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  • 1. The Power of a “Can Do” team:Conducting the Constellation SRR Matt Leonard, PMP Deputy Manager Lunar Surface Systems Project Office NASA
  • 2. Agenda♦ Introduction♦ Team Environment♦ Program Need♦ Programs Culture♦ Teams Motivation♦ Summary 2
  • 3. Important First Step for CxP A Bold Vision for Space Exploration, Authorized by Congress♦ Complete the International Space Station♦ Safely fly the Space Shuttle until 2010♦ Develop and fly the Crew Exploration Vehicle no later than 2014♦ Return to the Moon no later than 2020♦ Extend human presence across the solar system and beyond♦ Implement a sustained and affordable human and NASAÕ Exploration Roadmap s robotic program 1st Human Orion Flight♦ Develop supporting innovative technologies, 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 knowledge, and infrastructures Initial Orion Capability Lunar Outpost Buildup♦ Promote international and commercial participation in exploration 7th Human NASA Authorization Act of 2005 Lunar Robotic Missions Lunar Landing The Administrator shall establish a program to develop a sustained human presence on the Science Robotic Missions QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. Moon, including a robust precursor program to QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decom pressor are needed to see this picture. Mars Expedition Design promote exploration, science, commerce and U.S. Commercial Crew/Cargo for ISS Commercial Crew/Cargo for ISS QuickTime™ and a Commercial Crew/Cargo for ISS decompressor Ares V Development are needed to see this picture. preeminence in space, and as a stepping stone to Space Shuttle Ops future exploration of Mars and other destinations. Orion Development Orion Development October 2006 2 Ares I Development Ares I Development Orion Production and Operations Orion Production and Operations Early Design Activity Lunar Lander Development Earth Departure Stage Development Surface Systems Development October 2006 4 SRR Schedule Overview - Updated 10/30 QuickTime™ and a 2006 2007 Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decompressor Drop 9/15 CO #1 CO #2 Pre-Board Remaining CxP SRR RIDs & Comments Burned Off Per are needed to see this picture. Reqmts- based 10-6 10-24 Ends 11/9 Approved Plans w/ Progressive/PrioritizedBaselining BOARD Program Christmas Holidays 12/1 11/14 Final of Incremental Baseline QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. 9/18 & 19 Kickoff Drop #2 Reqmts Document Drop CxP SRR Del. 10/610/18 Final to Projects Synchronization CLV Go/No Go Rqmt. Synch. Rqmt. Synch. QuickTime™ and a decompressor 9/15 are needed to see this picture. Projects Initial ’ RID CO Pre-Board QuickTime™ and a Alignment to this . Ver. Ver decompressor 11/22 are needed to see this picture. 12/12 CLV SRR Product Dev/Align CLV SRR CLV SRR SRR K/O BOARD QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. 11/06 12/19 Req B/L for SDR & Req B/L Products Data Drop for IBR Pre-Board Released 12/15 12/22 Starts 1/29 2/22 CEV SRR Product Dev/Align CEV SRR CEV SRR RID CO 1/12 BOARD 2/9 Final Tech Direction 2/28 Data Drop Pre-Board 1/15 Starts 2/9 Ground Ops SRR RID CO BOARD 2/16 1/29 RID CO 2/13 BOARD 3/6 Mission Sys SRR Data Drop Pre-Board Collectively We Must Maintain 1/30 Starts 2/27 Translating Vision into Timely Reality Disciplined Vertical Alignment EVA SRR Data Drop 2/12 Pre-Board Starts 3/13 BOARD 3 RID CO Thanksgiving 2/27 3/16 November 10, 2006 28
  • 4. Learning & Leveraging From the Past as We Lean Forward with Today’s/Tomorrow’s Technologies• 34 Years since last Human Building on a Foundation of Proven Technologies Space Transportation SRR - Launch Vehicle Comparisons - – People working together will be the key to our success Crew Lunar Lander Lander – Must learn from/leverage Earth Departure Stage (EDS) (1 J-2X) 499k lb LOx/LH2 robotics/unmanned expertise S-IVB Upper Stage (1 J-2 engine) (1 J-2X) 240k lb Lox/LH2 280k lb LOx/LH2 – Need to strategically engage S-II (5 J-2 engines) Industry and DoD 5-Segment Core Stage (5 RS-68 Engines) 1M lb LOx/LH2 Reusable Solid Rocket 3.1M lb LOx/LH2 S-IC Booster (5 F-1) (RSRB) 3.9M lb LOx/RP 5-Segment 2 RSRBÕs Space Shuttle Ares I Ares V Saturn V Height: 184.2 ft Height: 321 ft Height: 358 ft Height: 364 ft Gross Liftoff Mass: 4.5M lb Gross Liftoff Mass: 2.0M lb Gross Liftoff Mass: 7.3M lb Gross Liftoff Mass: 6.5M lb 55k lbm to LEO 48k lbm to LEO 117k lbm to TLI 99k lbm to TLI 144k lbm to TLI in Dual- 262k lbm to LEO Launch Mode with Ares I 290k lbm to LEO October 2006 13 4
  • 5. Systems Engineering Near-Term Focus with Long-Term Objectives in Mind• The scope of this initial CxP SRR and “First Season of SRRs” covers the architecture and engineering artifacts associated with: – Transportation to and from low earth orbit – Transportation to and from the lunar orbit as it relates to “driving early designs” of CEV/CLV/GO/MO/EVA• Also Refining Integrated Plan to leverage off of LAT and Lander Studies for performing Systems Engineering in Disciplined Manner in preparations of next Season of SRRs 5
  • 6. Multiple Time-Phase SRRs Addressing Additional Capabilities PMR Revision #1 = TBD Pre Phase A Phase C = 0% Complete DRAFT CxP Season of SRRs Phase A/B Phase D = 100% Complete Initial Capability Content Level I Level II Level III FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 for Lunar Transportation T-Now OFT-1 OFT-2 OFT-4 Flight Plan ADFT-1 ADFT-0a CLV Launches OFT-3 Analysis of User , Selection and First Human Launch OFT-2 OFT-3 Program Integration Pre- Requirements Validation of Level I SRR NAR SDR PDR NAR CDR ADFT-1 FRR OFT-1 FRR FRR FRR Environment and Preferred System ICPR IDAC 2 IDAC 3 IDAC 4 IDAC 5 Reorganization of Level II Production/ Processing Acceleration Decision Point Constraints requirements and V&V Concept Integrated T&V ADFT-1 FEIT TBD OFT-2 FEIT OFT-1 FEIT OFT-3 FEIT objectives by architecture MLP MLP ADFT-1 MEIT#1 (CEV / ISS) OFT-4 FEIT Projects Decomposition organization and commonality Verification of Ground DDT&E PDR CDR ORD Sched Reserve Processing Operations Analysis of Integrated System HW O/D Need for ADFT-0a H/W O/D Need for ADFT-1 OFT-1 Need OFT-2 Need Requirements and Processing Performance SRR SDR PDR CDR OFT-3 Need Determination of V & V CEV DDT&E Del ADFT-1 Del OFT-1 Sched Reserve 2 3 Objectives Production Production SRR PDR CDR DCR Allocation to Sched Reserve CLV Functional Verification of DDT&E Del ADFT-0 Del ADFT-1 Del OFT-1 2 3 Analysis and Project/Element Element Production Production Initial Ops Production SRR PDR IDR CDR SAR Capability Decomposition Performance Transition Suit Production SRR MCC Ready for OFT-1 OFT-2 OFT-3 Mission Operations DDT&E Sched Reserve Operations Ops SRR SDR PDR CDR OFT-1 ORR OFT-2 ORR ECANS Allocation to Verification of Functional Allocation 6 Element/ Subsystem subsystems Performance CS Level II Level III Concept Concept Design and Development Baseline CxP Season of SRRs Analysis of User , for Lunar Surface Selection and Requirements Validation of Components of Program Constellation Environment and Reorganization of Preferred System Constraints requirements and V&V Concept Earth Departure Stage objectives by architecture Decomposition organization and commonality Verification of Analysis of Integrated System Orion - Crew Requirements and Performance Exploration Vehicle Determination of V & V ObjectivesHeavy LiftLaunchVehicle Functional Analysis and Decomposition Allocation to Project/Element Verification of Element Performance Setting the Lunar Crew Launch Vehicle Lander Functional Allocation Allocation to Verification of Right Element/ subsystems Subsystem Performance Foundation October 2006 6 CS Level II Level III Concept Concept Design and Baseline Development 6
