CODE-DE offers a variety of support for users. For example, different online training courses are provided on a regular basis. Within the section "Training" on the help page the presentation slides can be downloaded shortly after the respective event. Additionally, there is a link to the recordings of the individual trainings. Beyond the training dates published here, CODE-DE users can also request individual dates in their own premises.
The CODE-DE support service also includes online available information such as manual, FAQ, glossary and a growing library of e-learning modules. A German and English speaking helpdesk is available by e-mail and telephone (on weekdays from 9:00 - 17:00). If you have any questions or would like assistance in registering on CODE-DE or applying for an online training seminar, please contact us.
From now on CODE-DE offers a moderated User Forum for the exchange between the users. Registered CODE-DE users can read and comment on other users' posts and start their own discussions. The "News" section, on the other hand, is visible to all users, regardless of whether they are registered on CODE-DE or not.
Using the example of the greening catch crops of the EU's Common Agricultural Policy, Ms Ackermann, Mr Braumann and Mr Klinke explain the use of Coperncius data for testing measure areas and monitoring changes in use. The timeStamp application enables authorities and interested users to obtain area-specific inspection information for field inspections or other on-site visits, or to identify changes in use by means of index time series.
Time: 13:30 Uhr
Duration: 60 minutes
Areas of application for timeStamp
The control of area-related measures in agricultural promotion and nature conservation is currently mostly carried out through time-consuming and cost-intensive physical on-site inspections. By using sentinel satellite data, agricultural and nature conservation authorities should be able to reduce these controls in the area of area monitoring in the future. In addition to the lack of suitable infrastructure for data retrieval, analysis and thematic evaluation of remote sensing data, the lack of processing capacities for the large amounts of data delays the integration of satellite data into the workflows of administrative authorities.
The timeStamp application was developed as part of the DLR funding programme 'Development and implementation preparation of Copernicus services for public use in Germany' and made available to users on CODE-DE. GFZ, LUP, JKI, RLP AgroScience, TU-Berlin and Thünen Institute are involved in the development.
The web application is designed as a platform into which different application modules can be integrated. The modular structure of the application allows for an adaptable extension of functions and integration into the internal infrastructure of the authority. The scope of functions and performance of the system are freely expandable due to the modular structure. Targeted analyses and checks of any kind can be programmed and integrated into the infrastructure in the future without great effort via a plug-in system.
Registered participants will receive the access data for the webinar one day before the event. If you have not received the access data by the day of the training, please call CODE-DE Support on: +49 89 121 910 90
Using the example of the creation of cloud-free Sentinel-2 data at county level, it is shown how elastically scalable data processing can be realised with Kubernetes on CODE-DE.
The LGLN (Landesamt für Geoinformation und Landesvermessung Niedersachsen) wants to simplify access to Sentinel-2 data for other state authorities – and beyond. The developed product "Cloud-free Sentinel-2 counties" allows a very uncomplicated access to the latest cloud-free Sentinel-2 images and data products derived from them.
In the first part of the webinar, Dr. Jonas Bostelmann will present how the data for all districts, counties and independent cities in Germany are automatically generated and what options there are for retrieving the data or integrating it into your own applications.
In the second part of the webinar, Maik Fischer will go into detail about the technical implementation and show the optimal use of CODE-DE resources with Kubernetes.
Time: 13:30h - 16:30h
30 min (part 1) + 90 min (part 2)
This webinar is aimed at people interested in CODE-DE who are already using ArcGIS Pro and would also like to integrate it into the CODE-DE environment.
Duration: 60 minutes
Lecturers: Dr Michael Schmidt, Ms Patricia Salort y Gerber, Mr Ralf Schüpferling
Note: The webinar will be held by ESRI using the Zoom video conferencing tool. We will post the link to the webinar registration on the ESRI website as soon as it is available.
CODE-DE is more than just Sentinel data. It is a Frankfurt-hosted cloud platform for authorities and organisations that provides fast and direct access to an infrastructure. It consists of state-of-the-art hardware, data and software components.
With virtual machines on which ArcGIS Pro has already been set up, authorities can work directly on huge amounts of data with high performance, without the need for a complicated data download.
In this webinar we will introduce the CODE-DE platform and give an overview of the available infrastructure, the Esri technology ArcGIS Pro and the ArcGIS Image Analyst. We use highly topical examples to show how drastically the forest in the Harz has changed in the past two years.
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One focus of the webinar "AI extension - overview and first user experiences" will be on examples and application scenarios on CODE-DE.
Time: 13:30 (CET)
Duration: approx. 60 min
Registered participants will receive further information about the webinar by email.
At this year's event on the topic of "Product4Practice - Remote Sensing between Research and Transfer" in Halle, the CODE-DE team will also be represented with a workshop.2022-09-23
The new podcast "Inside Copernicus" is about the different areas of application of satellite data. Current examples are used to show where Copernicus is already being used successfully today.2022-08-31
Based on a report by ESA, the European Commission has announced that the Sentinel-1B mission is lost and deorbiting will be prepared. The satellite has already stopped delivering data since 23.12.2021.2022-08-01
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