Since it was launched three years ago, the RUS Copernicus service has been supporting large communities in education programs targeted to Sentinel users from the academic world. In fact, another important component of our service consists in sustaining training activities
The evolution of the RUS service, the key updates as well as what remains unchanged, have been reported in a release made this week by the European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC).
The Copernicus MOOC is a Massive Open Online Course developed by the University of Luxembourg Competence Centre and PwC for the European Commission. Participants will learn how Copernicus data can be used for evidence-based public policy, as well as to
We are pleased to announce that SNAP 7.0 is out! Besides bug fixes and improvements, several new features are waiting for you. A list of them is available on the STEP platform, as well as detailed information about the changes
Launched in the frame of the FOSS4G 2019 event, the FOSS4G EO Data Challenge is a competition inviting startups, developers, students and researchers to imagine and build useful, valuable or interesting open source applications using large volumes of Earth observation
Basing upon feedback from several users, it appears that some people registered on the service with a Google e-mail address met problems to receive e-mails from the RUS service as the sent e-mails end in the recipient’s spam folder. If
The RUS users are informed that the distributed Sentinel-2 Level-1C products will undergo a slight update of their format of 23 October 2017. For more information, please visit the Copernicus Open Access Hub news page.