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  1. 1. Integrating NASA Technical Standards with NASA Lessons Learned PM Challenge February 10, 2011https://standards.nasa.gov
  2. 2. AgendaI. Overview of Tech Standards ProgramII. NEN/LLIS/START IntegrationIII. Lessons Learned Program Overview I. Applying the old to the new programs II. Capturing the old programs going away (Shuttle, Constellation)IV. Demo - Use Cases I. NASA Standard (show link & details ) II. Industry StandardV. QA
  3. 3. NTSP Overview • NASA Technical Standards Program was established in 1997 • Program objectives: – Establish and Maintain “NASA Technical Standards” as a Common Baseline for NASA Programs • Evaluate, Support, and Adopt National and International Standards where they meet NASA’s needs • Develop Internal NASA Standards where available standards are not adequate – Support the Use of Technical Standards on NASA Programs in the Systems Requirement Process • Provide Access for All <nasa.gov> Users to Full Text Standards ~ 370 Sources at http://standards.nasa.gov • Link Standards to Lessons Learned for more effective use • Provide automated Notice of Updates for Standards registered by usershttps://standards.nasa.gov 3
  4. 4. Primary Activities of NTSP Document • Manage the development of NASA Standards where no industry standard will suffice Deliver • Provide access to government and industry standards through the Standards and Technical Assistance Resource Tool (START) Educate • Create awareness about the Program’s mission and activities across the Agency • Assist and educate users on the functions of STARThttps://standards.nasa.gov 4
  5. 5. START Overview • Agency-wide access to ~1.4M Specifications, Standards, and engineering tools http://standards.nasa.gov • Approximately 13,000 registered users • Watch Lists/Alerts Feature – Provides electronic notification of revisions for registered standards imposed on contracts by program/projects • Technical Standards Tutorials to provide more information on high- profile standardshttps://standards.nasa.gov 5
  6. 6. Engineering Tools • Haystack Gold® – Logistics part information from over 40 databases • 4D-Online Parts Universe – Electronic component database with more than 25 million parts • eFunda – Engineering reference resource • MatWeb – Searchable database of materials properties • Materials and Processes Technical Information System (MAPTIS) – Single-point access for materials properties for NASA and NASA associated contractors and organizationshttps://standards.nasa.gov 6
  7. 7. 46 Subscription SDO (23 Added 7/30/2010)• AA • GEIA• AATC • ICC• ABMA • IEC• ACI • IEEE• AIA • IESNA• AIAA • IEST• API • IPC• ARINC • ISA• ASA • ISO• ASCE • MSS• ASHRAE • NBBPVI• ASME (inc BPVC) (with historical) • NECA• ASSE/SAFE • NEMA• ASTM (with historical) • NETA• ASQ • NFPA (fire)• AWS • NIBS• AWWA • NSF• BHMA • SAE• BMI/MMPDS (Battelle) • SMACNA• CGA • SSPC• CSI • TIA• ECA • UL• ESDU (GSFC – JPL - MSFC) • Government & Mil (with historical)• EOS/ESD Unlimited access for 16 NASA locations - ~ 8000 registered users 7
  8. 8. NEN/LLIS/START IntegrationProvide bidirectional navigation between NASALessons Learned and NASA/Industry/GovernmentStandards to improve visibility of the relatedcontent to the users.Integration of NEN, LL and Standards significantlyimproves the interoperability of the NASA LessonsLearned and the Standards program and increasethe overall value to the NASA user community. 02/03/2010 8
  9. 9. NEN/LL/NTPS USER REQUIREMENTS1. Quick, simple pointers and links.2. Common (or more similar) look and feel.3. Refine business processes and templates (for Standards, Lessons, etc.) to harvest more metadata as NEW products are developed/generated.4. Update metadata on existing products (Lessons, Standards, etc).5. Common search-retrieve device.6. Live update device/process to allow users to update a reference within products. 02/03/2010 9
  10. 10. Flow Overview Before Integration• A small subset of the linking between NASA/Industry/Government Standards and the Lessons Learned in LLIS• Expand the bidirectional linking (red lines) between NASA/Industry/Government Standards to the Lessons Learned in LLIS Search Standards Search LLIS Product NASA Standards NASA Lessons Learned Industry/Government Standards NASA Center Level Lessons Learned Other NASA Tools & Repositories 10
  11. 11. Flow Overview After Integration• Cross collection keyword searching which significantly improves visibility in both systems Cross Collection Keyword Search NASA Standards NASA Lessons Learned Industry/Government Standards NASA Center Level Lessons Learned 11
  12. 12. • Web-based system developed in 1994• Over 2,000 Lessons dating back to 1972A lesson learned is knowledge or understanding gained by experience. The experience may be positive, as in a successful test or mission, or negative, as in a mishap or failure. Both should be considered excellent sources of lessons learned.
  13. 13. Lessons are available on a Public and Internal Sitehttp://nen.nasa.gov/web/LL http://llis.nasa.gov/ 13
  14. 14. A lesson learned entry 1) pertains to safety or mission success 2) is likely to be relevant to other projects 3) does not duplicate an existing lesson learnedExisting documents such asPowerPoint presentations,white papers and technicalreports can be used to createlessons 14
  15. 15. Lessons Learned LifecycleA lesson learned is knowledge or understanding gained by experience. The experience may be positive, as in a successful test or mission, or negative, as in a mishap or failure. Both should be considered excellent sources of lessons learned. Mission Complete Facilitated Pause & Learn Session Lessons Sources MishapTest Lessons learned are important to future programs because they show insights from previous projects. Customers •Researchers •Designers •Project Managers To search the LLIS or submit a lesson, go to http://llis.nasa.gov 15
  16. 16. LLIS Search -> Which Lessons Might Impact the Design?60% Design Review Lessons Learned Report Ares-1 Upper Stage • Lessons Learned Entry: 0031 Maintenance ofLiquid Oxygen Umbilical (LO2U)/Liquid High, Exposed Equipment Hydrogen Umbilical (LH2U) • Lessons Learned Entry: 0138 GOX Vent Arm Air Receivers Bleed Manifold Venting Operations • Lessons Learned Entry: 0154 Pneumatic and Fluid Quick Disconnects. • Lessons Learned Entry: 0157 External Tank (ET) Vent Deceleration Unit • Lessons Learned Entry: 0187 Hydrogen Vent Umbilical. • Lessons Learned Entry: 0188 T-0 Umbilical Carrier Plate. • Lessons Learned Entry: 1323 Interface Control Document (ICD) Violations by Payload Developer • Proceedings of the 34thAerospace Mechanisms Symposium, Goddard Space Flight Center, May 10- 12,2000 • Technical Memorandum 33-777 10th Aerospace Mechanisms ; Symposium April 22-23, 1976 16
  17. 17. LLIS Search -> Which Lessons Quick disconnect for different systems should be designed differently in order Might Impact the Design? to prevent cross-connections 17
  18. 18. End of Program Lessons Learned Collection KSC Shuttle Ground Ops (184 lessons identified)• Many of these lessons learned entries concern the interface between the space shuttle system and the ground processing infrastructure.• Design considerations & requirements can be mined for road mapping infrastructure upgrades for Commercial Crew, 21st Century Launch Complex, Heavy Lift and Flagship Technology. 18
  19. 19. New FeatureCategories oftechnical standardsthat relate to thislesson
  20. 20. Selecting the“torque”categoryprovides this listof relevantstandards
  21. 21. Selecting the“bolts” categoryprovides this listof relevantstandards
  22. 22. Selecting the“installing”categoryprovides this listof relevantstandards
  23. 23. Selecting the“space shuttle”categoryprovides this listof relevantstandards
  24. 24. Demo - Use CasesI. Tech Standards a. NASA Standard (show link & details ) b. Industry Standard 24
  25. 25. Questions
  26. 26. BACK UP SLIDES 27
  27. 27. START Website
  28. 28. List of NASA Standards
  29. 29. Associated Lessons Learned
  30. 30. Lesson 0652
  31. 31. Search of NASA TechStandardsWith the Keyword“systems engineering”specified 01/26/2010 33
  32. 32. 01/26/2010 34
  33. 33. From mostCoP’sWe will have AStandardsAndReferencesSection 01/26/2010 35
  34. 34. 5.0 - COMMUNITY LIST OF STANDARDSWill bepopulatedfrom searchresults of theTech Standardscollectionbased on thekeyword of theCommunity 02/03/2010 36
  35. 35. NTSPO Standards Product - Current Functionality Standards Search By Document Number Link to Documents Details page with Access to Lessons Learned10/21/2011 37
  36. 36. NTSPO Standards Product - Current Functionality Document Details with Lessons Learned Lessons Learned Number, Date, Abstract and link to Lesson Learned10/21/2011 38
  37. 37. NTSPO Standards Product – with bidirectional linking View Lessons Learned – Showing Document and References Links to the Referenced Standards Lessons Learned document10/21/2011 39
  38. 38. Requirements 5.0A - NTSPO Standards Product Search Lessons Learned – Showing Implicit Keyword Searching Search returning Lessons Learned and keyword related documents10/21/2011 40

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