Ncaveo Data Policy

The policy of NCAVEO regarding intellectual property (IP) is to provide imagery, programs and expertise free of charge for non-commercial uses. The purpose of this policy is to promote knowledge transfer and research in the field of cal/val. This will favour further innovation and progress to the benefit of us all. It is requested in return that the user acknowledges NCAVEO as source of the dataset or information in any publication or presentation.

Parts of the web-site can be accessed after entering some personal information. This information will be used for auditing purposes and will not be disclosed or sold to any third parties.

The permission to reproduce NCAVEO copyright material does not extend to any material on this site which is identified as being the copyright of a third party.

Intellectual Property Rights

Please note that Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) are associated with each image, web page, product or dataset and should be strictly respected as described below.

Material labelled as © NCAVEO

This material can be freely reproduced, incorporated into reports, used for research, private study and teaching, provided that NCAVEO is acknowledged as a reference to the information reproduced in any presentation, publication or report. None of this material can be resold, re-used in other websites or used for direct commercial purposes.

Materials which are the copyright of a third party

Some of material featured in this website is copyright of a third party. Authorisation to reproduce such material must be obtained from the copyright holders concerned unless otherwise stated. Such items are marked by the copyright symbol, name of the copyright owner and year of creation and must not be redistributed or used for commercial purposes without the express permission of the copyright owner.

NCAVEO products

These are packaged materials which may be downloaded from the 'Resources' page of the website. They are marked as a 'NCAVEO Product' and have a reference number and a named originator. They may be freely reproduced and used for research, private study and teaching. This is subject to the material being reproduced accurately, not changed or altered in any parts and not used in a misleading context. The material cannot be redistributed and should be presented as a stand-alone self-contained piece of work where NCAVEO is acknowledged as copyright holder. This material cannot be used for commercial purposes.