  • 7. This Year’s Focus – Successful Series of SRRsCxP 1st Season or SRRs Expectations: Operational concepts baselined Lvl I Reqmts ORD, O&O, ASR, SEP, ONE Integrated ESAS Results Agency Army CARD and unique specs (HSIR, CDD Requirements Baseline Operational Validation Validation Power Quality, C3I Interoperability...) CARD baselined Arch to n Systems I/Fs Re CxP Functional and performance tio Multi-Element/ Reqmts Multi-Mission qu i ca allocations to systems complete to the Verification ire rif SRDs & Intra extent SRDs can be baselined at me Ve Preliminary Element I/Fs Design Project SRRs Reqmts n & System ts n Intra- system interfaces described Prime Item & CI Integration tio & Prime Item & CI Verification Development (IRDs, IDDs) Specs & ICDs/ De a Specs gr IRSs/SRSs s Verification objectives and strategies te ig Subsystem In n documented (Master Verification Plan) Preliminary Integration Verification Design Architecture Description Document (ADD) baselined Notional Responsibilities: Component Design concepts underway CI / CSCIs Verification Lvl 0/I Progressive Performance assessments Lvl II integrated and in sync Build Lvl III Build Engineering plans published (SEMP, Contracting Teams SDP, CMP, RMP,……) and training invoked Technical Baseline Sync’d with Cost ICPR SRR SDR PDR CDR First and Schedule Baselines Mission Risks identified with mitigation plans Set 7 Addressing Verification Aggressively and Concurrently 7
  • 8. Agency-wide Team Stood-up and Worked Together to Deliver the CxP SRR Product Line Constellation Leverages Unique Skills and Capabilities Throughout NASA and the Aerospace Industry Ames Glenn ♦Lead Thermal Protection System ADP ♦Lead Service Module and Spacecraft Adapter integration ♦Aero-thermal database ♦Flight Test Article ŅPathfinderÓ ♦Software and GN&C support fabrication ♦SE&I Support ♦SE&I SupportDryden♦Lead Abort Flight Test Integ/Ops Goddard♦Abort Test Booster ♦Communications procurement Support♦Flight Test Article ♦SE&I Support Devt/Integ Langley JPL ♦Lead Launch Abort System ♦Thermal Protection integration System support ♦Lead landing system ADP ♦SE&I Support ♦SE&I Support Johnson ♦Lead Crew Module integration ♦Orion Spacecraft Integration Marshall Kennedy ♦Lead Ground processing NPR 7123.1 SRR Entrance Criteria ♦GFE projects management ♦Lead Launch Vehicles ♦Lead Launch operations ♦Test Program Integration ♦LAS and SM SE&I Support ♦Lead Recovery operations ♦ The following technical products for hardware and software system elements are ♦Lead EVA ♦SE&I Support ♦SE&I Support available to the cognizant participants prior to the review (blue text indicates Annex ♦Lead Missions Systems/operations ♦SE&I Integration October 2006 31 deliverable) : Š System Architecture. ADD, draft at SRR Š Updated risk assessment and mitigations. Top Š System requirements document. CARD, Risks I.D.Õ in ARM and mitigation plans in place ed IRDs,Standards Š Updated schedule data (Integrated Master Schedule) Š System software functionality description. Š Logistics documentation (preliminary maintenance SADD, draft at SRR plan, etc.). R&M Plan, Logistics supportability Plan Š Updated concept of operations. Ops Con draft at SRR (baselined Prior) Š Preliminary human rating plan, if applicable. HRP, Š Updated mission requirements, if applicable. Vol I, draft at SRR DRMs (in Ops Con) Š Software Development Plan (SDP). SMPP, draft at SRR Š Baselined SEMP. Baselined SEMP Š System safety and mission assurance plan. Š Preliminary system requirements allocation to SR&QA Plan ( baselined prior) the next lower level system. CARD 3.7 = SRD Š Configuration management plan. MSR V1 3.2 Š 3.6, FAM (baselined prior) Š Updated cost estimate. ( ID areas of Cost Risk Š Project management plan. PP (baselined prior) Relative to POP and populate in ARM), Life Š Initial document tree. MSP A3 (baselined prior) Cycle Cost plan Š Verification and validation approach. MT&V, draft at Š Technology Development Maturity SRR, Sect 4 of CARD initially populated Assessment Plan. Tech. Insertion. Strat., Š Preliminary hazard analysis (PHA). Draft PHA via Draft at SRR IDAC2 Š Preferred system solution definition including Š Other specialty disciplines as required (targeted major trades and options. DAC Results, RAD, items from Program doc tree- see PP&C presentation) draft at SRR CxP SRR Annex Š Defined all Deliverables & Maturities 21 November 10, 2006 21 8
  • 9. NGO, DRMs/Operational Concepts, Functional Analyses & Requirements Maturation Performed Across Summer and Fall are needed to see this picture. QuickTime and a Requirements Enhancement Leading to SRR decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a Crew of 1 to 6 Crew of 1 to 6 decompressor are needed to see this picture. 400 kg (882 lb m ) cargo (when flying a crew of 3) QuickTime™ and a decompressor ar e needed to see this picture. 400 kg (882 lb m) cargo (when flying a crew of 3) QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture.ISS orbit 407km (220nm), 51.6º Service Module QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decompressor ar e needed to see this picture. Expended Focused Maturation of the CARD/ Lvl 2 Standards/ IRDs/SRDs for the SRR QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. Ascent Target -56x185 km (-30x100 nm), 51.6º ) QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. Orion Control Mass 19.3 mt (42,540 lb m ISS Crew Ares-I Delivered Mass 20.4 (44,780 m) mt lb Gap Analyses/Resolution CONUS QuickTime™ and a QuickTime™ and a Land Landing decompressor decompressor are needed to see this picture. are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a Š NGOs/ OpsCons/FFBDs to decomposition/trace to CARD 3.2 & 3.7 decompressor are needed to see this picture. Rotation: Direct Entry QuickTime™ and a m) Horizontal Traceability with links in CRADLE Š to FFBDs /Ops Cons decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decompressor Orion GLOM 25.3 mt (55,830 lb are needed to see this picture. Ares-I Lift Capability 26.3 (48,070 m) mt lb QuickTime™ and a decompressor ar e needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this pictur e. Š CARD Top down checked against SRD bottoms up CARD-to-SRD Allocation Š 3.2 to 3.7 to SRD 3.2 10 min launch window EARTH QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. Š Vertical Traceability with LINKs in CRADLE Š ŅRight Ó& no orphans QuickTime™ and a 1-2 + 2 days decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decompressor ar e needed to see this picture. 