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    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

     

     

    March 2017 – Today

    Project Manager and  System Engineer

    NEXT Ingegneria dei Sistemi S.p.A. Via Noale 345/b 00155 Rome Italy

     

    System Engineering Calibration Facility (SECF) HW/SW infrastructure for Cosmo Second Generation (CSG)

    SECF is composed by HW/SW Infrastructure and the Scientific SW (Algorithms and/or Processors).

    The main scopes of the SECF are the verification, the characterization, and the in-flight calibration of the COSMO SAR Payloads, and the update of the parameters for the tuning of the on-ground processors in order to produce calibrated products. The role of the SECF includes in-flight SAR performance calibration and characterization, support to calibration of SAR instrument and SAR ground processors and the image products verification.

    Technologies:

    Java, Java FX, MySQL RDBMS, NASA WorldWind

    Business or sector Earth Observation Mission

    June 2015 – January 2017

    Ground Segment System Engineer

    NEXT Ingegneria dei Sistemi S.p.A. Via Noale 345/b 00155 Rome Italy

     

    Integration and Validation of Gokturk Ground Segment in Rome(IT), Fucino(IT) and Ankara(TK) premises:

    CI Integration at  S/S level

    Dryrun of  Qualification and Acceptance of S/S

    Qualification and Acceptance of GGS and MGS S/S

    Acceptance Dryrun of GGS/MGS Segment

    Segment Acceptance  of GGS and MGS

    Development of Test documentation at S/S and Ground Segment level :

    Test Plan

    Test Description

    Test Report

    Technical Notes

    Anomaly Analysis and board NCR/SPR/CHR

    Support to System Validation Test (SVT) in Fucino premise and SOV in Ankara premise.

    Support to Gokturk Ground Segment 1.0 Validation test.

    Support to LEOP

    Support to the first GOKTURK Images acquisition.

    Support on site (GGS Ankakara) to the Ground Segment operations (User requests, Mission planning, Image acquisitions, Image processing, etc).

    Support on site to the Commissioning phase and the EndToEnd phase.

     

    Business or sector Earth Observation Mission

    June 2013 – Today

    Project Manager and  System Engineer

    NEXT Ingegneria dei Sistemi S.p.A. Via Noale 345/b 00155 Rome Italy

     

    GÖKTÜRK System  - Data Handling Facility (DHF)

    The GÖKTÜRK System provides the Turkish Defence with a high resolution reconnaissance and surveillance Satellite System.

    The Data Handling Facility function task is responsible to acquire ciphered satellite Raw Data files in X-Band from X-Band Base Band unit (X-BBB) belonging to Satellite Acquisition Subsystem (SAS).

    Moreover the Data Handling Function task manages the data exchange with the proper Ciphered & Deciphered unit (CDE Unit A or B) in order to obtain deciphered Raw Data Images, Satellite Auxiliary Data or HKTM Raw Data streams

    Technologies:

    Linux Red-Hat, C++,QT framework

     

    Business or sector Earth Observation Mission

    May 2012 – January 2013

    Project Manager and  System Engineer

    NEXT Ingegneria dei Sistemi S.p.A. Via Noale 345/b 00155 Rome Italy

     

    GIS-VID:

    The GIS-VID is an Emergency&Homeland Security System. It is a complex system of intelligent devices for the control and monitoring of the environment for public emergency. With the implementation  of Augmented Reality (AR) helps the investigation and the prevention for public safety.

    Technologies:

    Java , J2EE,DB ORACLE, MySQLNetbeans

     

    Business or sector  Emergency & Homeland Security

           June 2011 – May 2012

    Ground Segment System Engineer

    NEXT Ingegneria dei Sistemi S.p.A. Via Noale 345/b 00155 Rome Italy

     

    Support in TAS-I to the architecture definition, Ground Segment system analysis and performance estimation, external and internal interface definition.

    Support to design and specification for the upgrading of the SAR Engineering Calibration Facility (SECF) in the frame of CSG program (Phase B).

