Copernicus Data Access Service Delivers First Results

The European Union's Copernicus programme is taking a big leap forward with the launch of its new Copernicus Data Access Service. As announced in December, this innovative project, led by experienced players, will transform the way users process and access vast amounts of open and free Earth Observation (EO) data from the Copernicus Sentinels and Contributing Missions.

With the new Copernicus Data Access Service, users will have access to a comprehensive suite of tools and resources to unlock the full potential of the available EO data. The Sentinel Hub services offered by the project will provide users with new and historical Sentinel imagery and data, empowering them to make the most of this valuable resource.

The Copernicus Browser, an integral part of the Copernicus Data Access Service, is set to become an indispensable tool for those working in the field of EO. With this intuitive and user-friendly platform, users can access, explore, and visualize EO data with ease.

To learn more about the Service, watch our video.

The launch of the Copernicus Data Access Service marks a new era in the EU's Copernicus programme, providing users with the tools they need to unlock the full potential of open and free EO data. Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting out in the field, this exciting new service is sure to have something to offer.

Useful links:
- Check out the portal, register and start exploring.
- Access the EO data via Copernicus Browser.
- For detailed information on what's coming in the next few months, click here.