PROBA-V MEP, a toolbox of processing servicesThe PROBA-V Mission Exploitation Platform (MEP) offers several on-demand processing workflows to create and deliver customised products. We’ve already introduced you to The Notebooks app in one of our previous blogs, so let me now show you the N-daily compositor.
Due to cloud cover, many places cannot be imaged every time a satellite passes over. A composite uses a sequence of images, and selects the best pixel from this series to generate a cloud free image. The N-daily compositor service lets you select the number of days to use for an area of your interest automatically, e.g. you can receive a 7-daily composite of PROBA-V data of Europe every Monday morning: get exactly what you need when you need it.
The service accesses the full PROBA-V data archive (1 km, 300 m and 100 m) and can be used via the Web client or via RESTful Web services for seamless integration into your application. You can even view the results at full-resolution before downloading via the online Geoviewer. Check out the online manual for more information.
View your results in full resolution before downloading.
Request a virtual machineOn-demand processing is only one aspect of the PROBA-V MEP. If you want to dig deeper, you might also be interested in using our Virtual Research Environment.
A user Virtual Machine (VM) offers you:
- Access to the complete PROBA-V data archive, as well as SPOT-VEGETATION and Vegetation parameters from the Copernicus Global Land Service.
- A powerful and expandible set of tools and libraries (e.g. SNAP toolbox, GRASS GIS, QGIS)
- The possibility to develop and debug test applications (R, Python or Java)
Request a VM free of charge or get more info via the online form.