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EOPEN: OPEN INTEROPERABLE PLATFORM FOR UNIFIED ACCESS AND ANALYSIS OF EARTH OBSERVATION DATA

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EOPEN: OPEN INTEROPERABLE PLATFORM FOR UNIFIED ACCESS AND ANALYSIS OF EARTH OBSERVATION DATA

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EOPEN (https://eopen-project.eu/) is a project which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the topic EO Big Data Shift in 2017 and has a duration of 3 years, starting from November 2017. In this work, we present the concept of the project, its objectives and the lessons learnt after almost one year of project lifetime, as a follow-up to our previous project presentation at ESA BiDS’17 in Toulouse, France.
Presenter: Ilias Gialampoukidis heliasgj@iti.gr
Project Coordinator: Guido Vingione Guido.Vingione@serco.com
Data collection from multiple and heterogeneous sources
Knowledge discovery and content extraction
Semantic representation and linking of data for decision making
Report generation and analytics at the EO product and the
user level
The overall objective of EOPEN is to provide a platform targeting
non-expert EO data users (non-traditional user communities),
experts and the SME community that reveals and makes
Copernicus data and services easy to use for Big Data
applications by providing EO data analytics services, decision
making and infrastructure to support the Big Data processing
life-cycle allowing the chaining of value adding activities across
multiple platforms.
Supported by H2020-776019-EOPEN
Visit http://www.eopen-project.eu/
EOPEN: OPEN INTEROPERABLE PLATFORM FOR UNIFIED ACCESS
AND ANALYSIS OF EARTH OBSERVATION DATA
Challenges
Copernicus data has already paved the way to monitor changes
on Earth using Sentinel data.
Big Data technologies for Copernicus user scenarios are needed
to tackle the technical barriers arising from the massive streams
of EO data.
Ensure scalability of the data standardisation, fusion and
exchange methods, combining also non-EO data and metadata
annotation.
Combine mature ICT solutions and scalable processing
techniques building on top of European HPC and/or DIAS
infrastructures.
Field demonstrations and applications:
Flood monitoring Food security Climate change
Guido Vingione1, Gabriella Scarpino1, Laurence Marzell1, Tudor Pettengell1, Ilias Gialampoukidis2,
Stelios Andreadis2, Stefanos Vrochidis2, Ioannis Kompatsiaris2, Bernard Valentin3, Leslie Gale3,
Woo-Kyun Lee4, HyunWoo Jo4, Michael Gienger5, Dennis Hoppe5, Vasileios Sitokonstantinou6,
Ioannis Papoutsis6, Charalampos Kontoes6, Francesco Baruffi7, Michele Ferri7, Hoonjoo Yoon8,
Ari Karppinen9, Ari-Matti Harri9
1Serco S.p.A., 2Information Technologies Institute, Centre for Research and Technology Hellas,
3Space Applications Services NV/SA, 4Korea University Environmental GIS/RS Centre,
5University of Stuttgart High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart, 6National Observatory of Athens,
7Distretto delle Alpi Orientali, 8Sundosoft Limited, 9Finnish Meteorological Institute
Relevant H2020 Projects
Illustrations
Social Media Crawling
Collected social media can be displayed
and filtered. Concepts are extracted from
social media images.
EO & non-EO data fusion Road passability estimation
Satellite images are split and road
passability is estimated for each segment.
Satellite images analysed to detect flooded
regions and relevant tweets
are positioned on a map.
Objective Concept
openEO - openeo.org
A Common, Open Source Interface between Earth
Observation Data Infrastructures and Front-End
Applications
BETTER - ec-better.eu
Big-data Earth observation Technology and Tools
Enhancing Research and development
Perceptive Sentinel - perceptivesentinel.eu
BIG DATA knowledge extraction and
re-creation platform
CANDELA - candela-h2020.eu
Copernicus Access Platform Intermediate Layers
Small Scale Demonstrator
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