DORIS System status and future missions

Cecile Manfredi (CNES, France)

CoAuthors

Jean Marc Walter (CNES, France); Pascale Ferrage (CNES, France)

Event: 2016 IDS Workshop

Session: Network and constellation: status and evolution

Presentation type: Type Oral

DORIS System status and future missions
C. Manfredi, P. Ferrage, J.M. Walter

(1) CNES, Toulouse, France
The DORIS System (Doppler Orbitography and Radio positioning Integrated by satellite) is 26 years old in 2016 and is always maintained at the top level of performance thanks to permanent improvements in the system and its components.
13 DORIS receivers have flown on several Earth observation and altimetric missions since 1990, and many future missions are under preparation. The DORIS constellation will benefit from DORIS system and will warrant the quality of geodetic applications, reference frame and POD contributions to well beyond 2030.
This presentation will focus on the recent improvements of the DORIS system, and on the future missions.

 

Oral presentation show times:

RoomStart DateEnd Date
Casoar Mon, Oct 31 2016,10:30 Mon, Oct 31 2016,10:45
Cecile Manfredi
CNES
France
cecile.manfredi@cnes.fr