The PARSEC Big Data Toolbox allows mastering Earth Observation data and develop innovative services that enable better and faster business decision making. Its powerful, easy-to-use, open standards based datacube service unleashes the Copernicus archives for access, processing, analysis, fusion and visualization of any-size EO data.
Based on the award-winning, world-leading pioneer datacube engine, rasdaman, the Big Data Toolbox is integrated with the Mundi DIAS. Further, Mundi Datacubes are part of the EarthServer Datacube Federation, the world's largest location-transparent datacube federation of superscale data centers.
PARSEC is a business accelerator supporting the creation of new Earth Observation (EO) based products and services for the Food, Energy and Environment sectors. The accelerator targets SMEs, start-ups, entrepreneurs and researchers who want to have an impact on the emerging Food, Energy and Environment sectors. With the support of PARSEC, their ideas get developed into solutions fuelled by the benefits of EO.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824478.
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