What is OPS-SAT?
Why integrate AI on a satellite?
Why use FPGAs?
What did we do specifically?
On December 18, at the Guiana Space Center, the OPS-SAT demonstrator was launched into orbit by Arianespace’s Soyuz medium launcher.
How did you feel?
And now what is next?
It’s a fascinating project…
ABOUT THE PARTNERS INSIDE THE CIAR PROJECTS FROM IRT SAINT EXUPERY
Activeeon is a software company offering innovative solutions for job scheduling, workload automation, scalability and machine learning operationalization. For this CIAR project, Activeeon provided its expertise and its off-the-shelf “Machine Learning Open Studio (MLOS)” product to help with the choice of hyperparameters or models to determine which neural networks or other algorithms to use on satellite image detection for the next code to load on OPS-SAT.
AViSTO is a software engineering company. It specializes in complex projects using object oriented technologies, Web and Mobile technologies. To this core skills, AViSTO has gradually added peripheral professions to software development, including DevOps, quality assurance, data science and cybersecurity.
ELSYS Design is an engineering company specializing in the design of embedded systems. It supports innovative projects with high technical added value in the areas of embedded software, microelectronics, electronic boards and embedded systems. Industries covered include space, aeronautics and defense.
Geo4i is a French company specialized in geospatial data management, valorization of geospatial information and imagery analysis in the fields of defence, security and competitive Intelligence.
The expertise of Geo4i embraces different fields like imagery intelligence, geospatial intelligence, geospatial data management, data mining and open data.
Combining 40 years of experience and a unique diversity of expertise, talents and cultures, Thales Alenia Space architects design and deliver high technology solutions for telecommunications, navigation, Earth observation, environmental management, exploration, science and orbital infrastructures. Thales Alenia Space is a Joint Venture between Thales (67%) and Leonardo (33%).
These 5 partners join forces inside the Sophia-Antipolis based CIAR team of the IRT Saint Exupéry.