Fourth Newsletter

Thales Alenia Space delivers cost-effective solutions for telecommunications, navigation, Earth observation, environmental management, exploration, science and orbital infrastructures. Governments and private industry alike count on Thales Alenia Space to design satellite-based systems that provide anytime, anywhere connections and positioning, monitor our planet, enhance management of its resources, and explore our Solar System and beyond.

The Thales Alenia Space Use Case is exploring the capacity of AI to enhance the classical on-board FDIR (Failure Detection Isolation and Recovery) which is currently in charge of on-board anomaly monitoring and diagnostic, thanks to preventive failure monitoring and prognostics. This approach leverages on recent works exploring the processing of spacecraft telemetries to support Operations teams in detecting unexpected behaviors or situations thanks to AI capabilities, but goes one step further as it consists of performing the inference on-board, thanks to a Trustworthy AI implemented within the system itself, and thus having access to all the on-board parameters.

 

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Fourth Newsletter

Thales Alenia Space delivers cost-effective solutions for telecommunications, navigation, Earth observation, environmental management, exploration, science and orbital infrastructures. Governments

Francisco Fraile

AI-Powered Human-Centred Robot Interactions for Smart Manufacturing Francisco Fraile is an associate professor and senior

Serge Gratton

Multilevel Physics Informed Methods Serge Gratton is a Professor of Exceptional Class in Applied Mathematics