Mission Operations centers can range in size from something as modest as a single laptop connected to a backyard radio antenna, to multiple rooms housing dozens of consoles each equipped with many displays and combined with large projection systems at the front of the room. Due to its specialized nature, the software powering these systems is often developed in house, and frequently does not have the benefits of a modern architecture, mainstream libraries, and graphical capabilities.
Audacy created Quindar as an open-source, modern, browser based, real time data visualization platform to monitor and operate complex engineering systems in a spaceflight mission operations setting. While other FOSS (Free Open Source Software) projects of this nature exist, Quindar is commercially backed by Audacy, and we remain fully committed to maintain it as free (no cost, open source) to the growing worldwide community of spacecraft operators of all sizes, now and in perpetuity.
You can use Quindar for your own mission operations, deployed on your own metal, customized to suit your mission needs. If you do, please give back and contribute to the development community on GitHub (https://github.com/AudacySpace).