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The HABET Organization. This section of the HABET core training explains how the project is organized. ESC. HABET involves two dimensions: Engineering Operations. Engineering involves... Designing... Building... Testing... for the spacecraft bus systems and payloads

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the habet organization

The HABET Organization

This section of the HABET core training explains how the project is organized.

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HABET involves two dimensions:

  • Engineering
  • Operations

Engineering involves...

Designing... Building... Testing... for

the spacecraft bus systems and payloads

Operations involves...

Planning... Training... Flying... for

an integrated spacecraft bus and payload

This training is for ONLY the OPERATIONS portion of the HABET program

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At some point,

HABET engineering must transition into operations

This will occur when a mission can be defined that...

1) Has a scientific purpose AND a flight-ready payloador

Has a flight-ready technology development purpose or

Is needed for HABET team proficiency

and

2) A flight-ready spacecraft bus is available

and

3) A qualified mission team is available

and

4) Funding is available

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The HABET Vision - To become the leading university in high altitude balloon experiments

  • To accomplish this requires an operations process that is:
  • Safe for the population, the HABET Team, and property
  • Organized with clear lines of authority and responsibility
  • Planned thoroughly and conducted legally
  • Implemented with qualified people from multiple fields
  • Durable to accommodate student turnover
  • Reliable for cost, schedule and customer requirements
  • Educational
  • FUN!

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The organization is TEAM BASED:

EMT - (Executive Management Team) 3 Senior people to provide continuity

MMT - (Mission Management Team) Unique to each specific mission, may be several in existence at once, all students (except maybe the PI)

LT - (Launch Team) Unique to each specific mission, may be several in existence at once, all students, launches the spacecraft

RT - (Recovery Team) Unique to each specific mission, may be several in existence at once, all students, recovers the spacecraft

FT - (Flight Team) Unique to each specific mission, may be several in existence at once, all students, operates the spacecraft

ET - (Engineering Team) Unique to each specific mission, usually several in existence, students & staff, to incorporate science and technology into missions

The Teams have student managers:

HMGR- HABET Manager(Chairs the EMT)

MMGR- Mission Manager(Chairs the MMT)

LD- Launch Director (Leads the LT)

RD- Recovery Director (Leads the RT)

FD- Flight Director (Leads the FT)

ED- Engineering Director (Leads the ET)

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Meets Regularly

Votes Unanimously (with documented reservations)

Hires & Fires HABET Manager (HMGR) and SSOL Manager

Initiates a new HABET Mission only for:

Science

Technology Development

Proficiency

  • EMT
  • (Executive Management Team)
  • HABET Manager(Adam Cupp - CHAIR)
  • HABET Advisor(Arthur Vickers)
  • HABET Faculty(John Basart or Bill Byrd)

Selects Mission Manager (MMGR)

Conducts Mission Initiation Board (MIB)

Approves and Certifies Mission Directors (Launch, Recovery, Flight, Engineering)

Develops and Approves Mission Rules

Provides Funding for Each Mission, HMGR, and SSOL supplies

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MMT

  • (Mission Management Team)
  • MMGR
  • Principal Investigator(if science or technology)
  • Launch Director
  • Recovery Director
  • Flight Director
  • Engineering Director

EMT

MMT

(Mission Management Team)

One for Each Mission

Meets Regularly (MMGR Chairs)

Votes Unanimously (with documented reservations)

Approves Mission Team Staffing

Sets Schedule

Conducts Integrated Simulation

Conducts Mission Readiness Review(MRR)

Conducts Flight Readiness Review (FRR)

Approves Waivers

Conducts End of Flight Debriefing (EOF Debriefing)

MMT

(Mission Management Team)

MMT

(Mission Management Team)

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FLIGHT TEAM

  • FD
  • Other FT membersHas Command Control from “Spacecraft Clear” through end of lift(“Spacecraft Away”)
  • LAUNCH TEAM
  • LD
  • Other LT membersHas Command Control from FRR through launch (“Spacecraft Clear”)
  • RECOVERY TEAM
  • RD
  • Other RT membersHas Command Control from “Spacecraft Away” through physical recovery(“Recovery Complete”)
  • ENGINEERING TEAM
  • ED
  • Other ET membersImplements Technology and Science into Spacecraft

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HABETTimeline

1EMT identifies a Mission

2EMT conducts MIB

3MMT formation and paper simulation

4MMT integrated simulation

5MMT conducts MRR

6MMT conducts FRR

7LAUNCH

8RECOVERY

9MMT conducts EOF Debriefing

10EMT conducts MCB

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To accomplish all of this and to protect ourselves we must be trained to perform our HABET jobs.

