The Australian Space Data Analysis Facility (ASDAF) has been established to enhance Australian SMEs’ and researchers’ ability to use space data, particularly earth observation data, in multi-pathway strategies.
If you are interested in space data but don’t know where to start or have space data but don’t have the resources or know-how to use them, ASDAF can work with your team to develop the best solutions for your needs.
ASDAF facilitates access to analysis-ready data, workflow development, and uptake of space data analytics, which enables researchers and SMEs to develop innovative and decision-ready products.
ASDAF can assist you in developing computationally efficient workflows and tools for processing large datasets to unlock their full potential.
Through ASDAF, our customers can access tailored training programs to enhance their capacity and capabilities for using space data.
We believe, collectively, we can accelerate the Australian space economy. We work with research organizations and program partners to support innovators and SMEs in increasing capabilities and encourage growth.
ASDAF, with its collaborators, is preparing the future space economy workforce through our program offerings that encourage continuity and skill-building.
ASDAF works collaboratively with its delivery partners, the Curtin Institute for Computation (CIC), and the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, to empower data-driven economies.