Knowledge Management in NASA

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  • Tragic Incident in Columbia
  • Knowledge Management in NASA

    1. 1. NASA LAUNCHES INMAGIC PRESTOAND DISCOVERS A NEW WAY TOMANAGE KNOWLEDGEUjjwal Kumar Joshi05/15/131
    2. 2. Agenda1. Overview about NASA2. Key Challenges of NASA3. Introduction about Inmagic Presto4. Why Inmagic was selected?5. Benefits after implementing Inmagica. Operational Benefitb. Financial Benefitsc. Strategic Benefits6. Voice of the Employee05/15/132
    3. 3. NASANASA (National Aeronautics and SpaceAdministration) was established in 29thJuly, 1958. It isthe agency of the United States government that isresponsible for the national civilian space program andfor aeronautics and aerospace research.Industry Aerospace and DefenseEmployees 17000Headquarter Washington, D.C.Website www.nasa.govVision To reach for new heights and revealthe unknown so that we do andlearn will benefit all humankindMajor WorkAreasAeronauticsHuman Exploration andOperationsScienceSpace Technology305/15/13
    4. 4. Key Challenges Need a secure repository for thousands of highdefinition images, more than 5 million photos,10,000 videos and up to 7,000 motion picturefilms. Require centralized one-stop access to hugearchives of shuttle mission photos and videos. Want ability to rapidly search images collectionsfor each stage of the mission. Provide secure access to internal NASA staff andexternal contractors.05/15/134
    5. 5. Inmagic Presto A software package developed by theInmagic Inc. Includes necessary tools to performdatabase definition and maintenance,information retrieval, and report production. Stores the high definition images to comparethe condition of shuttle parts during variousstages of the mission to identify possibleproblems. stores images and documents and enablesofficials to retrieve them using a "Google-like" search through a web-based system.505/15/13
    6. 6. Why Inmagic was selected? Support for the depth and variety of NASAsdiverse document types, including very largephoto and video images. Fast, relevant, real-time search of imagearchives Seamless integration with 3-D image viewer Providing one, intuitive administrative and userinterface605/15/13
    7. 7. Benefit after implementingPresto Software NASA has advanced the safety of theshuttle missions and the crew byenhancing its ability to search and retrievecritical shuttle images and videos. Beside these, NASA is benefited infollowing 3 ways: Operational Benefits Financial and strategic Benefits Ownership Benefits705/15/13
    8. 8. Operational Benefits805/15/13
    9. 9. Financial and StrategicBenefits Greatly reduce flight risks. Advance critical mission and crew safety. Provides continuous support in the mission905/15/13Ownership Benefits Secure, centralized information access Seamless integration of internal and external datasources Improve image comparison for rapid diagnostics
    10. 10. Voice of the Employee05/15/1310Inmagic Presto has helped us organize and provideagency-wide access to mission critical video andimaging assets allowing us to increase missionsafety.Jeff WolfePhoto PlannerIMCS, Photo & Media ServicesKennedy Space Center

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