This document is the definition of the architecture need for the PHIDIAS project. This document is the definition of the architecture need for the PHIDIAS project.
The common information model is at the heart of the implementation of the project's FAIR principles. It should ensure interoperable access and interdisciplinary understanding (beyond the silos of the Earth's compartments) of the data and data services proposed by
WP4, WP5 and WP6.
This document describes the first version of the Common Metadata Repository demonstrator for the PHIDIAS’ solution. This first version was released in March 2021.
The objective of this document is to describe the different use cases that will be developed within the framework of the PHIDIAS project. This analysis will ultimately make it possible to define the common system making it possible to carry out the processing operations and to exploit the data produced
D4.1.1 – Prototype processing tool, test datasets for non-regression, due to September 2020, has been successfully implemented by
SPASCIA and is currently used by the Consortium for the Action.
This document provides first iteration on the Workflow and product as defined and developed in WP4 of the PHIDIAS project. It provides the development status for the two WP4 proposed processings, as well as an example of the application of the S5P level 2 processing to a dedicated use case.
This deliverable presents the user guide (features, examples, etc.) for the pilot users developed by PHIDIAS HPC.
This deliverable showcase the work done on he automatic detection and geolocation of NO2 emission sources using solely S5PLevel 2 NO2 data.
This document provides the specifications and new requirements for long term archiving procedures within the scope of the “Ocean use case” defined and developed in WP6 of the PHIDIAS project. This version presents the use case context before detailing the technical requirements in order to present the main components to readers.
This document provides the specifications of the Data Storage of the “Ocean use case” defined and developed in WP6 of the PHIDIAS project. This version presents the use case context before detailing the technical requirements in order to present the main components to readers.
This document is the first iteration of the PHIDIAS Communication, Stakeholder and Dissemination Plan covering the period of M1-M18, which provides a guideline for internal communications between the PHIDIAS Management and Technical Boards entities and the project consortium and for external communications activities.
This document outlines the objectives and actions in the period up to February 2021 (M18). Its focus lies in optimising the communication, stakeholder and dissemination plan – second (2nd) versions in maximising social impact.