CCT Delivers Super High Speed Telemetry Project to MIT

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – February 20, 2013 – Command and Control Technologies has delivered a telemetry processing system that handles data at one of the highest rates in the industry.  Delivered to Lincoln Labs at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in support of a Department of Defense project, the system can process up to 20 megabits, or 20 million bits of data, every second.

“A twenty megabit processing capability is faster than anything we’ve ever seen in the civil aerospace industry,” said Rodney Davis, CCT Vice President of Technical Operations. “The lab had searched for a solution for some time before turning to us.”

CCT engineers optimized the hardware-software interface, known as device drivers, of existing products to achieve this throughput rate. Restructured algorithms and direct memory access technology were at the core of the optimization. The higher processing rate will be available to future customers of the CCT telemetry product line.

About CCT

Command and Control Technologies Corporation provides real-time mission critical automation to help decision makers control their operations efficiently and effectively. Based in Titusville, Florida near NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, CCT specializes in the design and development of highly automated control systems for mission critical applications like range control, space launch, automated perimeter security, and industrial process control. See www.cctcorp.com for more information.

 

 

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