In this article, you will learn more about the marketplace, which is the main catalog of data and processing blocks and their corresponding specifications, such as block description, capabilities, pricing, provider, version and many more.
The marketplace is the complete catalog of data and processing blocks. The marketplace displays the full list of available blocks, as well as the block information. Before adding the blocks to the workflow, you can browse the UP42 marketplace.
Each data and processing block provides a general overview of the geospatial dataset or processing algorithm. This information can be found by selecting any block from the marketplace. The table below summarizes the block details.
|Description||The content of each block description.|
Example: resolution, data provider, use case examples,
license restrictions,streaming vs. download, revisit
frequencies, volume discount, minimum order sizes
|Capabilities||The capabilities of the data or processing block|
and the output they generate. Processing blocks
may contain a supported input format and the
generated output format. Examples: resolution, bands,
format (file extension) for the input and/or output,
processing level, data type, geometry type, sensor.
For more information: Block capabilities.
|Pricing||UP42 credit pricing per unit (square kilometer, MB, tile, data point, scene, |
pixel). For more information, please contact support.
|Sample data||Sample images are shown for each data and processing block. Please note|
that these sample images are only image previews, not downloadable data.
|Provider||The upstream data provider. For example, Pléiades images are provided by OneAtlas.|
|Version||The block version. Users need to ensure that they are using the latest version|
of a block, in order to avoid potential job failures. To do this, remove the block
from the workflow and re-add it.
|Restricted access||Some blocks require an added step of filling in an access request form. |
Blocks with restricted access can be easily identified by looking out for
the red tag Restricted Block. To request access, please refer to Restricted blocks.