Abstract Title

EVA Camera Attachment Mechanism for the Micro-G NExT Challenge

Faculty Mentor Name

Kaela Martin

Format Preference

Poster

Abstract

Project CAM (Camera Attachment Mechanism) was created to design and build a solution for the Micro-g NExT design challenge presented by the Neutral Buoyancy Lab at Johnson Space Center. The purpose of the challenge is to create a mechanism that will attach to three different interfaces located on the International Space Station. The design proposed by the team, referred to as CAM, will be divided into two subsystems: the arm, and the base. The arm will hold the camera provided by NASA and allow for adjustable placement, and the base will contain the mechanism that will attach to the three interfaces. The combined subsystems will satisfy the requirements set by the design challenge and the requirements defined by Project CAM. Project CAM has been chosen to participate in the challenge, therefore the team will test CAM in the Neutral Buoyancy Lab at Johnson Space Center in June of 2019.

  • EAGLE PRIZE AWARD
  • POSTER PRESENTATION

Location

ERAU - Prescott, AZ; AC1-Atrium, 11 am - 3 pm | Eagle Gym, 7 - 9 pm

Start Date

3-29-2019 11:00 AM

End Date

3-29-2019 9:00 PM

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Mar 29th, 11:00 AM Mar 29th, 9:00 PM

EVA Camera Attachment Mechanism for the Micro-G NExT Challenge

ERAU - Prescott, AZ; AC1-Atrium, 11 am - 3 pm | Eagle Gym, 7 - 9 pm

Project CAM (Camera Attachment Mechanism) was created to design and build a solution for the Micro-g NExT design challenge presented by the Neutral Buoyancy Lab at Johnson Space Center. The purpose of the challenge is to create a mechanism that will attach to three different interfaces located on the International Space Station. The design proposed by the team, referred to as CAM, will be divided into two subsystems: the arm, and the base. The arm will hold the camera provided by NASA and allow for adjustable placement, and the base will contain the mechanism that will attach to the three interfaces. The combined subsystems will satisfy the requirements set by the design challenge and the requirements defined by Project CAM. Project CAM has been chosen to participate in the challenge, therefore the team will test CAM in the Neutral Buoyancy Lab at Johnson Space Center in June of 2019.

  • EAGLE PRIZE AWARD
  • POSTER PRESENTATION