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We are creating a suite of Mission Support Tools for operational activities. Each of our products will solve one particular operational problem but they are built to be interoperable. We take pride in developing applications with a superior and consistent user experience. Our product suite can be configured and composed to fit your specific operational needs.

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Innoflair Logbook

The Innoflair Logbook is particularly suited for control centers, providing a straight-forward web-browser interface for operators to log events. Its design is based on our long-standing experience with custom logbook solutions developed for world-leading satellite operators.

Events can be logged manually by operators through the web interface and also by other applications via a secure REST API or via the Connect message bus. Operators can add comments to events. Files (logs, screenshots, etc) can be attached to events and to comments. There is a timeline view to show the events that have occurred in any selected date interval and also a calendar view to show the number of events occurring each day. The events in each view can be filtered according to Event type and other attributes.

The application runs on a central server and is compatible with recent versions of Linux/Unix. The application and the associated database can also be run in Docker containers. The web interface has been thoroughly tested in most recent browser versions, including Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Edge. No software installation is required on the users workstations. User authentication is required and can be performed within the application or via a PAM (LDAP, Active Directory, etc.) interface.

The events are stored in an PostgreSQL database. The database can be easily backed-up and/or mirrored offsite using standard PostgreSQL tools and procedures.

Please contact us if you require more details. Access to a demo instance will be made available.

Main Features

  • Simple, Intuitive Interface
  • Manual and API Logging
  • Configurable Event Types
  • Search and Event Filtering
  • Responsive UI - usable on mobile devices

 

Innoflair Plan

Innoflair Plan is an application for Operator Activity Planning. The application maintains a list of predefined Activities that can be used as a template for creating Tasks. Plan also maintains a list of Resources (person or physical resource) that can be used to carry out these activities. A Task is an instance of an Activity, assigned to a Resource (or multiple Resources) and given a start date and an end date. Management of Activities and Resources is restricted to 'supervisor' users.

All users can view the Tasks in the following ways:

  • The Home View - a summary of in-progress and pending Tasks, optimised for display in the control room.
  • The Tasks View - a tabular list of all Tasks, optimised for planning and retrieval of finished task data.
  • The Timeline View - a graphical timeline of the Tasks, optimised for planning and a daily overview.

Any user can create a new Task, add notes, mark when a Task has started and when a Task has finished. The Task status is shown in all views. There is also an indicator to show when a task has a conflict with one or more other tasks. A conflict is when the same resource is assigned to work on two overlapping tasks. It should be made clear that in the current version the tasks must be created manually by users and that the application does not attempt to solve conflicts or otherwise optimise the planning.

The start and completion of a Task can be automatically logged to the Innoflair Logbook.

The application runs on a central server and is compatible with recent versions of Linux/Unix. The application and the associated database can also be run in Docker containers. The web interface has been thoroughly tested in most recent browser versions, including Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Edge. No software installation is required on the users workstations. User authentication is required and can be performed within the application or via a PAM (LDAP, Active Directory, etc.) interface.

The events are stored in an PostgreSQL database. The database can be easily backed-up and/or mirrored offsite. A single license will cover the common operational scenario where the event database is mirrored to a backup control center.

Please contact us if you require more details. Access to a demo instance will be made available.

Main Features

  • Operator Activity Planning
  • Operator View
  • Supervisor Overview
  • Task Conflict Detection
  • Connection to Innoflair Logbook
  • Responsive UI - usable on mobile devices

 

Innoflair Connect

Innoflair Connect will be our next product. It is a configurable message bus to link our current and future products together and provide a flexible, open interface to other applications. Stay tuned!

Innoflair Accept

Testing is a necessary activity but not usually an enjoyable one, especially when you need to use unfriendly tools. The aim of Accept is manage requirements and testing for small projects, while being simple and enjoyable to use.

Accept can help you manage Manual End-to-End testing. Test procedures can be written within the application using a spreadsheet-like interface or easily imported from an external source. The test procedures can then be linked to system requirements. Once the tests have been linked to the requirements, it is possible to view the overall requirements coverage and generate a Test Plan that can be shared with the end customer.

Accept can now help you run your manual end-to-end tests. You can define your software releases and deployment instances. You can now create test runs linked to a particular software release and deployment instance and run the tests in the browser. You can indicate the success or failure of each test step and separately the acceptance status of each linked requirement. Finally, you can create tickets linked to the test and indicate whether the tickets seen in previous test runs are still present or fixed.

Once you have run through all your tests, Accept can write the Test Report for you. Create a test report and select the test runs that you want to include in the report. The report is then be generated for you, showing all test run results, requirement acceptance statuses and test ticket observations.

Last, but not least, Accept can output an overall Requirement Compliance Matrix. This shows for any software release, the compliance status of all the requirements. Requirements that have not yet met acceptance criteria can be easily identified.

We use Accept in-house to manage acceptance testing of all our products and bespoke software developments.

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