Temporary unavailable User Interface

Dear Users, due to a server error, the User Interface of the platform is currently not reachable. The technical team is fixing the issue with highest priority. Backend services are still stable in the background. Please excuse the disturbance.

ECOSTRESS data available

Starting in March 2021, the Food Security TEP will host data of the European Ecostress Hub project realized by Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology. Data is made publicly available, more details on the data access are here. Click here for more information on the NASA ECOSTRESS sensor and the European Ecostress Hub project.

New Food Security TEP platform version 1.9.0

In November 2020, a major update of the Food Security TEP has been released, resulting in platform version 1.9.0.

Some highlights of the latest version are:

  • The platform is now able to handle creation of collections of remote data
  • Security improvements

Moreover, the following improvements are avilable ro users now:

  • GUI app usability improvement
  • Explorer tab visualization functionalities
  • Databasket functionalities improvements
  • job panel functionalities improvements
  • metadata propagation

 

Unexpected maintenance 21.07.2020

Currently we are experiencing issues with the EO-SSO authentication for the portal. Our support team is working on it. Please stay tuned until further notice. Please excuse the inconvenience!

Scheduled maintenance May 2020

Dear user, Starting from Monday, May 18th 06:00 UTC we will be upgrading our platform and processing services. The upgrade will take up to five days, so services will resume the latest on Friday, May 22nd 18:00 UTC. Yet, we are glad to announce that the updated version of the platform software will greatly improve platform services for operations. We are sorry for any inconvenience. Please let us know, if you encounter any issues during or after the upgrade. Best regards, Food Security TEP Support Team support@foodsecurity-tep.net

9th ESA Training Course: Agriculture material available online

The 9th ESA Advanced Training Course on Land Remote Sensing with the focus on Agriculture has been hosted by Université catholique of Louvain during the week of 16-20/09/2019 (see program). This course was dedicated to training the next generation of Earth Observation scientists and experts from agriculture and food security related agencies to exploit data from EO missions (e.g. the Copernicus Sentinels) for science and applications development in the domain of agriculture. With 94 participants (73 students and scientists as well as 21 experts from national and international agencies) coming from 35 different countries, this course has been a big success. In addition to ESA staff, 8 European professors and international experts introduced concepts and shared practical applications.

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