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The Swedish National Space Board (SNSB) has accepted the delivery of the Copernicus Data Hub from Spacemetric.
The Copernicus Data Hub, referred as SWEA, is a system in Sweden for long-term storage and distribution of imagery from the Sentinel satellites of the European Copernicus programme for Earth Observation. Following the successful acceptance, Spacemetric is seeking new ways of introducing the Copernicus Data Hub in other countries as well as adapting it for the upcoming DIAS procurement from ESA.
The SWEA system is operated by Spacemetric and is deployed in a cloud environment provided by Interoute. It has a high availability and is scalable to meet both the growing volumes of Copernicus data and the expanding user community.
In accordance with the SWEA project plan, the delivery was achieved seven months from the contract start.
“Arguably, SWEA is the most functionally rich Collaborative Ground Segment yet implemented, and we are very pleased to have reached this acceptance with SNSB.” Mikael Stern, Spacemetric CEO