Workshops

Help design the future of Urban Air Mobility


4 MAR
09h30

Students will be encouraged to provide feedback on the needs of the Urban Aerial Mobility market through the analysis of existing prototypes (EHANG, JOBY S4, VAHANA, LILIUM, Vertical Aerospace ...) in order to address the notion of needs specification (O what should the product we are going to design? Missions, environmental impacts, respective footprint, etc.?). In addition, students will analyze the different concepts involved and their specificities with Vincent's guidance and questions. Finally, there will be a discussion about the sizing of such a product.


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Vincent Routhieau

15-20

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In-orbit logistics!


4 MAR
11h30

Although we do not usually notice it, logistics are essential to the success of any event, activity or mission. In Space, logistics play an even more crucial role and are a challenge that must be overcome. In this workshop you will learn about In-orbit logistics from a company that already completed many successful launches and operations.


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Bruno Carvalho

30-40

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Workshop de Yoga


4 MAR
18h00

In this workshop you will be able to relax after another day of making contacts and gaining knowledge. The importance of Yoga practice and its different modalities will be explained to you, followed by a joint practice that you will not want to miss

In the end, we will raffle a voucher and the winner will receive a month of Yoga classes!


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Inês Vilhena

20-40

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Missão Clearspace


5 MAR
10h00

In nearly 60 years of space activities, more than 5,550 launches have resulted in some 42,000 objects being tracked in orbit, of which about 23,000 remain in space and are regularly followed.
The target of the ClearSpace-1 mission is the Vespa (Vega Secondary Payload Adapter). This object was left in a phase-out orbit of approximately 801 km by 664 km altitude, in accordance with space debris mitigation regulations, after the second Vega flight in 2013. With a mass of 112 kg, the Vespa target has an approximate size of a small satellite.
In this workshop, Critical Software will expose some details of the architecture that will be the basis of the flight software of the ClearSpace-1 spacecraft's central computer as well as details of the software development planning.


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Mauro Gameiro

20-25

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