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Earth Observation Multi-mission federation layer

Description du projet

Veiller à ce que l’industrie spatiale de l’UE s’approprie le marché émergent de l’espace axé sur les données

Les observations de la Terre depuis l’espace devraient être aisément disponibles et accessibles automatiquement. Le projet DOMINO-E, financé par l’UE, s’efforcera d’atteindre cet objectif. Il mettra en œuvre une couche de fédération multi-missions/multi-capteurs permettant aux utilisateurs finaux de traiter diverses acquisitions de ressources à l’aide d’algorithmes de planification et d’optimisation. Le projet concevra, analysera et modélisera la couche de fédération multi-mission en se basant sur les exigences des utilisateurs. Il sera soutenu par des démonstrations de services à valeur ajoutée. L’introduction de la couche innovante de fédération soutiendra le changement de paradigme de l’industrie spatiale, qui passera d’une poussée instrumentale à une poussée des besoins verticaux du client final. Cela permettra à l’industrie spatiale de l’UE d’adopter le marché émergent de l’espace axé sur les données. Le projet stimulera la compétitivité européenne.

Objectif

The DOMINO-E project, proposed by a consortium of European organisations, including scientific institutes and SMEs and led by Airbus Defence and Space, aims at solving the key challenge of availability and reactivity of earth observations from space, by enabling multi-mission accessibility on a scalable and automated way.
The implementation of a multi-mission/multi-sensor federation layer allows the end-user to address a variety of acquisition assets using scheduling and optimization algorithms. The orchestration between the users’ patrimonial missions and the third party missions is based on reactivity, persistence, precision and costs criteria, while user experience is improved thanks to cognitive assistants.
The challenge is to overcome the current technological, architectural and economical roadblocks of existing mission ground segments: mono-mission architectures, un-harmonized interfaces between different ground segments, inexistent or crude multi-mission collaborative coverage and dispatch services.
DOMINO-E consists of designing, analysing and modelling the multi-mission federation layer based on users’ requirements and is supported by demonstrations of added value services. A market analysis is performed to assess the commercial perspectives of multi-mission federation approach in terms of client acceptance in sharing assets, industry’s make or buy strategy and SME capability to build catalogues of multi-mission services.
This innovative federation layer supports the change of space industry paradigm from instrumental push to end-client vertical needs pull and allows the EU space industry to embrace the emerging data driven space market. In such, DOMINO-E contributes to European non-dependence for the development of Earth-observation technologies and foster European competitiveness by supporting SMEs in developing multi-mission services agnostic to the end-to-end or ground segment systems integrators.

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AIRBUS DEFENCE AND SPACE SAS
Contribution nette de l'UE
€ 509 297,60
Adresse
31 RUE DES COSMONAUTES ZI DU PALAYS
31402 Toulouse Cedex
France

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Région
Occitanie Midi-Pyrénées Haute-Garonne
Type d’activité
Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Liens
Coût total
€ 728 888,75

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