Improves the processing, verification, and validation for the Space Launch System. Highlights include efficient scheduling and fewer requirements for human planners.
|Aurora AMP (Automated Manifest Planner) for Space Shuttle Scheduling
Performs long and short-term schedules for ground-based activities and before and after space missions.
|MIDAS (Managed Intelligent Deconfliction and Scheduling) for the Air Force Satellite Control Network
Provides a user-friendly interface modeled on legacy Electronic Schedule Dissemination (ESD) systems. It runs on inexpensive consumer hardware and communicates with legacy systems via a well-defined plain-text file format.
Scheduling algorithm that takes as input the space catalog and the associated covariance matrices and produces a globally optimized schedule for each sensor site as to what objects to observe and when. Is able to schedule more observations with the same sensor resources and have those observations be more complementary.
|IFAP for ISS Scheduling
Used to assign flight activities, enabling the planners to quantify the risks of each plan. Planners control the scheduling process by choosing from a list of intelligent heuristics.
|PASAP (Phased Array Smart Allocation and Planning)
Automated deconfliction and path planning technology developed to enable phased array antennas to support multiple simultaneous satellite contacts without overlapping active areas.
Provides an integrated set of data management, task management, analysis, and data visualization capabilities. These capabilities improve space situational awareness, reduce manpower requirements, dramatically shorten EMI response time, enable the system to evolve without programmer involvement, and support adversarial scenarios such as jamming.
|RAPTOR (RFI Detection and Prediction Tool)
Provides better-quality schedules, faster scheduling, and the ability to handle larger, more complex sets of requests. RAPTOR negotiates resolution of conflicts in an automated or semi-automated manner and performs far-future and automatic abnormal real-time scheduling signal detection and prediction.
Produces real-time threat assessments for space domain awareness (SDA) using probabilistic reasoning from multi-source information ranging from sensor data and pattern-of-life analytics to open source intelligence.
The MALINA project for training satellite planners creates a novel collaborative approach to constructing assessment knowledge, by combining machine learning with instructor-provided annotations. This annotation utility supplements learned assessment measures with additional information from a human instructor or expert.
The MARS system is a globally-distributed, real-time system designed to create, view, edit, coordinate, and execute worldwide satellite communication schedules. The MARS system is used to ingest orbital information as well as requests from users, provide human schedulers with a highly flexible interface to optimize the schedule, and distribute the information to users and the automated antenna. In addition, MARS is built on a scheduling engine which automatically deconflicts the schedule reducing a human operator’s cognitive load by over 90%.