The National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO) is pleased to announce the commencement of activities for the EO Data Hub project
This announcement has the primary aim of engaging the user community in the development of the EO Data Hub. It seeks input from potential users, communities and stakeholders to demonstrate EO services and data supply concepts which would be enabled by the EO Data Hub.
Project Information and Downloads
- Information note (updated)
- Call for user pilot projects (closed)
- Q&A for user pilot projects (closed)
- Announcement of industry day (13 March 2023)
- Slides from EO Data Hub Industry day (13 March 2023)
- Call for Consultant on Datastreams – NEW
- Call for Consultant on preparation of software ITTs for EO Data Hub (coming soon) – NEW
- Draft contract for Consultant ITTs – NEW
The selected projects in this call will help to specify the functionality, software and desirable data streams in the Hub and obtain early access to the Hub as it is implemented.
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The EO Data Hub project consortium is led by NCEO, including CEDA@ STFC RAL Space and University of Leicester staff.
About the EO Data Hub
The EO Data Hub will build a next-generation data platform to give the UK a single portal for accessing and processing satellite data to develop new applications and environmental insights.
The consortium is led by NCEO, including CEDA@ STFC RAL Space and University of Leicester staff, and includes:
- Satellite Applications Catapult
- Met Office
- National Physical Laboratory
- UK Space Agency
It represents a new UK capability enabling access to diverse satellite data sets for the benefit of UK industry, academia and government.
Example applications are likely to include the following but the EODH will be capable of supporting a wide variety of sectors and themes: climate, carbon services, agriculture, green finance systems, flooding, energy etc.
The EODH has been funded by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), part of UKRI, through the Copernicus transition, national project funding provided by the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology.