Platform services

Platform services provide data analytics, collaboration tools or other supporting  functions to scientists or value adders to allow them to achieve their results in the shortest time possible, and in particular without the need to download the data on their own infrastructure. The services rely on the underlying data infrastructure for massive data extraction and processing.

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C-TEP is a data access service dedicated to improving the efficiently of data-intensive research into our dynamic coastal areas

A cube service for Earth Observation data exploitation

The FS-TEP offers on-line processing services and tools to support sustainable food production from space

The F-TEP offers on-line processing services and tools to generate value-added forest information products

The Geohazards Exploitation Platform enables the exploitation of satellite EO data to support the geohazard community

The H-TEP offers the hydrology community the opportunity to exchange data, services and knowledge through a common collaboration framework

The Polar TEP provides polar researchers access to computing resources, EO data and software tools in the cloud

The TEP Urban platform is providing data, methods and infrastructure to help creating sustainable urban environments

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While the availability of the growing volume of environmental data from space represents a unique opportunity for science and applications, it also poses a major challenge to achieve its full potential in terms of data exploitation. Advance on ICT big data solutions allow to move the activities from user workstations to cloud based platforms, which provide local access to EO data as well as the tools to manipulate them.
To perform large-scale EO data exploitation efficiently in future, ESA invests into a growing ecosystem of generic platform capabilities and community-specific environments as the Thematic Exploitation Platforms.

 

 

 

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📽️ Check this short video explaining Earth observation #mangrove🌱 service to support #aquaculture 💧 #SustainableDevelopment with @FoodSecurityTEP @HatfieldConsult
ℹ️https://eo4society.esa.int/2019/12/02/aquaculture-service-pilot-explained-in-short/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvVe9HPOMcM&feature=emb_title

We are at #EUSW2019 👨‍🚀 Come by our stand to talk #NewSpace and #spacetechnologies with Marko Höyhtyä and the team! You can also read more on our work on #satellite's and their applications on Earth and beyond:
http://ow.ly/Z4Nh50xqdiU 🛰️

On the blog: back to the October 2019 edition of the DLR Magazine & featured article “A smarter Big Data process – monitoring geohazards from space”

A story about GEP & DLR Earth Observation Centre team
@DLR_en @ESA_EO @CEOSdotORG @GEOSEC2025
https://discuss.terradue.com/t/dlr-magazine-article-a-smarter-big-data-process-about-gep/821

#Arctic Earth System Modelling Workshop in Reykjavík today at @Vedurstofan
Responding to Grand Challenges in the Pan-Arctic.
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https://www.arcticobserving.org/images/pdf/misc/Arctic_ESM_Workshop_29082019.pdf

We are currently hosting the @ExtremeEarth_EU progress meeting at British Antarctic Survey in Cambridge. More information about the project available on the website http://earthanalytics.eu/.

This week, @ESA_EO will be at #COP25 in #Madrid talking about #climatechange and how #EarthObservation helps map essential climate variables from space🌍🛰️