author = "J{\'u}lio Filho, Antonio Cassiano and Ambrosio, Ana Maria and 
                         Ferreira, Maur{\'{\i}}cio Gon{\c{c}}alves Vieira",
          affiliation = "{Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)} and {Instituto 
                         Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)} and {Instituto Nacional de 
                         Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)}",
                title = "New challenges for dynamic management of the space link extension 
                         protocol services: the Amazonia-1 satellite?s ground segment",
            booktitle = "Proceedings...",
                 year = "2018",
         organization = "Spaceops Conference",
             abstract = "Amazonia-1 is the first Remote Sensing Satellite entirely 
                         developed in Brazil by the National Institute for Space Research 
                         (INPE). Its aim is that of providing remote sensing to observe and 
                         monitor vegetation, especially deforestation in the Amazon region, 
                         for use by the scientific community and by governmental agencies. 
                         It will permit a high revisit rate and will benefit an increasing 
                         synergy among existing research and application programs. This 
                         satellite will be placed in a sun-synchronous Low Earth Orbit to 
                         provide an Earth surface imaging with swath of 700 km and a 5 days 
                         revisit period. The satellite will provide frequent images of 
                         Brazilian areas, and may be useful in other environmental 
                         monitoring applications, such as coastal zones, water reservoirs, 
                         forests of other biomes and natural disasters. The Amazonia-1 
                         satellite is based on the Multi-Mission Platform (MMP), developed 
                         by INPE and by other Brazilian industries, as a part of the 
                         National Program of Space Activities (PNAE), coordinated by the 
                         Brazilian Space Agency (AEB). Therefore, the validation of the 
                         entire cycle of a space program, taking into account the system 
                         design, testing and operation, will be achieved, for the benefit 
                         of a significant technological contribution to the Brazilian Space 
                         Program. The more stringent requirements posed by the higher rate 
                         of revisits, associated to the need for mission control and data 
                         reception from other Brazilian remote sensing satellites, for 
                         example, the China-Brazil Earth Resources Satellite (CBERS), the 
                         Data Collection Satellite and missions of other organizations 
                         which were cross-supported by INPE, imposed new challenges for 
                         INPE ground segment. These new challenges are related to an 
                         augmented, non-interrupting time continuous operation of the 
                         mission control system data communications, processing, and 
                         distribution through the ground segment, for the first time, now, 
                         made possible with the use of the Space Link Extension (SLE) 
                         Protocol Services. The SLE protocol network services will be 
                         providing an opportunity for INPE to evolve toward a new practice 
                         for the benefit of the Amazonia-1 satellite mission, as a first. 
                         This paper proposes the simplification in the approach that may 
                         lead to a higher continuity in the operational availability of 
                         services in the space link offered by ground stations, in this 
                         case, relying on the use of an architecture based on the concept 
                         of Dynamic Management of the SLE protocol Services. This paper 
                         presents an overview of the Amazonia-1 satellites design based in 
                         the Multi-Mission Platform, its science objectives and designs 
                         status. The paper also describes the ground segment and an 
                         Architecture for Dynamic Management of the SLE Protocol Services 
                         that, jointly, will permit efficient operations aimed for cross 
                         support and that, also, will possibly influence in the reduction 
                         in the cost of INPE space missions. The possible contributions and 
                         limitations of the proposed architecture and suggestions for 
                         future work are also discussed in the paper.",
  conference-location = "Marseille, France",
      conference-year = "28 may - 01 june",
                label = "lattes: 1304704585952173 3 JulioFoAmbrFerr:2018:AmSaGr",
             language = "pt",
           targetfile = "julio filho_new.pdf",
        urlaccessdate = "27 jan. 2021"