Wasdi Web Platform access and basic usage

The Home page of WASDI is reachable at the address:




To create a WASDI account, just click on the New User? Register here! link

To register the user has to input:

  • A valid eMail Address (that will be used as UserId)

  • A password

  • A Name and Surname

The user will receive a confirmation e-mail and then, after the confirmation, will be enabled to use WASDI.

Workspace Management

Each user in WASDI can work in one or more Workspaces. A Workspace is a set of files (original EO data or elaborated by some processor) that are grouped in the same “project”.

The workspace concept is the same of several other development tools or languages: the same concept can be either be named workspace or project and any other name designed to identify to a specific set of files.

Once logged for the first time, the user is asked to create a new workspace.


To work with the Editor a Workspace is needed: just click on the text suggestion or on the New Workspace Button on the top right of the screen.

Wasdi Sections

The WASDI Sections are listed in the top blue bar:

  • App Store: Space Marketplace: explore and run available applications;

  • Workspaces: workspace management: create, open or delete your workspaces;

  • Plan: explore new acquisition plan for different Satellite platforms;

  • Search: search for Satellite Images from all the supported Data Providers;

  • Edit: edit data in a workspace;

  • User: link to the documentation;

  • User: user info and properties

App Store, Plan, and User are out of the scope of this Tutorial.


Editor is where the user can interact with the EO Images.


On the left the tree of the products in the workspace is shown. Each product has its own metadata and band subfolder.


The user can browse the bands of the image. Just click on a band to see the band image.


WASDI will publish on the fly in OGC-WMS standard the selected bands.

Once published the band will be shown on the map:


From the editor is possible to run SNAP Workflows and all the available user-supplied processors.