Sentinel Hub is an engine for processing of petabytes of satellite data. It is opening the doors for machine learning and helping hundreds of application developers worldwide. It makes Sentinel, Landsat, and other Earth observation imagery easily accessible for browsing, visualization and analysis. Scale your system globally with an intuitive and user-friendly interface, without any hassle.
Sentinel Hub is operated by Sinergise - a GIS IT company with more than 10 years of experience in working with spatial data. We are developing enterprise level spatial solutions for governmental clients in Europe and Africa. Sinergise is headquartered in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and has a subsidiary called Sentinel Hub GmbH in Graz, Austria.
The satellite imagery distribution service is based on Sinergise's cloud GIS platform - Geopedia - web based spatial management solution, which is being used by more than one million users annually and is therefore perfectly suitable for large scale spatial deployments.
The Sentinel data and services are hosted on Amazon Web Services, where Sinergise helped provide public access to the Sentinel-2 data. The service is also supported by an AWS in Education Research Grant.
Parts of the service were developed and tested as part of the ESA PECS programme.
The project was supported by funds from the European Union research programmes.
The project is funded as an innovation action under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 funding programme under grant agreement No. 689812 to establish a far reaching citizen observatory for Land Use and Land Cover monitoring (LULC), which will also act as marketplace for technological innovation.
The project was funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under grant agreement No. 821918 to support enforcement of environmental laws based on Copernicus data.
The project is funded as an innovation action under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 funding programme under grant agreement No. 842009. It aims to modernise IACS through the efficient use of digital solutions and e-tools, creating reliable methodologies and harmonised datasets for monitoring agricultural performance while reducing the administrative burden for farmers, paying agencies and other stakeholders.