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Center Innovation Fund: JSC CIF

Space-based Human Reliability Analysis Development, Year 2 (HRA)

Completed Technology Project

Project Description

Space-based Human Reliability Analysis Development, Year 2

This is a first of its kind effort. All previous human reliability analysis (HRA) methods are solely ground-based. The current approach used by both the Shuttle and ISS programs is CREAM (Cognitive-based Reliability Error Analysis Method) and represents a 2nd generation HRA approach. Given JSC's 50 years of collecting and analyzing human performance during in-space activities, this project will take a first shot at combining ground-based performance shaping factors (PSFs) with those considered to be space-based PSFs. The product is expected to be used in all future space mission probabilistic risk assessments (PRAs).

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