Space and Planetary Exploration Laboratory (SPEL) was built in 2011 in the Electrical Engineering Department of the University of Chile to serve as the headquarters of the design, construction, development and test of the first chilean nanosatellite, SUChAI. Since that year, many students have contributed to the SUChAI project and others, extending the areas of the laboratory. Currently, SPEL has strong relations with the Radio Astronomy Instrumentation Group, Physics Department, Geophysics Department, Astronomy Department and Mechanical Engineering Department at Faculty of Physics and Mathematical Sciences (FCFM), Univeristy of Chile and Physics Department at University of Santiago of Chile.
"An architecture-tracking approach to evaluate a modular and extensible flight software for CubeSat nanosatellites" is now online. Software visualization can improve monitoring the architecture of flight software for satellites. https://t.co/guTNuuPhAq @SPEL_UCHILE @dccuchile
This week end I worked on using artificial intelligence to architect communication within a constellation of satellites. We live in such a great time! Together with @SPEL_UCHILE and @dccuchile Made in @pharoproject and https://t.co/s9C7oFKj6H