Welcome to EnMAP
The German Spaceborne Imaging Spectrometer Mission
The Environmental Mapping and Analysis Program (EnMAP) is a German hyperspectral satellite mission that aims at monitoring and characterising Earth’s environment on a global scale. EnMAP measures and models key dynamic processes of Earth’s ecosystems by extracting geochemical, biochemical and biophysical parameters that provide information on the status and evolution of various terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. For more information about the main objectives and the status have a look at the mission page.
Announcement of national call for the EnMAP Mission Exploitation Program „Entwicklung innovativer Methoden und Dienste zur anwendungsorientierten Nutzungsvorbereitung der EnMAP-Mission“published on July 15, 2021
Details of the national call can be found here.
EnMAP-Box Workshop 2021published on June 07, 2021
The next EnMAP-Box workshop will be held online on 21-23 June, 2021. The workshop aims to demonstrate the current state of the EnMAP-Box by way of presentations, live demos with Q&A and self-paced tutorials.
Registration for up to 250 participants is now open at the workshop website.
Find more details here
[CLOSED] Call for EnMAP Scientific Advisory Group (EnSAG) – Application working grouppublished on April 21, 2021
In preparation of the EnMAP launch, the EnSAG is currently restructured into two different working groups:
- A validation working group (VWG) on mission performance, calibration and validation (already constituted),
- An application working group (AWG) on mission scientific exploitation and application.
Terms of references (TOR) for the EnSAG AWG
The call is closed.
EnMAP-Box Version 3.7 releasedpublished on November 05, 2020
A new version of the EnMAP-Box is now available. The EnMAP-Box is a QGIS plug-in for the visualisation and processing of hyperspectral data. The new version includes product readers for EnMAP L1B, L2C and L2A, PRISMA L2D and DESIS L2A images and a first version of Spectral Math in the QGIS Expression Builder. A list of all improvements can be found in the changelog.