Exploitation of co-seismic DInSAR interferograms

2nd GeoHazards Challenge (GH2)

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Challenge Description

The Challenge Promoter is ETH Zürich (ethz.ch)

The goal of the Challenge is to exploit large sets of existing differential SAR interferograms in support of useful for visual data mining as well as to obtain training datasets for machine learning algorithms used for automatic identification of specific features.

One data pipeline was defined under this challenge:

Filtered DInSAR interferograms 
(Ref. ETHZ-01-02-01)

Results

The results below are divided into Software Repositories, Online Services and Data Products Repositories.
In case you would like to get in touch with us about specific results, please use the indicated reference codes (e.g. WFP-01-01-01).

 

Software Repositories

There are two categories of software repositories generated for the Challenge:

  • GitLab repositories are hosting the reference software code, for use by the team members of a challenge only (restricted access)
  • GitHub repositories are hosting the public software code (mirrors), for engagement and collaborative work with the broad community of software developers (public access)

Follow the links below to proceed to one or the other, and find an "Ellip Workflows (ewf)" software application implementing a data processing function.
You can adapt this software to your own context, commit a contribution to the related repository, or engage with the BETTER consortium to run it for a specific purpose (new area of interest, ...) by requesting Cloud resources to support (at) terradue.com

Description Software repository (private) Software repository (public mirror) Reference

Filtered DInSAR interferograms, by Terradue

The application selects (filters) existing interferograms, already generated and stored, starting from a catalogue input list defining date and time as well as coordinates of an earthquake events, in order to support user to document event records (event date, event magnitude, master image date, slave image date, fault length, coseismic deformation area, comment).

Resources: DLR InSAR Browse processor, ASCII file with coordinates of Earthquakes M>5 (or query with USGS API), ShakeMap from USGS.

For challenge team members only (authorized access)

https://gitlab.com/ec-better/eth-z/applications/ewf-ethz-01-02-01

For the developers' community (public access)

Upcoming

ETHZ-01-02-01

Data Processing as-a-Service

There are two categories of "Data Processing as-a-Service" application packages created for the Data Challenge:

  • Data Processing Pipelines are controlling full EO data production campaigns, for use by approved members of a challenge only (authorized access),
  • On-demand Processing Services are controlling individual EO data processing jobs, also for use by the approved members of a challenge only (authorized access).

Follow the links below to proceed to one or the other, via a dedicated Geobrowser application providing web access to one or the other of the Data Processing services.
You can engage with the BETTER consortium to request authorized access via support (at) terradue.com

Description Data Processing Pipeline (private) On-demand Processing Service (private) Reference

Exploitation of co-seismic DInSAR interferograms

Application packages for:

  • Filtered DInSAR interferograms  (Ref. ETHZ-01-01-01)

prepared for Cloud deployment as:

  • Data Processing Pipeline
  • On-demand processing service

For authorized users upon access request addressed to support (at) terradue.com. and after approval by WFP.

Geobrowser App access point (authorized access):

https://ellip.terradue.com/geobrowser/?id=wfp/triggers-ethz-app

A dedicated Geobrowser App configured to run and monitor EO data production campaigns based on the developed application packages.

Jupyter Notebook access point (authorized access):

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A dedicated Jupyter Notebook prepared to run and monitor EO data production campaigns based on the developed application packages.

For authorized users upon access request addressed to support (at) terradue.com. and after approval by WFP.

Geobrowser App access point (authorized access):

https://ellip.terradue.com/geobrowser/?id=wfp/processing-ethz-app
A dedicated Geobrowser App is configured to run and monitor individual EO data processing jobs based on the developed application packages.

ETHZ-01-02

Data Product Repositories

There is a dedicated client App publicly available for the visualization of the data products resulting from EO data processing challenges.

The results can consist of:

  • Validation data: small amount of data products generated for approval by the Challenge promoter
  • Production campaign data: full-time series/collection of data products answering the Challenge promoter question about Earth Observation data being used to help solve global societal challenges
Description  Catalog entries (public) Data product repository (public) Reference
  • Only validation data at this stage (Feb.2020)
  • AOIs: Central america, Europe, Middle East, Asia

For the developers' community (public access):

Catalog entry for data collection description
(OWS Context format): 

https://catalog.terradue.com/better-ethz-01-02-01/description


Catalog entry for data product search
(OWS Context format):

https://catalog.terradue.com/better-ethz-01-02-01/search

Filtered DInSAR interferograms results (public access):
https://ellip.terradue.com/geobrowser/?idx=better-ethz-apps/geohaz-datapipeline-app&token=6376280a-0ad9-4422-a9d0-e3b094c24b3b&context=datapipelines%2FFilteredDInSARinterferograms%2Fresults

 

 

ETHZ-01-02-01
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