Join our next Sentinel Hub webinar on December 12th 2023 at 14:00 CET where we will talk about how satellite data supports the work of environmental NGOs. You will learn how to use Earth Observation data to support communication and action for the environment.
Copernicus Open Access Hub is closing – But you may never want to download a satellite image again.
Many users of Sentinel imagery access the data through the Copernicus Open Access Hub, the former default gateway to download and access data collected under the Copernicus program. However, this is about to change: The new endpoint for accessing Sentinel data is dataspace.copernicus.eu, which provides instant access to the entire Sentinel archive and upcoming imagery. The service provided by Copernicus Open Access Hub will be discontinued at the end of October, and all users will need to migrate to the new service. A migration guide is available here. The former functionality of the Open Access Hub is available in the Copernicus Data Space Ecosystem with minor changes to your code, but new, more efficient solutions are also available.
We are pleased to invite you to attend a webinar „Introduction to CREODIAS 2.0 - the first commercial element of the Copernicus Data Space Ecosystem" on 19th October at 14:00 CEST. From the webinar you will learn how to use the new CREODIAS capabilities that make the platform a unique environment for creating and scaling commercial services using Copernicus data.
The Copernicus Data Space Ecosystem is the one-stop-shop for accessing Earth Observation data from the Copernicus Programme. This portal combines direct access to the full archive and new datasets of Sentinel data with a plethora of code and GUI-based analysis tools and onboard server capacity for conceptualization and development. The Ecosystem was kicked off in January 2023 and continues to grow with added functionality.
Earth Observation has become a vital part of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). With the approaching implementation deadline for Area Monitoring NPAs ought to implement remote sensing into their current workflows. While some Agencies are in the forefront of the CAP reform, many still struggle with expensive field visits, complex workflows and tendering and budgeting planning. Join us at the upcoming webinar on September 20th, 2023 at 10:30 CEST to learn from those who already successfully navigated through the process and will share their lessons learned.
Learn more about the Open-Earth-Monitor project and participate in the OEMC Global Workshop 2023 in Bolzano, Italy from October 4 – 6, 2023. Get the unique opportunity to collaborate with global experts and enhance geospatial research and open-source application solutions.
We are excited to announce that we are officially acquired by Planet. In March 2023, Planet Labs (“Planet”) and Sinergise Ltd. (“Sinergise”) announced Planet’s intention to acquire the business assets of Sinergise, including Sentinel Hub. As of August 4, 2023, the transaction has been completed and Planet will own and operate Sentinel Hub. Read the press release and blog post for details! Read also a short statement on why we are doing it, what it means for our partners and customers, for the European industry, and for the wider EO community.
Listen to the MapScaping Podcasts where we introduce a series of talks on the core problems of remote sensing, to help new users of the Copernicus Data Space Ecosystem enhance their background knowledge. We wrote about the first one already in this news post where Gordon Logie from Spark Geo discussed one of the long-standing problems of remote sensing: Does higher spectral resolution always lead to better end products? Now we invite you to listen to Using Lasers to talk to satellites and Computer Vision and GeoAI episodes.
Join us for our next Sentinel Hub webinar on June 20th 2023 at 3pm CEST (1pm UTC) when we have Eliot Higgins from Bellingcat as our guest. He will be talking about Open Source Intelligence and journalism. Do not miss this opportunity to learn from one of the founding fathers of the field.
Are you a student or a young professional who wants to learn more about the technologies and tools used to develop advanced applications to monitor our planet? Would you like to learn how we use satellite data for this purpose? Do you enjoy programming and want to improve your skills? Would you like your solutions to have a real impact on the world? If you answered "yes" at least once, then you will not want to miss our second Summer School on 10-14 July 2023.