Posts Tagged ‘Bramor’

The crew arrived with their decked out van, complete with antennae and a nice workdesk for the ground control operator and computers. The Bramor GCS (ground control station) consists of a rugged computer and guidance circuitry interface; for launching it you need also a catapult and in sub zero temperatures, it has to be a [...]

On Wednesday we are joined by the East Lapland Vocational College crew, which is operating the C-ASTRAL BRAMOR unmanned aerial system. The history of the development of this system goes back several years and it was first conceptualized already in 1999, as a sensor carrier as part of the Makrolab project. Later in 2004 the [...]

This residency has had a long history, first with the Ars Bioarctica competition and later with the grants that were secured to bring the people together.  We were very glad when we started converging towards Gilbbesjavri/Kilpisjärvi from the West, Northwest, South, Southwest and Southeast. Quite a navigational feat. We were received by Leena Valkepää, who [...]