Smarter maps of our world using open data
For now, SentinelMap covers an area of 4.13 million km², with 68.7 gigapixel of earth images from Sentinel-2A satellite, under a Creative Commons BY-SA license.
Full access to 1,398,100 cloud-free Sentinel-2 tiles with our new Basemap Tile Service beta.
Sign up for free with a Github account for use up to 50,000 Sentinel-2 tiles monthly, get a new basemaps API key and follow the quick start guide.
The web map
We make maps on top of open data, so they are free as in free speech, not as in free beer. That means you are free to:
- right click and save any map view from your browser
- share, copy and redistribute the map in any medium or format
- adapt, remix, transform, and build upon the map
- for any purpose, even commercially.
All we ask is to give us appropriate credit and do not change license, according to CC BY-SA 4.0. Please read the full note on section.
Developers and advanced users can now access the SentinelMap tile layer through our new Basemap Tile Service beta.
Signing up with a GitHub account, you can access 1,398,100 cloud-free Sentinel-2 tiles to:
- Deploy web maps
- Add as raster layer on GIS applications
- Download as georeferenced images
Learn how in our documentation and stay tuned for new tools and guides.
Note that during the beta each user quota is limited to 50,000 tiles monthly. Do not hesitate to give us your feedback and let us know what your needs are: different formats, other areas, more tile requests, etc. contact us.
The Sentinel 2
Sentinel-2 is a wide-swath, medium-resolution, multi-spectral imaging mission, developed by ESA as part of European Commission's Copernicus programme. It consists of two identical satellites: Sentinel-2A, launched on 23 June 2015, and Sentinel-2B launched on 7 March 2017. In line with EU law, the Copernicus programme provides users with free, full and open access to Sentinels data.
Central Italy reconstruction watchA crownsourced map of damaged towns and villages in the Apennine mountains, after the devastating series of earthquakes that hit central Italy betwen August and November 2016.
Copyright and License
Copyright and License
Copernicus Sentinel data:
sentinelmap.eu contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data 2016
Sentinel tiles powered by SentinelMap are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Based on data at https://scihub.copernicus.eu.
Data by ©OpenStreetMap contributors, Natural Earth, Who’s On First, powered by Mapzen - Attribution.
Software components are released under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License 3.0:
Copyright © 2016 Carlo Palermo.
Source code on Github.
Third-party software components:
Copyright © 2013 Tobias Bieniek
leaflet-hash: Copyright © 2013 Michael Lawrence Evans MIT.
Leaflet: Copyright © 2010-2016, Vladimir Agafonkin; 2010-2011, CloudMade BSD-2-Clause. Tangram: Copyright © 2013-2016 Brett Camper and Mapzen MIT. Font Awesome by Dave Gandy SIL OFL 1.1.