Whitepaper: How Space Robotics Benefits from the World Standard for Motion Communications
How Space Robotics Benefits from the World Standard for Motion Communications
Martin Rostan, EtherCAT Technology Group; Dr. Gerhard Grunwald, DLR German Aerospace Center; Valeri Kirischian, Ph.D, MDA (MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates); Steffen Schwarz, Jena-Optronik; Imran Aslam, MDA (MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates), David M. Hiemstra, (MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates); Thomas Rettig, Beckhoff Automation; Chris Thayer, motiv space systems; Alexander Beyer, DLR German Aerospace Center; Greg Jimmerson, Tethers Unlimited; Manfred Schedl, DLR German Aerospace Center
Space-specific communication technologies only partially meet the technical needs of space robotics and have disadvantages in terms of the strategic demands for openness, vendor diversity, and cost. EtherCAT is the Ethernet-based world standard for motion communication also widely used for robotics. The whitepaper describes how EtherCAT meets the specific requirements of space robotics. Moreover, we show how the space industry benefits from agreeing on this technology for robotics.
|Whitepaper: How Space Robotics Benefits from the World Standard for Motion Communications||EN||2022年4月4日||0,53 MB|