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Copernicus Services

Copernicus services address six main thematic areas:

 

 

 

Atmosphere
(CAMS)

 

Marine Environment
(CMEMS)

 

Land
(CLMS)

     

 

 

Climate Change
(C3S)

 

Emergency Management
(EMS)

 

Security

     

 

The services have reached different degrees of maturity. Some were already declared operational several years ago (in 2012 for the Land Monitoring Service and the Emergency Management Service – Mapping, in 2015 for the Atmosphere Monitoring Service and the Marine Environment Monitoring Service) while others were declared operational more recently (in 2016 for the Border Surveillance and Maritime Surveillance components of the Security service and in May 2017 for the Support to External Action component) or are still in their development phase (Climate Change Service).

 

Copernicus users can also have a direct access to satellite data.

 

Copernicus services and data are provided free of charge to users.