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Space helps forest regenerate

In Finland, conifers are not only the most common native species of tree, but economically the most important. Once the trees have been felled, seedlings are planted as part of the regeneration process. Read more here

TEPs @EO Open Science

 


There was a good amount of interest towards TEPs in the EO Open Science 2017 conference last week, and many demos and interesting discussions were held with the visitors. 

You can revisit TEPs session at the following link: 

https://livestream.com/ESA/OpenScience2017/videos/163370875

With the majority of TEPS now in the pre-operations phase we look forward for other opportunities to meet all interested users.

Forestry TEP enters pre-operations phase

Forestry TEP has now entered the pre-operations phase, providing initial services for Forest Change, Land Cover, Biomass and Vegetation Indices as well as interactive toolboxes. Data is available from Sentinel-1, Sentinel-2 and Landsat.

Two pilot projects will be executed for forest mapping with users in Mexico and Finland. For more information visit forestry-tep.eo.esa.int or contact forestry-tep@esa.int

 

Introduction to the Forestry TEP

The Forestry Thematic Exploitation Platform (F-TEP) vision is to be a one-stop shop for forestry remote sensing services for the academic and commercial sectors. The service offers access to pre-processed satellite and ancillary data, computing power, and software access and hosting. The Platform will also offer access to commercial software and services. Our aim is to evolve the Platform offering services provided by the European value adding SME's. The Platform is being built in a project commissioned by the European Space Agency and coordinated by VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland along with CGI IT UK, STFC UK, Spacebel from Belgium and Arbonaut from Finland.


The Forestry TEP brochure is available here.

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Coastal TEP is a continuing project dedicated to the observation of coastal environment and resources.