This study aims to consolidate the application needs and the observation requirements for future operational L-band SAR missions, as well as to define the corresponding preliminary mission and technical requirements. The study encompassses the whole chain from the definition of a mission goal to the final plannning of a mission with the spacecraft. As the study is launched for 15 months the analysis can be done only on a basis of a first order assessment of the complete chain.
Project Team: DLR / HR (PI), DLR / IMF, ENVEO Environmental Earth Observation IT GmbH, Univ. Oslo, Univ. Leeds, GAMMA, IFREMER, Univ. Alicante, DTU Space, GMV, OHN, Airbus Defence.
The aim of the CryoTop Evolution is to generate L2, L3 and L4 products over the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets from swath processing of CryoSat SARIn mode data.
Project Team: University of Edinburgh (PI), University of Leeds, isardSAT, ENVEO
Development of Pan-European Multi-Sensor Snow Mapping Methods Exploiting S-1.
Project Team: ENVEO Environmental Earth Observation IT GmbH (PI), Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI), Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE), University of Zurich, NORUT.
ESA SEOM, Contract 4000118763.
Scientific evaluation of mission concepts for snow mass and other cryosphere parameters.
Project Team: Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) (PI), ENVEO, German Aerospace centre (DLR), Gamma Remote Sensing AG, Institute of Applied Physics (IFAC), Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC).
ESA Contract 4000118310.
Project Team: Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) (PI), ENVEO Environmental Earth Observation IT GmbH, Institute of Applied Physics (IFAC), Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC), Northumbria University, CORES Science and Engineering (CORES), University of Edinburgh.
Estimation of the freshwater budget of the Arctic Ocean using Earth Observation and In-situ Data.
Project Team: DTU(PI), ENVEO and LEGOS.
The overall goal of the High Resolution SAR Algorithms for Mass Balance and Dynamics of Calving Glaciers (SAMBA) project is to advance the utilization of high resolution SAR sensors for better understanding of flow dynamics and processes of ice/climate interactions of calving glaciers and for reducing the uncertainties in mass balance of calving glaciers and on their current sea level contributions in regions of high climate sensitivity. This work is based on data of the TanDEM-X and TerraSAR-X missions.
Project Team: German Aerospace centre (DLR) (PI), ENVEO Environmental Earth Observation IT GmbH.
ENVEO is partner in the Ice Sheets CCI Project, which is part of the Climate Change Initiative of ESA. ENVEO is leading the ice velocity product (ice sheet wide and time series for major ice streams) and is contributing to the grounding line production from SAR data.
Data sets are made available through ENVEO's CryoPortal (http://cryoportal.enveo.at)
ENVEO is partner in the Ice Sheets CCI Project, which is part of the Climate Change Initiative of ESA. ENVEO is leading the time series of calving fronts and grounding lines of major outlet glaciers of Greenland. ENVEO is further leading the production of ice sheet wide ice velocity maps from Sentinel-1 data, as well as high-resolution time series of ice velocity for the margins of the Greenland ice sheets.
Products are provided through the ENVEO CryoPortal (http://cryoportal.enveo.at).
ESA STSE Project investigates the capabilities and limitations of the current CryoSat2 SARIn processor for mapping mountain glaciers.
Project Team: University of Edinburgh (PI), Mullard Space Science Laboratory of the University College London (MSSL), ENVEO Environmental Earth Observation IT GmbH, and IsardSAT