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New Monitoring Interface for the AMS Experiment

  title={New Monitoring Interface for the AMS Experiment},
  author={R K Hashmani and Maxim Konyushikhin and Baosong Shan and Xudong Cai and Melahat Bilge Demirkoz Middle East Technical University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Beihang University},
The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) is constantly exposed to harsh condition on the ISS. As such, there is a need to constantly monitor and perform adjustments to ensure the AMS operatessafelyandefficiently.WiththeadditionoftheUpgradedTrackerThermalPumpSystem,thelegacymonitoringinterfacewasnolongersuitableforuse.Thispaperdescribesthenew AMS Monitoring Interface (AMI). The AMI is built with state-of-the-art time series database and analytics software. It uses a custom feeder program to process… 


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