Charles River to Develop Energy Prediction App for Army

Charles River to Develop Energy Prediction App for Army

Charles River Analytics has secured a contract of undisclosed value to develop an app that will help the U.S. Army engineers analyze the reliability of energy resources.

The company said Thursday it will deliver the Probabilistic Operations Warranted for Energy Reliability Evaluation and Diagnostics, or POWERED app, which uses probability-based modeling to help energy operators prepare for potential outages.

“POWERED is a prognostic and diagnostic app for energy equipment that can help operators maintain power supplies and protect against future risks,” said Max Metzger, senior software engineer at Charles River Analytics.

The app uses a distributed set of probabilistic relational models to help operators diagnose and forecast failures across systems and components.

Charles River is incorporating its Figaro programming language into POWERED. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded the contract.

You may also be interested in...

Blue Origin

Blue Origin Launches 14th New Shepard Mission With Updated Crew Capsule

Blue Origin, a space company owned by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, used a capsule with updated crew systems during the company's 14th mission with the New Shepard rocket. The updated capsule featured new push-to-talk communications systems, noise reduction tools, cushioned wall linings, environmental systems and a crew alert system, Blue Origin said Thursday.

Teledyne

Teledyne Subsidiary to Produce Additional Navy LCS Missile Defense Modules

A Teledyne Technologies subsidiary has secured an $18M contract from Northrop Grumman to manufacture four more missile defense systems for the U.S. Navy's littoral combat ship mission package.

Orion

Lockheed’s Orion Spacecraft Concludes Assembly, Testing for NASA’s Artemis Mission to Lunar Orbit

Lockheed Martin has sent the Orion capsule to NASA’s exploration ground systems team for final preparations ahead of the unmanned Artemis I mission to lunar orbit that will launch later this year. The spacecraft concluded assembly operations and testing at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.