Fourth Industrial Revolution

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AI can help by acting as onboard assistance and also processing large amounts of data. Image: Unsplash/NASA

Deep Bandivadekar

PhD candidate at the Aerospace Centre of Excellence, University of Strathclyde

Audrey Berquand

PhD candidate in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Strathclyde


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According to ESA, there are nearly 34,000 objects bigger than 10cm which pose serious threats to existing space infrastructure. Image: NASA Orbital Debris Program Office

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