ACCEDE Workshop CONTENT

TAS Experience with AEC Devices in Launcher applications

TAS’ Experience with AEC Devices in Launcher Applications

Luis de Pablo Martinez
December 3, 2019
0
This document will detail the TAS’s experience with automotive devices in the frame of launcher applications (Ariane-6 & VEGA). Main findings in constructional analysis (more than 90 constructional analysis done), incoming visual and Fischerscope and compariso...
Status of the ESA COTS initiative

Status of the ESA COTS initiative

Mikko Nikulainen
November 18, 2019
0
To meet the opportunities and challenges arising in the context of future space systems, digital and mass manufacturing revolution, emerging space markets and high pressure to reduce cost; an ESA COTS Steering Committee was established in 2018. The Steering C...
ST value proposition for New Space

ST value proposition for New Space

Thibault Brunet
December 3, 2019
0
New Space more and more looks like a large continuum ranging from unique cubesat with low criticality and mission profile up to small constellation with requirements close to traditional GEOsat, via large constellations focusing on the cost of ownership of a s...
Space Insurer current view on COTS

Space Insurer current view on COTS

Denis Bousquet
December 3, 2019
0
AXAXL, a leading space insurer, benefits from a large amount of historical data and is able to deeply analyse satellite failure statistics. When contemplating the usage of COTS, these data are helpful to address some questions to the space community, to und...
Small Satellites Demand Innovation in Reliability

Small Satellites Demand Innovation in Reliability

Harald Schone
November 21, 2019
0
SmallSats use predominantly commercial electronics and specialized custom miniaturized subsystems out of the primary need to fit volumetric constraints and meet tough power efficiency targets. Using commercial electronics poses a major challenge as the radiati...
Feedback about the Nanosat ANGELS

Parts Quality Assurance on Nanosat

Arnaud Dufour
December 3, 2019
0
A nanosatellite called ANGELS was developed by CNES. The parts procurement policy of this project will be presented. The confidence in the commercial parts of this project is based on 3 pillars: a careful selection, radiation tests and reliability tests at boa...
Needs and requirements of COTS at Inmarsat

Needs and requirements of COTS at Inmarsat

Kristiina Jokela
December 3, 2019
0
Inmarsat, as the pioneer and world leader in mobile satellite communications, is pleased to see the technological advancements in the manufacturing and use of COTS for space applications. Use of COTS is considered one the enabling technologies for seizing mark...
LOW-COST and High-Flexibility SEL Testing Unit

LOW-COST and High-Flexibility SEL Testing Unit

Gaizka Eiguren
December 3, 2019
0
Space industry is changing very fast since the last few years. With the explosion of the information society a lot of new players have come into the space market. Thanks to them, customers are demanding better specifications and lower prices. This situation is...
Lead-free Transition for the European Space Sector

Lead-free Transition for the European Space Sector

Agustin Coello
November 18, 2019
0
The European Space Sector can no longer avoid the need to plan and implement a managed transition to lead-free electronics. This stimulus comes from two fronts: Regulatory and Market pressures. In the Regulatory front while the Space Sector was out of scope...
Irradiation test facilities for COTS EEE components

Irradiation test facilities for COTS EEE components

Alessandra Costantino
November 18, 2019
0
With the growing consideration of COTS EEE components for space applications, SEE radiation testing will be a challenge. Due to the dense, complex circuits in Flip-Chip, hybrids or plastic packages with Cu bond wires, the opening of such packages is either imp...
Guidelines for using COTS Components

Guidelines for using COTS Components

Ferdinando Tonicello
December 3, 2019
0
The presentation will address the application of COTS components and modules in modules, equipment or subsystems of different criticality categories for ESA institutional missions. The work has been performed by a dedicated ESA working group, including a po...
CNES & ESA – ECSS-Q-ST-60-13 REVISION

ECSS standard about commercial parts procurement

Charlene Doucet
December 3, 2019
0
A new issue of the standard ECSS-Q-ST-60-13 is currently in preparation. Three main topics will be introduced in this new issue: the parts with pure tin termination, the recognition of the AEC-Q levels and the use of passive commercial parts. These 3 topics wi...
Scanning Acoustic Microscopy

CSAM Techniques for COTS Validation

Francisco Javier Aparicio Rebollo
December 3, 2019
0
The introduction of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) parts in the military industry paved the way for the use of plastic encapsulated systems in spacecraft systems. Thus, nowadays such components are experiencing a growing use in space applications. However, th...
COTS Lifetime extension for the New Space market

COTS Lifetime extension for the New Space market

Roberto Manuel Cibils
December 3, 2019
0
The market for the large-scale production of low-cost satellites for supplying the constellations of the New Space initiative promise to have exponential growth. Part of the merit for the emergence of this new philosophy of commercial use of space belongs to...
Overview of use of COTS

COTS in Space

Dan Friedlander
December 3, 2019
0
The main barrier to implementing a new methodology for using COTS in space applications is Resistance to Change. Overcoming barriers and debunking well rooted myths, instead of resisting a change, are the way to a proper practical solution to meet present and...
COTS In Defence

COTS in Defence

Patrick Langlois
December 3, 2019
0
This presentation will highlight the interest to use COTS for defence, describe some of the specificities and challenges associated with the introduction of COTS in military equipment and conclude with some recommendations and roadmap to support European non-d...
COTS for Space – an ADI perspective

COTS for Space – an ADI perspective

Jim Ryan
December 3, 2019
0
The electronic content of satellites is expanding exponentially in both traditional GEO satellite signal processing applications as well as LEO small satellite constellations that will provide internet access from any point on the planet. These new ambitious...
Abstract Manufacturing Guidelines for COTS in space

Abstract Manufacturing Guidelines for COTS in space

Frederik Kuechen
November 18, 2019
0
New Space enforces new efficient processes and materials in many areas. To meet the goals COTS materials and parts are mandatory. In order to develop those new processes TESAT has put together engineers from system development, parts engineering and manufactur...
doEEEt.com
Send