Presentation on theme: "GEOSS Workshop 20 September 2013 ESRIN P. Bargellini, Ground Segment and Mission Operations Department, Earth Observation Programmes Directorate, European."— Presentation transcript:
GEOSS Workshop 20 September 2013 ESRIN P. Bargellini, Ground Segment and Mission Operations Department, Earth Observation Programmes Directorate, European Space Agency Copernicus Space Component Overview
GEOSS Workshop 20 September 2013 ESRIN 2 Space Component In-Situ Component Services Component Copernicus is a European space flagship programme led by the European Union Provides the necessary data for operational monitoring of the environment and for civil security ESA coordinates the space component What is Copernicus?
GEOSS Workshop 20 September 2013 ESRIN S1A/B: Radar Mission S2A/B: High Resolution Optical Mission S3A/B: Medium Resolution Imaging and Altimetry Mission S4A/B: Geostationary Atmospheric Chemistry Mission S5P: Low Earth Orbit Atmospheric Chemistry Precursor Mission S5A/B/C: Low Earth Orbit Atmospheric Chemistry Mission Jason-CS A/B: Altimetry Mission 3 first launch in 2014 Copernicus Space Component: Dedicated Missions
GEOSS Workshop 20 September 2013 ESRIN Optical MR and LR missions Copernicus Contributing Missions Optical VHR and HR missions SAR missions Altimetry missions Atmospheric missions PROBA-V SPOT (VGT) MetOp Meteosat 2 nd Generation Cryosat Jason DMC Deimos-2 Pléiades RapidEye SPOT (HRS) COSMO-Skymed Radarsat TerraSAR–X Tandem-X Sentinels are complementary Copernicus Contributing Missions
GEOSS Workshop 20 September 2013 ESRIN Main objectives of the operations strategy: Reliable provision of data to Copernicus users Ensure systematic operational activities: with a high level of automation Sentinels operations approach: pre-defined background Sentinels are operated via a pre-defined background observation and downlink plan: Scenario is updated on a regular basis (e.g. 6-months) taking into account user requirements evolution Generally no on-demand planning is allowed systematically downlinked and processed core products All Sentinels acquired data is systematically downlinked and processed to generate a predefined list of core products within specific timeliness Operations Strategy
GEOSS Workshop 20 September 2013 ESRIN Operating since 2008 CSC Ground Segment Architecture
GEOSS Workshop 20 September 2013 ESRIN Core Ground Segment Layout Maspalomas X-Band station & NRT Centre Matera X-Band station & NRT Centre Svalbard X-Band station & NRT Centre 4 th Polar X-Band Station ESRIN PDMC Madrid POD X-Band Stations & Near Real Time Processing Centre (CGS) Payload Data Management Centre (PDMC) Precise Orbit Determination Service (POD) Fight Operations Segment (FOS) ESOC-EUM FOS
GEOSS Workshop 20 September 2013 ESRIN Core Ground Segment Layout Archive and Offline Processing Centre Mission Performance Centre (MC) Infoterra UK Farnborough Indra Madrid CLS Toulouse Eumetsat Darmstadt DLR Oberpfaffenhofe n ACRI Nice CLS Brest
GEOSS Workshop 20 September 2013 ESRIN collaborative agreements Dissemination of data through collaborative agreements allows further valorising the development of operational ground segment function complementing the CSC Core Ground Segment specialised solutions The collaboration provides a frame for specialised solutions to further enhance the Sentinels missions exploitation in the area of: 1.Sentinels data acquisition and Quasi/Near Real Time production (Local stations) 2.Complementary collaborative data products and algorithms definition 3.CSC data product dissemination and access (e.g. mirror sites) 4.Development of innovative tools and applications 5.Complementary support to Calibration/Validation activities The collaboration will rely on the definition of formal agreements as well as the implementation of dedicated operational interfaces Sentinels Collaborative Ground Segment
GEOSS Workshop 20 September 2013 ESRIN Data Access – A major undertaking European Commission draft Delegated Regulation on Copernicus Data Policy: free, full and open Users shall have free, full and open access to Copernicus dedicated Sentinel data and Copernicus service information A major European Earth Observation Ground Segment design challenge Systematic processing and availability of the complete mission within the day continuous stream of 500Mb/s of user products corresponding to a sustained generation rate (24h/7d) of a continuous stream of 500Mb/s of user products (Sentinel-1,-2,-3 A series) Distributed interconnected network of centres ensuring a global redundant and balanced production and archival approach Local centre access capacity built on top of a powerful network backbone 10Gb/s bandwidth 10Gb/s bandwidth with several Gb/s network access at single centres
GEOSS Workshop 20 September 2013 ESRIN Sentinel Data Access Different infrastructures adapted to different user typologies ESA Collaborative Access Copernicus Services Access Copernicus Services Access Data Access Layer Scientific / Other Access Scientific / Other Access ESA funded R&D projects Scientific/ Other users Copernicus Services ESA MSs Collaborative Users International users Operated by ESA MSs National Mirrors (Inc local station) National Mirrors (Inc local station) National Mirrors (Inc local station) National Mirrors (Inc local station) National Mirrors International Mirrors (Inc local station) International Mirrors (Inc local station) Operated by int. partners International Mirrors EU International Agreements Infrastructure
GEOSS Workshop 20 September 2013 ESRIN Further Information Copernicus Space Component Data Access Operations Website http://gmesdata.esa.int/web/gsc/home Sentinels Online Webportal Sentinels Online Webportal https://sentinel.esa.int Copernicus Space Component Website http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Observing_the_Earth/Copernicus Copernicus Programme Website http://copernicus.eu
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