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Old but gold – Use of historic Copernicus EO data

Earth Observation (EO) data supports research by scientists all around the world. For this research, access to historic EO data is particularly valuable. It provides better knowledge and understanding of the processes affecting our planet, and helps the downstream space data market develop more meaningful applications. Considering the vast and constantly growing amount of data, […]Read More

EO-Lab is Launched – New Access to Earth Observation Data

How can we measure the wellbeing of our planet? Scientists and researchers in Germany are now offered a new platform for analysing Earth observation satellite data. The new EO-Lab has been commissioned by the German Aerospace Centre (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and […]Read More

Comparing Copernicus DIAS Services

To facilitate and standardise access to Earth Observation data, the European Commission established five cloud-based platforms. These platforms provide centralised access to Copernicus data and information, as well as to processing tools. These platforms are known as the DIAS: Data and Information Access Services. The five online DIAS platforms allow users to find, manage, process […]Read More