Practice your GIS and Earth Observation skills on the cloud
The CloudEO Workbench gives you pay-per-use access to a powerful virtual desktop configured for geoprocessing. You can connect through your browser and perform your remote sensing and GIS workflows with the same look and feel as in your current desktop environment.
With CloudEO Workbench you can save time and costs and you can easily publish your results. It can be connected to data archives and comes with readily installed remote sensing and GIS software of your choice ( QGIS, GAIA or ESA Sentinel Toolbox, R language, ORFEO tool box, Geoserver, GRASS-SAGA, PolSARPro, Pyhton, PostgreSQL/PostGIS). You can use COTS software and a wide range of GeoData as a Service on a pay-per-use basis. You pay only for data, software and IT as long as you need them. If you want to use your own data or software, simply upload them into your private workspace and combine them with the pre-installed software on CloudEO Workbench.
Once your workbench is ready, you will get your personal login details from CloudEO service team. These credentials allow you to access your workbench from any device through your web-browser. You will also be able to upload your own data onto your workbench and install your own software.
1 month access to CloudEO Workbench. By the time it expires you will need to renew the subscription. After your purchase you get 15% discount to our online courses
Upload own data. Use any type of software to transfer your data to the VM. Your data are secure with CloudEO Workbench
DaaS - Data as a Service. Access directly vast amount of EO data without the need to download them. Upon request
Publish results as OGC web service
Checkout results as file
Archiving of workbench. For 1 year
Secure private account
Daily backup of workbench. 3 backup versions kept
4 CPU (cores)
150 GB Workbench storage
16 GB RAM
250 GB Attached network storage
Win 7, 64 bit Operating system
An individually configured workbench is available on demand. You can select between different options for: CPU, RAM, GPU, HDD/SSD, NAS, OS (Linux/Windows)
QGIS. QGIS is a free and open-source cross-platform desktop geographic information system application that supports viewing, editing, and analysis of geospatial data
Geoserver. GeoServer is an open-source server written in Java that allows users to share, process and edit geospatial data. Designed for interoperability, it publishes data from any major spatial data source using open standards
GRASS-SAGA. SAGA GIS System for Automated Geoscientific Analyses is Open Source (GPL) all purpose GIS system but mainly focused on terrain analysis.
ESA SNAP. Sentinel Application Platform SNAP is an open source common architecture for ESA Toolboxes ideal for the exploitation of Earth Observation data.
ORFEO Toolbox. Orfeo ToolBox (OTB) is an open-source project for state-of-the-art remote sensing. Built on the shoulders of the open-source geospatial community, it can process high resolution optical, multispectral and radar images at the terabyte scale.
PolSARPro. PolSARPro is an ESA open source toolbox for polarimetric SAR data processing and education. The software handles dual polarisation and full polarisation data from a wide range of SAR space and airborne missions.
Python. Python features a dynamic type system and automatic memory management. It supports multiple programming paradigms, including object-oriented, imperative, functional and procedural, and has a large and comprehensive standard library
R Language. R is a programming language and free software environment for statistical computing and graphics that is supported by the R Foundation for Statistical Computing
PostgreSQL Postgis. PostGIS provides spatial objects for the PostgreSQL database, allowing storage and query of information about location and mapping.
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