Raster CRS Conversion

Transforms input data to the desired coordinate reference system (CRS).


A processing block that converts the input image Coordinate Reference System to another CRS based on an EPSG code and outputs georeferenced GeoTIFFs with the same bands and resolution as the input data. If you're not familiar with coordinate systems or EPSG codes, refer to epsg.io.

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How it works

resampling_methodstring / required
The resampling method to use when reprojecting the image:
  • cubic — Imagery or continuous data.
  • nearest — Categorical data, for example, K-Means Clustering result.
The default value is cubic.
output_epsg_codeinteger / required
An EPSG code of the output raster file. By default, the UTM zone of the image is selected.


A workflow with SPOT 6/7 Display (Streaming) as a data source, reprojected to an EPSG code 3857 or WGS 84/Pseudo-Mercator.

  "oneatlas-spot-aoiclipped:1": {
    "bbox": [13.405215963721279, 52.48480326228838, 13.4388092905283, 52.505278605259086],
    "ids": null,
    "time": "2018-01-01T00:00:00+00:00/2019-12-31T23:59:59+00:00",
    "limit": 1,
    "zoom_level": 17,
    "time_series": null,
    "panchromatic_band": false
  "crs-conversion:1": {
    "resampling_method": "cubic",
    "output_epsg_code": 3857




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