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Ames Planning Software Goes Live Across Multiple International Space Agencies
(Feb 16, 2015)
On February 16, 2015, the European Space Agency, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency and NASA Marshall Space Flight Center are scheduled to transition from the Consolidated Planning System (CPS) to the newly developed Score and Plan Repository suite of tools developed at NASA Ames Research Center. This transition will allow, for the first time, real-time collaboration for all long range ISS plans.

In February 2014, the new software product named Plan Repository, in conjunction with an upgraded Score, was deployed on console in the International Space Station (ISS) Mission Control at Johnson Space Center. Plan Repository, delivered by the Human-Computer Interaction group, is a software tool for ISS crew and ground schedulers that complements Score, the primary planning tool for all real-time schedule changes. With the deployment of Plan Repository and the new features in Score, flight controllers now can use one suite of tools for a range of plans, particularly increment-long plans, weeklong plans, and real-time plans. Additionally, for the first time, flight controllers can access plans remotely and concurrently in real-time, and collaborate with planners from different centers and international partner locations. Score and Plan Repository are part of OPTIMiS, the suite of software tools that supports ISS planning. The Human-Computer Interaction Group has developed and deployed planning and scheduling tools for ISS flight controller positions since 2010.
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