In the context of the EU Space response to Coronavirus, ONDA and its Partners are pleased to support organizations interested in developing analyses that can help public authorities and citizens to tackle the COVID-19 emergency we are all facing.

Our contribution includes the provision of a Free Trial Access with the addition, on request, of very high resolution satellite images received directly into the ONDA cloud environment.
In our efforts to strengthen our user support, we are offering, through our ONDA 4 Education service, a free webinar, available for a maximum number of 500 participants, on how to access the ONDA platform and how to process Copernicus Sentinel-5P data for monitoring pollution using our infrastructure.

The webinar will take place on 6 May 2020 at 10:00-11.30 AM CEST.
ARESYS (Advanced Remote Sensing Systems) provides a general purpose time-domain SAR processor exploiting the ONDA services to run performance benchmarks on GPU powered hardware: the results show that it is possible to have accurate and generic time-domain processing… in the time it takes to brew a cup of coffee!
  • Following the recent outbreak of wildfires near Chernobyl, Ukraine, and within the scope of the Copernicus Emergency Mapping Service activation, our user CIMA Research Foundation with FadeOut Software have generated an extract of a burned area mapping product based on Copernicus Sentinel-2 images using the WASDI platform developed on ONDA.
The ONDA Catalogue has now surpassed the milestone of 30 million products, with a total products volume of more than 23 PB.
All data are physically stored on the ONDA infrastructure, and include the full archive of Copernicus Sentinels data, Copernicus Services information, Envisat and Landsat 8 data.
Users are also able to request commercial very high resolution data.
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