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1 Page 1 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 EUMETSAT Data Collection System Present Situation –Space and Ground Configuration –System Limitations Future Planning

2 Page 2 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 Current Meteosat System

3 Page 3 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 MSG System (from 2006) Data Collection Platforms (DCP) Raw & Processed Images and other data Processed Images and other data Data Collection System Reports EUMETSAT Control & Processing Centre Darmstadt High Rate User Station (HRUS) Primary Ground Station ( PGS ) Low Rate User Station (LRUS) Satellite Applications Facilities ( SAF ) LRIT HRIT Standby MSG Operational MSG E xternal S upport G round S Stations Data from other meteorological satellites Back-up Ground Station ( BGS ) Satellite Control Satellite Control (Back-up) Monitoring

4 Page 4 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 Data Collection System Meteosat-7 located at 0° supporting the Prime DCS service –33 regional channels, close to maximum utilisation –33 international channels co-ordinated by CGMS Meteosat-5 located at 63° E supporting the IODC DCS service from the 1st March 2005 – 3 international channels co-ordinated by CGMS

5 EUMETSAT's SATELLITE COVERAGE AND INDIAN OCEAN DATA COVERAGE S 0 60 N Meteosat-7 Prime Position 0° Longitude Meteosat-5 IODC Position 63°E

6 Page 6 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 EARTH VIEW FROM METEOSAT-7 and METEOSAT-5

7 Page 7 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 IODC DCS Three International Channels - I8, I9, I11 reserved for regional use by IODC, to be formally approved by CGMS in September 2005 Uses redundant equipment in the MTP Ground Station in Fucino, Italy to receive the data Data processed and disseminated by the EUMETSAT central site

8 Page 8 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 DCP Data Dissemination For the 0° Service –GTS –Internet - push and pull –EUMETCast –DCPRTU For the IODC Service –GTS –Internet - push and pull

9 Page 9 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 EUMETCast Overview Generic, multi-mission dissemination system based on the standard DVB multicast technology Use of commercial telecommunication satellites Allowing use of off-the shelf, commercial, inexpensive equipment DVB/MPEG-2 based transport for carrying IP datagrams Use of a set of broadcast satellite forward channels (no return channel) Components: –Data providers –Service management provider (EUMETSAT) –Uplink service provider –Turn around service provider(s) –Satellites –(Reference) Reception stations

10 Page 10 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 Components Figure

11 Page 11 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 EUMETCast Ku-Band Coverage

12 Page 12 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 EUMETCast C-Band Coverage

13 Page 13 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 IODC DCS Applications University of Hawaii - Sea Level Centre: –8 platforms are located in the Indian Ocean, they report hourly via Met-7 –They will be re-allocated to Met-5 and increase reporting frequency to every 15 minutes –Data Dissemination mechanism - GTS + Internet (pull) –They plan to add 1 new platform in March

14 Page 14 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 UHSLC sea level stations

15 Page 15 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 System Limitations Limited international channels available –Five more channels could be used with CGMS agreement No ground segment redundancy until MSG-2 is successfully commissioned IODC dissemination mechanisms are currently limited to GTS and Internet

16 Page 16 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 Future Planning MSG-2 launch and commissioning Space segment relocations Meteosat-7 will replace Meteosat-5 at 63°E to continue the IODC Service until the end of 2008

17 Page 17 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 Met-5 stop imaging Met-7 start imaging Met-5 re-orbiting Met-7 drift stop Met-9 drift stop Met-7 & 8 stop imaging Met-7 drift start Met-9 start imaging Met-6 to standby Stop RSS

18 Page 18 EM-EEW Jakarta March 2005 System Issues Following the successful commissioning of MSG-2, the Fucino Ground Station equipment will support the IODC DCS with redundancy Meteosat-7 has a battery problem which may mean up to a 2 hour outage during the satellite eclipse season - Mar/April and September/October - under investigation


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