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Exploitation Platforms Open Architecture released

The first version of the Exploitation Platforms Open Architecture has been released. You can find it on this website document repository (for registered users, under the "Public/Exploitation Platforms Open Architecture 1.0" folder) or download it directly from this link.

The Exploitation Platforms Open Architecture is a joint effort of all the Thematic Exploitation Platforms to produce an high-level architecture for the building of an Exploitation Platform, based on Open Source Software components and Open Interfaces. The document is released under CC BY-SA license, freely usable for commercial and non-commercial use.

TEPs at Big Data from Space

If you are attending Big Data from Space make a note of the following speakers:
 
S. Clerc (Coastal TEP) : Big Data and Tools, the Thematic Exploitation Platform Concept (Day 1)
This paper attempts to provide some best practices for the design of Earth Observation (EO) data exploitation services, collected from the observation of successful realization and trends. On-line exploitation, in particular through dedicated thematic platforms, is considered a key concept to allow common users to harness the power of Big Data in Earth Observation.

S. Pinto (ESA lead architect) : Exploitation Platforms Open Architecture (Day 2)
This presentation will summarise the status of the TEP architecture, discussing the lesson learnt from the single TEP projects and the current Exploitation Platform Open Architecture draft. It will also present the status of the standardization work of the Exploitation Platform interfaces, performed in close connection with the HMA working group and the plans for the evolution of the Exploitation Platforms harmonization activity.

R. Tergueff (Forestry TEP) : Services and User Support on the Forestry Thematic Exploitation Platform (Day 2)
The F-TEP services cater for users with varying familiarity with EO data and processing. Each user group is supported by providing an interface that they feel comfortable working with, and which helps them to achieve their goals for forestry data products with ease. As users grow with expertise and confidence and want to pursue more complex tasks, they can proceed to unlock new functionalities. With this model, F-TEP can act as a learning platform as well.

 

VIDEO
The Geohazards TEP enables the use of satellite Earth observation data to support the user community.