The iSWA system is a Web-based dissemination framework for NASA-relevant space weather information that combines forecasts based on the most advanced space weather models with concurrent space environment information. A key design driver for the iSWA system is to generate and present vast amounts of space weather resources in an intuitive, user-configurable, and adaptable format, enabling users to respond to current and future space weather impacts, as well as enabling post-impact analysis.

The Integrated Space Weather Analysis System is a joint development project at NASA GSFC among the Space Weather Laboratory, Community Coordinated Modeling Center, Applied Engineering and Technology Directorate, and the NASA Headquarters Office of the Chief Engineer.

This work was done by Marlo Maddox, Richard Mullinix, Peyush Jain, David Berrios, Michael Hesse, and Lutz Rastaetter of Goddard Space Flight Center. For further information, contact the Goddard Technology Transfer Office at (301) 286-5810. GSC-16291-1