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Simplifying The Design Of Smallsat Space Missions Using Innovative Tools And Platforms: beeKit and beeApp

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posted on 07.07.2020, 14:26 by Lucille Baudet, Daniel Sors Raurell, Jorge Cano Martinez
There are three main barriers in the space sector that slow down the development of space applications, science and technology:highcosts,consuming paperwork and complex technology.Open Cosmos tackles these barriers, putting satellite technology in the hands of more people than ever before. This is achieved with ​bee ​Kit, a payload hardware emulator platform, and​ bee ​App, a cloud-based mission and system simulator software. By using standardised interfaces and processes together with industry best practices, the entire development of a mission can be simplified massively reducing cost and time to orbit and opening space access to a broader and more diverse audience.

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Citation

Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on Space Educational Activities, 2019, pp. 51-55

Source

3rd Symposium on Space Educational Activities, September 16-18, 2019, Leicester, United Kingdom

Version

VoR (Version of Record)

Published in

Proceedings of the 3rd Symposium on Space Educational Activities

Pagination

51-55

Publisher

University of Leicester

isbn

978-1-912989-09-6

Copyright date

2020

Available date

15/04/2020

Notes

Symposium organised by: University of Leicester, UK Students for the Exploration & Development of Space, National Space Academy, ESA Education Office

Editors

Nigel Bannister, Áine O’Brien, Alexander Kinnaird

Spatial coverage

University of Leicester, UK

Temporal coverage: start date

16/09/2019

Temporal coverage: end date

18/09/2019

Language

en