Accession Number:

ADA633316

Title:

Human Computer Interface Design Criteria. Volume 2: Space System Operations Displays -SMC-S-023, Vol 2 (2010)

Descriptive Note:

Standard

Corporate Author:

AIR FORCE SPACE COMMAND LOS ANGELES AFB CA SPACE AND MISSILE SYSTEMS CENTER

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

2010-03-19

Pagination or Media Count:

104.0

Abstract:

The Human Machine Interface HMI Conventions Document has been developed under the direction of and with oversight from the United States US Air Force Space Command AFSPC. It provides recommended HMI conventions for use in designing satellite operations systems. The intent is to provide sound HMI practices for either satellite operations programs, which are planning upgrades, or for new programs, which employ operator workstations to perform any satellite operations activities. The conventions described in this document were developed to be as flexible as possible, while attempting to ensure commonality between satellite operations systems. Every effort has been made to maximize the incorporation of basic industry standards, existingproven program designs, and derive specific conventions where necessary to meet unique domain requirements. The conventions are based upon the latest Air Force Satellite Control Network AFSCN Employment Concept Department of the Air Force, 1996 and the Functional Task Analysis FTA Lockheed Martin Mission Systems, 1998. The FTA captures specific tasks, operator decisions, and screen content determined to be necessary to accomplish each task. These conventions are also consistent with Volume 1 of this document and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics AIAA Recommended Practice for Human-Computer Interface for Space Systems Operations HCISSO BSRAIAA R-023A-1995, 1995.

Subject Categories:

  • Unmanned Spacecraft
  • Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE