Extended mission systems integration standards for the humanenvironment and human-human interfaces

Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Sheryl L. Bishop

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    3 Scopus citations

    Abstract

    Needed is an analytical human factors evaluation framework or tool that would provide empirical metrics for the design of habitable environments and for the optimal functioning of the human crews who must live and work in such environments. Standards that result from this effort could be merged with the database products related to the Man-Systems Integration Standards (MSIS)* managed at NASA-JSC. Whereas the JSC-managed work focuses on the human-technology interface (i.e., humanmachine, human-equipment, human-material interfaces), this framework is interested in two other human factors interfaces. The humanenvironment interface focuses on the interiors and exteriors of the living and working environments in or near space platforms. The human-human interface focuses on the psychosocial aspects of group functioning that optimize mission objectives (as well as those that detract from them).

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Title of host publicationAIAA Space Architecture Symposium
    StatePublished - Dec 1 2002
    EventAIAA Space Architecture Symposium 2002 - Houston, TX, United States
    Duration: Oct 10 2002Oct 11 2002

    Publication series

    NameAIAA Space Architecture Symposium

    Other

    OtherAIAA Space Architecture Symposium 2002
    CountryUnited States
    CityHouston, TX
    Period10/10/0210/11/02

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Computer Science Applications
    • Space and Planetary Science
    • Aerospace Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Architecture

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