The Semi-Automatic Classification Plugin (SCP) allows for the supervised classification of remote sensing images, providing tools for the download, the preprocessing and postprocessing of images. Search and download is available for ASTER, Landsat, MODIS, Sentinel-2, and Sentinel-3 images.
So use your Copernicus account inside the SCP plugin, select your area of interest, and click find. Of course you should decrease the max. percentage of cloud cover to your needs.
The data is downloaded as a tif file to your local pc. Once you have the data you can use them under the “Creative Commons CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO licence”:
Unfortunately the search, preview and download inside the plugin is very slow and also caused some error messages inside QGIS… If you want to see it in action:
Sentinel Data in ArcGIS
Esri announced, that they will feature Sentinel-2 images in their Living Atlas of The World. But you need some sort of account. Maybe you use the free of charge developer account to view the data. Yet this data collection only serve the RGB-combination. It is available in your Portal-item in the Catalog in ArcGIS Pro/ArcMap:
As you can see, part of the view: all scenes are available but hard to filter. Yet the meta-data of these scenes seem to be “not defined”. That makes search quite hard. But keep in mind:
The ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World is the foremost collection of geographic information from around the globe. It includes maps, apps, and data layers to support your work.
So if you want to get a real inside and not only “support” you might want to use the Data collection with preprocessed data:
So it possible to select the image service and define the processing template inside the service in ArcGIS Pro.
Preconfiugured services are:
Short-wave Infrared with DRA
Geology with DRA
NDVI Colormap and colorized
If you’re still using ArcMAP the Download-Tools might even be a better fit:
ArcGIS Python Toolbox for Search & Download of Sentinel-2 data (L1C/TOA, L2A/BOA) via DHuS (Copernicus Open Access Hub a.k.a. SciHub, or CODE-DE).
Explore Copernicus Data in the Web
And if you want to explore the data in the web first prior downloading:
The Copernicus Open Access Hub allows you to define your search and also the download for desired scenes from Sentinel 1 to Sentinel 3:
There is an alternate app for Sentinel-2 images only: The Sentinel Explorer.
This tutorial will explain you how to create your own, interactive webmap in a fast and easy way! Such webmaps are used zo visualize e.g. adresses on digital maps. I’m using QGis 2.4 + Qgis Plugin Qgis2Leaf, google spreadsheet and a macro, wich I’ll tell you later about.