180 + 30 days QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. Annotations ŅOwners/Stakeholders ÓID in CRADLE Requirements Management Office NGOs not n Cradl . i e Cradle Linkages Overview Pl nned Post a -ICPR. CARD Req ’ t Comment or Clarity Š Concise & Measurable 23- Apr- 06 Fl ws from and o NGO broken down nto i Rationale/justification for Reqmt ( SRR DRAFT ) Working Estimate Pressurized 2,858 kg (6,300 ) cargo lbm Docked Validation method IDÕ d Verifiability/ Verif . Methods -Sect 4 HRP Sati fi s se Ops Con Cargo: Operations Li ked model n TBD/TBR Ņ binning Ó& Map to TDSs FFBD Functions ISS orbit 407 km (220 nm), 51.6º Autonomous Service Module TBD/TBR Ņ non TDS Óburn -down plans IRD Õ s CARD Li ks to n Some n Cradl , i e SIG KDR. Ascent Target -56x185 km (-30x100 nm), 51.6º TBD/TBR real -time resolution Expended Rendezvous & some not. Req Quality Docking Prioritization Š Tied to KDRs D&C 3.7 _ 3.2 Same Req Captures Issues IRDs /Applicable Standards & Reqmts Invoked Std Docs TBDÕs/TBR Õ s ) m) cargo Direct Entry Orion GLOM 25.3 mt (55,830 lb m 2,858 kg (6,300 lb Ares-I Lift Capability 26.3 (48,070 m) mt lb IRD to SRD Standardized Format/Approach & Verif Established SRD Resol ed by v 3.2 CONUS Initiate Achievability Assess. KEY: Trade/Analysis Land Landing Current Linkages 3.7 Prep for Just -In-Time IDAC2 Future Linkages Decomp ./Allocation EARTH 10 min launch window Trade results/recommendations Scope: Requirements related linkages only 46 1-2 + 2 days 90 days Sensitive But UnclassifiedŠ For NASA Internal Use Only 2 Qu c e a da Vehicles are not to scale decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a QuickTime™ and a decompressor decompressor are needed to see this picture. are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a Lunar: LIDS decompressor LIDS are needed to see this picture. MMH/NTO main, ISS: APAS MOON QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. RCS GO 2 / Ethanol 7 days QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. RCS Crew of 2-4 + 500 kg (1,102 ) cargo, lb m QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. Global Access QuickTime™ and a Ascent 1,877m/s(6,158 ft/s) decom pressor MMH/NTO are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decompressor Descent are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a 100 kg decompressor ) are needed to see this picture. LO2/LH CARD Req ’t 1,900 m/s (6,234 ft/s) QuickTime™ and a QuickTime™ and a decompressor m decompressor 2 are needed to see this picture. (220 lb are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a payload decompressor (SRR DRAFT ) Ascent Stage are needed to see this picture. Expended 23 m/s (75 ft/s) QuickTime™ and a LSAM Performs LOI decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a 72.2 decompressor are needed to see this picture. 27.5 1,100 m/s QuickTime™ and a (3,609 ft/s) decompressor are needed to see this picture. QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. TEI LLO 100 km (54nm) QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. 1,450 m/s QuickTime™ and a decompressor QuickTim and a e™ QuickTime™ and a are needed to see this picture. decompressor decompressor are needed to see this picture. are needed to see this picture. (4,757 ft/s) QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. 3-burn LOI, 73.4 loiter J-2X LSAM TLI Injected Mass Š 46.6 mt (97,766 lb m ) Earth Departure Stage Expended 33.0 20 m/s (66 ft/s) EDS TLI Injection Capability Anytime Return 358.2 320 66.9mt (147,266) lb m in 120 hr MMH/NTO EDS Performs TLI RCS ) 3,150m/s(10,335 ft/s) Orion 20 mt (44,500 lb m Service Module Expended 212.6 ERO 296km (160nm) 176.7 5seg PBAN Ascent Target -56x185 km (-30x100 nm), 28.5º recoverable m) Orion Control Mass 22.1 mt (48,570 lb Direct or Skip Entry LSAM GLOM Ares-I Delivered Mass 23.8mt (52,250 m) lb 45 mt (99,180 lb m) CONUS Orion GLOM 28.1mt (61,860 lbm ) Land Ares-I Lift Capability 29.7mt (65,540 lbm ) 5 x RS-68 Isp 414.7 s N 2H 4 TVC 3,333mt Landing (7.4Mlb m ) 905mt (2M lbm) EARTH 90 m launch window in Š 95 days 1 - 5 days 3d 3d 7 days 1d 3.5-4.5d 9 MMH = CH 3N 2H 3
  • 10. Key Level II SE&I Tenets• Recognize people are our key resource From LEO to the Moon - the First Step to Mars and BeyondÉ . ♦ Servicing & Learning from• Service the needs of our customers ISS • Projects, HQs & CxP Offices ♦ Regaining and extending operational experience in a hostile planetary environment• Build a high performance, virtually distributed, ♦ Developing capabilitiesnationwide team that strives for seamless operations needed for opening the space frontierand overcomes cultural obstacles ♦ Preparing for human • Leverage the best of the Agency and value the exploration of Mars ♦ Science operations and governance model discovery• Address architecture – ground and flight systems – The Next Step in Fulfilling Our Destiny As Explorers October 2006 2as one complex inter-dependent system SRR Schedule Overview• Focus on reliability, maintainability, interoperability, QuickTime™ and a decom pressor are needed to see this picture. Aug Sep 6 Oct 200 Nov Dec Jan 200 7 Feb Marinterchangeability, supportability and extensibility to QuickTime™ and a CO Remaining CxP SRR RIDs & Comments Burned Off Per decompressor are needed to see this picture. Drop 9/15 CO Reqmts- #1 #2 Pre-Board based 10-6 10-24 Ends 11/7 Approved Plans w/ Progressive/Prioritized Baselining Christmas Holidays QuickTime™ and a BOARD 12/1 Program 11/14 decompressor are needed to see this picture. 