Professor Sir Martin Sweeting

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Publications

Highlights

  • Barnhart DJ, Vladimirova T, Baker AM, Sweeting MN. (2009) 'A low-cost femtosatellite to enable distributed space missions'. PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD ACTA ASTRONAUTICA, 64 (11-12), pp. 1123-1143.
  • Yu G, Vladimirova T, Sweeting MN. (2009) 'Image compression systems on board satellites'. PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD ACTA ASTRONAUTICA, 64 (9-10), pp. 988-1005.
  • Barnhart DJ, Vladimirova T, Sweeting MN. (2009) 'Satellite Miniaturization Techniques for Space Sensor Networks'. AMER INST AERONAUT ASTRONAUT J SPACECRAFT ROCKETS, 46 (2), pp. 469-472.
  • Bekhti M, Sweeting MN. (2008) 'Power system design and in orbit performance of Algeria's first micro satellite Alsat-1'. ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS RESEARCH, 78 (7), pp. 1175-1180.

Journal articles

  • Sweeting M. (2018) 'Modern Small Satellites - Changing the Economics of Space'. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Proceedings of the IEEE,
    [ Status: Accepted ]

    Abstract

    Earth orbiting satellites come in a wide range of shapes and sizes to meet a diverse variety of uses and applications. Large satellites with masses over 1000kg support high resolution remote sensing of the Earth, high bandwidth communications services and world-class scientific studies but take lengthy developments and are costly to build and launch. The advent of commercially available, high-volume and hence low cost microelectronics has enabled a different approach through miniaturisation. This results in physically far smaller satellites that dramatically reduces timescales and costs and that are able to provide operational and commercially viable services. This paper charts the evolution and rise of small satellites from being an early curiosity with limited utility through to the present where small satellites are a key element of modern space capabilities.

