Spacecraft Pose Estimation Dataset (SPEED)
- This repository contains Spacecraft PosE Estimation Dataset (SPEED), which is used to train and evaluate the performance of deep learning models for pose estimation of noncooperative spacecraft. SPEED consists of synthetic as well as actual camera images of a mock-up of the Tango spacecraft from the PRISMA mission. The synthetic images are created by fusing OpenGL-based renderings of the spacecraft’s 3D model with actual images of the Earth captured by the Himawari-8 meteorological satellite. The actual camera images are created using a 7 degrees-of-freedom robotic arm, which positions and orients a vision-based sensor with respect to a full-scale mock-up of the Tango spacecraft. Custom illumination devices simulate the Earth albedo and Sun light with high fidelity to emulate the illumination conditions present in space. SPEED was used in the international competition for spacecraft pose estimation co-hosted by the Advanced Concepts Team of the European Space Agency and the Space Rendezvous Laboratory of Stanford University.
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|February 1, 2019
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|September 2, 2022
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