(Rev. 1.0) - CanSat Competition

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CanSat 2014
Critical Design Review (CDR)
Outline
Version 1.0
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Presentation Outline
• Provide a simple outline of the presentation
• If possible, indicate the team member(s) who will be
presenting each section
• Terms:
– Container refers to the Re-entry Container component
of the CanSat
– Payload refers to the Science Payload component of
the CanSat
IMPORTANT PRESENTATION GUIDELINE:
Teams should only present charts with this star icon during the
teleconference. Other charts should be skipped to save time; they will be
reviewed by the judges off line.
Presentations are to be 30 minutes in length.
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Team Organization
Single slide listing the team members and their roles
– If possible, please include year (freshman, sophomore, etc.) for reference
– This only needs to be provided once for team members showing up multiple
times on the org chart
Good format is the use of an organization chart, such as below:
Team Lead(s)
Name(s)
Faculty Advisor
SubSystem 1 Lead
Name(s)
Subsystem
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SubSystem 2 Lead(s)
Name(s)
Subsystem
Engineer 1
SubSystem 3 Lead(s)
Name(s)
Subsystem
Engineer 1
Subsystem
Engineer 2
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Acronyms
• Provide a list of acronyms used throughout the
presentation
– During presentations, do not read through these
acronyms
• These are for reference only
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The purpose of this section is to introduce the reviewer to the overall requirements
and configuration of the CanSat. This provides a basis for the details presented in
the subsystem sections.
System Overview
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Mission Summary
• Overview of the mission objectives
• Indicate which one (1) selectable objective is being
attempted
– Describe selection rationale
• Include any external objectives (personal, laboratory or
sponsor, class, etc.) relevant to the design
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Summary of Changes Since PDR
• Overview design changes since PDR
• Details of the changes are discussed in subsequent
sections
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System Requirement Summary
• Overview of system (mission) level requirements
– Use bullets or a table to demonstrate an understanding
of the mission requirements
• This chart may be expanded to multiple charts as
needed
• The purpose of the chart is to demonstrate the team
understands the system-level requirements
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System Concept of Operations
• 1 to 3 slides providing overview of CanSat operations
• Should include
– Pre-launch activities
– Launch and descent operations
– Post-launch recovery and data reduction
• Focus on launch day activities
• Team member roles and responsibilities on launch day
• Simple flow diagrams and cartoons are a good way to
present the CONOPS
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Physical Layout
• Diagram(s) showing physical layout of selected CanSat
configuration
• Make sure to include:
– Dimensions
– Placement of major components
– Relevant configurations
• Container, payload, launch configuration, deployed, etc.
• The goal is to present the physical idea of what the
CanSat will look like for reference prior to getting into
details of the CanSat design
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Launch Vehicle Compatibility
• Discussion of how the CanSat is integrated into the rocket payload
section
• Discussion of how the CanSat compatibility will be verified prior to
launch day
• Include a dimensioned drawing that shows clearances with the
payload section
– Focus on launch configuration (Container + Payload)
– Include all descent control apparatus (no sharp protrusions)
– At CDR this should include measured and/or prototype dimensions
• Notes:
– In past years there were a large number of CanSats that did not
deploy from the payload sections of the rocket because of
protrusions or because the CanSat was too wide to fit in the rocket
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Sensor Subsystem Design
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Sensor Subsystem Overview
• One slide providing an overview of the CanSat sensor
system
– Include summary of the selected sensors (type &
models)
– Include brief discussion of what the sensors are used for
– Focus on selected component (not all components
trades)
– Include overview of both Container and Payload sensors,
as applicable
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Sensor Changes Since PDR
• One slide providing an overview of the CanSat
sensor system changes since PDR
– Include rationale
– Clearly explain why changes were made, including
things like:
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Power limitations
Testing
Component size
Availability
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Sensor Subsystem Requirements
• Overview of sensor subsystem requirements
– Use bullets or a table to demonstrate an understanding
of the requirements for this subsystem
• This chart may be expanded to multiple charts as
needed
• The purpose of the chart is to demonstrate to the
judges an understanding of the requirements that apply
to the subsystem
• Clearly indicate:
– Which Competition Guide Requirements are allocated to
this subsystem
– Any derived requirements for the subsysytem
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Altitude Sensor Summary
• Summary of altitude sensor selection and
characteristics
• Include:
– Sensor accuracy and data format
– Overview of data processing (including equations, as
