Advanced Data Acquisition and Processing System (ADAPS) – The Current State of the System
AuthorHafner, F. W. (Bill)
AffiliationEdwards Air Force Base
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AbstractThe technology growth in the Aerospace industry, as manifested and embodied in the current fighter technology, presents many challenges in the area of flight test and data processing. Past papers have delineated the concepts brought to bear in the design and implementation of the AFFTC’s latest generation of telemetry data systems in the Advanced Data Acquisition and Processing System (ADAPS) program. The current deployed system incorporates the planned approach of commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) and government-off-the-shelf (GOTS) elements as basic to the system solution. The state of the program has advanced through full development, delivery and performance testing. The system is currently deployed in support of flight testing at Edwards AFB. This paper will present the status of the program.
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