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UKSA CDSSG – Task: 5 Cost estimation of routine climate processing system activity. By Kevin Halsall and Alex Hayward, Telespazio VEGA UK Ltd
Round-up of the current landscape, 24-05-2016. This document describes what is currently available to the end user community for online access and visualisation of climate data.
This strategy has been produced to address the above IGS recommendation. It focuses on the role of IGS Climate Services reportinformation suppliers in the delivery of climate and climate-related services.
This meeting’s purpose was to summarise the findings of the group to date, and provide recommendations to the UKSA for steps to implement the “seamless supply chain” for climate data from space.