|THCPL02||Highlights of the European Ground System - Common Core Initiative||1175|
Funding: European Space Agency
The European Ground System Common Core (EGS-CC) initiative is now materializing. The goal of the this initiative is to define, build and share a software framework and implementation that will be used as the main basis for pre- and post- launch ground systems (Electrical Ground Support Equipment and Mission Control System) of future European space projects. The initiative is in place since year 2011 and is being led by the European Space Agency as a formal collaboration of the main European stakeholders in the space systems control domain, including European Space National Agencies and European Prime Industry. The main expected output of the EGS-CC initiative is a core system which can be adapted and extended to support the execution of pre- and post-launch Monitoring and Control operations for all types of missions and throughout the complete life-cycle of space projects. This presentation will introduce the main highlights of the EGS-CC initiative, its governance principles, the fundamental concepts of the resulting products and the challenges that the team is facing.
|Talk as video stream: https://youtu.be/xguMZe2WuKE|
|Slides THCPL02 [7.580 MB]|
|DOI •||reference for this paper ※ https://doi.org/10.18429/JACoW-ICALEPCS2017-THCPL02|
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