  • Cai A, Underwood C, Sweeting MN. (2013) 'Height reduction using mutual coupling for the multimode horn phased array'. 2013 7th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation, EuCAP 2013, , pp. 3585-3589.
  • Sweeting MN, Underwood CI. (2011) 'Small Satellite Engineering and Applications'. , pp. 575-605.
  • Vladimirova T, Fayyaz M, Sweeting MN, Vitanov VI. (2010) 'A novel autonomous low-cost on-board data handling architecture for a pin-point planetary lander'. PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD ACTA ASTRONAUTICA, 68 (7-8), pp. 811-829.
  • Gao S, Clark K, Unwin M, Zackrisson J, Shiroma WA, Akagi JM, Maynard K, Garner P, Boccia L, Amendola G, Massa G, Underwood C, Brenchley M, Pointer M, Sweeting MN. (2009) 'Antennas for Modern Small Satellites'. IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC IEEE ANTENN PROPAG M, 51 (4), pp. 40-56.
  • Barnhart DJ, Vladimirova T, Baker AM, Sweeting MN. (2009) 'A low-cost femtosatellite to enable distributed space missions'. PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD ACTA ASTRONAUTICA, 64 (11-12), pp. 1123-1143.
  • Yu G, Vladimirova T, Sweeting MN. (2009) 'Image compression systems on board satellites'. PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD ACTA ASTRONAUTICA, 64 (9-10), pp. 988-1005.
  • Barnhart DJ, Vladimirova T, Sweeting MN, Stevens KS. (2009) 'Radiation Hardening by Design of Asynchronous Logic for Hostile Environments'. IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC IEEE JOURNAL OF SOLID-STATE CIRCUITS, Atlanta, GA: 44 (5), pp. 1617-1628.
  • Mohammed AMS, Benyettou M, Bentoutou Y, Boudjemai A, Hashida Y, Sweeting MN. (2009) 'Three-axis active control system for gravity gradient stabilised microsatellite'. PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD ACTA ASTRONAUTICA, 64 (7-8), pp. 796-809.
  • Barnhart DJ, Vladimirova T, Sweeting MN. (2009) 'Satellite Miniaturization Techniques for Space Sensor Networks'. AMER INST AERONAUT ASTRONAUT J SPACECRAFT ROCKETS, 46 (2), pp. 469-472.
  • Vladimirova T, Sweeting MN, Vitanov I, Vitanov VI. (2009) 'Emergency response networks for disaster monitoring and detection from space'. Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, 7347
  • Bekhti M, Sweeting MN. (2008) 'Power system design and in orbit performance of Algeria's first micro satellite Alsat-1'. ELSEVIER SCIENCE SA ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS RESEARCH, 78 (7), pp. 1175-1180.
  • Mohammed AMS, Benyettou M, Boudjemai A, Hashida Y, Sweeting MN. (2008) 'Simulation of microsatellite attitude using Kalman filtering in orbit results'. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV SIMULATION MODELLING PRACTICE AND THEORY, 16 (3), pp. 257-277.
  • Si Mohammed AM, Boudjemai A, Benyettou M, Hashida Y, Sweeting MN. (2008) 'Yaw phase mode attitude control using Z wheel for LEO microsatellite'. WSEAS Transactions on Communications, 7 (2), pp. 99-105.
  • Cutter MA, Giwa SC, Graham KL, Hodgson DJ, Mackin S, Sweeting MN, Vanotti M, Regan A. (2008) 'The application of the DMC strategy and experience to provide additional support to a European Global Monitoring system programme'. European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP, (660 SP)
  • Si Mohammed AM, Benyettou M, Boudjemai A, Benzeniar H, Hashida Y, Sweeting MN. (2008) 'Analytic solution of Nadir attitude pointing for LEO microsatellite'. WSEAS Transactions on Communications, 7 (4), pp. 242-247.
  • Barnhart DJ, Vladimirova T, Sweeting MN. (2007) 'Very-small-satellite design for distributed space missions'. AMER INST AERONAUTICS ASTRONAUTICS JOURNAL OF SPACECRAFT AND ROCKETS, Keystone, CO: 44 (6), pp. 1294-1306.
  • Gao Y, Ellery A, Sweeting MN. (2007) 'Bioinspired drill for planetary sampling: Literature survey, conceptual design, and feasibility study'. AMER INST AERONAUTICS ASTRONAUTICS JOURNAL OF SPACECRAFT AND ROCKETS, Big Sky, MT: 44 (3), pp. 703-709.
  • Mohammed SAM, Benyettou M, Boudjemai A, Chouraqui S, Hashida Y, Sweeting MN. (2007) 'COMSAT 1.0 software aided design for a low earth orbit microsatellite commissioning phase'. International Journal of Soft Computing, 2 (4), pp. 482-487.
  • Vladimirova T, Davies P, Sweeting MN. (2006) 'Reconfigurable computing for micro-satellites'. European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP, (630)
  • Si Mohammed AM, Benyettou M, Chouraqui S, Hashida Y, Sweeting MN. (2006) 'Wheel attitude cancellation thruster torque of LEO microsatellite during orbital maintenance'. Journal of Applied Sciences, 6 (10), pp. 2245-2250.

Conference papers

  • Eckersley S, Saunders C, Lobb D, Johnston G, Baud T, Sweeting MN, Underwood CI, Bridges CP, Chen R. (2017) 'Future Rendezvous and Docking Missions enabled by low-cost but safety compliant Guidance Navigation and Control (GNC) architectures'. British Interplanetary Society Proceedings of The 15th Reinventing Space Conference, Strathclyde University Technology & Innovation Centre, Glasgow, Scotland: The 15th Reinventing Space Conference, 24-26 October 2017, Glasgow, Scotland

