Sirin Orbital Systems AG is proud to announce that an outstanding book project entitled, “Artificial Intelligence for Space: Trends, Applications, and Perspectives” (ISBN 9781032430898) is successfully completed and is in the production phase. Led by experts at Sirin AI R&D Centre, this project is the outcome of a fruitful international cooperation, gathering expert opinions on the subject, from world-class scholars, researchers and entrepreneurs affiliated with distinguished entities comprising European Space Agency (ESA), Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS, JAXA), University of Colorado, NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center, Alliance for Collaboration in the Exploration of Space, University of North Carolina, KU Leuven, University of Pisa, Naval Group Belgium, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Cineca, Western Sydney University, Sapienza University of Rome, AIKO S.r.l. and XPRIZE Foundation.
Aimed at space engineers, risk analysts, policy makers, technical experts and non-specialists, this book demonstrates insights into the implementation of AI in the space sector, alongside its limitations and use-case examples. It covers diverse AI-related topics applicable to space technologies or space big data such as AI-based technologies for improving Earth Observation big data, AI for space robotics exploration, AI for astrophysics, AI for emerging in-orbit servicing market, and AI for space tourism safety improvement.
“This book embarks on a journey through the fascinating realm of AI in space, exploring its profound implications, emerging trends, and transformative potential.”Prof. Dr. Oliver Ullrich
Director UZH Space Hub, University of Zurich
This edited book will be published by CRC Press: Taylor & Francis in December 2023.