Towards a Cubesat Autonomicity Capability Model A Roadmap for Autonomicity in Cubesats

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Abstract

Abstract — The paper presents an autonomic / self-managingmodel, which can be used in cubesat development to makecubesats self-configuring, self-healing, self-optimizing and selfprotecting.Autonomous and self-managing systems haveemerged in multiple domains, e.g., autonomous ground andaerial vehicles. So far, there is no standard model as to how todesign and implement self-managing, autonomous systems. Inthis paper, we are going to look at how autonomic computingcan be applied in unmanned systems and how it can be adaptedand applied to the cubesat space industry. Spacecraft alwaysoperate in remote environments whereby human intervention isinfeasible and therefore making them autonomic is not a nichefeature, but a required paradigm change for future satellites. Anautonomic capability level model for cubesats is proposed in thispaper, which can assist cubesat developers gradually increasethe use of autonomic features in satellite and cubesat systems.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Pages34-43
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 18 Feb 2018
EventThe Tenth International Conference on Adaptive and Self-Adaptive Systems and Applications (ADAPTIVE 2018) - Barcelona, Spain
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ConferenceThe Tenth International Conference on Adaptive and Self-Adaptive Systems and Applications (ADAPTIVE 2018)
Period18/02/18 → …

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Keywords

  • Autonomic Systems
  • Cubesats

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Gama, C, Sterritt, R, Wilkie, G & Hawe, G 2018, Towards a Cubesat Autonomicity Capability Model A Roadmap for Autonomicity in Cubesats. in Unknown Host Publication. pp. 34-43, The Tenth International Conference on Adaptive and Self-Adaptive Systems and Applications (ADAPTIVE 2018), 18/02/18.

Towards a Cubesat Autonomicity Capability Model A Roadmap for Autonomicity in Cubesats. / Gama, Clement; Sterritt, Roy; Wilkie, George; Hawe, Glenn.

Unknown Host Publication. 2018. p. 34-43.

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