- Core Service Platform operated by ESA
- DestinE Data Lake managed bps EUMETSAT
- Digital Twins managed by ECMWF
"We are proud to be one of the trusted entities that will implement this important European initiative. Destination Earth will provide users with near-real-time data and insights into weather and climate, as well as seamless access to a multi cloud Data Lake infrastructure. CloudFerro was chosen as the industrial prime to build this infrastructure".
- says Lothar Wolf, Destination Earth Programme Manager at EUMETSAT
"We are very proud that EUMETSAT has chosen CloudFerro as the prime contractor to provide services for such an ambitious European initiative. We will contribute our technology, resources and know-how gained at many previous projects delivered for EUMETSAT and other leading European and national institutions, such as ESA, ECMWF or German Aerospace Agency DLR. Next to Copernicus Data Space Ecosystem, this is another large-scale European initiative that we are collaborating on, which demonstrates our capabilities to provide high quality scalable services of specialized cloud-based platforms".
– says Maciej Krzyżanowski, the CEO of CloudFerro.
CloudFerro provides the services of public, private and hybrid cloud computing and big data storage optimized for the processing of geo-located information to many renowned organisations. The company has been trusted by leading European firms and scientific institutions, including the European Space Agency (ESA), the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites EUMETSAT, the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), Mercator Ocean International, German Aerospace Centre (DLR), the EGI, to name a few.
CloudFerro contributes its unique know-how gained from many years’ experience as a developer and operator of Earth observation data platforms such as CREODIAS, CODE-DE, EO-Lab and WEkEO. The company also plays a key role in building and operating Copernicus Data Space Ecosystem – a recently launched initiative of the European Commission, which will include one of the largest public EO data repositories in the world.