MONSID propellant management models could be used at NASA KSC’s cryogenic test lab and SSC’s high-pressure gas facility. Propellant management monitoring using MONSID can support current and future programs, providing autonomous fault detection and identification at on the ground, in-flight, and in I&T, as well as in training and recovery operations. It is applicable to a broad range of NASA operational and test facilities as well as missions including Artemis, Gateway, Orion, SLS, from near-Earth to off-world, risk-adverse, and experimental.
This technology is well suited for systems with modular HW/SW architectures. These new architectures will require updated model-based autonomy-enabling approaches to support them. It improves situational awareness in AFRL/DoD missions, and can be leveraged by large and small prime contractors, FFRDCs/UARCs, and non-US aerospace organizations.