Design on Mobile Interactive Control for a Space Flight Training Simulator

  • Shang Huan
  • Baozhi Wang
  • Wanhong Lin
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 318)


Objective To optimize the resources and improve the autonomy of space flight training. Methods The mobile interactive mode to simulator was presented based on hand-held mobile terminal. Accessing the server by WiFi, the terminal was able to control running simulation program and replace the instructor’s desk of the simulator. Results It was shown that the terminal made the interactive interface to simulator more simple and friendly with the complete function. Comparing with the instructor’s desk, it has no difference in training effect, so as to meet the autonomous demand. Conclusion Owe to mobile terminal, the man–machine interactive mode is expanded, the training autonomy is improved greatly and the training resource is saved at the same time.


Simulator Mobile Interactive control 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.China Astronaut Research and Training CenterBeijingChina

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