    Abstract

    Proximity flight systems for rendezvous-and-docking, are traditionally the domain of large, costly institutional manned missions, which require extremely robust and expensive Guidance Navigation and Control (GNC) solutions. By developing a low-cost and safety compliant GNC architecture and design methodology, low cost GNC solutions needed for future missions with proximity flight phases will have reduced development risk, and more rapid development schedules. This will enable a plethora of on-orbit services to be realised using low cost satellite technologies, and lower the cost of the services to a point where they can be offered to commercial as well as institutional entities and thereby dramatically grow the market for on-orbit construction, in-orbit servicing and active debris removal. It will enable organisations such as SSTL to compete in an area previously exclusive to large institutional players. The AAReST mission (to be launched in 2018), will demonstrate some key aspects of low cost close proximity “co-operative” rendezvous and docking (along with reconfiguration/control of multiple mirror elements) for future modular telescopes. However this is only a very small scale academic mission demonstration using cubesat technology, and is limited to very close range demonstrations. This UK National Space Technology Programme (NSTP-2) project, which is being carried out by SSTL and SSC, is due to be completed by the end of November 2017 and is co-funded by the UK Space Agency and company R&D. It is aiming to build on the AAReST ("Autonomous Assembly of a Reconfigurable Space Telescope") mission (where appropriate), and industrialise existing research, which will culminate in a representative model that can be used to develop low-cost GNC solutions for many different mission applications that involve proximity activities, such as formation flying, and rendezvous and docking. The main objectives and scope of this project are the following:  Definition of a reference mission design (based on a scenario that SSTL considers credible as a realistic scenario) and mission/system GNC requirements.  Develop a GNC architectural design for low cost missions applications that involve close proximity formation flying, rendezvous and docking (RDV&D) - i.e. “proximity activities”  Develop a low cost sensor suite suitable for use on proximity missions  Consider possible regulatory constraints that may apply to the mission The SSTL/SSC reference mission concept is a

  • Barnhart D, Sweeting MN. (2014) 'Right-sizing Small Satellites'. Utah State University Proceedings of the 28th Annual AIAA/USU Conference on Small Satellites, 2014, Logan, Utah, USA: 28th Annual AIAA/USU Conference on Small Satellites, 2014

    Abstract

    Spacecraft standardization has been a topic of great debate within the space community. This paper intends to be a provocative thought piece asking one fundamental question: “is there a ‘right size’ for small satellites?” In order to answer this question, we propose three top-down design factors for the space systems engineering process: spacecraft utility, mission utility, and optimum cost. Spacecraft utility quantitatively measures the capability of a spacecraft, derived from its volume and power properties. Mission utility then measures the aggregate value of a constellation. Optimum cost, which is a function of spacecraft mass and quantity, can be determined by assessing the break-even point. Data from the small satellite community, including USAF Academy FalconSAT and Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. (SSTL) missions, is presented in support of this discussion, constrained to systems with a mass less than 200 kg. These design factors inform the mission developer in determining the appropriate system architecture. Using these design factors, a notional standardized spacecraft configuration is presented, with a mass of 30 kg and 50 cm cubed volume that optimizes spacecraft utility, mission utility, and cost.

  • Bridges CP, Yeomans B, Iacopino C, Frame T, Schofield A, Kenyon S, Sweeting MN. (2013) 'Smartphone Qualification & Linux-based Tools for CubeSat Computing Payloads'. Big Sky, MT USA: IEEE/AIAA Aerospace Conference 2013

    Abstract

    Modern computers are now far in advance of satellite systems and leveraging of these technologies for space applications could lead to cheaper and more capable spacecraft. Together with NASA AMES’s PhoneSat, the STRaND-1 nanosatellite team has been developing and designing new ways to include smart-phone technologies to the popular CubeSat platform whilst mitigating numerous risks. Surrey Space Centre (SSC) and Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. (SSTL) have led in qualifying state-of-the-art COTS technologies and capabilities - contributing to numerous low cost satellite missions. The focus of this paper is to answer if 1) modern smart-phone software is compatible for fast and low cost development as required by CubeSats, and 2) if the components utilised are robust to the space environment. The STRaND-1 smart-phone payload software explored in this paper is united using various open-source Linux tools and generic interfaces found in terrestrial systems. A major result from our developments is that many existing software and hardware processes are more than sufficient to provide autonomous and operational payload object-to-object and filebased management solutions. The paper will provide methodologies on the software chains and tools used for the STRaND-1 smartphone computing platform, the hardware built with space qualification results (thermal, thermal vacuum, and TID radiation), and how they can be implemented in future missions.

