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ESA Telecommunications

ARTES Programme

Jorgen Sandberg

Head of Technology Projects Division

Directorate of European Union and Industry

J. Sandberg


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ARTES Programme Organisation

  • ARTES (Advanced Research in Telecommunications Systems) Programme constitutes the backbone of the Telecommunications activities of ESA.

  • ARTES is a highly flexible Programme that allows the implementation of R&D activities with different degrees of technical and commercial maturity

  • ARTES is structured into Programme Lines, which cover the main Strategic Areas of Satellite Communications, and ARTES Elements, which represent the legal and financial frames of the Programme

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Element

Objective

Timely

Perspective

Finance

Level

Participation

Modus

100%

ITT

Long-term

ARTES 1

Strategy

Mission/system studies, general

configuration and define the necessary

technology developments

ITT

Up to 50%

ARTES 3

Short-term

Near to Market

Multimedia, SATCOM system elements,

Pioneering Novel Systems and Adv. MSS

Promote MM applicat., develop & validate

comprehensive MMS and Advanced MSS

Short-term

Near to Market

Continuous

Open Call for

Proposals or

Specific ITT

Up to 50%

ARTES 4

ESA/Industry Partnership

Research, develop & demonstrate state

of the art technologies and services with

clear applications potential

100%

ITT

ARTES 5

Long-term

Technology

Use of telecom. satellites, advance and

improve satellite systems and related

space and ground segment

50%, 75%

& 100%

ITT

ARTES 8

Mid-term

(1st Generation

Market Entry

2007-2008)

Large Telecommunications Platform

Develop a multipurpose Platform for large

telecom. payloads. Implement a LP

mission. Reinforce European sat Industry

ARTES Programme Elements

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ARTES 1

  • Objective: perform mission, system and general configuration studies to prepare medium and long-term programme

  • Funding level: fully funded (100%), no need to contact delegation

  • Process of participation: via Invitation To Tender

  • Planned ITTs 2005:

    • Continuous ITT publication process

    • Tender period 6-10 weeks

    • Evaluation period 5 weeks

  • Yearly workplan based on “Call for Ideas” and approved by JCB -> AC -> IPC

  • Steps leading to a contract:

    • ITT -> Proposal -> Evaluation -> Clarifications -> Negotiation -> Contract award

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ARTES 3

  • Objectives:

    • Promote Multimedia applications

    • Develop and validate comprehensive MM Systems and Advanc. Mobile Systems

  • ARTES 3 is divided in 4 Programme Lines:

    • Line 1: Development of the Multimedia Market (Applications/Services)

    • Line 2: Development of Satcom System Elements (Equipment & Products)

    • Line 3: Pioneering Novel Systems

    • Line 4: Advanced Mobile Systems

  • Funding level: co-funded activities (50%)

  • Process of participation: via ITT (Lines 1&2) and continuous Open Call for Proposals (Lines 3&4)

  • Lines 1 and 2 have a yearly workplan approved by JCB -> AC -> IPC

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ARTES 3

  • Planned line 2 ITTs in 2005:

    • Subjects:

      • 'Multimedia Satellite Equipment' (Issued twice a year)

      • 'Multimedia Ground Terminals and Equipment' (Issued twice a year)

    • Opening of ITTs in February and September

    • Tender period 8-10 weeks

    • Evaluation period 4-8 weeks

  • Proposals particularities:

    • Strong emphasis on Strategic Plan / Business Plan

    • Market ready product, EQM

    • Value for money

  • Steps leading to a contract:

    • ITT -> Proposal -> Evaluation and consultations with delegates -> Clarifications -> Negotiation -> Contract award

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ARTES 4

  • Objective: Research, develop & demonstrate state of the art technologies and services with clear applications potential

  • Flexible Industry driven Programme Element

  • Funding level up to 50%

  • Process of participation: continuous open ‘Call for Proposals’

  • Strong emphasis on:

    • Strategic Plan / Business Plan,

    • Products ready for the market,

    • Value for money

  • Steps leading to a contract:

    • Always open ITT

    • Proposal with letter of support from delegation-> evaluation ->

      clarifications -> AC -> IPC approval (if total cost is above 1M Euro)-> negotiation -> contract award

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ARTES 5

  • ARTES 5 is the instrument to prepare the Long- Term technological basis for future European and Canadian Satellite Communications

  • Funding level: fully funded (100%)

  • Yearly workplan based on “Call for Ideas” and approved by JCB -> AC -> IPC

  • The ITTs contain firm SOW and technical specifications

  • Steps leading to a contract

    • ITT -> Proposal with letter of support from delegation -> Evaluation -> Negotiation -> Contract awarded to winner

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Start-up Initiative

  • The Start-up Initiative is a special measure to assist companies in getting their first contract with ESA

  • A company can get only one contract within this initiative

  • Proposals are submitted to ESA in response to a special ITT, which leaves the “product” to be defined by the bidder

  • Cost is limited to about 300kEURO

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New products - generation process

ARTES-5

(ASTE)

BUILDING BLOCKS

CRITICAL TECH.

M

A

R

K

E

T

ARTES-3

MULTIMEDIA

ARTES-1

SYSTEM STUDIES

MARKET STUDIES

ARTES-4

GENERIC

TRP

GS

ESA 100%FUNDED

PARTNERSHIP 50%FUNDED

Commercial Maturity (Time)

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Maturity

ARTES-3/4

EQM

ARTES-5

EM-level

TRP/GSTP

feasibility

Time

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ESA Telecom As Supporter

Funding

Space

Infrastructure

Providers

Finance

Tech.

Devel.

Advanced

Financial

Support

Infrastructure

Risk

Reduction

Licensing

ESA Telecom

Service

Potential

Providers

Service

Frequency

Coordination

Pilots

Providers

Services

Users

Requirements

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Government – ESA – Industry Triangle

ESA

Industry

Government/Delegate

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Telecom – Long Term Plan 2006-2010

  • Continue the ARTES 1, ARTES 3, ARTES 4 and ARTES 5 as they are today.

  • Add Alphasat mission into ARTES 8.

  • Introduce Small Satellites in new ARTES 11

  • Emphasize Piggy-Back

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ARTES-8 Large Platform

  • AlphaBus is an initiative of Alcatel Space and EADS Astrium

  • Two sub-elements:

    • Sub-element 1:

      • Pre-developments

      • AlphaBus development

      • Protoflight model manufacturing and test

    • Sub-element 2:

      • AlphaSat development – commercial, institutional and technology payloads

      • Announcement of Opportunity –> “Beauty contest” ->

      • Phase A studies -> selection of payloads

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ARTES 11– Small Platform

  • Initiative of OHB Germany

  • Two sub-elements:

    • Sub-element 1:

      • Platform development

        • Up to 3 kW payload power

        • Up to 500 kg payload mass

        • 2m x 1.5m x 2m structure

      • Protoflight model manufacturing and test

    • Sub-element 2:

      • Satellite development – payload not defined

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Telecom - Long Term Plan 2006-2010

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Working with ESA Telecom

Visit ESA Telecom Website: http://telecom.esa.int

J. Sandberg


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