Vehicle Management

Vehicle Management
Vehicle Management
Flight Software, Spacecraft Processes, Command and Data Handling, Instrument Management
Trade-space Analysis Tool for designing Constellations (TAT-C) - Version 2.0
Trade-space Analysis Tool for designing Constellations (TAT-C) - Version 2.0
U.S. Government Purpose Release
Core Flight System (cFS) Housekeeping (HK) Application version 2.4.2
The Housekeeping (HK) application is one of the reusable applications that can be used with the Core Flight System (cFS) framework. HK provides the capability to take pieces of data from multiple messages and create a new message. This is very important for bandwidth constrained missions.
Open Source
Ndarts is designed as a general purpose dynamics library that can be used for the modeling of robotic platforms, space vehicles, molecular dynamics and such applications. All NASA space vehicles use such capabilities.
U.S. Government Purpose Release
Core Flight Software System (CFS) Memory Dwell Application Version 2.3.2
The Memory Dwell application (MD) is a core Flight System (cFS) application that is a plug in to the Core Flight Executive (cFE) component of the cFS. The MD application monitors memory addresses accessed by the CPU.
Open Source
cFS Data Storage (DS) application version 2.5.2
The Data Storage (DS) application is one of the reusable applications that is used with the Core Flight System (cFS) framework. DS manages the storing of data on-board a spacecraft for later transmission to the ground.
Open Source
Constellation Visualization Tool
The Constellation Visualization Tool (CVT) is a touchscreen interactive software tool, designed to model automated analyses of the Earth Observing System (EOS) Morning and Afternoon Constellations. These displays present data in a meaningful way through interactive visual displays that are intended to tell an interesting story, educate and inform users and the public about the missions NASA supports. Combining data presentation with user experience, user selected stories are brought to life, promoting awareness for NASA's mission of space exploration and scientific discovery.
U.S. and Foreign Release
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
Core Flight System (CFS) CFDP Version 2
The CFDP application provides the capability to transmit and receive files to/from the ground. Tables are used to allow flexibility in specifying directory priorities and configurations.
Open Source
Mesh Network Communication System
The system provides a framework for exchange of information between multiple network nodes to facilitate cooperation using a distributed mesh network communication architecture. A node is any entity, such as a vehicle, ground control station, etc., that is connected to the mesh network. Data exchanged can include such things as telemetry from vehicle-based nodes, commands from ground control nodes, science data, etc. By exchanging pertinent data, multiple nodes can act together to perform a task without requiring direct control from a central control node. The system was generically designed so that it would be applicable to any node type and many different vehicle types including UAVs and satellites. The mesh network architecture allows the system to adapt to individual node failures because by design the system has no master controlling the operation of the entire network.
Open Source
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