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What is the project about?

The overall goal of the project is to develop and operate a new centralised software infrastructure – DataHub – to provide a new ‘single point’ of access for UK EO data offerings from distributed public and commercial centres.  

By providing a single point, the objective is to provide a standard common set of services and APIs upon which new EO services and tools can be developed and accessed by the UK EO data community. This pathfinder project will bring new thinking and experimental developments that will result in practical services for users in a short period of time. 

By the end of the project, we expect to have a community of researchers, industry and government working together to provide earth observation data in new and innovative ways.  The scope of the project covers all earth observation data for the UK.

Read more about the aims and target audiences of the EO DataHub

Who is working on the project? 

The EODH project team provide oversight and management of a consortium of experts from across research and the commercial sector.

The project brings together a strong team of partners from across the public sector:  

Lead industrial partners

Project Funding

When will the project start/end?

February 2023 to March 2025 

Who funded the project?

Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) through the  Department of Science Innovation and Technology Earth Observation Investment programme .

£9.93 million was awarded to the lead organisation: National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO)