Dr. Max Spolaor, the TMC team's Chief Scientist and Principal Investigator and Intern M. J. Durst demonstrates how the system can graph results in 3D on Feb. 6, 2019 in White Hall, W.Va. As the result of a recent NASA Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I grant, a team of TMC Technologies of West Virginia (TMC) engineers and scientists developed a new mini-supercomputer and software to ensure space flight software performs as safely and efficiently as possible.
Dr. Max Spolaor, the TMC team's Chief Scientist and Principal Investigator and Intern M. J. Durst demonstrates how the system can graph results in 3D on Feb. 6, 2019 in White Hall, W.Va. As the result of a recent NASA Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I grant, a team of TMC Technologies of West Virginia (TMC) engineers and scientists developed a new mini-supercomputer and software to ensure space flight software performs as safely and efficiently as possible. Times-West Virginian via AP Tammy Shriver
Dr. Max Spolaor, the TMC team's Chief Scientist and Principal Investigator and Intern M. J. Durst demonstrates how the system can graph results in 3D on Feb. 6, 2019 in White Hall, W.Va. As the result of a recent NASA Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I grant, a team of TMC Technologies of West Virginia (TMC) engineers and scientists developed a new mini-supercomputer and software to ensure space flight software performs as safely and efficiently as possible. Times-West Virginian via AP Tammy Shriver