9/18 & 19 Final of Incremental Baselineenhance safety and long-term operability/affordability Kickoff Drop #2 Reqmts Document CxP SRR Del. 10/610/11 Final Drop to Projects QuickTime™ and a decom pressor Synchronization Rqmt. Synch. Rqmt. are needed to see this picture. CLV Go/No Go 9/15 QuickTime™ and a Projects Initial ’ decompressor are needed to see this picture. RID CO Pre-Board Alignment to this . Ver. Ver 11/09 11/28 CLV SRR CLV SRR CLV SRR Product Dev/Align QuickTime™ and a decompressor are needed to see this picture. SRR K/O BOARD 10/26 12/05 Req B/L• Architect/integrate engineering tools, processes, for SDR & Products Data Drop Req IBR B/L Pre-Board Released 12/15 for 12/22 Starts 1/29 2/22 This Year’s Focus – Successful SeriesProductSRRs CEV SRR CEV SRR CEV SRR of Dev/Alignmodels and data systems always looking/building RID Final Tech CO BOARD 2/9 Direction 1/12 2/28 Data Drop Pre-Board CxP 1st Season or SRRs Expectations: 1/15 Starts 2/9 Ground Ops SRRtowards the future Operational concepts baselined ESAS Results ASR, SEP, Lvl I Reqmts ORD, O&O, ONE Integrated RID CO BOARD 2/16 Agency Army CDD 1/29 CARD and unique specs (HSIR, Power Requirements Baseline Operational Validation Validation RID CO Quality, C3I Interoperability...) CARD 2/13 BOARD baselined Arch to Mission Sys SRR Data 3/6 n Systems I/Fs Pre-Board Re Drop Collectively We Must Maintain io Multi-Element/ CxP Functional and performance Reqmts 1/30 Starts 2/27 t Multi-Mission qu ca Disciplined Vertical Alignment allocations to systems complete to the Verification Data Drop Pre-Board i ire rif SRDs & Intra 2/12 Starts 3/13 extent SRDs can be baselined at m Ve Preliminary Element I/Fs Design en• Set the right foundation for the future Human Space Reqmts Project SRRs RID & System EVA SRR BOARD ts Thanksgiving CO 24 n Integration Intra- system interfaces described Prime Item & CI tio Prime Item & CI Verification 2/27 3/16 & Development Specs & ICDs/ De ra (IRDs, IDDs) Specs IRSs/SRSs Sensitive But UnclassifiedŠ For NASA Internal Use Only g si g te Verification objectives and strategies Subsystem InExploration then focus on timely execution n Integration documented (Master Verification Plan) Preliminary Design Verification Architecture Description Document (ADD) baselined CI / CSCIs Component Notional Responsibilities: Verification Design concepts underway Lvl 0/I Progressive Performance assessments Lvl II integrated and in sync Build Lvl III Build Engineering plans published (SEMP, Contracting Teams SDP, CMP, RMP,……) and training invoked Technical Baseline Sync’d with Cost ICPR SRR SDR PDR CDR First and Schedule Baselines Mission Risks identified with mitigation plans Set in place 21 Addressing Unclassified– For NASA Internal Use Only and Concurrently Sensitive But Verification Aggressively 10
  • 11. The Path To CxP SRR Board• Jan ERTT Product Line – Rapid Requirements Development to Facilitate Procurement Strategies• Mar- May ICPR Product Line – Level-setting Program on a Plan Forward• May –October Integrated Design Analysis Cycle (IDAC) – 170+ Analyses across Level I-III• June F2F Efforts – Focused SIG-centric Requirements Maturation• July Virtual Mode of Ops – Continued Maturation of Requirements for all characteristics of good requirements• August Table Tops – Full Stakeholder Reviews - Project Focused• September/October Agency-wide Product-line review & RID/Comment Submittal – 92 Engineering/Program Artifacts – 1898 RID initiators• October/November Disciplined Review Panels with Stakeholders to Disposition – 5138 RIDs and 3367 Comments• November Pre-Boards – Summaries, Issues & Reclamas Building a Requirements/Process/Strategy Foundation while Building a Team 11
  • 12. Purpose of CXP SRR• The Purpose of the SRR(s) is to ensure that : – CxP Program Level I and II requirements are understood and technically mature to provide an architecture that will meet the mission needs, goals and objectives within the constraints of Budget/Cost/Schedule/law etc… • Requirements-based products have been prioritized book-to-book and cover-to-cover for requirements RIDable for this Season of SRRs – Program-level key processes, strategies and plans are documented to manage the development of the architecture • These products have also been prioritized for future baselining – Operations concepts and Program requirements have been analyzed, allocated, and flowed down to support development of Level III product requirements • Focused on Aligning Level III and II and Meeting Level III Needs – Major risks to the Program are re-addressed and mitigation strategies discussedPer 7123.1 The SRR examines the functional and performance requirements defined for the architecture and the preliminary program or project plan and ensures that the requirements and the selected concept will satisfy the mission. 12
  • 13. Level II SRR Products SRR Review Panels & Products A, M&S RP R RP IM RP C3I/Avionics & SW RP Additional RPs as T&V RP PTI RP SR&QA RP PP&C RP N. Lemmons K. Williams M. DiGiuseppe S. Rader needed E. Strong M. Sampson J. Rush C. Stegemoeller D. Monell N. Srb D. Korth R. Spagnuolo (e.g. OI or PnT) 1 1 2 1 1 2 CxP 70017 1 2 1 CxP 70022 1 2 CxP 70061 1 2 CxP 70026 CxP 70053 CxP 70003 CxP 70071 Vol 1 CxP 70006 CxP 70009 CxP 70000 CxP 70023 CxP 70087 PRA Method. C3I Strategic CxP 70008 CEV/CLV IRD CLV/MS IRD Cx Program Plan Prog Mgt Req’ts C3I Interop. SRR Process SIAP CARD* DSNE R&M Plan Doc. Plan MVIP H D. Rader H J. Schultz C. Stegemoeller C. Stegemoeller Spec. Plan C. Adamek H P. Paulsen R. Cox D. Chowning H K. Hwang H J. K. Watson K. Muery P. LandisA. Zuniga 1 1 2 CxP 70003 2 2 1 CxP 70022 1 CxP 70054 CxP 70038 CxP 70072 2 CxP 70065 1 2 CxP 70028 Anx 02 1 CxP 70003 1 MS/GS IRD CxP Hazard MSP Vol 02 1 CxP 70036 GS/CEV IRD IMP S/W Mgt Policies Anx 01 CxP 70024 CxP 70130 H Analysis S. Rogge D. Hackfeld C3I Spectrum & CxP 70006 CEQATR CxP 70012 S. Cooke H D. Rader & Plan HSIR EVA D&C Spec. S. Schenfeld Channel Plan Anx 02 LT SRR E. Strong H RAD NGO D. Neubek S. Mainger M. Barry K. Stroud H 2 2 CxP 70072 Process Plan S. RossD. McKissock 1 1 2 CxP 70043 CxP 70070 P. Landis CxP 70062 ANX 01 1 CxP 70022 2 CxP 70029 FMEA/CIL PMP 2 CGAN CxP 700841 CEV/MS IRD ICP Method. C. Stegemoeller B. Teague Vol 03 CxP 70078 1 1 2 CxP 70132 ITP CxP 70074 D. Rader H J. Knapp S. Schenfeld C3I Master Link ASADD 1 CxP 70007 CxP 70044 K. Thibodeaux Modeling & Commonality 2 Book H CxP 70013 DRMS/OPSCON NEDD 2 K. Weiss Simulation Plan 1 CxP 70070 CxP 70072 S. Mainger SEMP Implement Plan B. Teague L. Smith J. K. Watson 1 1 CxP 70055 Anx 02 Anx 01 J. Shaker 2M. Prill CxP 70031 CxP 70104 SR&QA Plan Doc/Spec/Prod 1 Brds. & Pnls. CxP 70022 CxP 70085 ISS/CEV IRD EVA/GS IRD C. Stegemoeller Trees 2 CxP 70094 1 1 CxP 70135 J. Williams Vol 04 IFTS 1 CxP 70050 H H D. Huls C3I Security2 M. Moran A. Richard R. Jackson CxP 70075 CxP 70016 C3I Info. Rep. Vol 01 EPSS, Struc Des & Plan Modeling & 1 2 Spec. M. Pajevski REMP EPQP For 28 Verification 1 CxP 70070 CxP 70072 S. Mainger Simulation 1 1 CxP 70056 Anx 03 VDC Req’ts 2 Support Plan K. Williams R. Scheidegger H K. Edelstein H CxP 70032 CxP 70105 Risk Mgt. Plan Anx 02 CxP 70086 CRADLE DB & 1 2M. Prill LIDS IDD CaLV/GS IRD J. Turner WBS CxP 70022 Software V&V C. Stegemoeller Schema Plan CxP 70131 D. Collins H J. Robinson Vol 05 Plan 1 1 CxP 70050 J. Quinn ASIIRP J. Youmans2 CxP 70076 2 C3I Data CxP 70025 Vol 2 EPSS, CxP 70136 2 2 C. Wildermann CxP 70058 2 CxP 70070 Exchange Integrated FAD 1 1 CxP 70073 UEPQP for 28 Loads Data Book CxP 70109 Protocol H Modeling & Sim. E. Spence CxP 70033 PRACA IMS Anx 03 Vol 1 VDC H D. McGowan LSAM/CaLV IMS S. Mainger Req’ts Doc R. Scheidegger CEV/EVA IRD Rqts. M. Soots MSR, CM Rqts. 2 IRD J. SchultzM. Prill J. Knapp H