COPERNICUS SERVICES: TURNING DATA INTO INFORMATION
Atmospheric Surveillance: The Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) provides continuous data and information on atmospheric composition. The service describes the current situation, forecasts the situation a few days in advance and consistently analyzes the retrospective data records of recent years. The Copernicus atmosphere monitoring service supports many applications in a variety of domains including health, environmental monitoring, renewable energy, meteorology and climatology.
Marine environmental monitoring: The Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS) provides regular and systematic reference information on the physical state, variability and dynamics of marine and marine ecosystems for the global ocean and European regional seas. Observations and forecasts produced by the service support all marine applications.
Land monitoring: The Copernicus land monitoring service provides geographic information on land cover and related variables such as vegetation status or water cycle. It supports applications in a variety of domains such as land management and distribution, forest monitoring, water management, agriculture and food security, and more.
Emergency service: The Copernicus Emergency Management Service (Copernicus EMS) provides all actors involved in the management of natural disasters, man-made emergency situations and humanitarian crises with timely and accurate geospatial information derived from satellite remote sensing and Completed by on-site or open data sources. Copernicus EMS consists of a mapping component and an early warning component.
Security: Copernicus’s security applications service aims to support European Union policies by providing information in response to Europe’s security challenges. It improves crisis prevention, preparedness and response in three key areas: border surveillance, maritime surveillance and support for EU external action.