Groundstation.Space organises a free introduction to the ONDA Copernicus Data Information and Access Service (DIAS), in collaboration with Serco.
Who should join
This webinar is open to anyone interested in working with Copernicus data.
This webinar will be hosted by Franck Ranera of Serco.
About ONDA DIAS
ONDA DIAS is the Serco DIAS Big Data platform which, with the aim of facilitating, fostering and expanding the exploitation of Earth Observation satellite data and geospatial information, enables users to build and operate applications in the Cloud by providing Data, Services and Support. The ONDA paradigm is to “bring people on data”, by offering custom solutions to cover the needs of all prospective users, who range from the general public, having minimal or no knowledge of Remote Sensing, to professionals and SMEs, to public authorities, agencies and large enterprises.
ONDA DIAS platform offers free and open access to a wealth of datasets from different sources, from the Copernicus Sentinels family, to other Earth Observation satellite missions, and the Copernicus Services projects. The ONDA DIAS platform has indeed exceeded the nominal DIAS requirements, by hosting one of the largest archives ever built for geospatial data and information: the service offers free and direct access to a cloud-based repository of more than 62.4 million of products at the time of writing, which occupy a volume of more than 39 petabytes of locally-stored data.
About ONDA 4 Education
ONDA 4 Education is a service dedicated to users interested in learning how to process Copernicus Sentinel data using the ONDA DIAS infrastructure. Our Earth Observation Experts provide tailored training sessions on thematic applications, by demonstrating how to exploit EO data in real use-cases. The courses are built together with the users, around their needs and level of expertise. The training sessions can be delivered via online interactive webinars or in a faceto-face format. In addition, participants can be equipped with ONDA Virtual Machines with graphical remote desktop interfaces and pre-installed open source software tools (e.g. SNAP, QGIS and Python), along with a privileged direct access to the Cloud-based Copernicus Sentinel data and information. More details here.