  • Egho C, Sweeting MN, Vladimirova T. (2012) 'Acceleration of Karhunen-Loève transform for system-on-chip platforms'. IEEE Proceedings of the 2012 NASA/ESA Conference on Adaptive Hardware and Systems, AHS 2012, Erlangen, Germany: 2012 NASA/ESA Conference on Adaptive Hardware and Systems (AHS 2012), pp. 272-279.
  • Bridges CP, Kenyon S, Underwood CI, Sweeting MN. (2011) 'STRaND: Surrey Training Research and Nanosatellite Demonstrator'. International Academy of Astronautics Proceedings of the1st IAA Conference on University Satellite Missions and CubeSat Workshop, Rome, Italy: 1st IAA Conference on University Satellite Missions and CubeSat Workshop
  • Cutter MA, Gomes L, Da Silva Curiel A, Davies PE, De Groot Z, Sills LR, Cawthrorne A, Sweeting MN. (2011) 'A new generation of disaster monitoring constellation imagers'. 62nd International Astronautical Congress 2011, IAC 2011, Cape Town: 62nd International Astronautical Congress 2011, IAC 2011 3, pp. 2625-2632.
  • Mat Noor NR, Vladimirova T, Sweeting MN. (2010) 'High-Performance Lossless Compression for Hyperspectral Satellite Imagery'. Newcastle, UK: UK Electronics Forum, pp. 78-83.
  • Bellar A, Seba B, Si Mohammed AM, Sweeting MN. (2010) 'Tree axis attitude control using sliding mode for LEO microsatellite'. Latest Trends on Systems, Corfu, Greece: 14th WSEAS International Conference on Systems 1, pp. 181-185.
  • Bekhti M, Sweeting MN. (2010) 'Temperature effects on satellite power systems performance'. WORLD SCIENTIFIC AND ENGINEERING ACAD AND SOC ADVANCES IN COMMUNICATIONS, COMPUTERS, SYSTEMS, CIRCUITS AND DEVICES, Puerto De La Cruz, SPAIN: European Conference of Systems/European Conference of Circuits Technology and Devices/European Conference of Communications/European Conference of Computer Science, pp. 57-62.
  • Vladimirova T, Bridges CP, Paul JR, Malik SA, Sweeting MN. (2010) 'Space-based wireless sensor networks: Design issues'. IEEE Aerospace Conference Proceedings,
  • Pacheco E, Sweeting MN, Underwood C, Mackin S. (2009) 'Low-cost hyperspectral instrument for vegetation stress detection using a small satellite platform'. Proceedings of AIAA Space 2009 Conference and Exposition, California, USA: AIAA SPACE 2009 Conference & Exposition
  • Rachedi A, Belkacemi K, Benbouzid AB, Laidi K, Belghoraf A, Sweeting MN. (2009) 'Radiometric pre-Calibration of Alsat-1 Camera'. IEEE RAST 2009: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RECENT ADVANCES IN SPACE TECHNOLOGIES, Istanbul, TURKEY: 4th International Conference on Recent Advances in Space Technologies, pp. 361-366.
  • Boudjemai A, Bouanane MH, Hamed DEB, Mohammed AMS, Hocine R, Sweeting MN, Rojas L. (2009) 'Microsatellite Thermal Modelling, Design Optimisation and Analysis'. IEEE RAST 2009: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RECENT ADVANCES IN SPACE TECHNOLOGIES, Istanbul, TURKEY: 4th International Conference on Recent Advances in Space Technologies, pp. 459-470.
  • Yu G, Vladimirova T, Sweeting MN. (2009) 'FPGA-based on-board multi/hyperspectral image compression system'. Proceedings of International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, Cape Town, South Africa: IGARSS 2009 5, pp. V212-V215.
  • Mohammed AMS, Boudjemai A, Hashida Y, Cooksley JR, Sweeting MN. (2009) 'Simulator Development of an Attitude Determination and Control Subsystem for LEO Microsatellite Application to Alsat-1 First Algerian Microsatellite in Orbit'. IEEE RAST 2009: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RECENT ADVANCES IN SPACE TECHNOLOGIES, Istanbul, TURKEY: 4th International Conference on Recent Advances in Space Technologies, pp. 567-572.
  • Mohammed AMS, Boudjemai A, Hashida Y, Cooksley JR, Sweeting MN. (2009) 'Angular Rate Estimator for LEO Microsatellite Application to Future Algerian Microsatellite'. IEEE RAST 2009: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RECENT ADVANCES IN SPACE TECHNOLOGIES, Istanbul, TURKEY: 4th International Conference on Recent Advances in Space Technologies, pp. 573-578.
  • Gao S, Brenchley M, Unwin M, Underwood CI, Clark K, Maynard K, Boland L, Sweeting MN. (2008) 'Antennas for small satellites'. IEEE Loughborough Antennas and Propagation Conference, Loughborough, UK: LAPC 2008, pp. 66-69.
  • Mohammed AMS, Benyettou M, Boudjemai A, Hashida Y, Sweeting MN. (2008) 'Yaw phase mode attitude control using Z wheel modeling for LEO microsatellite'. WORLD SCIENTIFIC AND ENGINEERING ACAD AND SOC Proceedings of the 11th WSEAS International Conference on Communications, Vol 3, Agios Nikolaos, GREECE: 11th WSEAS International Conference on Circuits, pp. 243-249.
  • Yu G, Vladimirova T, Sweeting M. (2008) 'An efficient on-board lossless compression design for remote sensing image data'. International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), 2 (1), pp. II970-II973.
  • Barnhart DJ, Vladimirova T, Sweeting MN. (2008) 'Design of self-powered wireless system-on-a-chip sensor nodes for hostile environments'. Proceedings - IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems, , pp. 824-827.

