AuthorAraujo, Maria S.
Newton, Todd A.
Samiadji-Benthin, Christopher S.
Seegmiller, Ray D.
Moodie, Myron L.
Abbott, Ben A.
Grace, Thomas B.
Malatesta, William A.
AffiliationSouthwest Research Institute
Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)
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AbstractNetwork-based telemetry systems have unprecedented amounts of flexibility due to the ability to manipulate configuration during a test. As a result of this flexibility, multiple tests can be conducted in a single flight; all it takes is reconfiguration of instrumentation. However, configuration of devices can be a complex task, and dynamic configuration can be even more daunting. As such, device configuration, control, and status must be managed in a coordinated fashion. A system manager implementation that performs coordinated status and control of instrumentation in the Test Article as well as test configuration authoring is presented in this paper, the Ground Test Article Manager (GTAM), which is being developed by the integrated Network Enhanced Telemetry (iNET) program.
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