appropriate)
– Include both Carrier and Payload, as applicable
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Air Temperature Sensor Summary
• Summary of air temperature sensor selection and
characteristics
• Include:
– Sensor accuracy and data format
– Overview of data formats (including equations, as
appropriate)
– Include both Carrier and Payload, as applicable
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Camera Summary
• Summary of camera selection
– Make sure camera meets all requirements
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3-Axis Accelerometer Sensor
Trade & Selection
• SELECTABLE OBJECTIVE – ONLY REQUIRED IF
SELECTED
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Rotor Rate Sensor
Trade & Selection
• SELECTABLE OBJECTIVE – ONLY REQUIRED IF
SELECTED
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Descent Control Design
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Descent Control Overview
• One slide providing an overview of the Container and
Payload descent control system
• Include overview of the selected configurations and
components necessary
• Include diagrams outlining descent control strategy for
various flight altitude ranges
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Descent Control Changes Since
PDR
• List changes since the PDR
• Include rationale
• Prototype testing
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Descent Control Requirements
• Overview of subsystem requirements
• Use bullets or a table to demonstrate an understanding
of the DCS requirements
• This chart may be expanded to multiple charts as
needed
• The purpose of the chart is to demonstrate to the
judges that the team understands the system-level
requirements
• Clearly indicate:
– Which Competition Guide Requirements are allocated to
this subsystem
– Any derived requirements for the subsystem
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Container Descent Control
Hardware Summary
• Summary of DCS component selection and
characteristics
– Shock force survival
– Preflight Review testability
• For passive components, discuss:
– Component sizing
– Key design considerations
– Color selection(s)
• For active components, discuss:
– Sensor accuracy and data formats
– Overview of sensor data processing
– Actuator control, command rates, and data formats
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Payload Descent Control Hardware
Summary
• Summary of DCS sensors and actuator selection and
characteristics
– Include deployment trigger and mechanism
• For passive components, discuss:
– Component sizing
– Key design considerations
– Color selection(s)
• For active components, discuss:
– Sensor accuracy and data formats
– Overview of sensor data processing
– Actuator control, command rates, and data formats
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Descent Rate Estimates
• Present estimates for the following CanSat
configurations
– Container + Payload post separation (prior to deployment
of the Payload)
– Container following deployment of the Payload
– Payload following separation from the Container
• Include discussion of
– Calculations used
– Assumptions
• This discussion can carry over to multiple slides if
necessary
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Mechanical Subsystem Design
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Mechanical Subsystem Overview
• One slide providing overview of the mechanical
subsystem
– Include overview of major structural elements, material
selection, and interface definitions
– Include Container and Payload mechanical
configurations
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Mechanical Subsystem
Changes Since PDR
• Highlight mechanical changes since PDR. Details
should be discussed on subsequent slides
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Mechanical Sub-System
Requirements
• Overview of mechanical sub-system requirements
– Use bullets or a table to demonstrate an understanding
of the mission requirements
• This chart may be expanded to multiple charts as
needed
• The purpose of the chart is to demonstrate to the
judges that the team understands the requirements that
apply to this sub-system
• Clearly indicate:
– Which Competition Guide Requirements are allocated to
this subsystem
– Any derived requirements for the subsytem
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Egg Protection Overview
• Details of how the egg will be protected during flight
and landing
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Mechanical Layout of Components
• Dimensioned diagrams showing:
– Major structural elements
– Overall dimensions of the CanSat
– Component presentation
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Material Selections
• Discussion of what materials will be used for the
mechanical components and why
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Container - Payload Interface
• Describe how the Payload will be connected to and
released (mechanically) from the Container
– Include:
• Discussion of how descent control apparatus will be
accommodated
• Diagrams
• Method of operation
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Structure Survivability
• As applicable for the Container and Payload, discuss:
– Electronic component mounting methods
– Electronic component enclosures
– Acceleration and shock force requirements and testing
– Securing electrical connections (glue, tape, etc.)
• Consider required judge verification during pre-flight check in
– Descent control attachments
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Mass Budget
• Table(s) providing the following:
– Mass of all components
– Mass of all structural elements
– Sources/uncertainties – whether the masses are
estimates, from data sheets, measured values, etc.
