Syntool is an open source web solution aiming at promoting the synergistic use of Ocean Remote Sensing data in a wider context of Oceanic and Atmospheric models or in-situ data.

You can have a look at the Syntool Web portals:

ESA/SEOM Ocean Virtual Laboratory portal
https://ovl.oceandatalab.com
ESA/DUE GlobCurrent portal
https://globcurrent.oceandatalab.com
EU FP7 SWARP (wave in ice) portal
https://swarp.oceandatalab.com
ESA SMOS Storm portal
https://smos-storm.oceandatalab.com
CNES Aviso'VIZ altimetry portal
https://aviso.oceandatalab.com
ESA Sentinel-3 Viewer
https://s3view.oceandatalab.com
ESA Sea Surface Salinity portal
https://pimep.oceandatalab.com
Realtime buoys tracking portal

https://realtime.oceandatalab.com
DRIFT4SKIM airborne/in-situ campaign in Nov 2018
SUMOS airborne/in-situ campaign in Feb/March 2021




To discover more functionalities, please click on the ? How to button on the upper right corner




Tutorials



Introduction to the OVL Web Client interface and basic functionalities
by Dr.fab (OceanDataLab)





Introduction to the OVL Web Client
by Marta Konik and Miroslaw Darecki (IOPAN)





Ocean Virtual Laboratory demonstration
by Anton Korosov and Rick Danielson (NERSC)







This video shows how the OVL web application lets you compare between
a large variety of collocated data (drifters, profilers, altimetry, SAR and
composite satellite data) and see how they complement each
other to provide a more accurate view of a scene.




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