The Joint WMO-IOC Technical Commission for Oceanography and Marine Meteorology

Task Team on Satellite Communications Systems (TT-Satcom)

The Task Team shall (Terms of Reference as decided by SOT-8):

1. Evaluate the operational and cost-effective use of satellite data telecommunication systems for the real-time collection of VOS and SOOP data in support of the World Weather Watch, GOOS, and GCOS;
2. Design a new communication system for conventional VOS based on their future FleetBoardband GMDSS terminals to replace Inmarsat Code-41;
3. Continue to evaluate the operational use of Iridium Satellite data telecommunication technology for the real-time collection of VOS and SOOP data in support of the OBS, GOOS, GCOS, and Natural Disaster Prevention and Mitigation applications;
4. Continue to monitor the cost implications of Inmarsat satellite communications sent by Code 41;
5. Monitor migration to Table Driven Codes;
6. Review all relevant JCOMM Publications to ensure that they are kept up-to-date and comply with the Quality Management terminology;
7. Report to the next SOT Session on any relevant issues/proposals.

Membership also includes:
1) Any representatives of countries where LES accepting Code 41 are located
2) A representative of RA III.


People in Task Team on Satellite Communications Systems (TT-Satcom)

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NAME, POSITION, INSTITUTION

ROLE

COUNTRY

Jan ROZEMA (leader)
head observations
Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute
  Netherlands (The)
Pierre BLOUCH
E-SURFMAR Service Manager
  France
Joel CABRIE
Technical Officer, Marine Operation Group
Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne
  Australia
Martin KRAMP
Ship Coordinator
JCOMM in-situ Observations Programme Support Centre...
  JCOMM in-situ Observations Programme Support Centre (JCOMMOPS)
Annina KROLL
PMO Supervisor
Deutscher Wetterdienst
  Germany
Michail MYRSILIDIS
Head of Marine Section
Hellenic National Meteorological Service
  Greece
Sarah NORTH
Ship Observations Manager
Met Office
  United Kingdom
Hiroshi OHNO
Senior Scientific Officer
Japan Meteorological Agency, Tokyo
  Japan
Steven PRITCHETT
VOS PM
  United States
René ROZEBOOM
PMO
Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute
  Netherlands (The)

 
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