As part of the ESA funding for GEP, team at EOST (Ecole et Observatoire des Sciences de la Terre) has integrated several processing services on GEP. You can read more on the GEP blog, from the following posts:
The MPIC-OPT (Multiple-Pairwise Image Correlation) service, for measuring horizontal surface displacements from time-series of optical satellite images. See also the GEP tutorial for the MPIC-OPT service.
The DSM-OPT (Digital Surface Models from optical stereo satellite images) service, for the generation of digital surface models and orthoimages from stereo- and tri-stereo satellite images acquired by the VHR Pléaides satellites. See also the GEP tutorial for the DSM-OPT service.
A new resource ALADIM is also being integrated, and is currently under validation tests. So stay tuned, we’ll publish more information soon about it.
People should use this group to share feedback on their use of the EOST optical services (MPIC, DSM-OPT, ALADIM) as part of their activities on the CNRS EOST community hosted on GEP, as well as to discuss improvements, suggestions and feature requests.