Carnegie Mellon Studies Distributed Computing For Nanosats

Nanosatellites can’t exploit all of the data they gather due to space, power and downlink limitations.
Credit: Spire
Carnegie Mellon University has launched an initiative to study a distributed computing architecture for nanosatellites. Nanosatellites are space-, power- and downlink constrained. So researchers at the university have proposed an “Orbital Edge Computing” architecture that would allow the small...

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