Sentinel 3 for beginners

“As the most complex of all the Sentinel satellites, Sentinel-3A carries a suite of cutting-edge instruments to measure oceans, land, ice and atmosphere.” I haven’t used Sentinel 3 before; my preferred workhorse is Sentinel 2 and its multispectral data. I’m interested in the surface of the earth and its characteristics. Mapping features, classifying terrains and Read more about Sentinel 3 for beginners[…]

Extracting values from satellite imagery

Last week I wrote about using Earth Observation data without ever looking at a satellite image; extracting the values from an image and then presenting the data in an informative way. Using Earth Observation data without ever looking at a satellite image Just how easy is it to extract the values from images? Sentinel 2a Read more about Extracting values from satellite imagery[…]

Using Earth Observation data without ever looking at a satellite image

To enable a user to use space derived data without ever actually seeing a satellite image. To move from pixels to analytics. To break through the ‘that’s a nice image – but so what?’ barrier? To add value. I wrote about my thoughts on this last week; Six thinking hats of Earth Observation the need to Read more about Using Earth Observation data without ever looking at a satellite image[…]

Six thinking hats of Earth Observation

I have been reading Edward de Bono’s Six Thinking Hats – “Run better meetings, make faster decisions”. Having not come across this book before I have become increasingly drawn into this idea of the hats and their associated ways of thinking. The idea is that you put on one of these hats at a time Read more about Six thinking hats of Earth Observation[…]