– Total mass compared to requirement(s)
– Margins
• Must clearly distinguish between Container and Payload
masses
– Include allocated mass for egg payload
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Communication and Data Handling
Subsystem Design
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CDH Overview
• One slide providing overview of the CDH subsystem
– Should include selected components (with brief mention
of what each component is for)
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CDH Changes Since PDR
• List changes to the CDH since PDR. Details of the
changes should be discussed in subsequent slides
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CDH Requirements
• Overview of CDH sub-system requirements
– Use bullets or a table to demonstrate an understanding
of the mission requirements
• This chart may be expanded to multiple charts as
needed
• The purpose of the chart is to demonstrate to the
judges that the team understands the requirements that
apply to this sub-system
• Clearly indicate:
– Which Competition Guide Requirements are allocated to
this subsystem
– Any derived requirements for the subsystem
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Processor & Memory Selection
• Include processor speed
• Include data interfaces (types and numbers)
• Include memory storage requirements, if applicable
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Real-Time Clock
• Describe design for payload and container real-time
clock functions
– Hardware or software
– Reset tolerance
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Antenna Selection
• Description and characteristics of the antenna selected
for the CanSat
• Discuss:
– Performance
– Mass
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Radio Configuration
• Demonstrate an understanding of the protocol and configuration
(e.g., mode and NETID) required to initialize and utilize the XBEE
radio module
• Provide description of the impact those requirements have on the
CanSat design
• Include transmission control
– How is this managed during each mission phase?
• Note:
– Communications failures have occurred often over the past several
years of the competition
– You are encouraged to use your radios in all of your development
and testing to better ensure mission success
• Ideally you have started working with the radio and communications
protocol
Start Radio Prototyping and Testing Early!
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Telemetry Format
• What data is included?
– Include fields for bonus objectives
• Data rate of packets?
– Continuous or burst
• How is data formatted?
– Include example frames with complete descriptions
– Does the presented format match the Competition Guide
requirements?
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Electrical Power Subsystem Design
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EPS Overview
• ONE slide providing overview of EPS components (with
purposes)
• Include a diagram
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EPS Changes Since PDR
• List changes to the EPS subsystem since PDR. Details
of changes should be discussed in subsequent slides.
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EPS Requirements
• Overview of EPS subsystem requirements
• Use bullets or a table to demonstrate an understanding
of the mission requirements
• This chart may be expanded to multiple charts as
needed
• The purpose of the chart is to demonstrate to the
judges that the team understands the requirements that
apply to this sub-system
• Clearly indicate:
– Which Competition Guide Requirements are allocated to
this subsystem
– Any derived requirements for the subsystem
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Electrical Block Diagram
• High-level schematic (not down to the resistor level)
showing power connections
– Include required voltages
– Include all major components
• Include overview of how power will be controlled and
verified externally without disassembling the CanSat
– I.e., an easily accessible external switch
• Include diagrams for Container and Payload in one or
two slides
• Umbilical power source for use in test and safety
inspection
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Payload Power Source
Selection and Design
• Describe payload power source and considered
options, including:
– Power source
– Rationale
– No Li-polymer cells allowed
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Power Budget
• Power budget in tabular format which includes:
– Power consumption (W) of all components
– Expected duty cycles for all components
– Source/uncertainty for each line item
• Estimate, data sheet, measurement, etc.
– Total power consumed (mAh)
– Power sources and total power available
– Power storage devices and strategy
• Graphical representation of charge / discharge cycles
– Margins
• Include potential one hour wait on the launch pad for the
Container
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Power Bus Voltage Measurement
• Details of how the power bus voltage is measured
• This should include a discussion of the measurement
range and resolution, data conversions, etc.
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Flight Software (FSW) Design
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FSW Overview
• Overview of the CanSat FSW design
• Should discuss
– Basic FSW architecture
– Programming languages
– Development environments
– Brief summary of what the FSW has to do
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FSW Changes Since PDR
• Overview of the CanSat FSW changes since the PDR.
Details of the changes should be discussed in
subsequent slides.
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FSW Requirements
• Overview of mechanical sub-system requirements
• Use bullets or a table to demonstrate an understanding
of the mission requirements
• This chart may be expanded to multiple charts as
needed
• The purpose of the chart is to demonstrate to the
judges that the team understands the requirements that
apply to this sub-system
• Clearly indicate:
– Which Competition Guide Requirements are allocated to
this subsystem
– Any derived requirements for the subsytem
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CanSat FSW State Diagram
• Software state diagrams for Payload and Container (as
applicable) defining the states and transition conditions
of the flight software
• Things to include:
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Sampling of sensors (including rates)
Communications (command and telemetry)
Data storage (if applicable)
Mechanism activations
Major decision points in the logic
Power management
• FSW recovery to correct state after processor reset
during flight
– What data is used to recover?
