The Wallops Systems Software Engineering Branch is the Software Engineering Division's engineering service provider at the Wallops Flight Facility. We develop integrated systems for real-time mission support, perform prototyping in collaboration with other NASA and government organizations, universities, and commercial partners, and develop testbeds to prove concepts in an operational environment. We analyze, design, test, develop, and integrate unique SW, HW, COTS, and data systems solutions to meet our customers' requirements.
JARSS-MP is a flight safety analysis tool that will enable the rapid production of flight safety data to support the analysis of a potential launch. It is intended to support the capability of a rapid response mission with a 6 day call-up. Read More
The ACCTS project will automate the current manual way of conducting FTS Receiver Bench Testing of standard IRIG Receivers. ACCTS will require minimum operator interaction thereby reducing the labor and time required for testing. ACCTS automation will also provide an increase in the . . . Read More
Code 589 is developing the GUI’s for the Power and Ordnance Systems. These systems help facilitate testing of the systems pre-launch. They display critical data and allow command to be sent while the payload is on the ground. Code 589 is also developing a command system that will allow commanding . . . Read More
Selectable Internet Protocol Slaving (SIPS) is a real-time system which uses network based communications to provide slaving for antennas without slaving. SIPS has replaced older slaving systems and has provided one generic slaving system for all installations. SIPS receives live position . . . Read More
WASP is a new precision pointing system designed to aim balloon-borne telescopes at inertial targets with sub arcsecond accuracy . It is follow on to a Code 598 IRAD project, funded and managed by the balloon office. David Stuchlik is the project manager and Jim Lanzi is technical lead; other team . . . Read More