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CONCEPTS FOR THE IN-ORBIT CHARACTERISATION OF THE INSTRUMENT SPECTRAL RESPONSE FUNCTION - EXPRO PLUS

ESA Open Invitation to Tender AO9438
Open Date: 21/08/2018
Closing Date: 19/10/2018 13:00:00

Status: ISSUED
Reference Nr.: 18.129.12
Prog. Ref.: Technology Developme
Budget Ref.: E/0901-01 - Technology Developme
Special Prov.: BE+DK+FR+DE+IT+NL+ES+SE+CH+GB+IE+AT+NO+FI+PT+GR+LU+CZ+RO+PL+EE+HU
Tender Type: C
Price Range: > 500 KEURO
Products: Orbital Transportation & Re-entry Systems / Software / System Engineering SW (for Ground SW see Segment III) / System Modelling & Simulation (Aerothermodynamic Tools for Design, Environment, ...)
Techology Domains: Optics / Optical Equipment and Instrument Technology / Spectrometers, Imaging Spectrometers, Radiometers
Establishment: ESTEC
Directorate: Directorate of Tech, Eng. & Quality
Department: Mechanical Engineering Department
Division: Mechatronics and Optics Division
Contract Officer: Reinsoo, Anna
Industrial Policy Measure: N/A - Not apply
Last Update Date: 21/08/2018
Update Reason: Tender issue

Recent Earth Observation (EO) instruments require an extremely high accuracy for the characterisation of the Instrument Spectral Response Function (ISRF). This leads to lengthy and costly characterisation test programs during the Assembly, Integration, and Test (AIT) phase of the instrument.This activity will focus on the investigation and development of in-orbit means for ISRF characterisation that could potentially save cost and schedule during on-ground AIT. The activity includes the following tasks :- hardware needs for the instrument and associated requirements- definition of an overall characterisation concept and associated processing algorithms- schedule/cost/risk trade between a pure on-ground characterisation and a combined on-ground/in-orbit characterisation- breadboard demonstrating the characterisation concept

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