This entry concerns RAXEM2, an intelligent software system developed to support human mission planners in the daily task to plan uplink commands for the MARS EXPRESS mission at the European Space Agency. A first system called RAXEM has been in operational use at the ESA-ESOC mission control center since Summer 2007. During 2008 authors have been working to a new version of the tool to both incorporate new functionalities and capture the entire life- cycle of the plan uplink problem. RAXEM2 has been released for daily use on March 2009 replacing previous work practice. The new tool combines a flexible AI-based automated algorithm, a user-friendly interaction front-end, and several functionalities for information management, overall guaranteeing continuity of work practice.
RAXEM2 [version 1.10]: A system for command uplink in space mission environments
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