After successfully bringing Sentinel-2 data to our Sentinel Hub and therefore to everyone interested, we started looking for more content - more detailed and more recent images.
On May 2, 2016, the Sentinel-2A satellite acquired this true-color images of destructive wildfire that burned through Canada’s Northern Alberta region, razing neighborhoods in Fort McMurray and displacing tens of thousands of residents
In April and May 2016 Sinergise is presenting Sentinel Hub at several events. The first are Horizon 2020 Space Information Days 2016 on 19–20 April in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Sinergise is presenting its experience on "Practical aspects of making access to Copernicus Sentinel satellite data with example of Slovenia".
Introducing the Sentinel Monitoring, interactive maps for viewing land and land changes using ESA's Sentinel-2 earth observation data.
This application allows you to interactively browse full-resolution, global, near real-time satellite imagery within hours of it being acquired and compare the data from different time periods.
When NASA and USGS launched Landsat 8 a few years ago, it seemed that satellite imagery has finally opened a window for anybody to view Earth from space, and that was pretty cool. However, few months ago ESA did something even better. Next in the line of space Sentinels, Sentinel-2, is bringing higher resolution images of the same area every 10 days, in Europe every week!
We thought it would be good to do something about all these data and so Sentinel Hub was born, trying to make it easier for a normal user to look through the space window down on Earth and to do something with the view.