Special Session 6: Space Intelligence Dexterous Operation


Luyuan Wang, Jiyang Yu, China Academy of Space Technology, Beijing Institute of Spacecraft System Engineering

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With the increasing complexity of space robot operations, the traditional teleoperation control mode, which is limited by time delay and transmission bandwidth, cannot meet the application requirements. Artificial intelligence-supported space robot, independently completing specific operations and relying only on its own sensors and control devices, is an inevitable development trend. Key technologies involved in intelligent spatial control mainly include measurement and perception, decision-making and planning, operation and control, learning and adaptation, multi-agent, etc.

The purpose of this special session is to present technical solutions related to the intelligent and dexterous operation of space robots. We invite high-quality research to conduct in-depth analysis and discussion on the following issues (including but not limited to): spatial target perception, operation sequence planning, intelligent operation control, multi-agent collaborative control, and on-orbit autonomous learning enhancement.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
1. Spatial target perception
2. Operation sequence planning
3. Intelligent operation control
4. Multi-agent collaborative control
5. On-orbit autonomous learning enhancement