In this page you can find all the useful resources for your self-training and preparation to the Hackathon. We kindly invite you to bookmark this page and check it periodically, as the contents will always be updated with new material until the day of the hackathon.
(all webinars are in Italian)
Date: May 31
Copernicus is the European Union's revolutionary Earth Observation and Monitoring program, looking at our planet and its environment for the ultimate benefit of all European citizens. We present the main features of the program, the various services offered, the satellites that make up the Sentinels missions and the opportunities for businesses and citizens. To facilitate and standardise access to data, the European Commission has funded the deployment of five cloud-based platforms providing centralised access to Copernicus data and information, as well as to processing tools. We have a look at these platforms known as the DIAS, or Data and Information Access Services.
Thanks to a variety of technologies, from satellites in space to measurement systems on the ground, in the sea and in the air, Copernicus delivers operational data and information services openly and freely in a wide range of application areas. The vast majority of data and information delivered by the Copernicus Space infrastructure and the Copernicus services are made available and accessible to any citizen and any organisation around the world on a free, full and open access basis. You can access Copernicus Data and Information Services through the DIAS or the Conventional Data Hubs.