CLEOPE (CLoud Earth Observation Processing Environment) is the ONDA service dedicated to Earth observation products discovery, manipulation and visualisation via interactive Jupyter Notebooks.

Supported by Python 3 kernel language, CLEOPE provides 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 to enhance the user experience with the ONDA data offer.
The CLEOPE Jupyter Notebooks provide an interactive way to guide users in performing a series of operations on the Copernicus products available in the ONDA Catalogue, with two main purposes:

1.  Access to ONDA products via Jupyter Notebooks

A set of templates aimed at facilitating the following actions for users:

2.   Analysis and visualisation of EO data

A collection of mission specific tutorials, which lead users into basic operations of data processing exploiting the Copernicus products available in the ONDA Catalogue.
The current CLEOPE version supports Land, Water and Atmospheric monitoring applications: Jupyter Notebooks are available for Sentinel-1, Sentinel-2, Sentinel-3, Sentinel-5P, CAMS (Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service), CMEMS (Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service), and the CGLS (Copernicus Global Land Service) component of CLMS (Copernicus Land Monitoring Service).


The CLEOPE Free service is available to all ONDA registered users upon request.

This service includes a basic configuration of the remote Earth observation data processing environment dedicated to the user, with a wide range of customization options. Because the computing resources used for the CLEOPE Free service have a limited computational capacity, only basic activities can be performed. Please read the CLEOPE – Jupyter Notebooks User Guide for more information.


The CLEOPE Plus service is available to all ONDA registered users for a monthly fee upon request.

This service provides additional computational capacity, allowing users to exploit all CLEOPE functionalities.