Orchestrating the success of space missions

Optimize the processes involved in mission operations, from the manufacturing to the monitoring and control of the spacecraft. MOIS7 introduces automation in the complex operation processes so you can focus on ensuring the success of the mission.

MOIS7 is used as a standard by the European Space Agency (ESA). Other national space agencies and major manufacturers are also using MOIS7.
MOIS7 adapts to your mission. The software supports the generation of a wide range of languages, including variants of PLUT, tcl/TOPE, UCL Elisa, and many more.
Quality and Safety
MOIS7 introduces automation, saving you operations preparations time and increasing the quality and safety of testing and operations.

Orchestrating and supporting every phase of the space mission lifecycle

Developing and automating mission procedures have never been this easy. MOIS7 supports every phase of the space mission lifecycle, from assembly, integration and validation to mission operations preparation, execution and automation.

Because not two missions are the same, we offer you three packages with a variety of services tailored to the operational needs of each mission.

MOIS7 Packages
Behind the success of more than 100 space missions

The first landing of a space probe on a comet

Rosetta has achieved what no other mission had achieved before: the lading of a space probe on a comet. MOIS introduced an automation system to the mission, improving the overall consistency of routine operations and giving operators more time for higher-level supervision and analysis.

Philae on the comet
“MOIS has been very useful for the automating of the routine activities of the Rosetta spacecraft.”
Sylvain Lodiot, Rosetta Spacecraft Operations Manager
European Space Agency (ESA)

Europe’s own global navigation satellite system

Galileo is set to deliver unprecedented real-time positioning accuracy, navigation and timing services to users around the world. The fully deployed Galileo system will consist of 24 operational satellites, with full service is expected by 2020. MOIS is contributing to the flight control procedures of the mission, including exporting automation.

Galileos deployed
Galileo launched initial services in December 2016, delivering deliver a wide range of new navigation services that will benefit public authorities, businesses, and ultimately citizens.

Ensuring access to time-critical data around the world

The European Data Relay System (EDRS) will dramatically improve access to more urgent and potentially life-saving coverage from space than ever before. MOIS has provided operation and preparation facilities to DLR’s Operations Center (GSOC), and has participated in the LST Instrument testing and operations at Tesat Spacecom.

EDRS project with EDRS-A
EDRS will help in disaster relief as well as for operational monitoring services like maritime surveillance by relaying the data as quickly as possible to Europe.
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