Presentation on theme: "Space Image Repository Enrique Pacheco-Cabrera Deputy Director for Space Science and Technology Mexican Space Agency."— Presentation transcript:
Space Image Repository Enrique Pacheco-Cabrera Deputy Director for Space Science and Technology Mexican Space Agency
Board of Goverment 2nd Stage ¤ PRESIDENT Minister of SCT ¤ 6 Deputy Ministries SEGOB SRE SEP SHCP SEDENA SEMAR FEDERAL GOVERMENT ¤ CONACYT ¤ ANUIES ¤ INEGI PUBLIC ENTITIES ACADEMIC ¤ UNAM ¤ IPN ¤ Mexican Academy of Sciences ¤ Engineering Academy ¤ National Academy of Medicine
Priorities for the AEM
Collaboration Agreements and MoU’s
Structure of the National Space Program National Space Program Human Capital Space Science and Technology Industrial and Commercial Development International Affairs and Security Financial and Organizational Development
Space Science and technology Development Coordination
Strategies on the PNAE for Science and Technology
Challenges Time and Cost of Projects Government as sole source of funding Necessities and short time vision Economic Organizational Management Technical Knowledge Long Term policies Social impact perception
Space Infraestructure Space infrastructure is the backbone that supports and connects satellite space systems for national security applications, disaster management and early warning, connectivity, social benefits, environmental sustainability and scientific and technological research
Space Infraestructure The set of tangible and intangible assets needed for the study, access, exploration, use and exploitation of space –Tangible assets include rockets, launch platforms and systems, suborbital vehicles, satellites and other spacecraft, instrumentation, payloads, ground stations, teleports, receiving antennas, user terminals and other devices for link control. –Intangibles assets include orbital positions and frequencies associated, laws, regulations, technologies, patents, licenses, concessions, trademarks and "know-how”.
Strategy a) National Development Plan b) National Infrastructure Plan c) Proposal of a Early Warning System as part of the space infrastructure for protection of the Mexicans and the natural resources and other public infrastructure.
Recent Developments AEM Board give the approval to request the funding for two EO satellites, one thermal-infrared (MIROS) and one high resolution (better that 1m) Also the PND (National Development Plan) consider the action line for the Early Warning System for Disasters
The disaster management in Mexico Several entities involved –Early Warning –Disaster relief –Remediation Challenges –Communication, coordination, timing information
The BigData-BigNetwork Problem The space infrastructure for a early warning system, needs to develop the following: –National system for storage and data processing for Geomatics, Space and Astrophysicists Information (NSSDAP-DGSAI) –Connectivity –Applications
The NSSDAP-DGSAI A state-of-the-art storage facility (with backup) for a data flow of +1.5Petabytes, probably even more. A data processing facility to produce products for several entities initially part of the Government (Federal, State, Municipal) Connectivity between the main users, initially Federal Ministers.
Space infraestructure for Earth Observation
The satellite Last Mile The connectivity problem needs to address also remote rural areas where satellite is the only available option. New technologies and solutions based on satellite communications will also be needed.
MexSat Satellite System 22
Space infraestructure for Satellite Comunications
Addtional Actions Trust CONACYT-AEM as dedicated funding for space projects. Regional development supported by States International collaboration
Summary Space infrastructure a change of vision Big-data problem associate with the use of space infrastructure. Capacity building base on the early warning system project.