WHAT DOES THE NEW RELEASE ON TERRASCOPE HAVE TO OFFER?
Updates and new features, that was promised and we are happy to shed some light on this new release that has some exciting extras. There are 3 new features now online:
- Terraviewer, a data viewer and browser
- Sentinel-1 data availability
- User Forum to attend to all your questions: Read more
LOADING... WORK IN PROGRESS
A few more weeks, and you can test the new platform with the promised helpful and interesting features. To provide you with the best user experience and performance, our expert team is currently performing some stress tests to offer you a solid and user friendly data platform. We will keep you posted!
ARE YOU READY FOR THE NEW RELEASE?
End March we launch the new state-of-the-art Sentinel 2 TerraViewer over Belgian territory to select & download your imagery.
As promised, these other features will also be available: read more: Read more
NEXT RELEASE TO IMPROVE THE PLATFORM
Development of the Terrascope platform is ongoing with a first release targeted for mid-March 2018. Features to be expected in this release are: Read more
RESULTS OF THE SURVEY, SOME INSIGHTS
In October 2017 a survey on Copernicus data was launched to get Belgian user input on what products are important and how they would like to access and use Sentinel data. With more than 500 respondents from all parts of Belgium, the survey has been a success and as promised we share some of the insights it gave us. Read more
CLOSURE OF THE SURVEY & FUTURE OUTLOOK
The Terrascope survey to shape products & services to the Belgian user needs is now closed. The Terrascope team is now processing the answers of almost 500 respondents. Keep an eye on the site to have an insight on the revelations and future efforts to fine-tune this platform. New features based on these outcomes, as well as Sentinel-3 data will become available from March 2018 onwards.
LAUNCH OF THE TERRASCOPE PLATFORM
BELSPO (the Federal Science Policy Office) has just launched TERRASCOPE, the Belgian Collaborative Ground Segment. It takes advantage of existing infrastructure that Belgium built up for the SPOT-VEGETATION and PROBA-V missions. Read more