Model Docking Missions
Join us to learn how Ansys tools can model docking missions and simulate the sensor responses for cameras and lidars, leveraging our GPU solvers.
About this Webinar
Vehicles might need to dock to other vehicles or devices for data transfer, servicing, or instrumentation installation, whether it's a submarine, a UAV, or a satellite. Successful spacecraft docking requires precise control and coordination of various subsystems to avoid any damage between the participants. For that reason, an automated process can minimize the effect of environmental variations and make the docking process smoother and more reliable.
The docking automation requires advanced algorithms trained with thousands of high-fidelity synthetic data frames. Simulation is an essential activity for the future of rendezvous and docking missions, helping to create and simulate unlimited scenario variations in a safe environment to train AI/ML algorithms to perform this crucial task.
Join us to learn how Ansys tools model docking missions and simulate the sensor responses for cameras and lidars, leveraging our GPU solvers.
What You’ll Learn
- Understand the principles and concepts of autonomous docking technology, including the subsystems involved, the challenges faced, and the methods used to overcome them
- Design and implement a simulation model of autonomous docking, including the ability to model the physical properties of the spacecraft, the environment, and the docking process
- Develop proficiency in simulating the autonomous docking process, including modeling optical sensors such as camera and LiDAR