D. Hackfeld CxP 70133 T. Moody EEE Parts Plan 1 2 2 2 CxP 70070 L. Scaglione LEGEND CxP 70064 CxP 70137 1 1 2 1 CxP 70067 1 CxP 70118 Anx 04 CxP 70073 Supportability Loads Control CxP 70034 CxP 70059 Board/ Review CxP 70077 HRP Vol 1 Tech Perf. Vol 02 Plan Plan CEV/LSAM C&T IRD SR&QA Rqts. Panel ADD J. K. Watson Measures MSR, DM Rqts. G. Langford J. Zipay IRD Vol 1 – CEV C. Noyes C. Stegemoeller S.Boriack D. McKissock C. Adamek H Vol 2 – CLV Vol 3 – LSAM Comment-able 2 2 2 CxP 70068 2 2 CxP 70073 *Note: CARD will CxP 70079 Vol 4 – CaLV CxP 70070 Document CxP 70141 1 PRACA Method. Tech Insertion Vol 5 – GS Anx 05 Vol 03 have some Lunar Strategy Doc E3 Control Plan CxP 70035 For CxP CxP Security MSR, Data Arch. PEPC IRD Vol 6 - MS J. Schultz RID-able reqmts "For J. M. Jernigan R. Scully D. Collins H Mgt Plan Rqts. Document A. Richard D. Hackfeld D. Hackfeld Comment" 1 2 2 CxP 70128 2 Baselined Prior CxP 70080 CxP 70144 1 1 CxP 70119 Software CxP 70070 to SRR E3 Req’ts Ionizing Rad CxP 70051 CEV/CaLV IRD Assurance Plan Anx 06 Doc Control Plan APAS IDD M. McCollum H M. Bruce J. Schultz CxP Environ. 1 Data Drop #1 M. Moran H T. Moody Mgt Plan 1 J. Rhatigan 2 Data Drop #2 1 Risk Assess. CxP 70052 Presentation at Drop for HIQAT SRR H Review CLV/GS IRD J. Turner E. Skidmore H Names In Document Blocks Indicate Book Managers 92 Products and Associated RIDs/Comments Assigned to 8 Review Panels2006 13PM October 2, 1:00
  • 14. SRR Schedule Overview - Updated 10/30 2006 2007 Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Drop 9/15 CO #1 CO Remaining CxP SRR RIDs & Comments Burned Off Per Reqmts- #2 Pre-Board based 10-6 10-24 Ends 11/9 Approved Plans w/ Progressive/Prioritized Baselining BOARD Program Christmas Holidays 12/1 11/14 9/18 & 19 Final of Incremental Baseline Kickoff Drop #2 Reqmts Document DropCxP SRR Del. 10/6 10/18 Final to Projects Synchronization CLV Go/No Go Rqmt. Synch. Rqmt. Synch. Rqmt. Synch. 9/15 Projects’ Initial Projects’ RID CO Pre-Board Alignment to this Ver. 11/22CLV SRRCLV SRR CLV SRR Product Dev/Align 12/12 SRR K/O BOARD 11/06 12/19 Req B/L for SDR & Req B/L Products Data Drop for IBR Pre-Board Released 12/15 Starts 1/29 2/22CEV SRRCEV SRR CEV SRR Product Dev/Align 12/22 RID CO 1/12 BOARD 2/9 Final Tech Direction 2/28 Data Drop Pre-Board 1/15 Starts 2/9 Ground Ops SRR Ground Ops SRR RID CO BOARD 2/16 1/29 RID CO 2/13 BOARD Mission Sys SRR 3/6 Data Drop Pre-Board Collectively We Must Maintain 1/30 Starts 2/27 Disciplined Vertical Alignment Data Drop 2/12 Pre-Board Starts 3/13 Thanksgiving EVA SRR EVA SRR RID CO 2/27 BOARD 3/16 14
  • 15. SRR Execution Team Background• A RID process and tool were implemented for Initial Constellation Program Review (ICPR) that buckled under the onslaught of a large number of users and RIDs• Key program review stakeholders identified the need to prevent similar problems from occurring for upcoming SRRs – ICPR users and stakeholders were contacted and ICPR lessons learned were captured along with recommendations for future reviews• Requirements document was written to capture RID process overview description and detailed RID process tool requirements• Trade study was performed to assess Off-The-Shelf (OTS) RID Tools and government OTS tools vs. requirements 15
  • 16. SRR Execution TeamBackground (cont’)• The team was tasked to produce a working process in ~60 days• Key team members included: – NASA Constellation Program – NASA Integrated Collaborative Environment (ICE) Program – Booz Allen Hamilton – Vignette – Wyle Laboratories – And many others• The result was Constellation and Community Electronic RID Tool (ConCERT) 16
  • 17. Hardware Installation, Get Ahead Plan (in work) 17
  • 18. RID Process Timeline for SRR 2006 Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Data Drop RID CARD Pre-Board 8/10 CO RID CO Ends Constellation Program SRR CARD BOARD 9/28 Data Drop Pre-Board Action Items Board Report Starts Completed 10/12 Released 10/12 8/21 9/4 9/18 9/25 9/28 9/29 10/12 Initiation & Screening Team Review Work Action Items Pre-Boards 1 every Work Action other day Items Board Work Action Items
  • 19. RID Process Flow exampleRID Initiation, Screening & Review Sub-Process Yes Yes Initiator Enter RID Text or Submit Comment Clarify RID Review RID Review RID Revise RID Concur w/ (Initiator) (Initiator) Disposition Disposition Withdraw? Inputs Change? (Initiator) (Initiator) Submit RID Text Revised RID OrganizationalInitiator’s Sponsor Review of RID Submit RID? No (Sponsor) No, Clarify RID Screener Yes Assess RID & Assign Review Pass Recommend Team Leader Screen? Recommend Approve (Screener) Withdraw w/Modification Notification No, Reclama Notification Non-RID CommentReview Team Yes No, Reclama Member Review RID (Review Team) Team Lead Prepare RID Assess RID, Verify Disposition RID for Summary & Correct Team Correct Recommendation Recommend Pre-Board Board Correct Team Combine Required Issues for Assignment Team? and Board Review Disposition Review? Sub-Process Pre-Board (Team Lead) (Team Lead) (Team Lead) No, Reassign Lead Recommend Approve or Approve w/ModProduct Owner Acknowledge/ Implementation RID Action Not Required Respond to Sub-Process Requested Comment (Product Owner) (Product Owner)
  • 20. Overall SRR Metrics 20
  • 21. Review Panels SRR risk input1. Risk whose source are RIDs brought to SRR pre-board discussion2. Panels reviewed current CxP risk profile and suggested risks that should be captured and tracked or changes made to current risk mitigations based on insight after SRR. These could be non RID- related (current program risk detail to be posted as reference to Windchill “CxPO SRR Board document”) C3I Panel Candidate Risk C3I panel RIDs/Comments by Initiators LxC RIDs/Comments to pre-board by panel assessment (All docs, Drop 1&2) LxC assessment 5 9 7 25 25 53 L L 5 I I K 4 4 38 46 44 5 K 4 1 1 2 Focus was on E E L 3 3 21 318 17 4 L 3 3 I I significant risk to H H O 2 6 80 14 6 1 O 2 O RIDs (SAIR) : 12182, O D 42 3 13 3 2 Program that we should 1 9242, 11701, 12489 D 1 1 2 3 4 5 RIDs (C3I) for Disp: 8388 1 2 3 4 5 consider start tracking CONSEQUENCE RIDs (C3I) for Info: 4988, 5099 CONSEQUENCE Candidate Risk out of RIDs/Comments to pre-board post SRR per Program Proposed Owning Team Risk Statement: Given CONDITIONS, there is a possibility that CONSEQUENCES could occur Context Supporting info (can use Likelihood S Consequence P S C Risk Process/Tools A E C O RID info) F R H S E F E T Condition Consequence D (Given that…) (There is the possibility that…) C3I C3I spec is scoped to apply to Wording will result in non RID 8388 4 2 3 all Cx systems rather than just compliance with the spec for non interfaces Cx specific interfaces and supporting systems such as weather systems and Cheyenne mountain interfaces 267 20 - 21