    Abstract

    A new dimension of wireless sensor network architecture design is emerging where hundreds to thousands of ultra-light low-cost sensor nodes are required to collectively perform a spectrum of distributed remote sensing missions in hostile conditions, predominantly those encountered in space. Research is underway to investigate the feasibility of fabricating survivable self-powered sensor nodes monolithically with commercially available SiGe BiCMOS technology. This paper presents simulation and test chip results of two novel and essential building blocks: a photovoltaic/solar cell power supply and an environmentally tolerant microprocessor, based on radiation hardening by design and asynchronous logic. ©2008 IEEE.

  • Yu G, Vladimirova T, Wu X, Sweeting MN. (2008) 'A new high-level reconfigurable lossless image compression system for space applications'. IEEE COMPUTER SOC PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2008 NASA/ESA CONFERENCE ON ADAPTIVE HARDWARE AND SYSTEMS, Noordwijk, NETHERLANDS: 3rd NASA/ESA Conference on Adaptive Hardware and Systems, pp. 183-190.
  • Barnhart DJ, Vladimirova T, Sweeting MN, Balthazor RL, Enloe LC, Krause LH, Lawrence TJ, Mcharg MG, Lyke JC, White JJ, Baker AM. (2007) 'Enabling Space Sensor Networks with PCBSat'. Logan Utah, USA: 21st Annual Conference on Small Satellites SSC07-IV-4
  • Barnhart DJ, Vladimirova T, Sweeting MN. (2007) 'System-on-a-chip design of self-powered wireless sensor nodes for hostile environments'. IEEE 2007 IEEE AEROSPACE CONFERENCE, VOLS 1-9, Big Sky, MT: 2007 IEEE Aerospace Conference, pp. 2516-2527.
  • Mohammed AMS, Benyettou M, Boudjemai A, Hashida Y, Sweeting MN. (2007) 'Analytic solution of Nadir attitude pointing for LEO microsatellite'. WORLD SCIENTIFIC AND ENGINEERING ACAD AND SOC Proceedings of the 11th WSEAS International Conference on Communications, Vol 3, Agios Nikolaos, GREECE: 11th WSEAS International Conference on Circuits, pp. 250-254.
  • Barnhart DJ, Vladimirova T, Baker AM, Sweeting MN. (2006) 'A Low-Cost Femtosatellite to Enable Distributed Space Missions'. Valencia, Spain: 57th International Astronautical Congress 2006 (IAC 2006) IAC-06-B51.6
  • Barnhart DJ, Vladimirova T, Ellery A, Lappas VJ, Underwood CI, Sweeting MN. (2006) 'Utilising the EyasSAT concept in space systems engineering courses at the University of Surrey'. AIAA 57th International Astronautical Congress, IAC 2006, 13, pp. 9070-9083.
  • Abderrahmane LH, Benyettou M, Sweeting MN. (2006) 'An S band antenna system used for communication on Earth observation microsatellite'. IEEE 2006 IEEE Aerospace Conference, Vols 1-9, Big Sky, MT: 2006 IEEE Aerospace Conference, pp. 1033-1038.
  • Barnhart DJ, Vladimirova T, Sweeting MN. (2006) 'Satellite-on-a-chip development for future distributed space missions'. Proceedings of MNT for Aerospace Applications, CANEUS2006, 2006

