The Geohazards TEP (GEP) is a cloud platform developed and operated by Terradue, a leading company in delivering e-Infrastructures for earth sciences.
GEP provides a rich set of ready to use EO Data processing services for geohazards analysis and monitoring.
GEP aims to support the exploitation of satellite EO (Earth observation) for geohazards.
One of the core user communities of the GEP is the group of users and practitioners working on the CEOS Seismic Hazards Pilot, a three-year demonstration project of the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) to showcase how satellite EO can be applied to seismic hazard research. Another scientific community using the platform is EPOS, the European Plate Observing System, a long-term plan to facilitate integrated use of data, data products, and facilities from distributed research infrastructures for solid Earth science in Europe.
Free access to basic services (EO datasets discovery and access) upon registration.
Free access to EO data processing services upon platform operator approval.
GEP is using EGI Cloud Compute services. This new capacity is contributing to GEP’s mission of helping their users to run near real-time processing of satellite data acquisitions. The resources used by GEO are committed via a Service Level Agreement with the following EGI data centres: 100% IT (UK), CESGA (Spain), CYFRONET-CLOUD (Poland), HG-09-Okeanos-Cloud (GRNET, Greece), RECAS-BARI (Italy), GoeGrid (Germany).