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Copernicus Data Warehouse Offers 40 cm Imagery Exclusively From European Space Imaging

By [email protected] - 8th May 2018 - 13:47

The Copernicus Data Warehouse is now offering eligible users the ability to order 40 cm satellite imagery in remarkably quick time frames, thanks to a 24-hour service exclusively available from European Space Imaging and its partner DigitalGlobe. On March 16, the European Space Agency released an updated version of the Copernicus Data Access Portfolio offering 40 cm imagery from the WorldView-3, WorldView-2, and GeoEye-1 satellite missions. This is the highest resolution imagery ever offered to Copernicus users who are eligible to order rush image tasking through the service. These users include the Copernicus Emergency Management Service and the European organisations operating the Copernicus Security Service. Henning Götz, Copernicus Project Manager at European Space Imaging said, “Seeing more of what is actually happening on the ground, or at sea, is vital for improving the situational awareness of any agency tasked with responding to security threats or emergencies.”