Aerospace, Analysis, Modeling, Simulation, and Design
Redmoon Systems specializes in innovation and research in aerospace consulting. Our clients consist of major aerospace firms as well as diverse corporate and privately funded interests.
We leverage research and innovation across aerospace domains with experience to provide a unique blend of consulting services that meet the client’s needs in product development, project management, and business planning. Redmoon provides capabilities to bridge knowledge gaps in aerospace, security, and defense.
Cutting-edge industries employ a wide range of tools to enable technologies for military and civilian mission objectives. We specialize in computer aided design, modeling, and simulation across the multiple disciplines:
Mission Modeling and Control Systems
Situational analysis for space platforms
Electro-optical systems for military, civilian, and scientific
End-to-end artificial intelligence solutions integrating algorithm development for tracking, discrimination, and analysis
Data fusion and graphical display of strategic information
Geopolitical analysis through application of space situational awareness systems to complex geospatial environments
Redmoon Systems remains uniquely positioned through its high-value innovation and consulting services for its clients. We provide the customer with advanced and effective knowledge-based tools for mission-driven pragmatic solutions.
A Picture is worth a Thousand Words
In ancient military strategy, it was seen as advantageous to occupy the high ground during a battle. Today, the high ground is provided by computer-assisted technologies such as virtual reality, simulation, automated analysis, and data fusion. In addition technologies using space for peaceful purposes contribute to advanced situational awareness of the battlefield.
Code is Poetry
If you want to learn more about Redmoon Systems, or if you are interested in helping with the project, head over to the GitHub repository.
Space Policy affects nations and governments, all over the word. Our economies are shaped by our efforts to expand our consciousness among the stars, as new technologies and ideas are generated by our thirst for knowledge and exploration. Much of space exploration today takes place via robotic technologies, which are teaching us more about our world and galaxy. One thing is sure, what we do in space has a deep impact on Earth. Societies are shaped by the stories and myths we tell each other. Just think of how settling America affected economies around the globe. New industries opened up, and global consciousness grew out of pure exploration. If humans settled Mars or another world, how would our society change?
For the first time, x-ray frequencies have been used to study the passage of a giant exoplanet in front of its central star. The images taken tell us how x-rays are absorbed by the atmosphere of the planet, and how they interact with the planet’s moon. What kind of atmosphere would the planet need to support life as we know it?
Accountants address a unique need by the people of the aerospace industry. A lot of us don’t have a problem making money, but we don’t understand how to save it. With excess credit card debt and entangled webs of bills, invoices, and financial obstacles we often need a friend who can give us a helping hand….
Lockheed Martin launched a new initiative to open its programs to the public as NASA calls for ideas and innovation from a broad set of communities and the general public. This game-changing strategy is a realization that creativity often occurs at home, in our individual communities, and among wider social networks. The idea is to tap the open source universe for new ideas on how to build a community on Mars and the moon. Some of the most interesting approaches suggest that every home will soon become a laboratory for the exploration of Mars, thanks to virtual reality gear and new software innovations. We currently have so much data on the Red Moon that folks at NASA and JPL have been able to simulate the martian environment with extraordinary levels of accuracy. What do you think would be needed to bring Mars “down to Earth?”