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SEA Area


OVERVIEW - SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AREA (SEA)
Welcome to the Systems Engineering Area (SEA) Collaborative Work Environment.

The System Engineering Area (SEA) supports the work of the CCSDS by providing :
- Overall architecture for space mission communications, operations, and cross-support
- Coordination and collaboration with the other areas about architectural choices and options
- Supporting the CESG in evaluating consistency of all area programs of work with the defined architecture
- Creating such working groups and BoFs as are required to progress the work of CCSDS

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

POINTS OF CONTACT

Peter Shames Area Director: Peter Shames
NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
M/S: 301-265
4800 Oak Grove Drive
Pasadena, CA 91109-8099
USA

Telephone: +1 818 354 5740
FAX: +1 818 393 1333
E-mail: Peter.M.Shames@jpl.nasa.gov
Bio: Click Here

Hiroshi Takeuchi Deputy Area Director: Hiroshi Takeuchi
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS)
JAXA SPace Exploration Center (JSPEC) 3-1-1
Yoshinodai, Chuou-ku, Sagamihara, Kanagawa 252-5210, Japan

Telephone: +81-50-3362-2626
Fax: +81-42-759-8485
E-mail: takeuchi@isas.jaxa.jp
Bio: Click Here

MAILING LIST
sea@mailman.ccsds.org
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Click here to view archives

SEA-SA


OVERVIEW - SYSTEMS ARCHITECTURE WORKING GROUP (SEA-SA)

Welcome to the Systems Architecture Working Group Collaborative Work Environment. The Systems Architecture Working Group (SEA-SA) falls under the Systems Engineering (SEA) Areas of the CCSDS.

The work done in the other Working Groups is focused upon services and protocols provided by specific components of space data systems. In order for these Working Groups to generate standards in such a way that every standard is consistent and coherent with any other standard generated by CCSDS, CCSDS requires a reference architecture that can be used as a common framework by all the Working Groups of CCSDS and also by engineers in the member Agencies who use CCSDS standards to build systems and to provide services. The reference architecture should encompass both informatics and telematics aspects of space data systems and cover all problem areas associated with space data systems (such as organizational, functional, operational and cross support issues).

POINTS OF CONTACT

Peter Shames Chair: Peter Shames
NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
M/S: 301-265
4800 Oak Grove Drive
Pasadena, CA 91109-8099
USA

Telephone: +1 818 354 5740
FAX: +1 818 393 1333
E-mail: Peter.M.Shames@jpl.nasa.gov
Bio: Click Here

MAILING LIST
sea-sa@mailman.ccsds.org
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CHARTER
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SEA-SEC


OVERVIEW - SECURITY WORKING GROUP (SEA-SEC)
Welcome to the Security Working Group Collaborative Work Environment. The Security Working Group (SEA-SEC) falls under the Systems Engineering (SEA) Areas of the CCSDS.

CCSDS develops communications and mission operation standards that support inter and intra agency operations and cross support. CCSDS standards include elements of flight and ground systems that are developed and operated by different agencies and organizations.

Over the years, ubiquitous network connectivity among principal investigators and mission operations has become the norm, which makes mission operations more dangerous than in the past when operations were carried out over closed, mission-only networks. The security risks to both spacecraft and ground systems have increased to the point where CCSDS must adopt existing or develop (as necessary) Information Security standards in order to protect both flight and ground mission critical resources and protect sensitive mission information.

As a result, a mission threat statement for CCSDS should be developed in order to allow mission planners to better understand the threats that they should plan to counter via security requirements. CCSDS also requires a Security Architecture as part of its overall System Architecture. CCSDS must promote secure interoperability for space missions. CCSDS also requires Information Security standards as part of, or as an accompaniment to its communications and mission operations standards.

POINTS OF CONTACT

Howie Weiss Chair: Howard Weiss
Parsons
7110 Samuel Morse Drive
Columbia, MD 20146
USA

Telephone: +1.443.430.8089
FAX: +1.443.430.8238
E-mail:howard.weiss@parsons.com

Daniel FischerDeputy Chair: Daniel Fischer ESA/ESOC Robert-Bosch-Str. 5 D-64293
Darmstadt, Germany

Telephone:
E-mail:Daniel.Fischer@esa.int

MAILING LIST
sea-sec@mailman.ccsds.org
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CHARTER
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SEA-D-DOR


OVERVIEW - DELTA-DOR WORKING GROUP (SEA-D-DOR)
Welcome to the Delta-DOR Working Group Collaborative Work Environment. The Delta-DOR Working Group (SEA-D-DOR) falls under the Systems Engineering (SEA) Areas of the CCSDS.

This working group is intended to provide a forum for developing an integrated approach for delta differential one way ranging (D-DOR) end to end services.
- Develop detailed requirements for delta differential one-way ranging (Delta-DOR) service
- Coordinate work in other WGs (SIS/Ranging, CSS/CSTS, MOIMS/Nav)
- Develop integrated vision of service and interoperability points
- Develop any over-arching documents, as needed

POINTS OF CONTACT

Mattia Mercolino Chair: Mattia Mercolino
ESA/ESOC
HSO-GSY
Robert Bosch Strasse 5
64293 Darmstadt, Germany

Telephone: +49 6151 902352
E-mail: Mattia.Mercolino@esa.int

MAILING LIST
sea-d-dor@mailman.ccsds.org
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CHARTER
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Systems Engineering Area
(SEA)

AD: Peter M. Shames

Delta-DOR Working Group (SEA-D-DOR)
Chair: Mattia Mercolino