51822: Electrical or telecommunication engineer (main focus ground segment) - Conceptual... (BB-B0A8C)
Gefunden in: Neuvoo DE
One of the corner stones of the Galileo Competence Centre is the suitability analyses of future technologies for use in the frame of next generations of GNSS. The main goal is to provide a sound suggestion for improving the system. This can either be an enhancement within the ground or space segment and be of local or global effect. This task requires a feasibility analyses of technologies in relation to the needs of GNSS. Once the decision for development or procurements has been made, all necessary requirements and tools shall be defined and collected to develop a prototype. Such shall aid as proof of concept and enable further development. After suitable testing of the prototype a flight model shall be created, which shall demonstrate the capabilities in space, taking the conditions and demands into account. The department of technology transfer and implementation is responsible for the part of technical realization, verification and validation of such projects. Along the way a make or buy analyses and decision has to be made. Once concluded suitable test campaigns have to be conducted jointly with partners from other DLR institutes or industry in the laboratory to reach a qualification status for space. The task comprises specification, design, make or buy of elements, needed for integration and testing. Comprehensive documentation for all steps along the process shall be generated as proof of readiness and enable further tests in space. Such projects for flight hard- and/or software usually finish with successful demonstration in space and evaluation of results against mission goals and other pre-defined requirements. As the department technology transfer and implementation is interleaved with other departments and one internal entity along the project, inputs and outputs of other departments need to be considered. One other aspect are analyses of already existing technologies, enhancements for space elements. Such new concepts require a demonstration within GNSS context. This does not need to materialize in real prototypes and can also be conducted in the form of studies, concepts or papers. Conceptual development of qualified prototypes – focus ground
Supervision of technical and development environment
Tasks across and beyond project related work
This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation.
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work German Aerospace Center (DLR)