Advanced Caution and Warning System Monitors Health of Orion Critical Vehicle Systems for EFT-1 The Advanced Caution and Warning Systems (ACAWS) project monitored the health of Orion critical vehicle systems using live data transmitted to the ground during the Exploration Flight Test 1 (EFT-1) mission. The ACAWS system was designed to monitor the mission from launch through splashdown to display information about failures and provide information on the effects of failures. With a user interface developed in close collaboration with the Johnson Space Center (JSC) Flight Operations Directorate, the ACAWS team demonstrated future Mission Control Center and onboard displays that maximize situational awareness during failures. ACAWS determines the cause of failures and identifies components that are affected by failures, both loss of function and loss of redundancy of critical equipment, to provide a comprehensive view of the health of the spacecraft after a failure. ACAWS also assists operators using “what-if queries that identify next-worst failures to help operations teams be prepared for the most critical system failures.
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