Maintenance activities are scheduled on Monday 18 January 2021 from 09:00 until 17:00 CET.
During this maintenance window, interruptions in the ONDA Catalogue services might occasionally occur.
We apologise for any inconvenience this might cause to your activities.
We are very pleased to announce that the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries of Flanders has won the Belgium eGOV awards in the category Innovation thanks to the support provided by the ONDA CAP monitoring service, with a project named “Use of GEO AI for crop detection and automatic interpretation of aerial photos”.
In June 2020 the European Commission, the Joint Research Centre and ESA have assigned to ONDA the task to support both the Department of Agricultural and Fisheries [...]
The incident leading to an unexpected slowdown in products restoration from the ONDA Cloud Archive, has been fixed on 27 November 2020 and the service has been restored to its nominal performances. We apologise for any inconvenience this might have caused to your activities.
We are happy to announce the launch of the new CLEOPE (CLoud Earth Observation Processing Environment) service for our users.
CLEOPE is an interactive web-based platform of EO products discovery, manipulation and visualisation via Jupyter Notebooks providing users with an integrated development environment where to create their own applications on the Cloud.
As an added value, CLEOPE offers a collection of pre-installed libraries and template notebooks supported by a Python 3 kernel to enhance the first-time user experience with the ONDA [...]
Since 26 November 2020 at 12.00 CEST we have been experiencing an unexpected slowdown associated with products restoration from the ONDA Cloud Archive.
As a consequence, users might experience a delay of several hours when ordering products that are stored on the ONDA Cloud Archive.
We are currently working on the issue and apologise for any inconvenience this may cause to your activities.
ONDA is launching the new “Managed ONDA Storage (MOST)” service, which allows users to optimize the performance in accessing ONDA data, reduce costs and improve productivity.
This new ONDA service meets the expectations of those users requiring access to a massive volume of data.
MOST offers a customized data access system and optimized storage as well as processing solutions to maintain the level of performance required, independently from the data type: free and open (Copernicus Data and Information), sensitive (licence protected, [...]
Two projects funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme, EOPEN and MOSES, have joined forces with ONDA to implement a use case for the purpose of improving water management strategies.
The EOPEN platform aims to support both non-expert and expert users access and exploit Copernicus data through a federated platform framework, allowing for big data analytics.
EOPEN is agnostic regarding data access and cloud provider, still it makes use of ONDA. Also, an ONDA Virtual Machine is [...]
Further to the launch of the new ONDA User Portal last 24 September, as already communicated the legacy User Portal is being dismissed today, 24 November 2020.
As from now, users will therefore only be able to access our new User Portal:
if you have already created an account, please Login to the new User Portal using the same credentials as the legacy User Portal
if you are a new user, please Register
Please Contact Us if you should need further support.
We are proud to announce that ONDA will be employed in the context of the H2020 Project CALLISTO, for which the Grant Agreement was recently signed by the European Commission.
The CALLISTO project – Copernicus Artificial Intelligence (AI) Services and data fusion with other distributed data sources and processing at the edge to support DIAS and HPC infrastructures –, led by Serco Italia, responds to the H2020-SPACE-2020 call on the “Big data technologies and Artificial Intelligence for Copernicus” topic.
Driven by [...]
A public paper on the surface deformation analysis project developed by CNR-IREA – the Institute for Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment (IREA) of the National Research Council (CNR) of Italy – has been published on the peer-reviewed open access journal Remote Sensing.
The article presents an advanced processing pipeline for the generation of continental scale differential synthetic aperture radar (DInSAR) deformation time series.
The solution is based on the parallel small baseline subset (P-SBAS) approach and on the joint exploitation of Sentinel-1 [...]