by Staff Writers
Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 24, 2014
Orbit Logic has announced that they will deliver their Collection Planning and Analysis Workstation (CPAW) software to an undisclosed customer for an upcoming satellite imaging system. The customer will initially use CPAW for analysis to help refine the design of their imaging system as well as demonstrate system capabilities to potential customers.
CPAW will later be deployed for lights-out operational planning for the same satellite imaging system.
Orbit Logic's Collection Planning and Analysis Workstation (CPAW) software solves the difficult problem of satellite imagery collection planning through a spacecraft simulator coupled with scheduling algorithms that generate valid and optimized high fidelity imagery collection plans for use in satellite operations, analysis, or imagery ordering.
CPAW covers everything from contact scheduling and recorder management to power and antenna modeling while accounting for clouds, terrain, timing constraints, and sensor capabilities. Planning can be completely manual, fully automated, or anywhere in between to plan for anything from a single image on a single satellite to extensive order decks collected by a constellation of multiple EO and SAR spacecraft with varying capabilities.
Orbit Logic specializes in mission planning and scheduling solutions for aerospace and geospatial intelligence. Orbit Logic's operationally proven COTS products create better plans faster with fewer resources for all mission phases.
Orbit Logic engineering services are available to configure, customize, and integrate Orbit Logic's mobile, web-based, and desktop applications to provide turn-key operational solutions that leverage the latest available technologies to meet customer goals and exceed their expectations.
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