The U-MARF User Services Interface (USI). A Java Web Start Application for On-Line Access to the U-MARF. Loading the U-MARF client-side application …. Click here to start. Read the pop-ups and respond as appropriate. For this presentation all certificates and warnings were accepted (YES).
A Java Web Start Application for On-Line Access to the U-MARF
Read the pop-ups and respond as appropriate. For this presentation all certificates and warnings were accepted (YES).
A dynamic progress bar appears while the client-side application is launched.
The Java client application is ready for your input. application is launched.
Note: this client-side application includes a built in help system, providing context sensitive help whenever you click the help link.
This is the on-line help tool. system, providing context sensitive help whenever you click the help link.
Possible to browse help tree and obtain help and definitions for particular features and functions
Back to the real U-MARF on-line interface with for particular features and functions
Registration and login …
Generate a personal account using the Register button for particular features and functions
A simple web-based form for entering user details and creating a login account
All fields marked with an asterisk “*” must be completed
The default preferences for requested media and geographic region of interests may be specified. These will be applied by default but can be over-ridden for specific orders.
Some formats only apply to specific product groups. region of interests may be specified. These will be applied by default but can be over-ridden for specific orders.
Note: in ordering data from other product groups your default format may not be applicable and may lead to non-completion of the order. Please be aware of this potential problem. We hope to minimise the occurrence of conflicts with ongoing improvements in error-handling.
Click ok to return to the Java application. region of interests may be specified. These will be applied by default but can be over-ridden for specific orders.
Login Here region of interests may be specified. These will be applied by default but can be over-ridden for specific orders.
NB: for some actions keyboard shortcuts are available, e.g. Alt L for Log in (active characters are underlined) and “tab” keys to change focus. These features may by OS dependent.
Also possible to have registered using this button region of interests may be specified. These will be applied by default but can be over-ridden for specific orders.
Fill in user identification and password and click “OK” region of interests may be specified. These will be applied by default but can be over-ridden for specific orders.
Java application navigation … region of interests may be specified. These will be applied by default but can be over-ridden for specific orders.
For example, the results of a query …
Results table of products matching query.
Tabs for the selection of different services associated with product query and ordering
Login/logout, account management, information and other ancillary functions
Selection of product group for an Order
GEO : Geostationary Satellite Data (e.g. METEOSAT)
LEO : Low Earth Orbit Satellite Data (e.g. METOP)SAF : Satellite Application Facility (High Level Products based on GEO and/or LEO data from the SAFs)
Multimission: All products (i.e. queries across the GEO, LEO and SAF groups)
Auxiliary Data: This is additional data used in the processing of LEO products (e.g. calibration and ephemeris data) …
Query Mode for an Order
Simple Mode: provides a basic set of search parameters.
Change Mode for an Order
Advanced Mode: provides a more detailed set of search parameters on a per product basis. Non applicable parameters are greyed-out. A single product must be selected.
Three options: tree
1. Expand/Collapse tree nodes
Three options: tree
2. Show only selected nodes.
Three options: tree
3. Clear selected nodes.
Here the leaves are product types
Changing the option tree
… or only a specific product
Specify a Time range Of Interest (TOI)
Specify a Region Of Interest (ROI)
Click on Search (or hit return on the keyboard)
For this case a warning occurs indicating that no Region Of Interest (ROI) was selected. Either acknowledge “Yes” or click “No” if you want to specify a ROI.
In general a query has to include a product selection and a Time Range Of Interest. Specifying no ROI will search without geographic restriction. Time range will automatically reset to valid values if inconsistent data is entered.
The number of results matching the query are returned. Click “Yes” to display the results.
Warning: possible to define a query with too many results (e.g. > 500). A request is printed to refine the search (e.g. make the time window smaller).
List of products found printed in the Results Table
Click on a row to highlight a product.
Select all table rows. “Yes”
Results Table manipulation buttons.
Selecting an individual item and clicking the magnifying glass button will open the product details page.
Browse image of the product where available (note for AVHRR this is projected on a map)
Detailed listing of the product metadata this is projected on a map)
The shopping trolley button will place all products in a virtual shopping trolley.
Note: One must be logged in to place items in the trolley. virtual shopping trolley.
Red-highlighted icons indicate a product is in the shopping trolley.
Area selection allows one to draw a region of interest as part of a query directly on the map.
