Architecture and functionality of the advanced life support on-line project information system

John A. Hogan, Julie A. Levri, Rich Morrow, Jim Cavazzoni, Luis F. Rodriguez, Rebecca Riaño, Dawn R. Whitaker

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An ongoing effort is underway at NASA Ames Research Center (ARC) to develop an On-line Project Information System (OPIS) for the Advanced Life Support (ALS) Program. The objective of this three-year project is to develop, test, revise and deploy OPIS to enhance the quality of decision-making metrics and attainment of Program goals through improved knowledge sharing. OPIS will centrally locate detailed project information solicited from investigators on an annual basis and make it readily accessible by the ALS Community via a Web-accessible interface. The data will be stored in an object-oriented relational database (created in MySQL®) located on a secure server at NASA ARC. OPIS will simultaneously serve several functions, including being an research and technology development (R&TD) status information hub that can potentially serve as the primary annual reporting mechanism for ALS-funded projects. Using OPIS, ALS managers and element leads will be able to carry out informed R&TD investment decisions, and allow analysts to perform accurate systems evaluations. Additionally, the range and specificity of information solicited will serve to educate technology developers of programmatic needs. OPIS will collect comprehensive information from all ALS projects as well as highly detailed information specific to technology development in each ALS area (Waste, Water, Air, Biomass, Food, Thermal, Controls and Systems Analysis). Because the scope of needed information can vary dramatically between areas, element-specific technology information is being compiled with the aid of multiple specialized working groups. This paper presents the current development status in terms of the architecture and functionality of OPIS. Possible implementation approaches for OPIS are also discussed.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalSAE Technical Papers
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2004
Event34th International Conference on Environmental Systems, ICES 2004 - Colorado Springs, CO, United States
Duration: Jul 19 2004Jul 22 2004

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Information systems
NASA
Information technology
Biomass
Wastewater
Managers
Servers
Decision making
Systems analysis
Air

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Automotive Engineering
  • Safety, Risk, Reliability and Quality
  • Pollution
  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

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Architecture and functionality of the advanced life support on-line project information system. / Hogan, John A.; Levri, Julie A.; Morrow, Rich; Cavazzoni, Jim; Rodriguez, Luis F.; Riaño, Rebecca; Whitaker, Dawn R.

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Hogan, John A. ; Levri, Julie A. ; Morrow, Rich ; Cavazzoni, Jim ; Rodriguez, Luis F. ; Riaño, Rebecca ; Whitaker, Dawn R. / Architecture and functionality of the advanced life support on-line project information system. In: SAE Technical Papers. 2004.
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