NASA and D2K Tech team up on award-winning predictive condition-based maintenance research
NASA Stennis' Autonomous Systems Lab partnered with D2K Tech to research and develop innovative Predictive Condition Based Maintenance (PCBM) and enhanced system monitoring techniques for existing, critical facilities at Stennis Space Center.
The research focused on how the techniques could be applied to Stennis' liquid nitrogen system to increase its reliability and how the improvements could be leveraged to enable this critical system to operate more autonomously. The team’s results were presented at the 2021 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Aerospace Conference in March and was awarded Best Paper in Track for the Diagnostics, Prognostics, and Health Management (PHM).
Read more about the team’s success: https://www.nasa.gov/centers/stennis/news/releases/2021/SSC-Gaining-Recognition-for-Cutting-Edge-Autonomous-Systems-Work
Congratulations to D2K’s Federico Piatti and Mark Walker and to Stennis Space Center’s Fernando Figueroa and Lauren Underwood on the award! Thank you to Jean-Marie Forêt, Robert Matania, Vicente Camarillo, and the rest of D2K’s staff for all of your support!
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