  • 22. Top Risk List Friday, November 10, 2006 - Top Directorate Risk (TDR) Owning L Consequence 5 1 2 - Proposed Top Directorate Risk (P-TDR) Team iL S P S CI - Top Program Risk (TPR) k A E C OK 4 4 8 1 e F R H S F E TE DL 3 3 3 PP&C 5 0 0 5 5I 1102 - Inability to Close the Human Launch Gap from Shuttle retirement in 2010HO 2 1413 - Development of a Program-Wide Earned Value PP&C 4 0 0 4 0O Management System (EVMS)D 1 1432 - Development of a Program-wide Integrated PP&C 4 0 4 4 4 Master Schedule (IMS) 1 2 3 4 5 1407 - Tool Impacts from Lack of Program Data PP&C_MSO 3 0 4 0 0 CONSEQUENCE Architecture 1401 - First Crewed Lunar Return without adequate ORION_TPS 5 4 0 5 4 ground or flight test qualification plan _ADP 1236 - LAS Development ORION_LAS 4 2 4 4 4 1119 - CEV Control Mass ORION_INT_ 4 1 3 3 4 VEH_PERF_ ANSYS 1239 - Flight Termination System (FTS) RF ARES I 1ST 4 0 0 5 5 Command Format STAGE 1118 - Ability for CLV to Meet Performance ARES_I_VE 5 0 4 0 3 Requirements H_INT 1128 - J2X Development Schedule ARES UP 4 0 0 4 0 STAGE ENG 20 - 22
  • 23. Delivery Commitments to Projects Authors need Need to Need to review CxP CLV CEV CommitmentDoc Number Doc Title Release ASAP baselined by baseline and update via Priority Priority Priority Date to Deliver to PBS (April) before SDR SDR DQAOPERATIONAL CONCEPTS Only 12 comments rcvd Authors Constellation Design Reference Missions Update as part need Need to Need to reviewCxP 70007 Baseline Dp1 Released Released Released so use the Update CxP CLV CEV Commitment (DRMs) and Operational Concepts Document Doc Number of the Doc Title review Release ASAP baselined by baseline and update via baseline version Priority Priority Priority Date to Deliver to PBS (April) before SDR SDR today DQA SPECIFICATIONSSPECIFICATIONS Electrical Power System Specification, Volume R. Scheidegger Authors CxP 70050 need Need to Need to review 1: Electrical Power Quality Performance for 28 Ridable Dp1 1 1 1 Baseline Nov. 27th (30th) Update CxP CLV CEV Commitment Vol01 Release ASAP baselined by baseline and update via D. Chowning- VDC Confidence- High Number Doc Doc Title Priority Priority Priority Date to Deliver to Constellation Architecture Requirements Nov. 30th PBS (April) before SDR SDRCxP 70000 Ridable Dp1 1 1 1 Baseline Update Update DQA Document (CARD) Confidence Medium Interface Requirements Electrical Power System Specification, Volume R. Scheidegger CxP 70050 DRAFT with as 2: User Electrical Power Quality Performance Ridable Dp1 1 1 1 Baseline Nov. 27th (30th) Update Vol02 Crew Exploration Vehicle (CEV) to Crew many of for 28 VDC Confidence- High Comment CxP 70026 Launch Vehicle (CLV) Interface Requirements Dp1 2 1 1 comments as 11/22/2006 Baseline able Constellation Command, Control, K. Muery- Nov. Document (IRD) reasonably canCxP 70022 Communication, and Information (C3I) 27th (30th) be incorp. Ridable Dp1 1 1 1 Baseline Update K. Hwang Nov.Vol 1 Interoperability Standards Book, Volume 1: Confidence- Constellation Program Design Specification for DRAFT with as CxP 70023 Ridable Dp1 1 1 1 Baseline 27th (30th) Update Interoperability Specification Medium Natural Environments (DSNE) Ground Systems (GS) to Crew Exploration many of Confidence- High Comment DRAFT with as CxP 70028 Vehicle (CEV) Interface Requirements Dp1 3 1 comments as 11/30/2006 Baseline Constellation Command, Control, C. Durachka able many of Document (IRD) reasonably canCxP 70022 Communication, and Information (C3I) Comment Dec.5th (draft) L. Smith Nov. be incorp. Dp1 4 3 1 comments as BaselineVol. 2 Interoperability Standards Book, Volume 2: able Confidence- 30th (Draft) reasonably can Constellation Program Natural Environment Comment DRAFT with as Constellation Spectrum and Channel Plan Medium CxP 70044 Dp1 2 2 1 Baseline Confidence- High be incorp. Definition for Design (NEDD) able Crew Exploration Vehicle (CEV) to Mission many of (Word doc. Not in Comment DRAFT with as CxP 70029 Systems (MS) Interface Requirements Dp1 3 1 comments as 11/22/2006 Baseline Constellation Command, Control, C. Durachka CRADLE) able many of Document (IRD) reasonably canCxP 70022 Communication, and Information (C3I) Comment Dec.5th (draft) Dp1 4 4 1 comments as Baseline be incorp.Vol. 3 Interoperability Standards Book, Volume 3: able Confidence- M. McCollum reasonably can DRAFT with as Constellation Master Link Book Medium Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Standard Nov. 28th (30th) be incorp. CxP 70080 Ridable Dp1 2 1 1 Baseline International Space Station (ISS) to Crew many of (E3 Reqmts) Confidence- Comment Constellation Command, Control, DRAFT with as Medium CxP 70031 Exploration Vehicle (CEV) Interface able Dp1 3 1 comments as 11/22/2006 Baseline many of C. Durachka Requirements Document (IRD) reasonably canCxP 70022 Communication, and Information (C3I) Comment Dp1 4 4 1 comments as Dec.5th (draft) Baseline be incorp.Vol. 4 Interoperability Standards Book, Volume 4: able Karen Edelstein reasonably can Confidence- Low Structural Design and Verification DRAFT with as Information Representation Specification CxP 70135 Ridable Dp1 1 1 1 Baseline Nov. 27th (30th) Update be incorp. Requirements Extravehicular Activity (EVA) and Crew many of Confidence High Comment CxP 70033 Survival System to Crew Exploration Vehicle Dp1 3 1 comments as 11/22/2006 Baseline able (CEV) Interface Requirements Document (IRD) reasonably can K. Stroud- Nov. be incorp. Constellation Human-Systems IntegrationCxP 70024 Ridable Dp1 1 1 1 Baseline 30th Confidence- Update Scott Ross Dec. Requirements (HSIR) Extravehicular Activity (EVA) Design and Comment DRAFT with as High CxP 70130 Dp2 1 1 Baseline 5th Confidence- Update Construction Specification able Crew Exploration Vehicle (CEV) to Lunar many of Medium Comment CxP 70034 Surface Access Module (LSAM) Interface Dp1 3 1 comments as 11/30/2006 Baseline able DRAFT with as Requirements Document (IRD) reasonably can Constellation Command, Control, be incorp. many of C. DurachkaCxP 70022 Communication, and Information (C3I) Comment Constellation Environmental Qualification and Ed Strong Nov. Dp1 4 4 1 comments as Dec.5th (draft) Baseline DRAFT with asVol. 