High-Reliability Autonomous Management Systems for SpacecraftAutor Jianjun Zhang, Jing Li
en Limba Engleză Paperback – 22 aug 2023
Dimensiuni: 152 x 229 mm
Editura: ELSEVIER SCIENCE
Public țintăAerospace departments, and scientific research institutions such as universities and research institutes conduct research on autonomous and other technologies, including college students and graduate students.
Part II Spacecraft Autonomous Health Management 3. Spacecraft Autonomous Health Management Connotation 4. Application Examples of Spacecraft Autonomous Health Management 5. Artificial Intelligence and Health Management 6. Conception of Spacecraft Autonomous Health Management System
Part III Autonomous task management 7. Spacecraft Autonomous Mission Planning Connotation 8. Typical Applications of Spacecraft Autonomous Mission Planning System 9. Conception of Spacecraft Autonomous Mission Management System
Part IV Spacecraft Autonomous Data Management 10. Spacecraft Autonomous Data Management
Jianjun Zhang, PhD, is a Professor at the Beijing Institute of Spacecraft System Engineering, China Academy of Space Technology, Member of the Youth Science Club of China Electronics Society, Member of the Edge Computing Expert of China Electronics Society, Chairman of the "Space (Aerospace) Information Technology," Professional Committee of China Electronics Society, and Member of the Satellite Application Expert Group of China Aerospace Society. He mainly engaged in satellite navigation system design and advanced spatial information system technology based on cognitive mechanism. He has presided over several major projects such as the National Natural Science Foundation's major research project, the final assembly fund, the 863 project, and the development project of the Science and Technology Commission of the China Academy of Space Technology. He has published more than 50 SCI/EI research papers in international journals and conferences, authorized more than 20 invention patents at home and abroad, and published 3 monographs. He won third prize of the National Defense Science and Technology Progress Award.