Sinergise is proud to be invited to Sentinel2Go event, demonstrating its Sentinel Hub solution to a group of over 200 participants from media and the industry. We will be cheering for successful launch of Sentinel-2B, which will double the amount of data served through our system.
The launch of the second Sentinel-2 satellite will happen at ESA’s mission control on 6-7 March in Darmstadt, Germany. Lift-off is set for 01:49 GMT (02:49 CET), the early hours of Tuesday, 7 March, and flight teams at ESA's mission control centre in Darmstadt will assume control of the satellite just an hour later.
Sentinel Hub will double the amount of data served
Sentinel-2A was launched on 23 June 2015, and its operational time is planned for 7 years. At the time being, the Sentinel Hub archive contains almost 1.6 million scenes from Sentinel-2A, with an average of more than 110,000* scenes added per month.
With the fifth of the Sentinel satellites of the Copernicus programme, Sentinel-2B satellite being operational, the amount of data served through our system will double in the future. That means even more possibilities for Sentinel Hub users.
A successful launch of Sentinel-2A (Photo: ESA)
Sentinel Hub being presented at Sentinel2Go
Among other invitees Sinergise got a unique opportunity to demonstrate Sentinel Hub solution to journalists, Earth observation and IT experts, and the new generation of Copernicus data users. Before the launch several presentations will be done on the main stage in one of four thematic corners on: Land and food security, Space technology, operations and business trends, Sea and coastal areas and Cities and society.
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Call to media people - if you would like to use our tools to produce some nice Sentinel-2 images before the event, drop us an e-mail.
*based on the last 10 months data