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Software Development Plan
• A common CanSat problem is late software
development
• Present a slide describing the plan for software
development and plans to reduce the risk of late
software development
• Include:
– Prototyping and prototyping environments
– Software subsystem development sequence
– Development team
– Test methodology
• Discuss progress since PDR
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Ground Control System (GCS) Design
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GCS Overview
• Include a simple context diagram showing major
components (computers, antenna, adaptors, etc.)
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GCS Changes Since PDR
• List changes to the GCS subsystem since PDR. Details
of changes should be discussed in subsequent slides.
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GCS Requirements
• Overview of GCS requirements
• Use bullets or a table to demonstrate an understanding
of the requirements for the GCS
• This chart may be expanded to multiple charts as
needed
• The purpose of the chart is to demonstrate to the
judges that the team understands the requirements that
apply to the GCS
Examples of requirements to include:
•Antenna placement (field-of-view requirements)
•Computational requirements
•Analysis SW requirements
•Mission operations sequence of events
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GCS Antenna
• Discussion of the selection of the GCS antenna
• Include:
– Antenna placement and coverage
• Diagram is recommended
– Antenna height and mounting strategy
• Launch day construction
– Distance link predictions and margins
– Screen shot of ground control software in operation
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GCS Software
• Telemetry display screen shots
• Commercial off the shelf (COTS) software packages
used
• Real-time plotting software design
• Data archiving and retrieval approach
• Command software and interface
• Progress since PDR
• Testing
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CanSat Integration and Test
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CanSat Integration and Test
Overview
• 3-5 slides
• Discussion of how the CanSat subsystems will be integrated
• Discussion of system-level tests to be performed on the integrated
CanSat
• Discuss subsystem integration
– Sequence (which subsystems are needed prior to others)
– Test equipment necessary
– Test environments necessary
• The goal(s) at CDR are
– Convey integration plans
– Convey plans of how the CanSat is tested as a unit
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Sensor Subsystem Testing
Overview
• Discuss tests being performed in order to verify the
sensor subsystem.
• The test selection should demonstrate an
understanding of what is important for testing each
sensor at the subsystem and system levels.
• It is not necessary to go through each test in detail, but
provide:
– What each test is to accomplish?
– Constraints on testing (necessary operational subsystems, ground
support equipment, etc.)
– Pass/fail criteria and expected results – what are you looking for?
(not just “it works” – discuss how you know it works)
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3-Axis Accelerometer Testing
• SELECTABLE OBJECTIVE – ONLY REQUIRED IF
SELECTED
• Overview of impact force sensor testing and results,
including pass/fail criteria, etc.
• Data storage sizing and format
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Light Sensor Testing Overview
• SELECTABLE OBJECTIVE – ONLY REQUIRED IF
SELECTED
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DCS Subsystem Testing Overview
• Discuss tests being performed in order to verify the
DCS
• Demonstrate an understanding of what is important for
testing each components at the subsystem and system
levels
• It is not necessary to go through each test in detail, but
provide:
– What each test is to accomplish?
– Constraints on testing (necessary operational subsystems, ground
support equipment, etc.)
– Pass/fail criteria and expected results – what are you looking for?
(not just “it works” – discuss how you know it works)
– Drop testing / simulation
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Mechanical Subsystem Testing
Overview
• Discuss tests being performed in order to verify the
Mechanical Subsystem.
• Demonstrate an understanding of what is important for
mechanical testing at the subsystem and system levels.
What each test is to accomplish?
– Constraints on testing (necessary operational
subsystems, ground support equipment, etc.)
– Pass/fail criteria and expected results – what are you
looking for? (not just “it works” – discuss how you know it
works)
– Deployment / separation testing
– Acceleration / shock / survivability requirement testing
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CDH Subsystem Testing Overview
• Discuss tests being performed in order to verify the
CDH Subsystem
• Demonstrate an understanding of what is important for
testing each component at the subsystem and system
levels
• It is not necessary to go through each test in detail, but
provide:
– What each test is to accomplish?