  • The training process must be:
  • Simple(Minimum paperwork and administration)
  • Logical(Only required functions must be covered)
  • Consistent(Exceptions by waiver only)
  • Documented

Training will include self-study, demonstrations, stand-alone and integrated simulations, written and oral examinations, and OJT

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Simple Documentation:The Certification Card

All of your training will be documented on this one card

BACK

FRONT

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Simple Management:Staffing Boards

This board shows who is working on what mission...

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The Rules of the Training Process:

  • All exams required are pass/fail with 90% score for pass
  • 1 hr between re-examinations with no limit on retakes
  • All core training must be completed before beginning Team training
  • 100% of Team training must be completed before beginning advanced training for Directorship of any Team
  • The EMT must sign certification cards for all advanced training
  • MMGR certification requires actual mission experience in all 3 Directorship positions
  • During the initial implementation period, the EMT will approve waivers prior to the integrated simulation for a given mission
  • The HMGR administers all written exams, maintains files, schedules expert oral exams, and maintains configuration control of training materials

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Training Flow:

New Recruit ---> Complete Core Training

  • HABET Organization Familiarization
    • Power Point Presentation
  • HABET Terminology Familiarization
    • Self-paced study of Dictionary
  • Basic SSOL Familiarization
    • Power Point Presentation
    • Walk through with any Director level or above
  • Basic Launch Site Familiarization
    • Power Point Presentation
  • Basic Safety Review
    • Power Point Presentation
  • Core Training Final Exam
    • Written
    • Oral (HMGR)
  • HMGR Sign-off on Certification Card

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Training Flow:

New Recruit ---> Complete Core Training

Novice ---> Complete Team Training

  • Step-by-step training available for each Team, includes:
    • Power Point Presentation
    • Walk through with any Director for the relevant team
    • Written Exam
    • Simulation (stand alone or integrated) (Director initials Certification card)
    • Oral Exam by any Director for the relevant team (Dir initials Cert card)
    • Sign-off by HMGR (after reviewing training file)

Once 100% of Team training for all teams is completed then...

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Training Flow:

New Recruit ---> Complete Core Training

Novice ---> Complete Team Training

Expert ---> Complete Advanced Training

  • Launch Director Training
    • Power Point Presentation
    • Conduct a stand alone simulation (A supervising LD initials Certification card)
    • Conduct an integrated simulation (A supervising MMGR initials Certification card)
    • Written Exam
    • Oral Exam (A member of the EMT signs Certification card)

OR

Flight Director Training {Same as for LD with supervising FD}

OR

Recovery Director Training {Same as for FD with supervising RD}

  • Serve as LD for one Mission
  • Serve as FD for one Mission
  • Serve as RD for one Mission
  • Mission Manager Training
    • Power Point Presentation
    • Conduct an integrated simulation (A supervising MMGR initials Certification card)
    • Written Exam
    • Oral Exam (A member of the EMT signs Certification card)

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After that...

HOORAY!

You’re Done!

You’re a certified...

Space Cadet!

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But even with a plan, a schedule, and qualified people the program is at risk from student turnover.

  • We need documentation that is...
      • Simple
      • Complete
      • Safe to use
      • Kept current

We needPROCEDURES!

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Procedures are documented in the form of checklists

There is a checklist for each team member and

for each major event

Example:

Checklist tells each step to complete an activity safely

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WHEN to perform a procedure is given on a timeline

A given procedure is performed by the assigned team member at the scheduled point on the timeline

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The EMT will develop a set of standard Mission Rules that will form the basis for safe procedures

The Training Rules shown earlier are part of these standard Mission Rules

The MMT will develop a set of mission-specific rules, if required, that cover unique situations not covered in the standard mission rules

The MMT will request waivers from the EMT for all standard mission rules, when necessary

The MMT will unanimously approve waivers to mission-specific rules

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Most equipment, tools and all procedures are issued in a Kit to the MMGR at the MIB

The MMGR distributes them to the Team Directors and from there to the team members individually

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Review Summary:

  • The Ops Plan begins when engineering is done for a given mission
  • A Mission has a purpose: Science, Technology, Proficiency
  • 6 Teams form the basis of the organization: EMT, MMT, LT, FT, RT, ET
  • There are 10 major milestones in the standard mission timeline
  • Training is necessary to protect HABET, the populace, and property
  • Procedures ensure that HABET will survive as students graduate
  • Mission rules require compliance or waivers
  • Most everything required to conduct a mission is provided in a kit
  • HABET is meant to be educationalANDFUN!

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