TSC / CCS / MCS

Test - Integrate - Control

Feb 2014

OL support for strings

The TSC/CCS5 implementation of the OL expression language now supports returning strings, as was originally supported by SCOS2000.

The changes also provide
- a significant performance improvement
- possibility to set verbose execution on individual synthetics
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OpenCenter compatibility improvements

TSC and CCS5 now support OpenCenter (OC) ELISA expressions (PCF_NATUR=E) Read More...

Parameter group monitoring

TSC and CCS5 now support parameter group monitoring and a visual indicator whenever there is an alarm or warning in any parameter inside any group.
This is useful to help navigate quickly to a the views of problems inside the Read More...

CCS/TSC for Qt5 has a new Alarm Viewer…

The Alarm Viewer shows a tabular view of a batch of alarm messages raised by telemetry monitoring.

This viewer presents a current snapshot of the alarm status (in case the user has chosen to show the last alarm in each group) or allows to track down the first occurrence of a problem (in case the user has chosen to show the first alarm in each group). The full list of alarms can be found in the log view and archive log files in the RESULTS folder Read More...

New Procedure Model for tracking on ground and on board procedures (OBCP) status

The new CCS/TSC for Qt5 has a feature named Procedure Model, which allows you to track the status of the on ground procedures (e.g. TOPE sequences) and of the on board procedures (OBCPs - On Board Control Procedures)
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New License Allocation webpage

As of today, it will be possible to purchase, allocate and deallocate CCS and TSC licenses online!
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New graphics capabilities with Qt5-QML integration

CCS for Qt5 comes with enhanced graphics capabilities thanks to the Qt5-QML integration.

Qt5 uses an OpenGL-based scene graph, making it possible to do visually appealing user interfaces with animations, impressive graphical effects. Read More...

CCS release for Qt5 32 and 64 bit available!

A new release of CCS for Qt5 is now available for 32 and 64-bit WINDOWS ™ computers.
Qt5 is a major Qt upgrade, which became officially available in January 2013. It especially includes support for QML entirely OpenGL enabled. To find out about QML, try searching online for "Qt5 QML demo". Read More...