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Indra Espacio . ( Área reservada a imgen ). SMOG 26-6-2006 Final Presentation Management Part. Frascati – Final Presentation 26 June 2006. ESRIN SMOG Final Review. 1st day dedicated to installation No need to connect SMOG to internal ESA network 2nd day dedicated to:

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  1. Indra Espacio ( Área reservada a imgen ) SMOG 26-6-2006 Final Presentation Management Part Frascati – Final Presentation 26 June 2006

  2. ESRIN SMOG Final Review • 1st day dedicated to installation • No need to connect SMOG to internal ESA network • 2nd day dedicated to: • Management and technical presentation: morning 2-3 Hours • Demo of AGF: afternoon 2-3 hours • 3rd day: • Conclusions • Closure of project

  3. Agenda (I): 2nd day • Meeting objectives (9.00 – 9:15) • Management Part (9:15 – 10:15) • Project Objectives • Phase I and II Activities • Schedule • Documentation generated

  4. Agenda (II): 2nd day • Technical presentation(11:10 – 12:15) • AGF function and architecture • AGF How it works AGF? • HW architecture • AGF performances • Achievements • S/S Functionality  • Demo (2-3 hours) afternoon session • AOB

  5. --123 Proposal Generated in response to ITT : Impact of Small Missions on Earth Observation Ground Segment Systems (SMOG) ESA AO/1-3879/I-SB

  6. SMOG: Background • New trends in EO missions oriented towards “small satellite missions” concept: • satellites in cluster configuration -> less revisit time • less sensors per satellite and more specific -> user oriented • sensors with higher resolution -> higher data rate • ESA request for a definition of new and generic GS data acquisition and processing facility (AGF) to face new EO missions efficiently: • providing a core of required functions • avoiding development of a new GS facility each time a new satellite mission is born • enabling the possibility to accommodate new mission specific functions without impacting in core AGF functions/architecture

  7. SMOG: Project major objectives (I) To define a generic architecture, applicable to the Ground Segment of the Earth Observation Small Missions. To define a generic Advanced Ground Facility, AGF, as a basic node of the future ground segment.

  8. SMOG: Project major objectives (I) • Convincing definition of a future generic AGF able to cope with requirements of new EO small mission concepts • Design of AGF constrained by budget: recurrent cost < 500 k. • Validation of AGF concept by defining and implementing an AGF prototype • functionally representative of overall AGF requested functions • meeting partially the requirements: reduced performances w.r.t. that defined for generic AGF

  9. SMOG: AGF Design Drivers (II) • Overall recurring costs < 500 k • Limit the development / manufacturing • Use of recurrent parts • Maximum use of COTS • Modular design to allow for ease adaptability and expandability • Simple operation concept from user point of view • autonomous: minimum exchanges with mission centers • automated

  10. SMOG: AGF Design Drivers (II) • SW architecture as independent as possible from HW architecture: performances of system only dependant of available budget for HW. • Fast product delivery: ground networks • Use of Industry standards to have an open architecture

  11. Modular design of the AGF • A basic AGF core designed • Its functionality can be improved by adding new modules • Flexible design of the AGF • Support to generic missions e.g.: TM Acquisition, Archive, catalogue • Specific details for each specific mission have to be implemented, e.g.: Data Processing

  12. Project Organization Prime Contractor : INDRA ESPACIO (Spain) Subcontractor : ALCATEL ALENIA SPACE BELL (Belgium) Subcontractor : TTI (Spain)

  13. Project Phases • SMOG project is divided in two phases as required in SOW: • Phase I (2/2001 -> 28-11-2003) Study and analyse GS evolution Define and Design of AGF architecture • Phase II (6-7/2003 -> 6/2006) Implementation and demonstration of AGF prototype

  14. Events • Change of ESA technical officer from Phase I to Phase II • Change of project INDRA Project Manager as of end January 2005

  15. Project Life Cycle

  16. Phase I: Tasks • Task 1: Project management for Phase I and II: • Project management • Product Assurance • Configuration and Documentation Control • Project Web Pages Preparation • Task 2: GS Evolution and AGF Definition: • GS Evolution Study • User Requirements • GS Requirements • GS Architecture • AGF System Requirements • Task 3: AGF Design • AGF Design: Architectural and detailed) • Technologies versus COTS Study, Survey of Market • Cost Study: non recurrent and recurrent products • Prototype definition: specification and development plan

  17. SMOG Phase 1 DEFINITION DETAIL DESIGN Task-2 Task-3 2000 3000 GS Evolution Study AGF Arch. Design 2100 3100 User Requirements 2200 Data Transport Def 3120 GS Requirements Tech. and COTS Trade-off 2300 3200 GS Architectures 2400 Data Transport Tech. AGF Sys. Req. 3220 2500 FEP Technology 3230 Demodulator Tech 3240 Testing Facilities 3250 AGF Detail Design 3300 AGF ICD 3400 Cost Study 3500 Proto. Definition 3600 Phase I: WBS

