Oceanic Drift Models
Since 2009, CLS (Collecte Localisation Satellites) has developed and maintains a suite of drift models named MOBIDRIFT, allowing the simulation of object drift at sea.
This pilot has a focus on the analysis of time series of data, both EO-data from satellite missions (Proba-V as time series spanning multiple years and Sentinel-2 as a time series over a growing season), and in-situ measurements related to agronomy and meteo.
Space & Security
Earth observation data for the Space and security domain are currently showing an unprecedented scenario in terms of variety, volume, velocity, veracity and value.
Purpose of this task is to promote the use of Earth observations in Smart Cities and to bring Smart City sensor reading into GEOSS (mostly in-situ), so that they can be used in combination with other data sets to make derived products, validate, calibrate or qualify other sources of data or build a rapid evaluation assessment of the situation in case of crisis situations.
The overall objective of this pilot activity is to demonstrate how NextGEOSS faciliates the use and processing of Sentinel-2 data for crop monitoring.
The biodiversity community still lacks a global observing system for biodiversity monitoring. Therefore there is an urgent need from the remote sensing community to feed information towards Essential Biodiversity Variables to fill the spatial and temporal gaps in between in-situ biodiversity observation data from the field.
This pilot has a focus on showcasing examples of products for selected areas in Cold Regions, combining remote sensing data, in situ data and model products from relevant European infrastructures and international frameworks.