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Testing the Interoperability of Sentinel 1 Analysis Ready Data Over the United Kingdom

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Catapult Co-Authors: Daniel Wicks, Thomas Jones, Cristian Rossi

To access the valuable information contained within Earth observation data, users are required to undertake a series of complex pre-processing steps to turn the data from a ‘raw’ unprocessed format into a state that can be analysed. and remove barriers to access the concept of ARD has been proposed to improve opportunities for exploitation. This paper seeks to explore whether true interoperability can be achieved for Sentinel 1 data through the application of a standardised set of pre-processing steps.

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Cristian Rossi
Principal Earth Observation Specialist
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