DORIS Data Ingest Improvements at NASA CDDIS
Event: 2022 IDS Workshop
Session: Research activities, new applications using DORIS data, new methods of processing DORIS data
Presentation type: Type Forum only
Contribution: PDF file
NASA’s Crustal Dynamics Data Information System (CDDIS) continues to maintain and expand archive services for the International DORIS Service (IDS) and the Space Geodesy community. Data from Haiyang 2C (HY2C) were introduced in 2020, and from Haiyang 2D (HY2D) in 2021. Historical data have been reprocessed according to modern Quality Analysis (QA) standards, and metadata from these files have been collected. Having these metadata allows DORIS data and products to be discovered through Earthdata Search via the Common Metadata Repository (CMR). Planned future improvements include moving to a new QA architecture that utilizes common standards across all techniques (Data Definition file Formats, or DDFs), and transitioning the datasets from on-premises servers to a cloud deployment with Amazon Web Service (AWS).