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Before the summer really gets going, we are sharing the latest updates with you. Read all about the value of super resolution imagery, progress on Area Monitoring, new features in EO Browser, the announcement of the Asynchronous Process API, other Sentinel Hub updates, the release of HIECTOR and more. In addition, the deadline for the Sentinel Hub Climate Change Custom Script contest has been extended.
Our bloggers have been especially busy this past quarter, covering a variety of topics including the most common EO misconceptions, urban area detection, and the exciting openEO Platform! Also learn more about the new edition of our Sentinel Hub Custom Script Contest focused on climate change, support for Landsat 9 and PlanetScope Monitoring products, our webinars, and more.
Learn about our new partnership with Planet, Subscriptions and Batch Statistical APIs, EO Browser and EDC updates, newly available data, and more. Be sure to register for our coming webinars.
EO Browser got another big update to the 3D mode. Read also about the newly added Zarr input format, the latest blog post on area monitoring, newly available collections, Euro Data Cube updates, our Twitter challenge, all about the coming Sentinel Hub webinar - Bring Your Own Data - and more.
We have been busy over the summer and have had another exciting quarter! Dive into the September issue to learn all about Sentinel Hub and EO Browser updates, area monitoring, the next webinar, the winners of our Custom Script Contest and much more.
Learn all about the Digital Twin of the News app, and the ongoing Sentinel Hub Custom Script Contest. Check out the new Terrain Viewer in EO Browser. Sentinel Hub Landsat archive now covers 40 years of global data that you can explore. You can find the data in the newly added Landsat 4-5 Thematic Mapper collection. Read about how we improved spatial resolution using deep learning.
In case you missed it, we recently added Maxar's WorldView data, USGS's Landsat 8 collection 2, and several Copernicus services collections. You can explore the latter in the EO Browser, our free web application, which we will present in detail in our live webinar.
Sit back, scroll down and learn all about the perfect time-lapses of the Earth, new features available in Sentinel Hub, such as Sentinel-1 Radiometric Terrain Correction and Copernicus DEM models, EO Browser updates, next webinar, the winning scripts from our Custom Script Contest, and more.
Don't miss the opportunity to get an ESA-sponsored account and free access to high-resolution commercial satellite data. Learn how to use Batch Processing to scale up your eo-learn workflow and create cloudless mosaics. Read new blog posts in our Area Monitoring series. Join our next webinar on Process API, and much more. Not to miss any of it, sit back, grab a cup of coffee or tea and scroll though this edition of our newsletter for details.
It's been a challenging year for all of us. Regardless, we are happy to say that we have accomplished more or less all our planned goals. Sentinel Hub has become much more than we've ever hoped for. Find out a summary of the past year’s achievements and plans for the future in a word from our CEO, Grega Milcinski. For latest news, simply scroll through this edition.
Dive into this issue's highlights to learn more about the additional very high resolution data collection available through Sentinel Hub, pre-computed cloud masks, winning ideas of the COVID-19 Custom Script Contest, simplified Sentinel Hub pricing plans, newly available Catalog API, important Sentinel Hub updates and more.
In this edition we introduce the availability of commercial data collections and a global archive of Sentinel-2 L2A data, a new open source library, new EO Browser features, many useful custom scripts, system updates and more.
In this edition we are introducing a major new feature, Batch Processing. We are also presenting Land Cover Monitoring System, a country-scale machine learning use-case built on top of Sentinel Hub services. We have extended the deadline of the Sentinel Hub Custom Script Contest until the end of January.
The second round of the Sentinel Hub Custom Script Contest is in full swing. Learn more about it and find out how to make your scripts more efficient. If you are interested in using Python to fetch, store and analyze satellite data, take a look at the newly available Sentinel Hub xcube Python package. This and much more awaits you in November issue.
It's that time of the year again when there are plenty of opportunities to meet you in person to exchange EO ideas. Meet us at Phi-Week in Frascati and at the coming events. In this edition of the newsletter we are also introducing the next Sentinel Hub Custom Script Contest, EO Browser’s involvement in the spaceEU project and playing an EO Detective to Analyze Deforestation in Madagascar.
Despite the current vacation season, the last weeks were busy here at Sinergise. We would love to share some of the highlights with you. As preparation for the next Sentinel Hub Custom Script contest, we have created a short Custom Script Tutorial. There is Sentinel-3 SLSTR data newly available in Sentinel Hub. Learn more about project updates and our participation at the upcoming events.
Serving more than one hundred million requests in March, Sentinel Hub has reached an important milestone. This issue highlights the upcomming events where you are able to talk to us in person: 2019 Living Plantes Symposium in Milan, Engage 2019 in Barcelona, GeoPython Conference in Basel, 2019 ESIP Summer Meeting in Tacoma, ESA Φ-week in Frascati, Nordic Remote Sensing Conference in Aarhus and more.
