Qualtech to provide prototype test system for Space Station

PHOENIX -- Test experts at Honeywell Space Systems in Phoenix are choosing Qualtech Systems Inc. of Wethersfield, Conn., to develop a system that could provide remote model-based diagnostics for the International Space Station.

Qualtech engineers are providing their commercially available Testability Engineering and Maintenance System -- better known as TEAMS -- to provide failure/effects modeling, diagnostic analysis, and model-based runtime diagnostics.

Qualtech officials say they also will make use of their current NASA research program for telediagnosis, which provides remote monitoring of large-scale complex systems such as the Space Station.

Qualtech engineers say this system will assess system health aboard the Space Station and isolate any failed or failing component for presentation to NASA mission control operators.

For more information contact Qualtech by phone at 860-257-8014, by fax at 860-257-8312, by post at Putnam Park, 100 Great Meadow Road, Suite 501, Wethersfield, Conn. 06109-2378, by e-mail at info@teamqsi.com, or on the World Wide Web at http://www.teamqsi.com/.

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