FREE SAR DATA FOR RESEARCH

Receive ICEYE SAR Data Through ESA Earthnet

How to Apply GuideSubmit Proposal to ESA external_link

Free ICEYE SAR data available for research, science, and EO-based applications

ICEYE is providing its SAR satellite data via ESA’s Earthnet Third Party Mission (TPM), Through this programme, ESA allows free-of-charge access to ICEYE’s SAR data for scientific research and Earth Observation (EO) based application development.

 

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HOW TO APPLY GUIDE

SUBMIT PROPOSAL TO ESA external_link

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What Data Can I get FROM Iceye?

Researches gain access to ICEYE's archive and can order new data acquisitions. ICEYE data is available in Single Look Complex (SLC) and Ground Range Detected (GRD) processing levels in the following imaging modes:

  • Stripmap (3x3 meter)
  • Spotlight (1x1 meter)
  • Spotlight High (0.5x0.25 meter)

The technical characteristics and global coverage of the ICEYE products provide extremely valuable inputs for a variety of studies and application developments. The data can be used to develop new services and products for sectors such as mining, maritime, agriculture, and forestry. It is also well-suited for change detection on ground and water surfaces, assessment of damages caused by natural catastrophes, and monitoring of infrastructure integrity. 

 

 

WHO CAN get FREE DATA FROM Iceye?

In the scope of ESA's Announcement of Opportunity, any interested user is eligible for accessing the ICEYE archive and new tasking products, thus contributing to the assessment of the ICEYE SAR satellite data usefulness for scientific and R&D activities. To get the data, an individual must submit a proposal to ESA for ICEYE data until the end of October, 2020.

HOW TO APPLY FOR FREE DATA GUIDE

Read our full guide on how to place a proposal and get free-of-charge data from the ICEYE SAR satellite constellation

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