Leto™ - A Spaceflight Intelligence System

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2024-07-21

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2024 International Conference on Environmnetal Systems

Abstract

As the commercial space industry accelerates and humanity sets its sights on deep-space destinations, the human capital required to support these bold endeavors grows dramatically. To alleviate the strain on the industry workforce, reduce cost, and optimize operations, Collins Aerospace (an RTX business) is developing a spaceflight intelligence system, Leto™, that integrates with existing and future systems. Leto™ is a full-stack system that uses physics-based models and AI-powered algorithms to continuously monitor and inform ground support personnel and onboard crew about the performance of their vehicle's Environmental Control and Life Support System (ECLSS). Leto™, trained and verified on decades of spaceflight telemetry, surveys a vehicle's ECLSS and provides performance metrics, prognostics, and anomaly detection functions that alert users to system degradation and advise when upcoming maintenance events should occur. Intelligent ECLSS monitoring with Leto™ allows greater insight into system performance while reducing the labor required to do so, letting critical engineering staff focus on value-added activities. This paper introduces Leto™, discusses its capabilities through actual use cases, and concludes with next steps.

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Jake Rohrig, Collins Aerospace, USA
Taylor Kirk, Collins Aerospace, USA
Miguel Torres, Collins Aerospace, USA
Hunter Sandidge, Collins Aerospace, USA
Jackson Wehr, Collins Aerospace, USA
Jacob Werschey, Collins Aerospace, USA
ICES301: Advanced Life Support Systems Control
The 53rd International Conference on Environmental Systems was held in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, on 21 July 2024 through 25 July 2024.

Keywords

Leto™, Intelligent, ECLSS, Artificial, Intelligence, AI, Prognostics, Prediction, Anomaly, Detection, Monitoring

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