3. Next to the thumbnail of your location - image/tile information is shown:
Clicking on the icon you get access to raw data image from EO Cloud or SciHub. Clicking on the button next to the image thumbnail will open the Visualisation tab.
Clicking on icon you are able to pin the result/s, you would like to store for later.
The user can apply different pre-installed or custom spectral band combinations to visualise images:
User Configurations - Sentinel Hub users, when logged in, can apply one of their own configurations from Configuration Utility tool to fine-tune the visualization experience and to enable use of advanced functions such as multi-temporal processing, etc.
Using Linked Custom Scripts - Use custom scripts, which are stored elsewhere, either on Google drive, GitHub or in our Custom script repository. Paste the URL of the script into a text box in the advanced script editing panel and click Refresh.
Before downloading, you can now define area of interest (AOI) by clicking on the icon. Data will be clipped accordingly.
Prepare download – By enabling toggle button one can choose between various image formats, image resolutions and coordinate systems before downloading the image.
Download Image – Click Download Image button to start downloading image in GeoTiff, JP2 or KMZ format. Low-scale exports are possible as well if one wants to download GeoTiff of the whole Europe for example.
Download of Multiple Layers - In the Analytical panel you can now select multiple layers and download them all in a single zip file.
Upload Area of Interest - By clicking the “upload” button in the upper-right corner of the screen you are now able to import KML or KMZ file to create your area of interest. The area will be used in searching for imagery and clipping when exporting an image.
Download image and Timelapse tools now in toolbox on right edge.
Download image Settings in basic or analytical mode.
Download image Settings remembered after download.
In this section your favourite (pinned) images are listed. Clicking on the Compare button will compare pinned images in 2 modes:
The visual comparison tool makes it possible to observe changes in the land from 1984 onward.
Follow these 4 simple steps to compare the data:
Step 1: Search for your area of interest.
Step 2: Select criteria such as time range and cloud coverage.
Step 3: Inspect the resulting data from different sources.
Step 4: Pin your favorite results and compare them.
Contact us if you need more help.