One of the best – if not the best – web tools for assessing, processing and acquiring satellite imagery I’ve ever used/tested so far: LandViewer by EOS Inc.
Currently you can choose between multispectral data sets of Landsat-8 and Sentinel-2:
Filtering images by date, cloudiness, sun elevation and coverage goes fast and easy:
The best part: You can view different band combinations respectively different indices like NDVI/NDWI/NDSI or even calculate your own index:
Processing and downloading data is super fast and for free.
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The Landviewer is an amazing tool! However what I don’t like is that a registration is required for the download.
The Sentinel AWS Portal: http://sentinel-pds.s3-website.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/image-browser/ (in production with Sinergise)
and the wrapper platform from remote-pixel: https://remotepixel.ca/projects/satellitesearch.html
are good alternatives as well.
Martin 6 years ago
The Sinergise Image Browser is also fast and easy to use for visualisation. But can you really download RAW data without registration?
Simon 6 years ago
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