CODE-DE is part of Germany's geoinformation strategy and provides easy and efficient access to remote sensing data, a virtual working environment for processing these data and extensive information material and training to support users. The CODE-DE Cloud stands for:
CODE-DE has been providing easy access to data from the Copernicus Mission since 2017. Especially for authorities and their contractors, the CODE-DE Cloud offers contingents for free access to satellite data and to the efficient processing environment. The allocation of the contingents is done on request and is prioritised according to user categories if necessary.
Companies can use CODE-DE via a 3-month test contingent (category 4) for data processing and to gain experience with Docker images, for example. These can easily be transferred to other platforms, such as the DIAS platforms.
On behalf of the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI), the German Space Agency at DLR has commissioned the companies CloudFerro and Pixely Technologies to operate and further develop the CODE-DE Cloud from April 1, 2020 and to establish a link to the European EO platform CREODIAS.
Your contact person for CODE-DE:
German Space Agency