5 Interoperability Standards Book, Volume 5: able CxP 70036 Acceptance Testing Requirements (CEQATR) Ridable Dp1 1 1 1 Baseline 30th Confidence Update reasonably can Confidence- High many of Data Exchange Protocol Specification Document Medium Androgynous Peripheral Assembly System Comment be incorp. CxP 70051 Dp1 3 4 comments as 11/30/2006 Baseline (APAS) Interface Definition Document (IDD) able reasonably can be incorp. Randy Wallace DRAFT with as Integrated Modeling and Simulation (IM&S) CxP 70076 Ridable Dp2 3 3 2 Baseline Nov. 22nd Constellation Systems to Communication and many of Requirements Comment Confidence High 70118 CxP Tracking (C&T) Networks Interface Dp1 3 1 1 comments as 11/30/2006 Baseline able Requirements Document (IRD) reasonably can be incorp. DRAFT with as CxP 70118 - VOL2 Constellation Sys to Comm many of Comment CxP 70118a & Tracking (C&T) Netwks Interface Reqs Doc Dp1 3 1 1 comments as 11/30/2006 Baseline able (IRD) reasonably can All Projects’ Product needs have been prioritized be incorp. Authors need Need to Need to review CxP CLV CEV Commitment Doc Number Doc Title Release ASAP baselined by baseline and update via Priority Priority Priority Date to Deliver to PBS (April) before SDR SDR DQA through coordination going into Season of SRRs Interface Requirements DRAFT with as CxP 70118 - VOL3 Constellation Sys to Comm many of Comment CxP 70118b & Tracking (C&T) Netwks Interface Reqs Doc Dp1 3 1 1 comments as 11/30/2006 Baseline able (IRD) reasonably can be incorp. DRAFT with as CxP 70118 - VOL4 Constellation Sys to Comm many of Comment CxP 70118c & Tracking (C&T) Netwks Interface Reqs Doc Dp1 3 1 1 comments as 11/30/2006 Baseline able (IRD) reasonably can be incorp. DRAFT with as CxP 70118 - VOL5 Constellation Sys to Comm many of Comment CxP 70118d & Tracking (C&T) Netwks Interface Reqs Doc Dp1 3 1 1 comments as 11/30/2006 Baseline able (IRD) reasonably can 33 Products required to be processed between 11/22 be incorp. DRAFT with as CxP 70118 - VOL6 Constellation Sys to Comm many of Comment CxP 70118e & Tracking (C&T) Netwks Interface Reqs Doc Dp1 3 1 1 comments as 11/30/2006 Baseline able (IRD) reasonably can and 12/5 for Formal Baselining or “Draft” Baselining be incorp. DRAFT with as Crew Exploration Vehicle (CEV) to Cargo many of Comment CxP 70119 Launch Vehicle (CaLV) Interface Requirements Dp1 4 1 comments as 11/22/2006 Baseline able Document (IRD) reasonably can to support CEV with on-going reconciliation efforts be incorp. Key Plans Phillip Paulsen Constellation Command, Control, Nov. 29th (30th) CxP 70061 Communication, and Information (C3I) Ridable Dp2 1 1 1 Baseline Update Confidence- Strategic Plan Medium DRAFT with as many of D. Hackfeld Dec. CxP 70070- Comment C3I Security Plan CxP 70094 Dp2 1 1 1 comments as 5th Confidence- Baseline ANX05a able reasonably can Medium be incorp. L. Scaglione Dec. Constellation Electrical, Electronic, and Comment 5th (Draft) CxP 70133 Dp2 3 3 2 Baseline Electromechanical (EEE) Parts Plan able Confidence- Medium Release, Baseline, Update plan for every CxP SRR CxP 70072- ANX01 Management Systems Plan, Annex 1: Constellation Glossary, Acronyms and Nomenclature (CGAN) Ridable Dp2 4 4 3 Baseline Barbara Teague Dec. 4th (5th) Confidence High Authors Update product between now and CxP SDR can be found in need Need to Need to review CxP CLV CEV Commitment Doc Number Doc Title Release ASAP baselined by baseline and update via Priority Priority Priority Date to Deliver to PBS (April) before SDR SDR DQA Backup CxP 70008 Master Integration and Verification Plan (MIVP) Ridable Dp2 1 1 1 Baseline Renee Cox TBD Update Jonella Youmans CxP 70086 Software Verification and Validation Plan Ridable Dp2 1 1 1 Baseline Nov. 28th (30th) Update TBD DRAFT with as many of J. Zipay Dec. 5th Comment CxP 70136 Constellation Loads Data Book Dp2 1 1 1 comments as (Draft) Update able reasonably can Confidence- High be incorp. DRAFT with as many of J. Zipay Dec. 5th CxP 70137 Loads Control Plan Ridable Dp2 1 comments as (Draft) 2/20/2008 reasonably can Confidence- High be incorp. 23 23
  • 24. CxP To PBS Schedule Overview ♦What is PBS • Opportunity to re-sync the program after the LII SRR and all individual LIII SRRs − Recognizing we will all be working very hard all along the path to stay sync’d • Evaluate where the Program is in terms of satisfying/addressing all actions and baselining plans coming out of CxP SRR • Incremental planned update of CARD • PBS assists with closed technical cost and schedule solution for Pre-NAR and validating the glide path to SDR’s2/20/2008 24
  • 25. SRR Schedule Overview w/ Potential CEV changes 2007 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul AugCxP SRR Program Baseline Collectively We Must Maintain Synchronization Disciplined Vertical AlignmentCLV SRRCLV SRR Rqmt. Synch. Rqmt. Synch. Rqmt. Synch. Req B/L for SDR & Req B/L ProductsData Drop K/O for IBR Pre-Board Released 1/15 1/23 1/31 Starts 2/20 3/4 RID CO BOARD Final TechCEV SRRCEV SRR 2/12 3/1 Direction 3/17 Data Drop Kick Off Pre-Board 2/15 2/15 Starts 3/9Ground Ops SRR RID CO BOARDGround Ops SRR 2/29 3/16 RID CO 3/15 Data BOARD Mission Sys SRR Drop 3/1 Pre-Board Starts 4/2 4/12 Data Drop Pre-Board 3/16 Starts 4/19 EVA SRR EVA SRR RID CO BOARD 3/30 4/22 25
  • 26. We Intentionally Strived to Exceed Standards Here Because We Believed It Was the Right Thing To Do NPR 7123.1 Criteria (Written for a Project) The resulting overall concept is reasonable, feasible, complete, responsive to the mission requirements, and is consistent with system requirements and available resources (cost, NPR 7123.1 SRR Entrance Criteria schedule, mass power, etc.). The project utilizes a sound process for the allocation and control of requirements throughout all levels, and a plan has been defined to complete the definition activity within schedule constraints. ♦The following technical products for hardware and software system Requirements definition is complete with respect to top level mission and science requirements, elements are available to the cognizant participants prior to the review and interfaces with external entities and between major internal elements have been defined. (blue text indicates Annex deliverable): Requirements allocation and flow down of key driving requirements have been defined down to Updated risk assessment and mitigations. Top Risks Š System Architecture. ADD, draft at SRR subsystems. I.D.Õ in ARM and mitigation plans in place ed Š System requirements document. CARD, System and subsystem design approaches and operational concepts exist and are consistent IRDs,Standards Š Updated schedule data (Integrated Master Schedule) with the requirements set. Š System software functionality description. Š Logistics documentation (preliminary maintenance The requirements, design approaches, and conceptual design will fulfill the mission needs within SADD, draft at SRR plan, etc.). R&M Plan, Logistics supportability Plan the estimated costs. Š Updated concept of operations. Ops Con draft at SRR (baselined Prior) Š Preliminary human rating plan, if applicable. HRP, Vol Preliminary approaches have been determined for how requirements will be verified and Š Updated mission requirements, if applicable. I, draft at SRR validated down to the subsystem level DRMs (in Ops Con) Š Software Development Plan (SDP). SMPP, draft at Major risks have been identified, and viable mitigation strategies have been defined. Š Baselined SEMP. Baselined SEMP SRR Š Preliminary system requirements allocation to Š System safety and mission assurance plan. SR&QA the next lower level system. CARD 3.7 = SRD Plan (baselined prior) 3.2 Š 3.6, FAM Š Configuration management