ISAS Space Science Colloquium & Space Science Seminar
Lean Satellite, a new way of making and using satellites
趙 孟佑（Mengu CHO）
九州工業大学大学院工学研究院（Kyushu Institute of Technology）
In recent years, development and utilization of small/micron/nano/pico satellites are proliferating worldwide.
There is a trend to call those satellites as "lean satellite" to describe the non-traditional development and management methodology and philosophy to deliver the satellite value at low cost and in short time more correctly rather than defining the satellites by mass and/or size. One big problem of lean satellite is how to assure mission success while seeking low cost and fast-delivery.
Center for nanosatellite testing at Kyushu Institute of Technology (Kyutech) worked on testing of various satellites from Japan and abroad. It also led the effort of nanosatellite environment testing standard, ISO-19683. Kyutech also developed and launched more than 12 satellites. From those experiences, solutions to the problem have started to appear. The latest trend of lean satellite will be also presented.
Place: 2F Conf. room（1236） / 研究管理棟２階会議場（1236号室）