Copernicus Programme
and Sentinel Data for
Agriculture and
Forestry
GI2015
Dresden, 15. 9. 2015
Lenka Hladíková
CENIA, Cze...
1) Agriculture and forestry from satellite images
2) The Copernicus programme - an overview
3) Copernicus for agriculture ...
 getting the information:
• in a short time
• on larger areas
• on a regular basis
• not visible to human eyes
Main benef...
 wide use of the remote sensing data
and techniques:
Utilization of remote sensing data
4
meteorology
hydrology
geology
t...
 wide use of the remote sensing data
and techniques:
Utilization of remote sensing data
5Source: EEA
forestry
meteorology...
What we can identify from the images?
6
crop identification and
status
Source: EEA
soil moisture
delineation of the field
...
What we can identify from the images?
7Source: EEA, idnes.cz, www.protectadks.org
identification
of clearcuts
damage after...
Possible users
8Source: https://fldpi.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/farmer.jpg
farmers
local level
 farmers
 images with b...
Practical use on national level - example
9
Clear-cuts detection from the Landsat image used for
the national forest inven...
Introduction of Copernicus
10
 the EU Earth Observation and Monitoring
programme, previously known as GMES
 coordinated ...
Space component (ESA)
 Sentinel satellites
 Contributing missions
 Ground segment
Copernicus - 3 components
In-situ com...
 5 Sentinel missions (identical A and B units)
 various data parameters (multispectral or radar
data, different spatial ...
Sentinel satellites
Sentinel 1 Sentinel 2 Sentinel 3 Sentinel 4 Sentinel 5
characteristics
radar
mission
multispectral
hig...
https://sentinel.esa.int
information about
S1-S5
access to
satellite images
Sentinel
toolboxes
14
https://scihub.esa.int
Sentinel images
available after simple
registration
15
https://sentinel.esa.int/web/sentinel/
toolboxes
16
Sentinel toolboxes
 visualisation, processing and
analyzing of images...
17
Copernicus services for agriculture
Copernicus Land Monitoring
Service
 Corine Land Cover
 High Resolution Layers
 G...
 open data policy-> services and satellite images
provided for free for all users
 data and services available on regula...
Living Planet Symposium + CZ User Forum
 Living Planet Symposium - 9. - 13. May 2016 in Prague
 organized by ESA
 abstr...
Thank you for your
attention!
lenka.hladikova
@cenia.cz
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  1. 1. Copernicus Programme and Sentinel Data for Agriculture and Forestry GI2015 Dresden, 15. 9. 2015 Lenka Hladíková CENIA, Czech Environmental Information Agency Lenka Hladíková CENIA Department of Geoinformatics and Remote Sensing
  2. 2. 1) Agriculture and forestry from satellite images 2) The Copernicus programme - an overview 3) Copernicus for agriculture and forestry Outline 2
  3. 3.  getting the information: • in a short time • on larger areas • on a regular basis • not visible to human eyes Main benefits of remote sensing 3Source: http://cema-agri.org  advantages: • analyse of the current status or long-term trends • reduction of field surveys
  4. 4.  wide use of the remote sensing data and techniques: Utilization of remote sensing data 4 meteorology hydrology geology transport emergency management vegetation monitoring urban planning agriculture Source: EEA mapping forestry
  5. 5.  wide use of the remote sensing data and techniques: Utilization of remote sensing data 5Source: EEA forestry meteorology emergency management vegetation monitoring mapping transport agriculture hydrology urban planning geology
  6. 6. What we can identify from the images? 6 crop identification and status Source: EEA soil moisture delineation of the field boundaries  modelling of crop prediction  input for precision farming (irrigation, fertilizers etc.)
  7. 7. What we can identify from the images? 7Source: EEA, idnes.cz, www.protectadks.org identification of clearcuts damage after natural disasters forest type and structure or modelling of long- term trends
  8. 8. Possible users 8Source: https://fldpi.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/farmer.jpg farmers local level  farmers  images with better spatial resolution regional / global level  governments  control allocation of subsidies  grassland or forest management  support for shaping of national and EU agricultural policies public sector
  9. 9. Practical use on national level - example 9 Clear-cuts detection from the Landsat image used for the national forest inventory. Source: Forest Management Institute, Czech Republic
  10. 10. Introduction of Copernicus 10  the EU Earth Observation and Monitoring programme, previously known as GMES  coordinated by the European Commission in close cooperation with the European Space Agency  together with the Galileo programme (satellite navigation) forms the main pillar of the EU space policy  open data policy
  11. 11. Space component (ESA)  Sentinel satellites  Contributing missions  Ground segment Copernicus - 3 components In-situ component (EEA)  In-situ data for Copernicus services Services (European Commission)  Land  Atmosphere  Security  Emergency Management  Marine  Climate Change 11
  12. 12.  5 Sentinel missions (identical A and B units)  various data parameters (multispectral or radar data, different spatial and temporal resolution...) and possible utilization Space component 12
  13. 13. Sentinel satellites Sentinel 1 Sentinel 2 Sentinel 3 Sentinel 4 Sentinel 5 characteristics radar mission multispectral high resolution mission 4 sensors (multispectral, radar, microwave) of medium resolution multispectral geostationary mission for atmosphere monitoring multispectral polar orbit mission for atmosphere monitoring spatial resolution 5 – 40 m 10, 20, 60 m 300 – 500 m 8 km 5 – 15 km temporal* resolution 6 days 5 days 27 days 60 min 29 days launch date (A/B unit) April 2014 June 2015 November 2015 2018 2019 February 2016 March 2016 February 2017 2018 2027 13
  14. 14. https://sentinel.esa.int information about S1-S5 access to satellite images Sentinel toolboxes 14
  15. 15. https://scihub.esa.int Sentinel images available after simple registration 15
  16. 16. https://sentinel.esa.int/web/sentinel/ toolboxes 16 Sentinel toolboxes  visualisation, processing and analyzing of images  free download  opensource
  17. 17. 17 Copernicus services for agriculture Copernicus Land Monitoring Service  Corine Land Cover  High Resolution Layers  Global maps Corine Land Cover HRL - tree cover density, grassland global maps - LAI http://land.copernicus.eu
  18. 18.  open data policy-> services and satellite images provided for free for all users  data and services available on regular basis with short revisit time  sustainable data supply Main benefits of Copernicus 18 building of public services upon the Copernicus data and information cheaper services built upon satellite data wider use of the remote sensing data and techniques
  19. 19. Living Planet Symposium + CZ User Forum  Living Planet Symposium - 9. - 13. May 2016 in Prague  organized by ESA  abstract submission deadline: 16. October 2015  side event: Czech User Forum 19 http://lps16.esa.int http://www.konference- copernicus.cz/en/content/home
  20. 20. Thank you for your attention! lenka.hladikova @cenia.cz

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