session 3

Title

Space Architecture: Designing Human Systems Interaction

Description

In response to the diversifying needs of users in space exploration and commercial spaceflight, interest in a more detailed analysis of human-machine interfaces has been growing in space agencies, industry, and academia. At the same time, the wider individual and societal implications of the human- technology relationship have evolved into a key theme of interdisciplinary engagement with space. This session explores conceptual and applied issues related to the design of human interaction with space systems. In the context of habitats and infrastructure in the space and ground segment, these include interfaces of work stations, consoles, and devices; tools and payload hardware used in EVA and IVA; remote interaction; human-robotic partnerships; ambient intelligence, ubiquitous computing, and beyond. The application of these concepts to designs must provide humans with the necessary tools for work and off-duty settings while addressing their psychological and physiological needs, in full recognition of the technical challenges presented by the space environment. Focusing on the discussion of solutions developed in collaboration with architects and designers, we invite submissions from practitioners and theorists working on human-rated systems within, or collaborating across, the humanities, life sciences, human factors engineering, systems engineering, and planning in space and analogous environments.

Date

2014-10-02

Time

09:45

Room

713B

IPC members
papers

Order

Presentation status

Mode

Paper title

Speaker

Affiliation

Country

1

confirmed

15'

Contemporary Human Technology Interaction Issues in Space Architecture – A Position Paper

Dr. Regina Peldszus

European Space Agency (ESA-ESOC)

Germany

2

withdrawn

15'

Adaptive Spaceship Cockpit Architecture – Organization and Management of Spaceship Cockpits Design Practices in the Past and in the Future Based on Published Data and Feedback from Astronauts Winston Scott, John McBride and Robert Springer

Dr. Ondrej Doule

Florida Institute of Technology

United States

3

confirmed

15'

Scientific studies, human-rover interactions, and technology demonstrations conducted by EuroMoonMars Crew 125 at a Gale Crater analogue site

Dr. Melissa M. Battler

University of Western Ontario (UWO)

Canada

4

confirmed

15'

Operation scenarios and constraints for joint human-robot surface EVA missions on Moon and Mars

Dr. Anna Barbara Imhof

Liquifer Systems Group (LSG)

Austria

5

confirmed

15'

nea robotic friend: an innovative and versatile vehicle to support human mobility around asteroids

Mr. Luca Levrino

Politecnico di Torino

Italy

6

confirmed

15'

Permanent habitation, human, mechanical, environmental ambient intelligence, constant socialogical interface in space

Mr. SANDFORD MCLEOD

Canada

7

no-show

15'

Model design principles for human habitats in space, off-grid, and in low-impact communities

Mr. Kent Nebergall

Day Five, LLC

United States

8

withdrawn

15'

Living lab II – design research strategies on human factors and user-centered design

Ms. Paivi Jukola

Aalto University

Finland