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Aquanaut Software In Extreme Environments
(Dec 1, 2011)
The Human Computer Interaction Group's SPIFe team supported the final of the three supported analogs of 2011, NEEMO 15 (NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations). NEEMO is a two week long mission analog in Key Largo, FL, where Aquanauts live in a submerged habitat (Aquarius) and participate in realistic Extravehicular Activities (EVAs). Score, developed by the SPIFe team, was the primary planning software tool used by the mission operations planners from NASA Johnson Space Center for the analog mission. In addition, Score Mobile, a mobile web-based version of the Score, was used as the primary schedule viewing and procedure execution software by the aquanauts and Mobile Mission Control Center (MMCC). The web-based mobile plan and procedure tool was very well received by mission operations planners as well as other mission operations personnel. Both pieces of software are scheduled to be used for Pavilion Lake Research Project (PLRP), the Desert Research and Technology Studies (D-RATS), and NEEMO in 2012.
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