The Airbus DS NL EuroSim - real-time simulation framework for spacecraft is designed to speed up the spacecraft development cycle by introducing early test feedback. The system has a 20+ years heritage and is the in-house platform at the European Space Technical Centre ESTEC. It is deployable on workstations, servers, desktops, or even single-board computers (SBCs), such as the Raspberry PI.
Originally, the system was developed as part of the European Robotic Arm programme of the European Space Agency for the verification and training activities.
For integration with operational facilities and for hardware-in-the-loop simulation, models can be reused, or coded and integrated with out-of-the-box interfaces and powerful scheduling. Hardware in-the-loop simulation with EuroSim out-of-the-box front-end can lead to higher probability of mission success.
EuroSim’s client-server integration and visualization capabilities can enable an improvement to mission preparedness through validation of training operators and procedures under different scenarios.
- Helpdesk, on-site training, and consultancy services
- OpenIGS Saccades 3D visualization toolkit for space applications
- Generic Guidance and Navigation Simulation modelling framework
- Out-of-the-box hardware in the loop interfaces
- Pre-built equipment and environment models
- Graphical User Interface (GUI) supported workflow, from simulation definition to analysis
- Model Integration in C, C++, Fortran, Ada, and ESA standards
- Batch execution in C, C++, Python, Java, Tcl, Perl
- Real-time multicore scheduling and interrupt handling
- Extensive client-server integration with external tools
- Powerful real-time scripting and error injection support.
- High-performance record and playback services
Special front-ends for spacecraft equipment.
Custom development of models, simulators, test and training equipment.
The system has achieved heritage.
Space programs: Automated Transfer Vehicle, Herschel, Gaia, Tropomi and more recently Euclid, Dream Chaser and NAOS.
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Last updated: 2021-09-23