  18. Phase I: Meeting • (KOM) Performed on 28/01/02 • (SRR) Performed on 09 and 10 /05/ 02 • (PDR) Performed on 31/07/02 • Video conference on 09/10/02 • (CDR) Performed (27/11/02)

  19. Phase II: Tasks (I) • Task 4: Prototype Implementation, Integration and Acceptance: • System/Subsystem definition • Development of AGF manager • Development of AGF Product generation • Development of AGF Product Dissemination • Development of GUI • Development of FEP and FEP I/F to AGF manager • Performing integration and acceptance test • Perform system acceptance testing • User Manual

  20. Phase II: Tasks (II) • Task 5: Prototype Demonstration support • Perform AGF Demonstrations • Delivery of AGF Prototype to Esrin along with the documentation set • Installing Prototype at Esrin along with training • Production of the Final Validation Report and Executive Summary

  21. Phase II: Additional Tasks • INDRA requested ALCATEL the implementation of Satellite simulator intended to inject Raw TM data into FEP. • Request formally issued end 2003

  22. Phase II: WBS SMOG Phase 2 AGF PROTOTYPE AGF VALIDATION Task-4 Task-5 4000 5000 S/s Definition S/s Manufacturing Documentation Integration & Acceptance Validation File Demonstration Exec Maintenance & Delivery 4100 4200 4300 4400 5100 5200 5300 Integration File Demostration Plan Demonstration-1 SW Upgrade RF Signal Processing RF Signal Processing Integration Process 4310 5110 5210 5310 4110 4210 4410 Acceptance File AGF Validation Report Demonstration-2 HW maintenance 4320 5120 5220 5320 User Documentation Executive Summary Demonstration-3 Installation ESRIN Standard Antenna Standard Antenna Interface Verification 4330 5130 5230 5330 4111 4211 4411 Array Antenna Down/Converter SW Refinament 4112 4212 4412 Down/Converter Integration Testing IF Signal processing 4113 4413 4220 Acceptance Testing IF Signal processing 4420 FEP Demod/Bit Synch 4120 4221 FEP Data Processing 4222 4130 Data Processing Final Presentation activities 4230 Data Ingestion 4131 Product extraction Data Ingestion and generation 4231 4132 Product extraction Processor, Data-base and generation & Archiving 4232 4133 Processor, Data-base Product Dissemination & Archiving 4134 4233 Product Dissemination Control 4234 4140 Product Distribution 4235 Control M&C 4240 4141 Product Scheduler 4142 User IF/Product M&C request handling 4241 4143 Product Scheduler 4242 User IF/Product request handling 4243

  23. Phase II: Meetings • (KOM2) Performed on July 2003. Starting of activities September 2003. • (CDR of Prototype) Performed (15/4/2004) • First Demo AGF Prototype (25/11/2004) with FEP simulated • FEP+ IQ F.A.T (13-10-2005), Minor anomalies found, Authorization for delivery upon correction 14-11-2005 • Second Demo, complete AGF configuration, performed 31-5-2006

  24. Phase II: AGF Prototype development Stages • PHASE 2 • PHASE 1 • STAGE II • STAGE IV • STAGE III • STAGE I • AGF Prototype • 1st Demo 11/04 (FEP simulated) • AGF Prototype • Factory Acceptance • AGF Prototype • ESRIN Final Review • AGFPrototype • AGF Prototype • AGF Prototype • AGF Detailed • AGF System Design • Integration • Validation • Implementation • Design

  25. Task 4: Prototype Implementation, Integration and Acceptance AGF Prototype external ICD ADD for the Archiving (PAS) ADD for the Product Generator (PGS) ADD for the Dissemination S/S (DDS) ADD for the Manager S/S (MAN) User Manual Phase II Documentation: INDRA

  26. Task 5: Prototype Demonstration support Demonstration plan AGF Validation report Executive summary report Phase II Documentation: INDRA

  27. Phase II Documentation: ALCATEL, Task 4 Document • Task 4: FEP + IQ simulator Implementation, Integration and Acceptance • AGF Prototype FEP System Requirements • SMOG AGF prototype External Interface Control Document • AGF Prototype FEP Architectural Design Document • IQ Generator (simulator) Architectural Design and Interface Control Document • User manuals • SMOG AGF prototype Distribution Subsystem User Manual • FEP User and Operations Manual • SMOG AGF prototype IQ User and Operations Manual • OMNISAT HIGH RATE MULTIMISSION DEMODULATOR User & Service Manual • TEST MODULATOR User & Service Manual • SMOG AGF prototype test: • Acceptance Test Procedure • Acceptance Test procedures as executed

  28. Phase II Documentation: TTI • Critical analysis of the pros and contras of the use of phased-arrays against parabolic systems • Antennas for small EO receiving stations Development Plan for the Active Antenna

  29. Phase II: Task 5 deliverables Task 5: Prototype Demonstration support • AGF SW • HW elements • Data used

  30. El valor de la anticipación

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