SNAP COSMO-SkyMed DInSAR service for ground displacement mapping available on GEP

The SNAP COSMO-SkyMed DInSAR service for ground displacement mapping is the first service available on GEP that processes ASI COSMO-SkyMed radar data. The service is based on ESA’s open source toolbox, SentiNel Application Platform (SNAP).

The service uses as input pairs (master and slave) of COSMO-SkyMed Level-1A StripMap Single Look Complex (SLC) products and runs with a processing scheme that utilizes both SNAP command-line functionalities and Jupiter Notebooks. The majority of the processing parameters are fixed, with user defined parameters kept at the minimum. This serves optimum manipulation of data for most of the cases.

The outputs of the SNAP COSMO-Sky-Med DInSAR service include the geocoded wrapped differential interferogram and the corresponding coherence levels both in geographic Lat/Lon projection.


GEP SNAP COSMO-SkyMed DInSAR service – Interferometric phase results over a period of 16 days (2019-05-29 to 2019-05-13) over Naples, Italy.

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I am interested by this service, is it open to the users?