DAAS (Airbus DS Intelligence Data As A Service driver)
Driver short name
New in version 3.0.
This driver can connect to the Airbus DS Intelligence Data As A Service API. GDAL/OGR must be built with Curl support in order for the DAAS driver to be compiled.
Orthorectified (with geotransform) and raw (with RPCs) images are supported.
Overviews are supported.
The API is not publicly available but will be released soon. Further information will be found here: https://api.oneatlas.airbus.com/
This driver supports georeferencing
Dataset name syntax
The nominal syntax to open a datasource is :
A more minimal syntax can be used:
provided that the GET_METADATA_URL open option is filled.
Access to the API requires an authentication token. There are two methods supported:
Authentication with an API key and a client id. They must be provided respectively with the
API_KEYopen option (or
GDAL_DAAS_API_KEYconfiguration option) and the
CLIENT_IDopen option (or
GDAL_DAAS_CLIENT_IDconfiguration option). In that case, the driver will authenticate against the authentication endpoint to get an access token.
In both cases, the
X_FORWARDED_USER open option (or
GDAL_DAAS_X_FORWARDED_USER configuration option) can be specified to
fill the HTTP X-Forwarded-User header in requests sent to the DAAS
service endpoint with the user from which the request originates from.
See https://api.oneatlas.airbus.com/guides/g-authentication/ for further details
The following configuration options are available :
The following open options are available :
GET_METADATA_URL=value: URL to the GetImageMetadata endpoint. Required if not specified in the connection string.
X_FORWARDED_USER=value: User from which the request originates from. Can be specified also through the
BLOCK_SIZE=64-8192: Defaults to
512. Size of a block in pixels requested to the server.
PIXEL_ENCODING=[AUTO/RAW/PNG/JPEG/JPEG2000]: Defaults to
AUTO. Format in which pixels are queried:
AUTO: for 1, 3 or 4-band images of type Byte, resolves to PNG. Otherwise to RAW
RAW: compatible of all images. Pixels are requested in a uncompressed raw format.
PNG: compatible of 1, 3 or 4-band images of type Byte
JPEG: compatible of 1 or 3-band images of type Byte
JPEG2000: compatible of all images. Requires GDAL to be built with one of its JPEG2000-capable drivers.
MASKS=[YES/NO]: Defaults to
YES. Whether to expose mask bands.