AI is the game-changer technology for various industries, including the space industry. Space agencies and governments are utilizing AI-powered technologies to collect imaging data associated with space exploration.
Fremont, CA: Though astronauts go under strict training and practices to prepare themselves for extreme space situations, living in a confined space with zero gravity is not always as exciting as it may seem. It can often be very stressful and can trick astronauts’ decision-making processes. This is where AI steps in.
Let us look at how AI can help astronauts in the galaxy:
Game-Changer Technology in Space Exploration
AI is the game-changer technology for various industries, including the space industry. Space agencies and governments are utilizing AI-powered technologies to collect imaging data associated with space exploration. Government agencies are also turning to Robotica to bolster modern surveillance, detect and mitigate risks, and evaluate the collected data.
The dynamic spectrum usage, which is a method of improving the spectrum efficiency of the connectivity through real-time adjustments, is another significant AI application in the space industry. When it comes to space exploration, satellites are now able to transmit data utilizing appropriate frequencies, and deep learning technology has streamlined this communication. As per a report, the technology utilized for RLAN can lower the chance of interference as well as increase spectral efficiency.
Navigating Space Travel
In order to navigate space travel efficaciously, NASA is making continuous efforts to leverage AI. Previously, NASA has awarded $330,000 as a research grant to a team for developing an AI that can guide the spaceships in space. This autonomous navigation leveraged Ethereum blockchain technology to create secure, cognitive networking, as well as computing infrastructure for deep space exploration. At the same time, NASA has developed an AI upgrade, namely AEGIS (Autonomous Exploration for Gathering Increased Science). It enables the automation of the laser-firing capabilities of the rover. With its ability to increase the pace in data collection, AI can be a great tool for monitoring the spacecraft and reducing downtime.