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Resilient Autonomous Systems: Life-Cycle Design, Metrics and Simulation-based Assessment, Phase I

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With more ambitious space exploration programs, which aggressively push the envelope beyond lunar missions, it is therefore projected that a shift in mission planning and system design is necessary for addressing this new breed of resiliency-oriented challenges An opportunity exists to support the NASA in the development of a framework for the assessment and life-cycle design of more resilient autonomous space habitats. Global Technology Connection, Inc. (GTC), in collaboration with the Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory (ASDL) at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), seeks to develop a state-of-the-art capability focused on providing an a resilience assessment framework, including a set of application-relevant metrics, analysis algorithms, as well as computational tools, which would demonstrate the modeling and simulation-based approach on design space exploration and optimization for a resilient SoS space habitat application. Overview of the analysis framework that will be leveraged and evolved to realize this opportunity has been discussed in detail in the proposal. More »

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