Polar View is a member-based organization comprising service providers, government agencies, research institutes, system developers and universities from over nine countries across Europe and Canada. Using satellite earth observation data, in combination with sophisticated models and automatic tools, Polar View services include information about sea ice, icebergs, lake and river ice, snow cover and glaciers. Polar View is responsible for the implementation and development of Polar TEP, a virtual research platform for the polar community that is a central hub in the polar data ecosystem.
Sinergise builds large turn-key geospatial systems and is a leader in field of cloud computing and provision of platforms for the exploitation of EO and other geospatial data. Examples of their work include:
- Sentinel Hub – makes petabytes of Sentinel, Landsat, and other Earth observation imagery easily accessible for browsing, visualization and analysis.
- EO Browser – a mapping engine that uses WebGL and HTML5 technologies to perform visualization of spatial data in an efficient manner.
- Euro Data Cube – integrates the Sentinel Hub data and services with the xcube processing environment and libraries.
- Support for three DIAS platforms – CREODIAS, Mundi, and ONDA.
EOX is a geospatial engineering and service company that creates Open Source software and tools to allow people to consume geospatial data in the cloud and on the Web. EOX focuses on getting the most value out of the vast amount of the data acquired by Earth observation satellites by furnishing software and cloud infrastructure services to customers in geoscience and European government organizations.
British Antarctic Survey (BAS) delivers and enables world-leading interdisciplinary research in the Polar Regions. It delivers research that uses the Polar Regions to advance our understanding of Earth as a sustainable planet. Through its logistic capability, BAS facilitates access for the British and international science community to the UK polar research operations. BAS is a component of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC).
Angewandte Wissenschaft Software und Technologie GmbH (AWST - "Applied Science, Software and Technology") is a team of IT professionals and scientists with extensive experience in all stages of the software lifecycle. AWST focuses on software consultancy in fields such as nuclear safeguards, geophysical monitoring, and earth observation.
Science [&] Technology Corporation (S[&]T) creates R&D solutions for space, science and defence. They specialise in sensing and control systems, scientific data processing, intelligent software applications, and technical r&d consulting.
Earthwave is a data science company that uses remote sensing, data computing, and artificial intelligence to focus on understanding, predicting and preventing the effects of climate change. They deliver scientific research and processing algorithms using a wide range of satellite data and ground-based sensors for mapping ice trends, monitoring renewable energy systems, and making environmental data easily accessible and understandable. Earthwave’s novel approach to structuring spatial data allows fast slicing through space and time, facilitating ground-breaking big data solutions in the in the ever-evolving fields of Earth Observation, AI and computing.
VTT is the leading research and technology company in the Nordic countries, serving both private and public sectors. VTT provides a wide range of technology and applied research services for its clients, private companies, institutions, and the public sector in the domestic and international markets.
NRC is Canada's largest federal research and development organization. NRC partners with Canadian industry to take research impacts from the lab to the marketplace and to address some of the world's most pressing problems.
C-CORE provides innovative solutions in earth observation systems, ice engineering and geotechnical engineering, C-CORE has more than 45 years’ experience in the advancement of satellite remote sensing for environmental and industrial monitoring, marine surveillance, and natural resource management, particularly in the Arctic.
DMI provides meteorological knowledge and data within the Kingdom of Denmark, the Faroe Islands, and Greenland. DMI has been responsible for the systematic operational monitoring of the sea ice in the waters around Greenland for over 40 years.
FMI is a public research and service agency under the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Finland. FMI’s mandate is to produce reliable information on the state of the atmosphere and the sea to serve social, commercial, and scientific purposes.