Change view of the map with zoom functions. part of a query directly on the map.
Map style (colours, grids, features) may be changed with the Map layers toolbox.
Click here to turn on place names. Map layers toolbox.
Re-centre and re-size view of the world. Map layers toolbox.
Shopping Trolley tab … Map layers toolbox.
Click on the Shopping Trolley Tab Map layers toolbox.
Open ordered product tree by clicking on the folder Map layers toolbox.
Select an item with a mouse click. Map layers toolbox.
Product List Map layers toolbox.
Product Details Map layers toolbox.
Delivery Method Map layers toolbox.
Order Options Map layers toolbox.
Specific Browse if available. Map layers toolbox.
Note: If product has no browse any available AVHRR browse from the same time interval is displayed.
The browse image can be used to make graphical selection of data to subset.
List name here includes the sensing start time instrument and system. The U-MARF archives data from all missions and avoids any specific mission conventions.
The EPS native format is self-describing and the original product name can be found in the product header and also in the metadata here.
Select Media Type and system. The U-MARF archives data from all missions and avoids any specific mission conventions.
Order here is On Media
Select Compression and system. The U-MARF archives data from all missions and avoids any specific mission conventions.
Select Format and system. The U-MARF archives data from all missions and avoids any specific mission conventions.
For some products possible to select only specific bands. and system. The U-MARF archives data from all missions and avoids any specific mission conventions.
Possible to hold down the mouse and pick up a graphical sub-setter at either end of the image.
This is the region you will receive sub-setter at either end of the image.
Click Check Out to proceed.
Summary of order. If you are happy confirm here. sub-setter at either end of the image.
Here is the order number terms.
This name is the internal generic archive name of the product.
A query including a Region Of Interest (ROI) and the following behaviour in the shopping trolley …
A query for a specific MHS 1B product is first performed to aid this demonstration., by making a strict constraint on the time window.
Single product returned with footprint on the map. aid this demonstration., by making a strict constraint on the time window.
Click this option and then use the mouse to interactively draw a ROI on the map.
Region of interest indicated by green area. draw a ROI on the map.
Corresponding coordinates featured here.
Also possible to enter the co-ordinates directly in the query Region of Interest Text Fields.
New ROI again.
The product is found. again.
NOTE: This demo is using test data prior to satellite launch .. The browse image is a generic image and does not correspond to the footprint (it will for real data)
In the shopping trolley tab, the product is selected and the browse is displayed.
Selecting this button will automatically subset the product according to the ROI used in the search
The sub-setting is applied according to the ROI used in the search
When an order is ready … according to the ROI used in the search
Click “OK” to go direct to the Order Follow Up tab.
This is an on-line order. appear.
Click here to download the results.
An on-line shipping note appear.
Follow this link (or right click) to start download by standard http protocol
Specific Product Orders … standard http protocol
Select the specific order tab standard http protocol
Options are Direct Bulk and Standing orders. standard http protocol
Direct Order standard http protocol
Product Type and Satellite ID
Enter exact product time, wildcards may be used.
Submit will make the query and place the order. The tab selection switches directly to the order follow up page.
All Meteosat 9 Products for 2006/06/25 standard http protocol
Direct Order : LEO Example standard http protocol
The query will match the sensing start time.
Internal U-MARF Setting
Set by the Producing Ground Segment
The corresponding product is returned. standard http protocol
Bulk Order … standard http protocol
Bulk Order: intended for very large data volumes standard http protocol
Specify the properties of the order in the left hand fields. On submission the order will go to a submitted status and an entry appear in the order follow up pages.
Bulk order is a mechanism whereby the user can submit an order which exceeds the normal user quota. The order is processed only after a manual authorisation at EUMETSAT, only then will the status change in the order follow-up.
Tip: first check the parameters of your bulk request are viable by submitting a small volume normal order via “Query and Order”.
Standing Order … standard http protocol
Standing Order: for times in the futures allows one to set up an automatic job to provide a sequence of orders.
Define Specific Query Options …
… and related formatting parameters
One must specify a name/description for the standing order. up an automatic job to provide a sequence of orders.
4 days up an automatic job to provide a sequence of orders.
How do the timings work?
Special branch exists in the Order Follow Up to track standing orders.
That is all for now, please visit the following URL and try out the system: