DASHlink, a collaborative website for Discovery in Aeronautics Systems Health, went public on June 6, 2008. DASHlink is a virtual laboratory for scientists and engineers to disseminate results and collaborate on research problems in health management technologies for aeronautics systems. It has just been presented to Dr. Jaiwon Shin, ARMD AA, and other leaders of NASA and Aeronautics Research and was well received.
BACKGROUND: DASHlink is a unique .gov site for its ability to allow registered users to comment on research topics without moderation prior to posting. Registered users can upload technical projects to disseminate, collaborate, and innovate more easily both within NASA and beyond. Users can also use DASHlink to find other researchers in Systems Health, upload open source algorithms, and download public data. For more information, visit dashlink.arc.nasa.gov.
NASA PROGRAM FUNDING: ARMD, IVHM project
TEAM MEMBERS: Dawn McIntosh (lead); Francesca Barrientos, PhD; Elizabeth Foughty; Bryan Matthews; Chris Fattarsi, Eric Titolo; and David Kluck
Contact: Dawn McIntosh