Join us at the next MRM with invited speaker MARCS PhD Candidate Nicholas Ralph as he discusses Exploring Space Situational Awareness using Neuromorphic Event-based Cameras.
NOTE: Please note this week's MRM is online only due to COVID.
Zoom ID: 839 6390 0819
11am-12pm - MARCS Research Meeting
Topic: Exploring Space Situational Awareness using Neuromorphic Event-based Cameras
Speaker: PhD Candidate Nicholas Ralph
Earth orbit is a limited natural resource that hosts a vast range of vital space-based systems that support the international community's national, commercial and defence interests. This resource is rapidly becoming depleted with over-crowding in high demand orbital slots and a growing presence of space debris. My thesis explores this space situational awareness (SSA) challenge using neuromorphic event-based cameras. In this presentation, I will demonstrate the FIESTA algorithm as a robust, real-time and principled approach to optical SSA to detect, localise and track resident space objects accurately and timely. I will also present the dithering mirror telescope add-on, which is being developed to improve the signal-to-noise ratio of the event-based camera.
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Link to zoom https://uws.zoom.us/j/83963900819?pwd=bDl5cVVkQWV2d1g4R2xaRFBtYTJiQT09