Intelligent Sensor Node as an Approach to Integrated Instrumentation & Sensor Systems for Aerospace Systems Control
Millar, Richard C.
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This paper proposes operational requirements for integrated instrumentation / sensor systems intended for use in aerospace equipment test and evaluation, diagnostics and health management, and control. Their application is exemplified by a description of the design and development of an integrated sensor node suited to the demanding aerospace equipment environment.
Infotech@Aerospace 2011, 29 - 31 March 2011, St. Louis, Missouri, AIAA 2011-1598
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