SNAP Toolbox for Sentinel-1
- Date - March 8-9, 2016; Harwell
- Times - 9am - 3pm
- Cost - £650 (£550 for IEA Partners & Universities)
- Closing Date - Monday 29th February 2016
- Location - Satellite Applications Catapult, Harwell, Oxfordshire
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Learn to use the open source satellite data from the first of the Sentinel series, including all-weather images available day and night, able to monitor sea ice and icebergs, map marine oil spills and detect movements of the Earth’s surface.
This two-day course provides Synthetic Aperture Radar theory and hands-on use of the toolbox of the Sentinel-1 satellite. The Sentinel-1 satellites provide a wealth of open source data, with rapid dissemination, covering the globe every six days and carrying a C-band SAR.
This is a hands-on course with practical sessions in computing labs. Attendees should have familiarity with EO concepts such as calibration and/or awareness of common EO data issues necessary to go from a level-1 to a high-level product.
The first morning of the course will cover SAR theory including interferometry. The remainder of the course will be in a computing lab using the Sentinel-1 toolbox developed by the European Space Agency, processing data both via the interface and command line.
- Cost: £650 (£550 for IEA Partners & universities)
- Venue: Satellite Applications Catapult, Harwell, Oxfordshire
- Accommodation not included
- Closing date: February 29, 2016
To book or for more information, please email Vicky Lucas,
Training Development & Executive Education at firstname.lastname@example.org
“So much data is coming back from Sentinel-1 at fantastic resolutions – for free! When you know how to manage the easy-to-use graphical interface to manipulate the data to your requirements, you can interrogate every single pixel of that data and this course will show you how”
IEA Training Development Manager
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