS GmbH)

- AEVO GmbH

 

This project ran from 01.12.2013 until 28.02.2014.

AEVO GmbH was responsible for the software development.

For more information please contact us.

 

Project "TAEM - Advanced Terminal Area Energy Management for Reusable Launch Vehicles"
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In cooperation with the Non-Linear Dynamics Group (GDNL) of the Instituto Superior Técnico university in Lisbon AEVO developed a new technology for autonomous guidance during the Terminal Area Energy Management phase of a shuttle-type vehicle, based on the on-board generation of long-range flight trajectories. The technology generates trajectories and the corresponding guidance commands necessary to bring the vehicle into a correct alignment with the landing runaway and allow it to gradually decrease its speed down to a suitable landing speed. The new algorithm was then coupled with an (also new) control algorithm developed by Rui Dilão and João Fonseca at the GDNL. As a proof of concept, the new algorithm was applied to NASA's space shuttle (a demonstration video is available on our YouTube channel [link]).

Cooperation partners

- AEVO GmbH

- Non-Linear Dynamics Group (GDNL) of the Instituto Superior Técnico university

 

For more information on the new control strategy, please contact Rui Dilão (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

For more information on the guidance technology, please contact us.