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BrahmVE Platform for Design and Test of Large Scale Multi-Agent Human-Centric Mission Concepts, Phase II

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BrahmVE Platform for Design and Test of Large Scale Multi-Agent Human-Centric Mission Concepts, Phase II
All research and development in the nation's space program is being aligned around the new Exploration Systems Enterprise vision. The proposed work product for this SBIR II, a Universal Model Repository (UMR) to reduce time and costs for a wide range of mission simulation and training applications, is designed to serve that vision. The UMR will allow NASA and its contractor community to use a license-free online database to store 3D geometry, procedures, animation, functional specifications and simulation assembly templates. The UMR will be delivered with the following three critical template simulation applications: 1) simulation template and applications for crew medical training in health and safety on long duration missions for ISS and Constellation/CEV; 2) simulation template and applications for the design of human-robotic systems and work practices to support long duration surface facilities on the Moon or Mars; and 3) simulation template and applications for rapidly developed, low cost just-in-time virtual training for in-flight ISS and future Constellation/CEV crews. More »

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