Get more information about the Sentinel Hub Custom Script Contest and read our 3rd part of the eo-learn article. Learn more about the new API, which is getting the final shape. Our contribution to AWS - GEO Cloud Credit Programme was announced, and a few Sentinel Hub use-cases were introduced. Our EO research team received valuable recognition of their work. See how you can follow the number of your Sentinel Hub requests through the Dashboard and Bring Your Own Data to the Sentinel Hub service.
Beside the Sentinel Hub's Roadmap for 2019 by our CEO, including a new API v.2.0, custom script v.2, support for your own data, data fusion and more, you will be impressed by the second part of our Land Cover Classification with eo-learn blog. Also, learn more about Sentinel-2 Level 2A data global availability, the BlueDot - Global Water Resources Monitoring, educational role of EO Browser, evalscript v.2, and other news on Sentinel Hub data collections. Don’t skip a treat at the end - a short explanation of how fast you can get your hands on the data through the Sentinel Hub after acquisition.
In this issue you will find out more about our work in Land Cover Classification with eo-learn, and get more details about the presentation of Sentinel Hub Cloud Detector at the CEOS-WGCV ACIX II – CMIX workshop. We also introduced an educational page with different EO resources, which will bring the possibilities of the EO field closer to anyone who would like to learn more about it.
We have integrated Global Imagery Browse Services (GIBS) and Sentinel-5P data collections into the Sentinel Hub. For more information about it and EO Browser updates read this issue, which also introduces the eo-learn, highlights current projects such as DIAS platforms and Sen4CAP, and explains how Sentinel Hub is supporting hackathons. A word from our CEO: “Why are we not building one platform to rule them all?”
Learn how to create cloudless mosaics with Sentinel Hub, make long-term time lapse and analysis in EO Browser, simply explore imagery from within Jupyter Notebook, or get insights on what kind of computer resources are required to run a global EO service with more than 5 PB of open data. We have released version 2.0 of Sentinel Hub’s main open-source Python package for EO research. Don’t miss a highlight: “Ways People Use Sentinel” or what lessons we’re learning while sharing open data. Read also about the use of satellite imagery in crisis management after flooding.
It has been a good start of the year and we continue delivering more new features. Dive into news on Python package upgrade, Sentinel-1 data availability on AWS and through Sentinel Hub, release of another Python tool – s2cloudless, more EO Browser updates, and recently established the Sentinel Hub Forum. We once more call your attention to the recent updates of the APIs. This time we are highlighting a few Sentinel Hub success stories, and applications powered by our services.
After adding new features to EO Browser and making it free, there are other opportunities on the horizon that you shouldn't miss: custom scripts repository at Github with all our available EO products, custom scripts for ad-hoc atmospheric correction, and Sentinel Playground and EO Browser on Github. This issue brings you more information on how to control the Sentinel Hub within QGIS, recently integrated MODIS data collection, and how we crowdsourced EO training data collections with the goal of improving cloud detection algorithms. We have partnered with ESA Business Applications to help start-ups by offering easy access to a wide range of EO data.
An update to Sentinel Hub services which directly impacts APIs and, in rare cases your integration. Read the announcements!
In this issue we are introducing the multi-temporal processing. We are sharing more insights about our work on MODIS data collection integration. Read also more about how EO Browser was introduced to European teachers at ESA’s Summer Teacher Workshop in July, and about our new partnership with Airbus Defence and Space. We will be all around the world this Autumn and we are looking forward to meeting you in person.
We are happy to announce that several data collections were successfully integrated into Sentinel Hub: Sentinel-1 SAR, Sentinel-2 Level-2A, Sentinel-2B and Digital Elevation Model – DEM. You can now also double the resolution of your Landsat image by choosing a panchromatic band and inspect the surface temperature with a thermal band while browsing the Landsat 8 data in EO Browser. We are also introducing an open-source Python package for downloading Sentinel-2 products from AWS.
Sentinel Hub is richer for one more data collection, Medium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MERIS). Being part of the world's largest hackathon, NASA Space Apps Challenge, gave us the opportunity to introduce the service worldwide in just 48 hours. We also become a member of the European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC), a non-profit organization with the mission to foster the development of European Geo-Information Service Industry.
EO Browser - a free satellite imagery visualization tool - was launched at the World Cover conference. There are now available free research accounts for Sentinel Hub at EO Cloud sponsored by ESA. We hosted ESA Director General Johann Dietrich Wörner at our headquarters. Some important updates to the service were done: The Sentinel-3 data integration, Landsat worldwide coverage, introduction of statistical info API, shortening the response time of Sentinel Hub services for 0.5 - 1 second, and more.
The latest integration of archive and up-to-date data from the US Landsat satellites has successfully enriched Sentinel Hub for the satellite imagery from Landsat 5, 7 and 8. We are introducing our newest tool – EO Browser – which combines various data collections in one place, and the Sentinel-2 Mosaic Generator Winter Release. Our recent work is focused to automated detection of land changes, and to constant improvements of Sentinel Hub service. Learn more also about how to plan UAV flights with the Sentinel-2 data.