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Center Innovation Fund: JSC CIF

Integrated Plan-Procedures-Telemetry Ops Concept and Prototype

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Project Introduction

The project scope includes developing the ops concept and prototype for a near-seamless interface between mission plans, electronic procedures and live telemetry data used in executing and monitoring In-Space and Planetary Surface Activities.  The time is right for determining a solution because of recent technology developments and mature operational expertise that exists to design a near-seamless software architect plan that also maximizes operational mobility.  Concepts will include auto access of applicable telemetry parameters within the procedure and plan notification of the procedure completion to help with future planning.  The research for this project will leverage off recent pursuits of these integrated interfaces from different approaches.  Operations and crew experts will propose the best approach to build on for future software development work.

Develop  an ops concept  of the integrated Planning System, Electronic Procedures  and Live Telemetry data interfaces to be used for In-Space and Planetary Surface Activities; leveraging off existing Next Generation Planning System, Electronic Procedures Viewer and Automation For Operations plan-procedure software, while adding in the capability  to process live telemetry.  The purpose for this is to establish a better situational awareness of  activity and procedures execution on a single interface which is not available today.  This is innovative because it includes the ability to view integrated or single system views on portable devices, benefiting overall Exploration ops  planning. 

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