Let’s find out how ENTICE technology is helping to improve the Earth observation industry. Earth observation is all about collecting spatial and temporal data of the world. This data can be useful for all sorts of users in a diverse range of industries including monitoring the environment, observing natural disasters and civil security systems. The last decade started with $200,000,000 worth of commercial sales in Earth Observation. 2010 saw the figure rise to $1.1 billion. The forecast is to begin 2019 with $4 billion worth of sales. It is a market that is growing at a steady rate. In order to take advantage of this the European Commission in partnership with the European Space Agency and the European Environment Agency created the system Copernicus to provide Europe operational and autonomous capability to observe the Earth. Despite the importance of Earth Observation across multiple industries access to information obtained from satellites follows traditional and expensive paths to cover demand. Of course this presents several drawbacks. The cost of acquiring up to date images of the Earth is inhibitively expensive for new entrants to the market. Existing customer s cannot access images directly and current methods require a great deal of processing and ad hoc delivery and the service lacks flexibility to cope with sudden changes in demand. Here at ENTICE we believe that cloud computing could be the solution because cloud computing is scalable, it is flexible and it is globally accessible.