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Ansys 2022 R2: ODTK and Deep Space Mission Planning, Surface Vehicle Positioning, and Satellite Deployment

Join Dr. James Woodburn, Chief Orbital Scientist for Ansys, as he discusses the new ODTK features. Dr. Woodburn specializes in software development focusing on visibility analysis, orbital conjunctions, orbit propagation, and orbit determination. He'll review the new features that extend capabilities in deep space mission planning and execution, surface vehicle positioning, and satellite deployment from a tracked host vehicle.

Time:
October 12, 2022
11 AM EDT / 4 PM BST / 8:30 PM IST

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About this Webinar

The new ODTK release provides an exciting set of new and enhanced features that extend capabilities in deep space mission planning and execution, surface vehicle positioning, and satellite deployment from a tracked host vehicle.

During this webinar, we'll examine how these enhancements enable several new mission scenarios. We’ll see how a spacecraft performing a flyby of an asteroid can be used to estimate the mass of the asteroid. We’ll estimate the trajectory of a ship tracked by Earth-orbiting satellites and the movement of a lunar rover tracked by Earth-based ground stations and lunar orbiting satellites, and we’ll demonstrate the establishment of satellite formation through the deployment of node spacecraft from a central hub. Additionally, we'll share examples of ODTK containerization within the Linux environment.

Join us on October 12th to learn more about ODTK!

What you will learn

  • Deep space mission planning and execution
  • Surface vehicle positioning 
  • Satellite deployment from a tracked host vehicle 
  • ODTK containerization within the Linux environment

Who should attend

Individuals who desire to learn more about ODTK, deep space mission planning and execution, surface vehicle positioning, and satellite deployment. 

Speakers

  • Dr. James Woodburn, Chief Orbital Scientist