Tag: landsat

5 new data products available

Today the SDC team is pleased to release 5 new data products covering the entire Switzerland for a total data volume of 1.5TB. These data sets are directly available in the SwissEnvEO database. These products are time-series of: Enhanced Vegetation Index (EVI) Landsat [1984-2021]: https://geonetwork.swissdatacube.org/geonetwork/srv/eng/catalog.search#/metadata/da78fa9f-a756-4538-a28a-8be7d53d4676 Sentinel-2 [2016-2021]: https://geonetwork.swissdatacube.org/geonetwork/srv/eng/catalog.search#/metadata/c491ef64-91b8-42ec-b317-27ce61b4f2c1 Leaf Area Index (LAI) Landsat [1984-2021]: https://geonetwork.swissdatacube.org/geonetwork/srv/eng/catalog.search#/metadata/c5bc0095-4b9d-4a50-9c17-a2e5c08c4c9c […]

Major update of the SDC available!

After weeks of hard work, the Swiss Data Cube team is pleased to announce the realease of the version 1.5 of the SDC. The architecture design is much more modular using Docker and will facilitate future upgrades of the SDC. We would like to thanks our colleagues from the Brazil Data Cube for their appreciated […]

Landsat 9 data are now available!

Landsat 9 — the new satellite operated by NASA & USGS — that continues the longest Earth Observations data archive, is not available in the Swiss Data Cube. The satellite was launched on Sept. 27,  2021 and data available since  Feb. 10 2022. More info on Landsat 9 are available on the USGS dedicated page: […]

Launch of the Atlas of Changing Switzerland

Today, for the 10th anniversary of the Institute for Environmental Sciences of the University of Geneva, we are launching an interactive atlas allowing anyone to explore different sites across Switzerland looking at how the landscape has changed over the last two-three decades. This can help visualising and understanding how environmental changes such as climate, natural […]

SnowCover.CH: Monitoring Snow Cover changes over Switzerland using Earth Observations time-series

We have received the good news that the project “SnowCover.CH: Monitoring Snow Cover changes over Switzerland using Earth Observations time-series” has been accepted. This project jointly lead by UNIGE/GRID (Dr. Gregory Giuliani) & UZH/RSL (Dr. David Small) is supported by the UNIGE-UZH Joint Seed Funding. Since mid-December 2017 the University of Zurich and the University of […]

SDC Hackathon on SDG6 – results

Last week during the OpenGeneva Festival, we had a three-days hackathon trying to work with the content of the Swiss Data Cube to contribute to the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6 on Water. More information can be found here. It was a really nice event, appreciated by the 29 participants with positive feedbacks and some […]