The use of Sentinel Hub services is offered over a three-year period in total worth of €300 000 to successful applicants of the Group on Earth Observations — Amazon Web Services Earth Observation Cloud Credits Programme. This contribution supports countries and organizations planning to use Earth observation data to monitor progress against the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
We are honored to be part of the EnviroLENS, a Horizon 2020 innovation project funded by the European Commission, which aims to demonstrate and promote the use of Earth Observation (EO) as direct evidence for environmental law enforcement, including in a court of law and in related contractual negotiations. By using European satellite capacities, such as those provided by Copernicus, EnviroLENS aims at responding to the demands of the environmental legal sector in the context of evidence-based decision-making processes.
We are honored to receive a well-deserved recognition of our EO research team's efforts at 2019 Conference on Big Data from Space (BiDS'19). The Conference was jointly organised by European Space Agency, European Union Satellite Centre, Joint Research Centre and hosted by DLR - German Aerospace Center. BiDS'19 took place on 19-21 February, 2019 in Munich, Germany.
Sinergise has been awarded development, installation and operation of Land Cover Monitoring System by the State Committee on Property Issues (SCPI) of the Republic of Azerbaijan. The goal of the project is to develop a system for manual and automatic detection of changes of land using satellite imagery.
Sentinel Hub’s Roadmap for 2019
Sentinel Hub has been operating in production for more than two years, processing millions of requests every day. Many people see it as a tool to produce nice images, powering apps like EO Browser and filling a Twitter feed. In reality, though, it is much more. Sentinel Hub is a data driver to satellite images stored in a cloud, abstracting and generalizing a complexity of various formats, meta-data, processing chains, etc., and making the data available in a faster manner. In coming weeks we will be introducing a new API to make this process even more straightforward. Many new things will follow…
Free and open Earth observation (EO) data offered by Copernicus program is creating both great opportunities and complex logistical challenges which need solving. The effort of making satellite data more accessible lead to the establishment of “Data and Information Access Services (DIAS)” projects, where Sinergise is taking part in 3 out of 4 consortia awarded by European Space Agency (ESA). After six months of strenuous work we are happy to see these projects entering into the operational readiness phase.
We are pleased to announce that Sinergise has been awarded as the European Earth observation services company of the year 2018. The European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC) Company Achievement Award was officially recognized during the Association’s Annual Assembly, held in Brussels on June 26, 2018.
EARSC has thereby recognised Sinergise as the company to have made the most signiﬁcant contribution to the development of the Earth Observation sector in Europe.
Free and open access to high temporal and high spatial resolution Copernicus’ Earth observation (EO) data is becoming a major game-changer in EO sector. New opportunities as well as new challenges are arising at the same time. With today’s kick-off meeting the PerceptiveSentinel project has officially started. It will help to ingest enormous amount of big data, unlock its hidden value and deliver added value to end user community.