– Constraints on testing (necessary operational subsystems, ground
support equipment, etc.)
– Pass/fail criteria and expected results – what are you looking for?
(not just “it works” – discuss how you know it works)
– Simulation test beds / ground system checkout tests
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EPS Testing Overview
• Discuss the test being performed to verify the EPS
• Demonstrate an understanding of what is important for
testing each component at the subsystem and system
levels
• It is not necessary to go through each test in detail, but
provide:
– What each test is to accomplish?
– Constraints on testing (necessary operational subsystems, ground
support equipment, etc.)
– Voltage sensor testing
– Pass/fail criteria and expected results – what are you looking for?
(not just “it works” – discuss how you know it works)
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FSW Testing Overview
• Discuss tests being performed in order to verify the
flight software
• Test selection should demonstrate an understanding of
what is important for software at subsystem and system
levels
• It is not necessary to go through each test in detail, but
provide:
– What each test is to accomplish?
– Constraints on testing (necessary operational subsystems, ground
support equipment, etc.)
– Pass/fail criteria and expected results – what are you looking for?
(not just “it works” – discuss how you know it works)
– Simulation test beds / ground system checkout tests
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GCS Testing Overview
• Discuss tests being performed in order to verify the
GCS.
• Demonstrate an understanding of what is important for
testing each sensor at the subsystem and system levels
• It is not necessary to go through each test in detail, but
provide:
– What each test is to accomplish?
– Constraints on testing (necessary operational subsystems, ground
support equipment, etc.)
– Pass/fail criteria and expected results – what are you looking for?
(not just “it works” – discuss how you know it works)
– Simulation test beds / ground system checkout tests
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Mission Operations & Analysis
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Overview of Mission Sequence of
Events
• Launch-day sequence of events
– Should start with arrival at the launch site and proceed
through recovery and data analysis
• Include
– Flow chart of events
– Team member roles and responsibilities
– Antenna construction and ground system setup
– CanSat assembly and test
– Delivery of telemetry data file to field judge for review
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Field Safety Rules Compliance
• Discuss development and content of the Missions
Operations Manual for your CanSat
– Two copies of the Mission Operations Manual are due at
the Flight Readiness Review the day before launch
• Assemble in three ring binders (the Texas launch site may be
windy)
• One copy is for the Flight Coordinator
• Discuss development status
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CanSat Location and Recovery
• Discuss how you will find your CanSats in the field
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Mission Rehearsal Activities
• Description of mission operations rehearsal activities
including:
– Details of activities rehearsed to date
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Ground system radio link check procedures
Loading the egg payload
Powering on/off the CanSat
Launch configuration preparations (e.g., final assembly and
stowing appendages)
• Loading the CanSat in the launch vehicle
• Telemetry processing, archiving, and analysis
• Recovery
• Description of written procedures developed/required
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The purpose of this section is to summarize and cross reference the compliance to
the CanSat Competition Mission Guide requirements.
Requirements Compliance
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Requirements Compliance
Overview
• State current design compliance to requirements
• Summarize content of the detailed slides that follow
• If the design does not comply to the requirements, that
is a serious issue – why?
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Requirements Compliance
(multiple slides, as needed)
• Provide a table demonstrating compliance to all
competition base requirements
– Use the following format in as many slides as required
Rqmt
Num
1
2
3
4
5
6
Requirement
Total mass of CanSat, container, and all descent control
devices shall be 700 grams. Mass shall not vary more than +/10 grams.
The cansat must be installed in a container to protect it from
deployment out of the rocket.
The container shall fit inside the cylindrical payload section of
the rocket defined by the cylindrical payload envelope of 130
mm x 250 mm length control system including the descent
The container must use a descent control system. It cannot
free fall.
The container shall not have any sharp edges that could cause
it to get stuck in the rocket payload section.
The container must be a florescent color, pink or orange.
Comply / No X-Ref Slide(s)
Comply / Demonstrating
Partial
Compliance
Comply
x, y, z
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Partial
No Comply
Team Comments
or Notes
Everything should be
green by CDR.
-Medium problem: why?
Big problem: why?
Use the Green (Comply), Yellow (Partial Compliance), and Red (No Comply) color
codes as shown in the examples above for each requirement
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Management
Presenter Name(s) Go Here
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Status of Procurements
• Provide status of sensor and component procurements
– What has been ordered, when it arrives, etc.
