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All Government of Canada (GC) employees can have free access to NMSO Commercial Satellite Imagery (CSI) already purchased by the GC. Simply create an account EODMS and then send a request to your Department NMSO point of contact (PoC) for your added privileges. You can find more information on our [[EODMS_NMSO]] page as well as the request form and your PoC on our GCPedia (Government-only) page, [http://www.gcpedia.gc.ca/wiki/Earth_Observation_Data_Management_System_(EODMS)#Account_Approvals_for_Government_and_Special_Access EODMS Account Approvals for Government and Special Access]
== What's New? ==The upgrade to EODMS (from NEODF) brings new support for previously undiscover-able Current NMSO commercial imagery including DMC Constellation, TerraSAR-X, SPOT-4 to 7, Cosmo Skymed. There is also new support for the RADARSAT-2 NITF format. Prior to this users would have to look for this data without the help of a map on the NEODF FTP directory structure.CSI Offerers ====
https://buyandsell.gc.ca/cds-priv/public/T013D/2019/06/14/e651dcf2183bca800ceb408d9610bae9/e60sq-120001_9.pdf
 
==== Current NMSO CSI Agreement ====
 
https://buyandsell.gc.ca/cds/public/2019/01/25/2a5fb27b2fd266c9d0a0a4f56808662d/rfso_refresh_-_en.pdf
 
==== License Details ====
 
* APPENDIX E TO ANNEX A - Designated Government FTP/SFTP directory path to deliver Product Delivery Package
The Offeror must use the Designated Government FTP directory structure to deliver the Product Delivery Package.
From the Offeror FTP/SFTP account, the delivery directory path is defined as follow: /<dept>/<satellite>/<sensor>, where
<dept> : correspond to the government department name of the Identified User (available on the Call-Up) as described in Table E.1,
<satellite> is satellite name (to be defined at issuance of NMSO),
<sensor> is sensor name (to be defined at issuance of NMSO),
 
==== License Classes ====
{| class="wikitable"
|+
License Levels
!License Level
!License Level Description
|-
|'''Level A'''
|The project level, at which a License Class allows Identified Users to only share the data with the designated sharing entities identified in Table A, “License Class Designations”, more specifically “Included Entities” on a project basis; and
|-
|'''Level B'''
|The broad level, at which a License Class allows Identified Users to share the data with all users of the designated sharing entities identified in Table A “License Class Designations”, more specifically “Included Entities”.
|}
{| class="wikitable"
|+Table A: License Classes Designations
|'''License Class'''
|'''Included Entities'''
|-
|Base/Class 0
|Canadian Government Departments, Agencies, and Crown Corporations
|-
|Class 1 (A, B)
|Base + Canadian Academic Research community affiliated with a recognized University or College
|-
|Class 2 (A, B)
|Base + Provincial and Territorial Governments in Canada
|-
|Class 3 (A, B)
|Class 2 + Local (Municipal, Aboriginal People - First Nations, Inuit, Metis or Tribal Councils) Governments in Canada. Local Governments would include two cities with over 500,000 in population and up to 20 municipalities with less than 500,000 in population
|-
|Class 4 (A, B)
|Base + Local Governments (Municipal, Aboriginal People - First Nations, Inuit, Metis or Tribal Councils) in Canada.  Local Governments would include two cities with over 500,000 in population and up to 20 municipalities with less than 500,000 in population
|-
|Class 5 (A, B)
|Civilian Departments of the Government of Canada and their international counterparts as per their mandates.  (Example: Canadian Ice Service and US National Ice Center and International Ice Patrol under the North American Ice Service [NAIS])
|-
|Class 6 (A, B)
|Base + USA Government Agencies (Military and Civilian) e.g. US Department of Defense
|-
|Class 7 (A, B)
|Base + Military Partners (USA, UK, AUS, New Zealand)
|-
|Class 8 (A, B)
|Base + Military Partners (USA, UK, AUS, New Zealand) + 28 NATO Member Countries (See <nowiki>http://www.nato.int/pfp/eapc-cnt.htm</nowiki>.)
|-
|Class 9 (A, B)
|Base + Military Partners (USA, UK, AUS, New Zealand) + 28 NATO Member Countries (See <nowiki>http://www.nato.int/pfp/eapc-cnt.htm</nowiki> .) + any of 21 NATO Partners for Peace
 
(See <nowiki>http://www.nato.int/pfp/sig-cntr.htm</nowiki> .)
|-
|Class 10
|Note: Class 10 is replaced by Class 12 below
|-
|Class 11
|Base + public at large (i.e. Public Good License Class)
|-
|Class 12 (A, B)
|Base + Military and Defence related organizations of foreign countries with which Canada is involved in international duties (example: United Arab Emirates forces in Afghanistan). The list of foreign countries will vary depending on the operations involved. The list of countries will be provided to the Offeror for country list approval prior to sharing.  An addendum to the license shall list the countries approved for sharing.
|}
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== Qu'est-ce que SGDOT? ==
Tous les employés du gouvernement du Canada (GC) peuvent avoir un accès gratuit aux images satellitaires commerciales (ISC) de l'OCPN déjà achetées par le GC. Créez simplement un compte SGDOT, puis envoyez une demande à votre point de contact OCPN pour votre privilège. Vous pouvez trouver plus d'informations sur notre page [[EODMS_NMSO]], ainsi que sur le formulaire de demande et votre PoC sur notre page GCPedia (réservée au gouvernement), à l'adresse http://www.gcpedia.gc.ca/wiki/Earth_Observation_Data_Management_System_(EODMS)#Account_Approvals_for_Government_and_Special_Access Approbation de compte EODMS pour le gouvernement et l'accès spécial]
== Quoi == offrants actuels de l'OCPN de neuf? l'OCPN ====La mise à niveau vers EODMS (à partir https://buyandsell.gc.ca/cds-priv/public/T013D/2019/10/10/26295d6f70cca39218b727633fbc12c8/e60sq-120001_10.pdf ==== Accord actuel de NEODF) apporte une nouvelle prise en charge des images commerciales des l'OCPN OCPN qui n’ont pu être découvertes sur une carte sans inclure DMC Constellation, TerraSAR==== https://buyandsell.gc.ca/cds-X, SPOTpriv/public/T013D/2019/10/01/53c5d4e4f724b919bc432d97e7667bbc/E60SQ-4 à 7, Cosmo Skymed120001010ST. Un nouveau support pdf CHEMIN DE RÉPERTOIRE FTP/SFTP GOUVERNEMENTAL DÉSIGNÉ SERVANT À LA LIVRAISON D’ENSEMBLES DE LIVRAISON DE PRODUITS Les offrants doivent utiliser le répertoires FTP gouvernementaux désignés pour effectuer la livraison d’ensembles de livraison de produits. À partir du compte FTP/SFTP de l’offrant, le format RADARSAT-2 NITF chemin du répertoire de livraison est également disponible. Avant celadéfini comme suit :///, les utilisateurs devaient rechercher ces données sans l'aide d'une carte <dept> correspond au nom du ministère du gouvernement de l’utilisateur désigné (indiqué sur la structure commande subséquente) comme décrit dans le tableau E.1, <satellite> est le nom du satellite (à définir au moment de l’émission de répertoires FTP l’OC), <sensor> est le nom du capteur (à définir au moment de l’émission de CNDOT.l’OC),
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