Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is capable of imaging day or night, penetrating dense cloud cover, and is suitable for interferometry. Although many SAR datasets are freely available with global coverage, they require complex processing with specialized software to generate analysis-ready datasets. NASA's Alaska Satellite Facility Distributed Active Archive Center (ASF DAAC) Hybrid Pluggable Processing Pipeline (HyP3) provides custom, on-demand processing of Sentinel-1 SAR data at no cost to the public. HyP3 is integrated directly with Vertex, ASF DAAC's data discovery portal, so users can easily find available SAR products and with the click of a button generate analysis-ready Interferometric SAR (InSAR) products.
In addition to the Vertex user interface, HyP3 provides a RESTful API and a Python software development kit (SDK) so that HyP3 can be built into research and applications workflows. This webinar will show you how to request On-Demand InSAR products, both with Vertex and programmatically. We will also demonstrate how to prepare an InSAR stack for time series analysis.