We have created an open-source Python package Sentinel Hub Tools with an intention to help users obtain required satellite products in a flexible and fast way.
We are excited to announce that Sentinel-2 Level-2A atmospherically corrected data, provided by ESA/Copernicus for Europe, is now available through the Sentinel Hub.
Lately, some of our team members were busy presenting Sentinel Hub at Earth Observation (EO) events in Europe and Africa. They did a splendid job and we decided to share some of the highlights.
Known as the world’s largest hackathon, NASA Space Apps Challenge is attracting many students, professionals, and young minds which have one thing in common – enthusiasm about space. It is quite clear that we share the same passion, so we were more than happy to become a supporter of the Challenge.
We are excited to announce we are now members of the European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC), a non-profit organisation created in 1989 with the mission to foster the development of European Geo-Information Service Industry.
We are happy to announce that one more data source has been added to Sentinel Hub. Medium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MERIS), launched on board of European Space Agency’s (ESA) Envisat Earth Observation Satellite, brought new dimension to Sentinel Hub browsing experience.
We are honoured to participate at the next Brussels Amazon Academy at the Square of Brussels on May 16, 2017. This years’ Academy will have a strong scientific focus on “Europe’s next generation of innovation: How to enable individual scientists and researchers.”
We have some good news for all the researchers and scientists out there. It was never easier to view, process and analyse vast amount of archive and fresh satellite imagery. The European Space Agency (ESA) has opened a call to provide 100 free accounts for R&D projects.
Sinergise developed EO Browser in close cooperation with European Space Agency (ESA) to provide immediate and full resolution insight into all ESA optical missions' data - more than 30 years of data in Europe and several years of worldwide coverage. It will be launched at the World Cover conference at ESA, ESRIN in Frascati, Italy on March 16, 2017.