HowStuffWorks Highlights DIDO Software

HowStuffWorks, a wholly owned subsidiary of Discovery Communications, is the award-winning source of credible, unbiased, and easy-to-understand explanations of how the world actually works. Read “How DIDO Works”

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Elissar Global Releases First Embedded Optimal Control Solution

(Carmel, CA August 10, 2011) Elissar Global announced today the availability of the first Real-Time Optimal Control (RTOC) solution in a revolutionary hardware product, the KR 8100 series. This embedded solution is the only one of its kind available today and promises fast and easy deployment of optimal control solutions. Built on DIDO software, it is currently available in multiple deployments for aerospace in both flight and ground systems.

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Naval Post Graduate School Professors Win Prestigious AIAA Award

Developer of DIDO and Naval Post Graduate School Professors awarded AIAA Mechanics and Control of Flight (MCF) award for their pioneering research. By Amanda Stein, Naval Postgraduate School Public Affairs At a ceremony in Toronto Aug. 3, two Naval Postgraduate School faculty members received the highest award presented by the American Institute of Aeronautics and […]

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International Space Station Zero-Propellant Maneuver

International Space Station Zero-Propellant Maneuver (ZPM) Demonstration shows for the first time new technology which rotates the Station by not expending on-orbit propellant. Download the full Article (PDF) By Barbara Honegger, Senior Military Affairs Journalist MONTEREY, Calif. (NNS) — Software created by a Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) professor has twice been used by NASA to maneuver […]

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DIDO Slew Maneuver

Transition Regional and Coronal Explorer (TRACE) spacecraft performs slew maneuver applying DIDO.  This first-ever time-optimal slew experiment promises new ways to move spacecraft optimizing results and performance.  Read full coverage from multiple  sources including NASA, NPS and  Monterey KION  news coverage. From NASA:  The fastest path between Point A and Point B is a straight line. Not so […]

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