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Flying brain or CIMON (Crew Interactive Mobile Companion)

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Flying brain or CIMON (Crew Interactive Mobile Companion)

  • This 3D-printed artificial intelligence system will soon join the crew aboard the International Space Station (ISS) to assist astronauts.

  • It will test during the European Space Agency’s Horizons mission between June and October this year.

Applications

  1. CIMON has a brain-like AI network and is designed to support astronauts in performing routine work, for example by displaying procedures or offering solutions to problems. With its face, voice and artificial intelligence, becomes a genuine ‘colleague’ on board.

 

  1. With CIMON, crew members can do more than just work through a schematic view of prescribed checklists and procedures; they can also engage with their assistant. CIMON makes work easier for the astronauts when carrying out every day routine tasks, helps to increase efficiency, facilitates mission success and improves security, as it can also serve as an early warning system for technical problems

NEWS:

  • Airbus, an aeronautics company based in Netherlands, is developing CIMON (Crew Interactive Mobile Companion), an AI-based space assistant for Germany’s DLR Space Administration.

  • Described by its creators as a “flying brain”, this 3D-printed artificial intelligence system will soon join the crew aboard the International Space Station (ISS) to assist astronauts. It will tested during the European Space Agency’s Horizons mission between June and October this year.

 

 

 

 

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