SEaCLIF™ - J&P's System Engineering & Integration Innovation

J&P's system engineering, safety, and integration tool, "System Effects and Capability Losses from InsertedFailures" (SEaCLIF™), is currently used by NASA JSC's Safety & Mission Assurance (S&MA) Directorate to support flight operations.The tool focuses on product integration and provides data to the Safety Engineering Team in the MER for pre-flight assessments and anomaly resolution during flight. SEaCLIF™ enables significant increases in efficiency via the "presentation" of pre-integrated design, operational, and safety data sets, without either re-hosting the data (required by most knowledge systems) OR requiring significant maintenance resources. Of primary benefit to the engineer is the integration of classic engineering data, such as certification limits and detailed design drawings, operations engineering data, such as crew procedures and flight rules, and SR&QA engineering products and analyses, such as Hazard Reports and Failure Modes and Effects Analyses.
SEaCLIF™ is extensible to support any logical relationship between items such as requirements, documents, system designs, hardware items, software processes, procedures, documents, or capabilities. The ISS version of SEaCLIF™ is a "quick look" analysis tool that captures the relationship between requirements, their decomposition, and the hardware/software necessary to implement those requirements. SEaCLIF™ provides the capability to analyze cross-subsystem effects of component failures and/or state changes and provides first-order power/thermal loads analysis functions.

Most recently, J&P developed a stand-alone Java based SEaCLIF that archived NASA's extensive Space Shuttle Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) data for use in future Programs, including Commercial Space.

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