31 May 2006 Automated rendezvous and docking operations evaluations
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Proceedings Volume 6221, Modeling, Simulation, and Verification of Space-based Systems III; 62210C (2006); doi: 10.1117/12.668352
Event: Defense and Security Symposium, 2006, Orlando (Kissimmee), Florida, United States
Abstract
Automated rendezvous and docking (AR&D) is an activity that is vital to NASA's future endeavors. A team of NASA engineers has created a test bed that allows sensor systems to be tested but also incorporates operator interfaces in order to evaluate the information required by an operator to oversee automated systems. Several sensors have been run through the test bed and more are scheduled in the future. The test bed will be described along with the operator interfaces and results of sensor testing.
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Marlin Williamson, Nick Johnston, Richard T. Howard, Drew P. Hall, Joseph Gaines, Katherine Chavis, "Automated rendezvous and docking operations evaluations", Proc. SPIE 6221, Modeling, Simulation, and Verification of Space-based Systems III, 62210C (31 May 2006); doi: 10.1117/12.668352; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.668352
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