The BEAM software is open-source and licensed under the GPL Version 3.

BEAM 5.0 Downloads (08.05.2014)

Installer (64Bit) for Windows
207 MB
Installer (32Bit) for Windows
205 MB
Installer for Mac OS X
210 MB
Installer for Unix (no JRE included)
178MB
BEAM API documentation
7 MB
BEAM source code (for usage within an IDE only; for instructions how to build BEAM from source, click here)
96 MB

 

 CHRIS-Box 2.0.0 Add-on for BEAM 5 (05.02.2015)

Installer for Windows (32 bit)
98 MB
Installer for Windows (64 bit)
97 MB
Installer for Mac OS X
97 MB
Installer for Unix (including Linux)
97 MB

 

Telemetry Data: An archive of CHRIS/Proba telemetry data, which is required by the geometric correction module, can be downloaded here. The archive contains the telemetry for all CHRIS/Proba heritage data acquired until January 2008. The telemetry for more recent data must be obtained from the CHRIS/Proba Payload Additional Data site. Instructions on how to find telemetry files are given here.

Sample Data: Some example data products can be downloaded from the CHRIS/Proba Sample Data page.

SMOS-Box 2.3 Add-on for BEAM 4.11.x (03.06.2013)

Installer for Windows (32 bit)
46 MB
Installer for Windows (64 bit)
46 MB
Installer for Mac OS X
46 MB
Installer for Unix (including Linux)
46 MB

 

Sample Data: Some example data products can be downloaded from the SMOS Sample Data page.

 

GETASSE30 DEM

The GETASSE30 Digital Elevation Model is a composite DEM at 30 arc second resolution (courtesy of Marc Bouvet of ESA/ESRIN).
308 MB

Note that the format of this DEM is not compatible with the one required by the AMORGOS tool. You can download a compatible version from this ESA page.

Envisat Reader API for C

Envisat Product Reader API for C (epr_api) comprises ANSI-C source code and API documentation. The API can be used to open Envisat MERIS and AATSR N1-files and to use the data in your C-programs.

The latest source code can be obtained from the GitHub repository either as repository clone or as zip file.

PyEPR is a python binding for the epr_api. It is provided as python package by courtesy of Antonio Valentino.