author = "Pereira Jr., Romualdo Alves and Santos, Marcos Aurelio Ferreira 
                         dos and Lima-Marques, Mamede and Mattiello-Francisco, Fatima",
          affiliation = "{Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)} and {} and 
                         University of Brasilia - UnB, Bras{\'{\i}}lia, DF, Brazil and 
                         {Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)}",
                title = "Improving Satellite Data Archiving Facility for Environmental 
                         R\&D Purposes Based on Architecture of Information Approach",
            booktitle = "Proceedings...",
                 year = "2012",
         organization = "International Conference on Space Operations, (SpaceOps), 12.",
             abstract = "In the twenty years of operation, the mission center software 
                         designed to process, archive and disseminate environmental data 
                         collected by satellites, developed by the Brazilian Institute for 
                         Space Research (INPE), have evolved under the influence of three 
                         generations of information architectures. From the standalone 
                         applications within individual organization, the mission center 
                         software evolved to integrated sets of client and server database 
                         components. With the migration of the Brazilian Data Collection 
                         System to INPE Northeast Regional Center (INPE-CRN), in 2008, and 
                         the growing interdependence among the organizations, that are the 
                         owners of the data collection platforms, the modernization of the 
                         environmental data archiving, processing and dissemination 
                         facilities were required by the Brazilian Environmental Data 
                         System (SINDA). Focusing on the view of information as corporate 
                         resources supported by IT tools and techniques, the third 
                         generation of information architecture actually guides the new 
                         version of SINDA, under the process of development supported by 
                         Brazilian Space Agency (AEB). Architecture of Information is a 
                         useful approach to separate technology and information 
                         architectures. The approach addresses knowledge management, the 
                         intelligent systems and a more holistic view of information, 
                         driven by the development of multi-dimensional architecture and 
                         open information patterns. This paper presents the architecture of 
                         information framework for SINDA, focusing on the construction of 
                         dimensional models, business process modeling (BPM), and 
                         customized IT tools/techniques, such as business intelligence, 
                         Rich Internet Applications (RIA), Semantic Web, mobile 
                         applications and Grid Computing and Constraints Programming. As a 
                         result, the new SINDA will improve the system governance based on 
                         the engine rules certified by end-users. Also the system 
                         scalability is improved by means of multi-telemetry media, space 
                         temporal system database, and environmental data integration 
                         supported by open patterns.",
  conference-location = "Stockholm",
      conference-year = "11-15 June 2012",
             language = "en",
           targetfile = "id1295180-Paper-003.pdf",
        urlaccessdate = "22 jan. 2021"