June 1st, 2010
Earth observation is a well suited tool to monitor our changing world. The corresponding geo-information products support the investigation and understanding of the processes causing and resulting from the change. In this context, the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) intend to jointly stimulate the scientific utilization of Earth Observation by providing data acquired by their national missions RADARSAT-2 and
This opportunity, announced June 1st 2010, was open to German and Canadian Investigators and focused on the synergistic evaluation of both sensors for basic and applied R&D on algorithms, methods and applications. Bidders with accepted proposal will have access, free of charge, to CSA and DLR images. The deadline for proposal submission was September 24, 2010.
Submitted proposals are currently being evaluated.
You may consult the list of all the supported SOAR-DLR projects and learn more about this initiative in this report :
SOAR-DLR Report (PDF document)
For more information on this SOAR-DLR initiative, please contact:
SOAR Coordination Office
Canadian Space Agency
6767 Route de l'Aéroport
Saint-Hubert, Quebec J3Y 8Y9