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The Data Cube Approach hopes to provide satellite information for all types of users via easy, low-cost access to calibrated and corrected data.

The Data Cube Approach hopes to provide satellite information for all types of users via easy, low-cost access to calibrated and corrected data.

There are many barriers to accessing and applying satellite data, such as the cost and complexity of transmission, handling and storage as well as the need to calibrate and process large volumes of imagery from multiple satellites. To decrease these difficulties, the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) released a video explaining the benefits of new architectures for managing Earth-observation data.

The video features work done in Australia to develop the Australian Geoscience Data Cube, which demonstrated a new Big Data analytics approach to bridge the gap among EO providers and end users.

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