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Score Activity Planning Tool Successfully Deployed to International Space Station Operations
(Dec 8, 2011)
On December 5, 2011, Realtime Planning Engineers in the International Space Station (ISS) Mission Control Center transitioned to using the Ames-developed planning tool Score for flight operations. Score is now the primary planning tool used by flight controllers to process all realtime changes to the integrated crew and ground schedule for the ISS. The Score planning tool is a major component in a next-generation planning system slated for use across the agency and internationally. This week's deployment is the first major milestone in a phased rollout that aims to completely replace legacy ISS planning tools worldwide by 2014. Score is an adaptation of the Scheduling and Planning Interface for Exploration (SPIFe) toolkit, which has provided activity planning and modeling support for several flight projects and mission analogs across the agency since 2004. Score was designed and developed by members of the Human-Computer Interaction group and the Ensemble development team, a collaboration between the Ames Human-Systems Integration Division (Code TH) and Intelligent Systems Division (Code TI).
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