- 自动化与控制 - 可编程逻辑控制器 (PLC)
- 自动化与控制 - 监督控制和数据采集 (SCADA)
- 功能应用 - 远程监控系统
- 基础设施即服务 (IaaS) - 其他
- 传感器 - 温度传感器
位于俄亥俄州桑达斯基的 Plum Brook 站的航天器推进研究设施是世界上最大的太空模拟室，直径 100 英尺，飞行高度超过六层楼。在完成必要的电力、燃料、氧化剂和吹扫气体连接后，该设施在真空室内进行测试。为了在地球上重建外层空间的条件，测试设施依靠真空泵和低温系统，可以模拟低至 -423°F 的深空温度。保护科学家和工程师对于安全推进太空任务至关重要。
可编程逻辑控制器与 SCADA 和历史软件一起使用，以控制和记录从雨淋系统启动到发动机测试点火完成和设施关闭的所有测试点火事件。 WIN-911 在测试过程中通过语音呼叫以及电子邮件和寻呼通知向 NASA 工程师提供关键警报信息。
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