Artificial Intelligence driven technologies are pushing their limits and moving their attention towards space. An driven space debris-dodging system could soon replace expert teams dealing with mounting concerns over their heads. The orbital collision threats are at a spiking high and it is a good enough reason for driving Artificial Intelligence to space.
Alternative weeks, spacecraft controllers at the European Space Operations in Darmstadt, Germany have to go through regulation checks and also conduct avoidance maneuvers with a significant précis of their 20 low Earth Orbit satellites. “Every collision avoidance manoeuvre is a plaguance,” Krag said. “Not only because of grueling ramped up consumption but also because of the preparation that goes into it. We have to book ground-station passes, which costs lump sum money, sometimes we even have to track off the acquisition of scientific data. We have to have an expert team available round the clock.”
ESA, therefore, asked the global Artificial Intelligence community to help instill a system that would take contentious attempts to prevent alleged space attacks. Artificial Intelligence would be able to provide efficient results and remove the redundancy, according to prolific experts who already worked their way outmaneuvering the space debris.