Reports

  • Sweeting M, O'Neill A, Remedios J, Golding B, Lewis A, Srokosz M, Bryden H, Lamb A, Balzter H, Smith G, Tewkesbury A, Taylor JP, Lisk I, Gibbs M, Langford H, Reynard N, Turner S, Wright T, Rosen D, Pilling C, Reeves H, Kerridge D, Loughlin S, MacDonald D, McKenzie, A, Ward R, Colenut A, Briggs S, Ryan B, Gillespie A, Lamb A. (2015) Observing the Earth – Expert views on environmental observation of the UK. The Royal Society Article number DES3757

    Abstract

    Observations of the physical and built environment are of critical importance to the UK, since the environment is directly tied to our national well-being, prosperity and security. Robust observing systems are vital for understanding, managing and forecasting environmental change. It is important that we capitalise on such observations to support decision making in Government with accurate and timely scientific evidence for the greatest public benefit.

Theses and dissertations

  • Bajpai A. (2017) Autonomous localisation of rovers for future planetary exploration..
    [ Status: Approved ]

    Abstract

    Future Mars exploration missions will have increasingly ambitious goals compared to current rover and lander missions. There will be a need for extremely long distance traverses over shorter periods of time. This will allow more varied and complex scientific tasks to be performed and increase the overall value of the missions. The missions may also include a sample return component, where items collected on the surface will be returned to a cache in order to be returned to Earth, for further study. In order to make these missions feasible, future rover platforms will require increased levels of autonomy, allowing them to operate without heavy reliance on a terrestrial ground station. Being able to autonomously localise the rover is an important element in increasing the rover's capability to independently explore. This thesis develops a Planetary Monocular Simultaneous Localisation And Mapping (PM-SLAM) system aimed specifically at a planetary exploration context. The system uses a novel modular feature detection and tracking algorithm called hybrid-saliency in order to achieve robust tracking, while maintaining low computational complexity in the SLAM filter. The hybrid saliency technique uses a combination of cognitive inspired saliency features with point-based feature descriptors as input to the SLAM filter. The system was tested on simulated datasets generated using the Planetary, Asteroid and Natural scene Generation Utility (PANGU) as well as two real world datasets which closely approximated images from a planetary environment. The system was shown to provide a higher accuracy of localisation estimate than a state-of-the-art VO system tested on the same data set. In order to be able to localise the rover absolutely, further techniques are investigated which attempt to determine the rover's position in orbital maps. Orbiter Mask Matching uses point-based features detected by the rover to associate descriptors with large features extracted from orbital imagery and stored in the rover memory prior the mission launch. A proof of concept is evaluated using a PANGU simulated boulder field.

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