Data & Access

Image: The EnMAP Data Access Portal

The Data Access Portal in general include two major entry points: the EnMAP Instrument Planning Portal and the EOWEB® GeoPortal.

The EnMAP Instrument Planning Portal enables user registration, the submission of user proposals, and the planning and submitting of future orders. The EOWEB® GeoPortal enables access to the full EnMAP Data archive. Thus, each user can get access to EnMAP data using two different order options:

  • On the one hand the user can submit future order requests through the EnMAP Instrument Planning. This portal includes amongst others the submission of proposals for all scientific users responding to an Announcement of Opportunity (AO) and providing planning support of observation requests allowing submission of future orders.
  • On the other hand, the already acquired EnMAP data can be searched, processed, and ordered based on the catalog from the archive of the German Satellite Data Archive (D-SDA) through the EOWEB® GeoPortal.

Product Levels

During the operational phase, the following EnMAP data products will be delivered to the user community: Product Level 1B, Product Level 1C, and Product Level 2A. Please, note that the raw data and the subsequent Level 0 products are not available to the user community. This section provides a short definition of these products, while a more detailed description can be found in Guanter et al. (2015) and Kaufmann et al. (2016).

Level 0 Processor (ENMAP.HSI.L0)

The transcription processor de-compresses and collects information from different data streams, extracts and interprets information, performs screening, generates image tiles, adds data quality information

Output Processor (ENMAP.HSI.Output)

The output processor generates the final image product and masks as well as the metadata and history files.

Typically, Level 0 products will be in the archive within 2 days after completion of the corresponding downlink, and processing and delivery of Level 1B, Level 1C and Level 2A products are to be conducted within a maximum of 5-8 days. Thereby, the user can choose the image format (BSQ, BIL BIP, JPEG2000 or GeoTIFF). The metadata is always in Extensible Markup Language (XML) format.

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