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13 Jan, ’21

White Paper: Overcoming Issues in Precise Navigational Methods

2021-01-13T23:36:29-05:00Categories: Psionic Research|Tags: |

White Paper: Overcoming Issues in Precise Navigational Methods Dr. Donald R. Erbschloe recently released a white paper on navigational methods which is available from Psionic in two formats: an excerpt publication (immediate download) or full white paper (request). Abstract (Full Version) Measurement of position to within a few centimeters is readily available today, allowing unprecedented precision in navigation. This has been made possible through numerous improvements in methods and technology. The tools we employ and the way we use them have inherent errors and vulnerabilities, which jeopardize surety. The variety of [ READ MORE ]

30 Dec, ’20

Suborbital flight testing paves way for long-term goals

2021-01-22T18:40:59-05:00Categories: Industry News, Psionic Milestones|Tags: , |

Suborbital flight testing paves way for long-term goals The Reusable Launch Vehicles Technical Committee brings together experts to focus on leading-edge programs and developments in this area By Nicole Quenelle and John Kelly | December 2020 | Aerospace America Aerospace America, December 2020 “…In September, NASA licensee Psionic Technologies, based in Virginia, flew its commercial version of NDL technology on Masten’s Xodiac vertical takeoff and vertical landing vehicle in Mojave, California. Xodiac functions much like a lander, providing testing to validate Psionic’s navigation algorithms and data processing and enabling the company to make any modifications before advancing to [ READ MORE ]

17 Nov, ’20

Masten Space Systems Selects Navigation Doppler Lidar from Psionic for CLPS Lunar Landing Masten Mission 1 [November 17, 2020]

2021-01-13T23:36:49-05:00Categories: Psionic Milestones, Psionic Press Release|Tags: , |

View/Download the Press Release > For Masten Meagan Crawford MCrawford@Masten.aero For Psionic Lee Wright Lee@Psionic.ai 469-233-7712 Masten Space Systems Selects Navigation Doppler Lidar from Psionic for CLPS Lunar Landing Masten Mission 1 [November 17, 2020] Navigation Doppler Lidar chosen for high accuracy and long NASA heritage MOJAVE, CA and HAMPTON, VA, November 17, 2020—Masten Space Systems today announced that they have selected Navigation Doppler Lidar (NDL) from Psionic for their mission to the South Pole of the Moon in 2022. The NDL will be the primary navigation sensor working with the Masten Guidance, Navigation, and Control (GN&C) system to ensure a safe, precise landing. [ READ MORE ]

01 Oct, ’20

Psionic Doppler Lidar™ Application Development Kit Datasheet >

2021-01-13T23:37:27-05:00Categories: Psionic Research|Tags: , , , |

Psionic Doppler LIDAR™ Application Development Kit (ITAR Restricted). October 10, 2020 Psionic released a revised version its Application Development Kit for Psionic Doppler LIDAR™. Psionic Doppler Lidar provides advanced detection and tracking capabilities that augment radar and image sensors with precision, distance, and stealth. It not only enhances the performance of many defense systems and applications, but in many instances enables entirely new capabilities. Psionic Doppler Lidar is a mature technology built upon NASA’s deep domain expertise in instrumentation and, in particular, lidar. Current applications include, but are not limited to, navigation, guidance, and situational awareness for ground, surface, [ READ MORE ]

26 Mar, ’20

Psionic Navigation Doppler Lidar to Fly on Masten Rocket in 2020 under NASA’s Flight Opportunities Program >

2020-04-09T20:01:47-04:00Categories: Psionic Press Release|Tags: , |

For Immediate Release 03 March 2020 Contact Cliff Cummings, ‍Vice President, Space, Psionic LLC ccummings@psionic.ai +1 833 774 6642 x803 | 703-622-8622 Psionic Navigation Doppler Lidar to Fly on Masten Rocket in 2020 under NASA’s Flight Opportunities Program HAMPTON, VIRGINIA—Psionic today announced that Psionic Navigation Doppler Lidar has been selected to fly aboard a Masten rocket in early 2020 under NASA’s Flight Opportunities program. Psionic Navigation Doppler Lidar is designed to improve the safety and accuracy of landings and dockings. The test flight is the next step in demonstrating the maturity of the technology before flights of landers that will take place [ READ MORE ]

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