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13 September 2012 DOME: operational metrics under one roof
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Thirteen VLT/I instruments plus some extra critical components like the block-scheduling of the Laser Guide Star Facility and VLTI baselines make for a rather complex machine that constantly challenges our operational efficiencies. DOME (Dashboard for Operational Metrics at ESO) is an ongoing project developed, implemented and maintained by the ESO User Support Department. It aims at providing an ESO-internal dashboard where key operational metrics are published and updated at regular intervals. Here, we will present the project and report on the indicators that have been looked at until now.ty and VLTI baselines make for a rather complex machine that constantly challenges our operational efficiencies. DOME (Dashboard for Operational Metrics at ESO) is an ongoing project developed, implemented and maintained by the ESO User Support Department. It aims at providing an ESO-internal dashboard where key operational metrics are published and updated at regular intervals. Here, we will present the project and report on the indicators that have been looked at until now.
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F. Primas, S. Marteau, L. E. Tacconi-Garman, V. Mainieri, M. Rejkuba, and S. Mysore "DOME: operational metrics under one roof", Proc. SPIE 8448, Observatory Operations: Strategies, Processes, and Systems IV, 84480L (13 September 2012); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.926835
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