Data products are a type of imagery with a specific geometric and radiometric processing level and file format. All collections have different data products corresponding to their technical specifications. To get a list of all available data products, call the Get data products endpoint with the name of the chosen collection in query parameters. Retrieve the data product ID of the product you want to proceed with.
Orders require different parameters depending on the data product.
To see detailed information about the parameters needed to create an order for a specific data product, call the Get a JSON schema of an order form endpoint with the data product ID as the path parameter.
How to read order schemas
For example, this is Sentinel-2 catalog collection's schema:
The parameters in the properties field are the properties you can specify. In catalog collections, the only property you need to specify is the full scene ID you retrieved in Step 2. Find and preview data.
Before creating a catalog order, you can estimate the price in the number of UP42 credits for a specific product. The factors considered in the final price calculation are the size of the area of interest, the data collection, and the type of data product.
To see a cost estimation before creating a catalog order, call the Estimate a catalog order cost endpoint with your workspace ID as the path parameter. The structure of request bodies for estimation and order placement requests are the same.
The response returns the overall credit amount that will be deducted from your credit balance if you decide to proceed with the ordering:
Create a request body for the endpoint as follows:
For the dataProduct parameter, use the chosen data product ID.
For the params object, use the required request body schema format for the chosen data product.
For the params.id parameter, use the chosen scene ID.
"dataProduct": "b1f8c48e-d16b-44c4-a1bb-5e8a24892e69", // The data product ID
"id": "42712243-a45c-4c8e-adfa-1ce01d27b718", // The full scene ID
<...> // The format of the payload is different for different data products