Space Engineering (Advanced) (AERO5700)

UNIT OF STUDY

Planetary observation using robotics and intelligents systems will grow in importance over the next decade. These systems can take the form of either intelligent spacecraft, robotic air vehicles or planetary rovers. In this subject we will study a wide range of robotic spacecraft systems that are used for planetary observation and focus on their specifications as well as their internal systems. From a practical perspective will be working hands on with the Mars Rover developed at the University of Sydney to study the various intelligent components and how they come together.

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Classes

2 hr of lectures per week, 2hr of tutorials per week

Assessment

Through semester assessment (100%)

Faculty/department permission required?

No

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Prerequisites and assumed knowledge

AERO3760

Assumed knowledge: AERO3760

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