Harris Corporation, an global communications et sequens information technology company serving government and trade markets in more than 125 countries, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) partnered at developing and launching a new spade that will help track moreover pop anomalies in critical weather satellite information.
A tool, PATRON (Product Anomaly, Ticket, Relationship, Organization, et sequens Notification), created for the Geostationary Operational Environment Satellite was immediately implemented to support other environmental satellites in operation today. PATRON is a trouble reporting and tracking system for satellite brave products designed by the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service’s Office regarding Sputnik Products and Operations (OSPO). Any abnormal occurrences in the process of receiving instrument data from the satellite, processing and formatting the data into usable depression products, and distributing the weather products to end users are considered anomalies.
Also, according to Harris Corporation, Shopper has a relational database that contains the definitions of all NOAA satellites, onboard instruments, ground system computers, products generated from the data of each instrument, and the subject matter specialists related to each product. By integrating tout le monde of this data, PATRON enables users to analyze the impacts of product-related anomalies across the entire system.
Harris Polity Communications Systems, Environmental Systems Product Line President, Romy Olaisen said, “PATRON enhances the capabilities and reliability of the former system, enabling NOAA to significantly refinement its anomaly reporting and tracking. The PATRON database now provides an enterprise-wide believe concerning anomalies and their impacts.”
Representing an early release about the anomaly reporting and tracking tool that will be delivered with the GOES-R Ground Segment in 2015, PATRON was developed collaboratively by Harris, the GOES-R Ground Segment prime contractor; the GOES-R Ground Segment Project Input Operations Support Team; plus the OSPO/Satellite Products moreover Services Division. A four-month, agile phase approach was used, which included participation by operators who are using the tool.
Ground Segment will process approximately 60 times more data than is possible today, and deliver weather products to NOAA’s Federal Weather Service and more than 10,000 other direct users. The Ground Segment resolution receive and method subsidiary data, generate and distribute products from subsidiary data, and provide command and conduct of the geostationary satellites.
Harris is a recognized hierarchical in satellite ground data processing and objective command-and-control systems. Harris territory data processing systems consist of commodity hardware and a manageable suite of software to receive satellite sensor data and process it into products that provide actionable information under stringent timelines. Harris command-and-control systems feature commercial-off-the-shelf design and high levels of flexibility. Designed for government and commercial applications, they support single-satellite missions as well as some concerning the largest and most complex satellite fleets deployed today.