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12 October 2015 A new service support tool for COSMO-SkyMed: civil user coordination service and civil request management optimization
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COSMO-SkyMed is a dual-use program for both civilian and defense provides user community (institutional and commercial) with SAR data in several environmental applications. In the context of COSMO-SkyMed data and User management, one of the aspects carefully monitored is the user satisfaction level, it is links to satisfaction of submitted user requests. The operational experience of the first years of operational phase, and the consequent lessons learnt by the COSMO-SkyMed data and user management, have demonstrated that a lot of acquisition rejections are due to conflicts (time conflicts or system conflicts) among two or more civilian user requests, and they can be managed and solved implementing an improved coordination of users and their requests on a daily basis. With this aim a new Service Support Tool (SST) has been designed and developed to support the operators in the User Request coordination. The Tool allow to analyze conflicts among Acquisition Requests (ARs) before the National Rankization phase and to elaborate proposals for conflict resolution. In this paper the most common causes of the occurred rejections will be showed, for example as the impossibility to aggregate different orders, and the SST functionalities will be described, in particular how it works to remove or minimize the conflicts among different orders.
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M. G. Daraio, M. L. Battagliere, P. Sacco, L. Fasano, and A. Coletta "A new service support tool for COSMO-SkyMed: civil user coordination service and civil request management optimization", Proc. SPIE 9639, Sensors, Systems, and Next-Generation Satellites XIX, 96391P (12 October 2015); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2194914
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