Vehicle Management

SOFTWARE CATALOG
Vehicle Management
Vehicle Management
Flight Software, Spacecraft Processes, Command and Data Handling, Instrument Management
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Core Flight System (CFS) Checksum Application Version 2
Checksum (CS) is one of the reusable applications that make up the Core Flight System (CFS). The technology performs memory integrity management by verifying the contents of critical flight memory regions. Unexpected changes in memory (i.e., due to an SEU) are reported to ground operators.
Open Source
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Core Flight System (CFS) Health and Safety Application Version 2
The plug-and-play CFS Health and Safety application is compatible with the Core Flight Executive (cFE) and uses the Operating System Abstraction Layer (OSAL), both of which were developed by Goddard Space Flight Center in order to provide a reusable, platform-independent, mission-independent, layered architecture for hosting applications. The technology can be used for any government or commercial spacecraft. Please visit the following URL for additional information: http://sourceforge.net/projects/coreflightexec/files/cFE-6.1.1/
Open Source
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Core Flight Software System (CFS) File Manager Application Version 2.5.3
The File Manager application (FM) is a core Flight System (cFS) application that is a plug in to the Core Flight Executive (cFE) component of the cFS. The FM application provides onboard file system management services by processing ground commands for copying, moving, and renaming files, decompressing files, creating directories, deleting files and directories, providing file and directory informational telemetry messages, and providing open file and directory listings.
Open Source
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Hazards Analysis Management Tool (HAMT)
HAMT uses a single software tool to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of hazard analyses. Composed of a Microsoft Access front-end (that contains the user interface) paired with a Microsoft Access back-end (that stores analysis data), the software can be used to enter, edit, and report information throughout the hazard analysis lifecycle.
U.S. Government Purpose Release
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Comments Export/Management Tool
This tool is a collection of macros that work with Microsoft Word to export Word comments into a pre-formatted Excel spreadsheet, which is used to disposition comments during a document review and serves as an official record of the disposition of each comment. The tool includes the ability to add comments in real time and trigger an automatic update of the spreadsheet and the ability to instantly navigate from a row in the spreadsheet to the matching comment in the Word document (through the use of hyperlinks). This tool vastly improves the efficiency of electronic document reviews of acquisition documents.
U.S. Government Purpose Release
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Range Safety Algorithm Software Module for an Autonomous Flight Safety System
This software library was developed to mitigate the public safety risks of hazards associated with the flight of expendable launch vehicles and other unmanned flight vehicles. The software encapsulates the various constructs and algorithms required to accomplish Time Space Position Information (TSPI) data management from multiple tracking sources. At its core, the technology evaluates various user-configurable rule sets that govern the qualification of TSPI data sources; provides a pre-launch autonomous hold-launch function; performs flight-monitoring/flight-termination functions; and provides end-of-mission safing.
General Public Release
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NASA HMS (Hazard Management System)
The Web-based, access-controlled NASA Hazard Management System (HMS) provides a centralized repository for hazards regardless of origin and offers the ability to report and manage real-time hazards and controls. The primary mechanism for identifying and documenting hazardous conditions within HMS lies in the creation and management of two types of analysis documents: Hazard Analyses (HAs) and Job Hazard Analyses (JHAs). While these two document types offer different approaches for hazard identification and classification, they both offer controls for mitigating hazards. HMS provides a framework within which HA and JHA documents are created, reviewed, and approved. Once approved, the hazardous conditions identified within a document are considered active. More important, the controls associated with the hazards are then also considered active. HMS includes the mechanisms required to evaluate hazards using standard Risk Assessment Code (RAC) scoring.
General Public Release
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CFS Command and Data Dictionary Tool (CCDDT)
This software is a configurable ground-based software tool for managing spacecraft command and telemetry data. It accepts multiple input formats and produces output files suitable for use by flight and display software tools. No agreement with NASA is needed. You can download the software at: https://github.com/nasa/CCDD
Open Source
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The EDRN Knowledge Environment
JPL has provided the underlying infrastructure to share data increasing the study power associated with capturing and comparing information. The infrastructure provides software services including data processing and management (eCAS), biomarker data management (BMDB), specimen data management (ERNE), and a portal to link the system together and provide access. These are software built on top of the Apache OODT software services.
Open Source
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