Modeling and simulation
Redwire Announces Initial Operational Capability of New Digital Engineering Lab
The Hyperion Operational Space Simulation laboratory includes a suite of Redwire software and hardware-in-the-loop configurations. The capabilities support next-generation space solutions such as advanced artificial intelligence, machine learning and cyber technologies, Redwire said.
“HOSS provides the industry with a unique environment to prove out concepts, conduct rapid prototyping and de-risk complex systems using the best digital engineering has to offer,” Cannito said.
He added that HOSS offers both government and industry customers an environment to test concepts, conduct rapid prototyping and de-risk complex systems.
Redwire said the digital engineering laboratory was designed based on a modular open system architecture, allowing users to easily swap out third-party components and systems.
Stanley Kennedy Jr., chief architect at Redwire, said the laboratory is accessible from remote locations and supports distributed development and collaboration.
Redwire said that the HOSS facility’s ability to accelerate the delivery of new capabilities supports the Department of Defense’s Joint All-Domain Command and Control, the concept of connecting sensors from all of the military branches into a single network.
The company recently demonstrated its Hybrid Architecture Laboratory Operational Environment, a government-sponsored digital engineering platform also designed to support JADC2 efforts.
Redwire said it is currently maintaining several digital engineering programs that will fully integrate with HOSS.
Tags: AI artificial intelligence digital engineering HALOE HOSS Hybrid Architecture Laboratory Operational Environment Hyperion Operational Space Simulation JADC2 Joint All-Domain Command and Control machine learning Peter Cannito Redwire space Stanley Kennedy