    Business or sector Earth Observation Mission

           July 2010 – July 2011

    Project Manager and AIV Manager

    NEXT Ingegneria dei Sistemi S.p.A. Via Noale 345/b 00155 Rome Italy

     

    SELEX Spa- CMS GateWay (CGW): Project Manager for CGW, Integration and Testing activities. The objective of the CMS is to enable the Command Team to manage Force Assets and the ship’s Combat System resources so as to achieve the military objectives. The CMS is to provide facilities to enable the appreciation of the strategic (wide area) and tactical situations effectively and is to assist in the planning and execution of activities in support of the overall operational tasks of the ship. The purpose of CMS Gateway (CGW) CSCI is to act as a message protocol converter between CMS and the other facilities.

    Business or sector Defence  

           Sept 2009 – June 2010

    AIT/AIV Manager

    NEXT Ingegneria dei Sistemi S.p.A. Via Noale 345/b 00155 Rome Italy

     

    GALILEO IOV and FOC:

    NDIU project: Project Manager for NDIU Integration and Testing activities. The NDIU is the GALILEO subsystem devoted  to exchange data between  GALILEO Control Center in Fucino and the Satellite at the integration site in Rome. The activities included preparation of the Test AIV Plan, Test Cases and Test Procedures, execution of the tests in SAT AIT Clean Room, reporting of Test Results activities.

     

    GALSEE Program: Support for AIV activities for the GALSEE System AIV and Operation program. The activities included preparation of the Test Plan, test cases and Test procedures, execution of the tests, reporting: interface with the GALSEE subsystems suppliers

    Business or sector Satellite Navigation System 

     

     

           Oct 2007  – July 2009

    Project Manager and System Engineer

    NEXT Ingegneria dei Sistemi S.p.A. Via Noale 345/b 00155 Rome Italy

     

    The COSMO-SkyMed system is a constellation of four radar satellites for Earth Observation founded by the Italian Space Agency and the Italian MoD:

    CUT – COSMO SkyMed Commercial User Terminal. The CUT is a sub system of COSMO SkyMed Ground Segment for the acquisition of  COSMO Products.

    SFM – Sistema di Fotointerpretazione Multisensore. Development of a GIS integrated system for the management of Optical and/or SAR products (eg: COSMO, HELIOS), Support Data, Cartography data in order to make the Foto-interpretation Projects.

    Technologies:

    Windows 2003 for Server / Windows XP  for clients.

    ESRI ArcGis environment has being customized.

    The following Framework, programming languages have being used: .NET and C#

    DataBase: Oracle 10g

    Business or sector Earth Observation Space Mission

     

    November 2005  Oct 2007

    Project Manager

    NEXT Ingegneria dei Sistemi S.p.A. Via Noale 345/b 00155 Rome Italy

     

    COSMO-SKYMED: Validation and Calibration Component

    Development of the System Engineering Calibration Facility SECF in the frame of COSMO SkyMed Ground Segment.

    SW requirements definition, Architecture definition, SW development integration and test, validation, database design and customization. Support to system integration and on field validation, support to pre-operations (comprehending training). 

    Technologies:

    Distributed system LINUX (RedHat 7.3.3) client/server .

    The following programming languages are being used: JAVA,C++, IDL

    DataBase: Oracle 10g

    Application Server: Oracle IAS

    Business or sector  Earth Observation Space Mission

           Nov 2000 – Nov 2005

    Project Manager and AIV Manager

    Advanced Computer Systems (ACS) S.p.A., via della Bufalotta, 378 (Rome) Italy

     

    ESA Earth Observation Mission

    GOCE Program: Development of the Calibration and Monitoring Facility (CMF) in the frame of Project GOCE (Gravity field and steady state Ocean Circulation Earth Explorer) Payload Data System. Contribution for the analysis of system requirements and definition of architecture, strictly object-oriented, which has been designed using the UML designing standard.

    GOCE LTA Re-Processor. In the frame of GOCE Ground Segment, the  GOCE LTA Re-processor is in charge to re-process the Level 1b products  and to create new baseline of them. Contribution for the analysis of system requirements and definition of architecture, strictly object-oriented, which has been designed using the UML designing standard.

    ENVISAT Program : Leader, analyst /programmer and System Administrator  in the Project IECF (Instrument Engineering Calibration Facility) for the in-flight calibration of the Envisat-1 satellite earth observation instruments. The system has been installed and integrated at ESA Estec (Noordwijk Amsterdam). The system architecture, strictly object-oriented, has been designed using the UML designing standard

     

    Business or sector  Earth Observation Space Mission


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