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Center Innovation Fund: JSC CIF

Human-Systems Integration Processes (HSIP)

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Human-Systems Integration Processes

The goal of this project is to baseline a Human-Systems Integration Processes (HSIP) document as a companion to the NASA-STD-3001 and Human Integration Design Handbook. The HSIP describes processes for design and operation of safe and habitable crewed spacecraft.  

In FY12, this project removed the commercial-specific content from the Commercial Human-Systems Integration Design Processes (CHSIP), identified gaps in the documented design processes, and generated 5 new process chapters. The new chapters were based on human spaceflight (HSF) program needs and covered a large breadth of topics, from Legibility Evaluation to Design for Decompression Sickness Mitigation. In FY13, the approach is to conduct a Human Health and Performance (HH&P) review of the HSIP, and baseline the content for knowledge capture of HH&P processes and lessons learned, for training of new employees, and for use by current and future HSF programs.  

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