plan. MSR V1 ( baselined Š Updated cost estimate. (ID areas of Cost Risk prior) Relative to POP and populate in ARM), Life Cycle Cost plan Š Project management plan. PP (baselined prior) Š Technology Development Maturity Š Initial document tree. MSP A3 (baselined prior) Assessment Plan. Tech. Insertion. Strat., Š Verification and validation approach. MT&V, draft at Per 7123.1 The SRR examines the functional and performance requirements defined Draft at SRR SRR, Sect 4 of CARD initially populated for the system and the preliminary program or project plan and ensures that the Š Preferred system solution definition including Š Preliminary hazard analysis (PHA). Draft PHA via requirements and the selected concept will satisfy the mission. major trades and options. DAC Results, RAD, IDAC2 draft at SRR Š Other specialty disciplines as required (targeted items 1 from Program doc tree- see PP&C presentation) For NASA Internal Use Only CxP SRR Annex Š Defining all Deliverables & Maturities to CxCB 5/24/06 2 For NASA Internal Use Only• CxP is a Complex Agency-wide Effort with NASA Leading the Systems Engineering and Integration Across Architecture, Systems, Elements Matured by Multiple Projects and at Varying Rates of Time – We consciously therefore set the bar for this CxP SRR very high • Exceeding the call-outs by 7123 • Posturing us for not just SRR for putting us on the necessary glide path towards SDR • Focusing on Processes, Time-Phase Strategies & Plans that we will need to converge on heading to PBS to manage this complex virtual endeveor We have Postured Ourselves for Success Beyond SRR 26
  • 27. CxP SRR Has Focused Us Collectively on the Right Things Going Forward Purpose of CXP SRR ♦ Tremendous progress to date • The Purpose of the SRR(s) is to ensure that : – CxP Program Level I and II requirements are understood and ♦ Much work to go technically mature to provide an architecture that will meet the mission needs, goals and objectives within the constraints of Budget/Cost/Schedule/law etc… • Requirements-based products have been prioritized book-to-book and cover-to-cover for requirements RIDable for this Season of SRRs • Must stay In sync with Specs – Program-level key processes, strategies and plans are documented to manage the development of the architecture • These products have also been prioritized for future baselining • PBS will be Our next major – Operations concepts and Program requirements have been analyzed, allocated, and flowed down to support development of Level III product requirements Checkpoint • Focused on Aligning Level III and II and Meeting Level III Needs – Major risks to the Program are re-addressed and mitigation strategies discussed ♦ People are our Key Resource Per 7123.1 The SRR examines the functional and performance requirements defined for the architecture and the preliminary program or project plan and ensures that the requirements and the selected concept will satisfy the mission. 14 Systems Engineering Near-Term Focus with Long-Term Objectives in Mind SRR Summary• The scope of this initial CxP SRR and “First Season of SRRs” covers the architecture and engineering artifacts • Program and Agency appreciates your focused participation in associated with: SRR Schedule Overview w/ Potential CEV changes that has led us to establishing our the reviews/efforts – Transportation to and from low earth 2007 foundational requirements/programmatic product line for the orbit Jan Feb Mar Apr May future of Human Space Flight Jun Jul Aug – Transportation to and from the lunar orbit as it relates to “driving early designs” of CEV/CLV/GO/MO/EVA CxP SRR Program Baseline• Also Refining Integrated Plan to Collectively We Must Maintain Synchronization leverage off of LAT and Lander Disciplined Vertical Alignment Studies for performing Systems Engineering in Disciplined Manner in CLV SRR CLV SRR Rqmt. Synch. Rqmt. Synch. Rqmt. preparations of next Season of SRRs Req B/L for SDR & Req B/L Products Data Drop for IBR Pre-Board Released 1/15 1/31 Starts 2/20 3/4 RID CO BOARD Final Tech CEV SRR CEV SRR 2/12 2/28 Direction 3/17 Data Drop Kick Off Pre-Board 2/15 2/15 Starts 3/9 Ground Ops SRR RID CO BOARD Ground Ops SRR 2/29 3/16 RID CO 3/15 6 Data BOARD Mission Sys SRR Drop 3/1 Pre-Board Starts 4/2 4/12 Data Drop Pre-Board 3/16 Starts 4/19 EVA SRR EVA SRR RID CO BOARD 3/30 4/22 For NASA Internal Use Only 281 27
  • 28. Factors of Success♦ High performance teams are a product of several items: a) Environment b) Need c) Culture d) Motivation • This team met these criteria♦ The SRR Execution Team (SET) established twice weekly nationwide telecons that overcommunicated status and allowed timely issue identification and resolution♦ Constellation Program management empowered the SET♦ SET attitude was “whatever it takes” • Whoever it takes, whatever needs done, Get ‘er done♦ The team understood the importance of their role and strove to succeed, not individually, but as a team♦ No options were discounted, team was encouraged to think outside of the box
  • 29. Summary♦ The Constellation Program recognized the SET efforts • NASA Group Achievement Award • Nominated for the Rotary Club Stellar Achievement Award♦ ConCERT has been established as the program wide tool for program and project reviews♦ Constellation Program System Engineering and Integration office enacted a knowledge capture effort post SRR that documented the process of conducting future reviews in the same outstanding manner♦ High performance teams are a product of several items: a) Environment b) Need c) Culture d) Motivation e) etc • This team met these criteria
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  • 31. Board Member DiscussionsRole Board Members TitleChair Jeff Hanley Constellation Program ManagerMember Ed Stanton ESMD Constellation Program ExecutiveSecretary Deana Hackfeld SecretaryMember Mark Geyer Deputy Constellation Program ManagerMember Marsha Ivins Astronaut OfficeMember Barry Waddell Cx Program Planning & ControlMember Bill Arceneaux Cx Test &VerificationMember Bob Castle Cx Operations IntegrationMember Lauri Hansen Cx Safety, Reliability and Quality AssuranceMember Carlos Noriega Cx Advanced Projects OfficeMember Chris Hardcastle Cx System Engineering & IntegrationMember Skip Hatfield Orion Project OfficeMember Steve Cook Ares Project OfficeMember Dennis Webb Missions Systems ProjectMember Jeff Davis JSC Chief Medical OfficerMember Tip Talone Ground Systems Project/Associate Program Manager (KSC)Member Todd May Associate Program Manager (MSFC)Member Wayne Hale Space Shuttle ProgramMember Mike Suffredini International Space Station ProgramMember Steve Labbe Cx Program Chief EngineerMember Jeff Davis Manager Extravehicular Activity (EVA) ProjectMember Jeff Bye Office of Safety and Mission Assurance, Lead EngineerMember Geoff Yoder ESMD 32
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