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PF-ASAR service integrates the latest version of the ESA operational ASAR L1 processor developed by MDA. The GUI of the service can be found here http://gpod.eo.esa.int/services/ASARPv2T/.


The Main Parameters panel and the Data Selection of the GUI are common features for all the G-POD services. For a generic guide about G-POD and the GUI of the services, please refer to the G-POD user manual http://wiki.services.eoportal.org/tiki-index.php?page=GPOD+User+Manual.

customised Processing parameters

The available datasets are:

  • ASA_APC_0P
  • ASA_APH_0P
  • ASA_APV_0P
  • ASA_IM__0P
  • ASA_WS_0P
  • CEOS

The Processing Parameters panel allows to select the processor type and the map projection to be used in the processing.


The following figure shows the GUI of the service PF-ASAR

Let us select on the Map an Area of Interest, start and stop dates usign the top-left configuration panel. After that proceed by choosing from the bottom drop-down menu the dataset to be queried. Run the query and select, by clicking on it, the product or the products to process

From the Main Parameters panel set the Task Caption, the Publish Server (Portal as default), the type of compression for the output results, the Computing Element which identifies the cluster where the task will run, and the priority to be assigned to the task submission.

Finally from the Processing Parameters panel in the bottom of the page select the Processor you want to run (the drop-down menu shows the available processors),

and the map projection. Flag the checkbox to include debug info in the output. Then click the button Process it!

The new created task will appear on the Workspace, from which it is possible to monitor it. Once the task is Completed a link will allow to directly download the results from the Portal.

From the Workspace (image above) clicking on the task caption the user is redirected to the processing page (below) where it is possible to see the processing chain progress and get more information about the execution.

Once the task is completed the user can download the results.

Contributors to this page: Roberto.Cuccu
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Page last modified on Thursday 05 of February 2015 09:36:37 CET by Roberto.Cuccu.