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									Satellite Orbit Visualization


                Vladimir Ivanov

                    Oceanit
      Project Supervisor: Frank Dachille
Project Advisor: Dale Nahoolewa, Curt Leonard
 Home Institution: University of Hawai’i at Hilo
              Overview
 Oceanit

 HANDS
    High Accuracy Network Determination
     System

 Data representing problem

 Solution
    Defining
    Designing
    Implementing
                 Oceanit
Innovation through engineering & science excellence



           Aerospace
           Consulting Engineering
           Life Sciences
           Information Technology
                    HANDS
High Accuracy Network Determination System


 Worldwide network of ground optical stations

 Identify, track, and characterize
  objects in space

 Air Force Research Lab
             Problem
 Enormous amount of information

 Constant stream of data

 Meaningful structure

 Current representation of the data is
  not familiar to the end user
Data representation
Solution
     Solution


- Add new features to an
   existing application

- Create a new application
     that contains the
     required features
Celestia
 Open Source
  Software Application
 Stand alone
  application
 Not well maintained
Define New Application
Requirements
     2 Dimensional data representation
     Real-time updates
     Dynamic data rescaling
     Multiple series
     Interactive application
     Clear structure of the application
        Why C#
 Safer than predecessors
 Fast data management
 Flexible
 Automatic memory management
 Good for interactive applications
 C++ evolution
                               C#
Design & Implementation

 Design phase
 Object oriented
 Code Structure
  - Hierarchical
 Easy to understand
 Grounds of the project
            2D Visualization
Longitude




                                        Time

             • 2D data representation
             • Real-time updates
             • Dynamic data rescaling
Longitude   2D Visualization




                               Time




             • 2D data representation
             • Real-time updates
             • Dynamic data rescaling
              Multiple data series
3D Visualization
3D Visualization
Conclusion

 Goal        Project
    Acknowledgements
   Frank Dachille
   Brian Lee
   Dale Nahoolewa
   Curt Leonard
   Lisa Hunter
   Hilary O’Bryan
   Scott Seagroves
   Center for Adaptive Optics
   Oceanit
   University Of Hawai’i at Hilo
    Funding Provided trough the CfAO, a NSF Science
    and Technology Center (STC), AST - 987683

								
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