The National Integrated Earth Observation Data Sharing Platform (China GEOSS-DSNET, hereinafter referred to as the sharing platform) is a sharing platform of integrated Earth observation data resources, which is led by the National Remote Sensing Center and established by more than 10 major domestic satellite data centers, scientific research institutions and enterprises, and is operated and maintained by the Institute of Space and Space Information of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The sharing platform realizes the interconnection with all domestic public welfare satellites, some commercial satellite data centers and foreign high-quality remote sensing data centers, and provides users with one-stop data access services. At the 14th plenary session of GEO in October 2017, Vice Minister Huang Wei, the co chairman of GEO China, together with the other three co chairmen of the United States, the European Union and South Africa, and the director of the GEO Secretariat, jointly launched an English website of the sharing platform, which officially provides services to the international community. At present, the sharing platform is also the data service portal of China GEO Integrated Earth Observation Data Sharing and the National Earth Observation Science Data Center. Under the guidance of the National Remote Sensing Center, the Aerospace Information Innovation Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences is responsible for operation and maintenance. The amount of data resources has increased rapidly, and the total amount of data resources has reached 2.5PB.
China GEO Disaster Data Response (CDDR) is an international disaster relief service that the sharing platform tried to carry out in 2016 according to the principles of GEO data sharing and management. It aims to use space-based observation resources dominated by Chinese satellites to carry out international major disaster emergency rescue work, and support and maintain China's influence and leadership in the field of GEO disaster reduction. Since 2016, CDDR has successively provided rapid mapping and data product emergency rescue services for 26 major disasters such as earthquakes, floods, typhoons, tsunamis, dam breaks, and volcanic eruptions in 24 countries, including New Zealand, Mexico, Iran, Iraq, Greece, Laos, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Uzbekistan, Lebanon, Colombia, and Croatia, and has obtained 23 satellites and more than 530 remote sensing images at home and abroad, 12 issues of relevant thematic products were produced, which were listed by GEO as one of the world's top nine disaster data contributors (the only one in Asia), and selected into GEO's annual highlight work report for three consecutive years
National Remote Sensing Center of the Ministry of Science and Technology
Institute of Space and Space Information Innovation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geographic Science and Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Land Satellite Remote Sensing Application Center, Ministry of Natural Resources, 21st Century Space Technology Application Co., Ltd
Aerospace Information Innovation Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences