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This paper explores the adaptation of the International Space Station (ISS) Human Behaviour & Performance (HBP) Competency Model as an observation and debriefing aid during simulations in the ground segment of space operations. The model is currently employed to set the objectives of HBP training for ISS operations, and to aid observation of HBP skills during European Simulations. However, the model also represents a useful potential blueprint to address HBP issues in uncrewed space operations that, like crewed contexts, involve distributed mission control teams in multilateral settings.
After outlining the model and its current use, we report on the applicability of the HBP Model categories into the operational simulation context for three operational centres, the European Astronaut Centre in conjunction with Columbus Control Centre, and the European Space Operations Centre. We highlight related practical aspects of observing simulations and suggest further work.
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