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This workshop, organized by EUMETSAT Ocean & Sea-Ice SAF, will be dedicated to the usage of numerical weather prediction for sea surface temperature retrieval by polar orbiters. The workshop agenda includes a validation session where Felyx concept will be presented. This is a good opportunity for our team to collect feedback from a EO data producer community who may have a strong interest in such a tool.

The 14th GHRSST Science Team Meeting (GHRSST XIV) will be held on 17-21 June 2013, hosted by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole (on Cape Cod), MA, USA. As the main gathering of all major actors in sea surface temperature retrieval and data production, it will be a great opportunity for Felyx project to touch base with high profile users and assess the project progress and achievements.

Felyx is a distributed system. Several instances of the system can be deployed at different places, each one operating on a specific set of data collections. They can interconnect to each other, in order for instance to intercompare data from different sources or different type of parameters. This page references the existing instances of Felyx.

Once Felyx becomes available to the user community, this page will provide the various ways for getting support to deploy and configure your own instance of the system.

Felyx is an open source software, mostly written in python for the backend and javascript for the front-end, and users are invited to contribute to the source code and extend the system capabilities. Once the initial version of the system is released, this section will be the entry point to all development resources.

 

The project objectives, progress and achievement will be presented to the user community through various opportunity workshops, seminars and conferences. This section summarizes the past and forthcoming events where we will be present.

The primary concept of Felyx is to work as an extraction tool, subsetting source data over predefined target areas (which can be static or moving) : these data subsets, and associated metrics, can then be accessed by users or client applications either as raw files, automatic alerts and reports generated periodically, or through a flexible web interface allowing for statistical analysis and visualization.

The Felyx project was successfully kicked off last week at ESA/ESRIN in Frascati.

felyx presented at GHRSST 14 meeting

felyx presented at GHRSST 14 meeting

28-06-2013

felyx project was presented to the 14th annual meeting of the GHRSST science team in Woodshole, MA on 18th June. As the original concept of felyx (high resolution diagnostic datasets) was developed in...

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felyx technical specifications are now available!

felyx technical specifications are now available!

10-06-2013

We are happy to make available to people having interest in felyx the Technical Specifications (TS) of the system. It is completed by a description of the system interfaces (ICD) and the list of produ...

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felyx reference baseline document is now available!

felyx reference baseline document is now available!

10-06-2013

We are happy to make available to people having interest in felyx the Reference Baseline of the project, i.e. the scientific and technical requirements baseline the project will rely on. The scope of ...

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Felyx user survey

Felyx user survey

05-02-2013

In the first phase of the project, Felyx team wants to touch base with the user community and to collect feedback to build the system requirements baseline. In that aim, we are releasing a user questi...

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Project kicked off!!

Project kicked off!!

28-01-2013

The Felyx project was successfully kicked off last week at ESA/ESRIN in Frascati.

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Felyx project contact : Jean-François Piollé at Ifremer (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ).

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