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MOIMS Area

OVERVIEW - MISSION OPERATIONS AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AREA (MOIMS)
Welcome to the Mission Operations Management Area (MOIMS) Collaborative Work Environment.

The objective of the Mission Operations and Information Management Services (MOIMS) Area is to address all of the flight execution phase applications that are required to operate the spacecraft and its ground system in response to mission objectives, and their associated detailed information management standards and processes. The focus of this Area is primarily on the “mission operations” functions that occur on a timescale driven by the flight path of the space vehicle. In many cases a dedicated community conducts these mission operations, while “mission utilization” occurs on a timescale that is convenient for users and is often conducted by a separate community. The MOIMS Area ensures that application standards exist which facilitate the smooth transition of space mission information between the “mission operations” systems and the “mission utilization” systems.

PUBLICATIONS
MOIMS Area Approved Publications can be accessed by clicking here. All CCSDS Approved Publications can be accessed by clicking here.

POINTS OF CONTACT

Mario Merri Area Director: Mario Merri
ESA/European Space Operations Centre
Robert Bosch Strasse 5
D-64293 Darmstadt
Germany
Telephone: +49 6151 902 292
FAX: +49 6151 903 010
E-mail:Mario.Merri@esa.int
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Brigitte Behal Deputy Area Director:Brigitte Behal
CNES/Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales
18 Avenue Edouard Belin
31401 Toulouse Cedex 9 France

Telephone: NA
E-mail: brigitte.behal@cnes.fr
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MAILING LIST
moims@mailman.ccsds.org
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MOIMS-DAI

OVERVIEW - DATA ARCHIVE INGESTION WORKING GROUP (MOIMS-DAI)
Welcome to the Data Archive Ingestion Working Group Collaborative Work Environment. The Data Archive Ingestion Working Group (MOIMS-DAI) falls under the Mission Operations and Information Management Services (MOIMS) Areas of the CCSDS.

Agencies need to reduce the cost and increase the automation associated with acquiring and ingesting data and metadata to archives. Archives, including both mission and final, need appropriate metadata to accompany data objects to facilitate long term preservation. Currently submission requirements are usually totally ad hoc by mission, or by a given multi-mission archive or final archive. Producers of information for archives often seek guidance on how to submit such information. The OAIS reference model and the Producer-Archive Interface Methodology Abstract Standard set a context for all archives. Further, registries are of increasing importance as the holders of re-usable metadata in the exchange of information. This work will establish an extensible framework for a Submission Information Package (SIP). It will include mandatory and optional elements, with the ability to recognize categories of information and relationships.

POINTS OF CONTACT

David GiarettaChair: David Giaretta
UK Space Agency/STFC
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Chilton, Didcot Oxon OX11 0QX UK

Telephone: +44 1235 446235
FAX: +44 1235 445848
E-mail:david@giaretta.org

MAILING LIST
moims-dai@mailman.ccsds.org
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CHARTER
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MOIMS-NAV

OVERVIEW - NAVIGATION WORKING GROUP (MOIMS-NAV)
Welcome to the Navigation Working Group Collaborative Work Environment. The Navigation Working Group (MOIMS-NAV) falls under the Mission Operations and Information Management Services (MOIMS) Areas of the CCSDS.

The Navigation Working Group provides a discipline-oriented forum for detailed discussions and development of technical flight dynamics standards.

POINTS OF CONTACT

David BerryChair: David Berry
NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
4800 Oak Grove Drive Pasadena
CA 91109 MS 301-121
USA

Telephone: +1-818-354-0764
FAX: 1-818-393-6388
E-mail:david.s.berry@jpl.nasa.gov

Frank DregerDeputy Chair: Frank Dreger
Space Operations Centre
Robert-Bosch-Str. 5
64293 Darmstadt - Germany

Telephone: +49 (0)6151-90-2284
Email: Frank.Dreger@esa.int

MAILING LIST
moims-nav@mailman.ccsds.org
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MOIMS-SM&C

OVERVIEW - SPACECRAFT MONITOR AND CONTROL WORKING GROUP (MOIMS-SM&C)
Welcome to the Spacecraft Monitor and Control Working Group Collaborative Work Environment. The Spacecraft Monitor and Control Working Group (MOIMS-SC) falls under the Mission Operations and Information Management Services (MOIMS) Areas of the CCSDS.

There is a general trend toward increasing mission complexity at the same time as increasing pressure to reduce the cost of mission operations, both in terms of initial deployment and recurrent expenditure. Current closed, or monolithic¹, mission operations system architectures do not allow the re-distribution of functionality between space and ground, or between nodes of the ground system. The SM&C WG is defining a service oriented architecture consisting of set of standard services, which constitutes a framework that enables many similar systems to be assembled from compliant plug-in¹ components. These components may be located anywhere, provided they are connected via a common infrastructure. This allows components to be re-used in different mission-specific deployments: between agencies, between missions, and between systems. By layering the services themselves, the service specifications can be made independent of the underlying technology and the application coding language. Specific technology adapters enable the deployment of the service framework over a given technology. This in turn makes it possible to replace the infrastructure implementation as well as component implementations. It is also possible to transparently bridge between different infrastructure implementations, where these are appropriate to different communications environments (e.g., space or ground) or simply reflect different agencies deployment choices. More info under http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SM&C.

POINTS OF CONTACT

Dan SmithChair: Dan Smith
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
MS 580 8800 Greenbelt Road
Greenbelt, MD 20771
E-mail: dan.smith@nasa.gov

Sam CooperDeputy Chair: Sam Cooper
Bright Ascension Ltd,
1 Laurel Bank
Dundee
DD3 6JA
Scotland, UK

Telephone: +44 (0) 117 911 2045
E-mail: sam@brightascension.com

MAILING LIST
moims-sc@mailman.ccsds.org
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CHARTER
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MOIMS-TEL

OVERVIEW - TELEROBTICS WORKING GROUP (MOIMS-TEL)
Welcome to the Telerobotics Working Group Collaborative Work Environment. The Telerobotics Working Group (MOIMS-TEL) falls under the Mission Operations and Information Management Services )MOIMS) Areas of the CCSDS.

POINTS OF CONTACT

David MittmanChair: David Mittman
NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
4800 Oak Grove Drive
Mail Stop 301-250D
Pasadena CA 91109-8099

Telephone: (818) 393-8232
Fax: (818) 393-5074
Email: David.S.Mittman@jpl.nasa.gov

MAILING LIST
moims-tel@mailman.ccsds.org
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CHARTER
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MOIMS-MP

OVERVIEW - MISSION PLANNING AND SCHEDULING WORKING GROUP (MOIMS-MP)
Welcome to the Mission Planning and Scheduling Working Group Collaborative Work Environment. The Mission Planning and Scheduling Working Group (MOIMS-MP) falls under the Mission Operations and Information Management Services (MOIMS) Areas of the CCSDS.

POINTS OF CONTACT

Mehran SarkaratiChair: Mehran Sarkarati
ESA/European Space Operations Centre
Robert-Bosch-Str. 5 64293
Darmstadt Germany

Telephone: NA
E-mail: mehran.sarkarati@esa.int

Steve ChienDeputy Chair: Steve Chien
NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
4800 Oak Grove Drive
Pasadena, CA 91109 USA

Telephone: NA
E-mail: steve.chien@jpl.nasa.gov

MAILING LIST
moims-mp@mailman.ccsds.org
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CHARTER
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Mission Operations and Information Management Services Area
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AD: Mario Merri