– This should include flight and GCS hardware (and
software if being ordered)
• This information should be reflected in the overall
schedule
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CanSat Budget – Hardware
• Provide a table listing the costs of the CanSat flight
hardware
• Table should include
– Cost of major components and hardware
– Indication of whether these costs are actual, estimates,
or budgeted values
– Indication of hardware re-use from previous years
• The current market value for re-used components should be
included
– Total expenses and compare to requirement(s)
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CanSat Budget – Other Costs
Table(s) (same format as Hardware Budget) showing
– Ground control station costs
– Other costs
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Prototyping
Test facilities and equipment
Rentals
Computers
Travel
– Income
• Sources of project income
•
The goal(s) of this budget are
– To provide an understanding of the overall design and development costs
– Get the teams thinking about the overall costs including necessary funds for
travel
– Identify shortfalls in the budget that require attention
• In the past some teams have not been able to attend the competition due to a
lack of funds
• If caught early enough, there are a number of resources for funding that may
available to teams
– THE COMPEITION DOES NOT PROVIDE ANY DEVELOPMENT FUNDING OR
DONORS
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Program Schedule
Overview of development schedule to include
– Competition milestones
– Academic milestones and holidays
– Major development activities
– Component/hardware deliveries
– Major integration and test activities and milestones
The schedule should be “wrapped up” to 1-2 levels
– Show high-level tasks only in order to make the schedule readable
– It is recommended a schedule at lower levels is developed in order to provide the
team with tools for tracking progress and assessing trouble areas
The goals of this schedule are to
– Provide a tool for the team to track progress of CanSat design and development
– Provide tool for judges to assess trouble areas and offer ways for the team to best
meet the objectives of the competition
A Gantt chart on one slide showing task start and stop dates and durations is
recommended
– Schedule should include linkages between tasks to provide the team with an idea of
what happens in the overall flow when milestones are not met on time
Make sure the schedule is readable in the presentation
– This may require the schedule to be broken between multiple slides
• Failure to do so will result in a loss of points
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Shipping and Transportation
• Discuss plans for shipping/transporting the CanSat
hardware to the launch site
• In past competitions, CanSat hardware checked with
airlines was lost
– Consider options for shipping hardware to the launch site
(typical for a satellite and ground system program)
– Consider carry-on restrictions
• Consider shipping/transportation of tools and
equipment
– Antenna mast and assembly
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Conclusions
• Presentation summary and conclusions
• In general include the following:
– Major accomplishments
– Major unfinished work
– Testing to complete
– Flight software status
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Presentation Scoring &
Additional Information
Do Not Include
the Following
Charts in the
Presentations
The following slides provide additional information
regarding presentation scoring, as well as
recommendations for the presentations and slides
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Presentation Scoring
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CDR Scoring
System Overview
5%
Sensor Subsystem Design
10%
Descent Control Design
10%
Mechanical Subsystem Design
10%
Communication and Data Handling
Subsystem
10%
Electrical Power Subsystem Design
10%
Flight Software Design
10%
Ground Control System Design
10%
CanSat Integration and Test
5%
Mission Operations and Analysis
5%
Requirements Compliance
5%
Management
5%
Overall Presentation Quality
5%
Total:
Each slide in this template is
scored on a scale of 0 to 2 points
– 0 = missing or no compliance to the
intent of the requirement
– 1 = topic incomplete or partial
compliance to requirement(s)
– 2 = complete and demonstrates
requirement(s) met
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Each section of the presentation
(System Overview, Sensor
Subsystems, etc.) is weighted
according to the table
Each team will receive a link to a
summary score sheet that will
contain all their competition
scores
100%
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PPT Template Use
• All teams shall use this presentation template
• Team logos
– A team logo can be inserted into the placeholder location (and size)
on the master slide
– If no logo is to be used, remove the placeholder from the master
slide
• Team numbers in the footer should be updated in the footer
information view
– REMEMBER TO PUT YOUR TEAM NUMBER IN THE FOOTER
– Team names are optional – if no team name is used, please delete
from footer text
• On each slide, replace the “Name goes here” in the bottom left corner
with the name of the person(s) presenting that slide
– This will allow the judges to know the person to address any
questions or comments to
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Presentation Template Update Log
(Do not include in presentation)
1.0 – Initial version for 2014
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