2nd May 2023
The Copernicus Data Space Ecosystem – what’s new?
The Copernicus Data Space Ecosystem was launched in January 2023 to provide the largest EO data offering in the world, with outstanding discovery and download capabilities, and a set of data processing tools.
30th April 2023
New CREODIAS 2.0 is coming
We are thrilled to inform you that a new CREODIAS 2.0 website will be launched in June.
17th April 2023
AxelSpace VHR imagery on CREODIAS
CREODIAS users can now have commercial access to a new range of VHR (very high resolution) images of satellites managed by AxelSpace GRUS, a Japanese microsatellite company.
23rd March 2023
New improved Sen4CAP 3.2 available on CREODIAS
A new virtual machine image with Sen4CAP version 3.2 is available on the CREODIAS platform, with many bug fixes and improvements.
10th March 2023
New Sentinel-2 products available on CREODIAS
Reprocessed Sentinel-2 products (Level-1C and Level-2A) generated by ESA Copernicus Ground Segment are now available for data for December 2021 and older.
27th February 2023
Open Data Cube now available on CREODIAS
Open Data Cube is an open source geospatial data management and analysis software – a software library and set of command line tools to download and analyse Earth observation data.
20th February 2023
Data Explorer – a new service for exploring EO data
In addition to the previously announced upcoming launch of the new EODATA catalogue, we are happy to provide you with a new frontend service for searching and exploring data - Data Explorer.
30th January 2023
ACTION REQUIRED - new Catalogue API for CREODIAS data catalogue
We are thrilled to announce the introduction of a new Catalogue API for CREODIAS data catalogue! New API is already accessible.
27th January 2023
First external identity provider available
The first external identity provider, EGI Check-in, is now available on our new cloud management and billing panel.
23rd January 2023
WAW3-1 cloud upgraded
CloudFerro, the operator of CREODIAS, has recently completed an upgrade to the WAW3-1 cloud, which has resulted in a significant increase in capacity.