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Planetary Scale Analysis with Earth Engine

Tid: On 2021-05-12 kl 13.00 - 15.00

Plats: https://kth-se.zoom.us/j/67257895992

Medverkande: Noel Gorelick

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Planetary Scale Analysis with Earth Engine   Google Earth Engine is a cloud platform designed for processing immense quantities of remote sensing data. It provides planetary-scale processing capabilities, co-located with more than 5PB of geo-spatial data including the entire 40+-year archive of Landsat data, all of the Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 images and many other environmental, geophysical and climatological datasets, all processed to an analysis-ready form. Earth Engine makes it easy to explore, analyze and combine entire data collections in ways that have never been possible before, including both full-temporal stack and cross-sensor analysis.
This talk will present the an overview of the Earth Engine platform, explain how it is being used to help solve some of the world's biggest challenges such as deforestation, disease, disasters & drought, and demonstrate how you can get started using it for your own research.   Bio Noel Gorelick is a scientist and software engineer with several decades of experience in the field of satellite image processing and large scale data analysis. He worked on 7 NASA spacecraft missions to the Moon, Mars and Saturn. He is a founder of Google Earth Engine, a planetary-scale data analysis platform, and He currently helps scientists, governments, and NGOs use it to address some of society's biggest challenges like drought, disaster, disease and deforestation.
Innehållsansvarig:Ceona Lindstein
Tillhör: KTH Rymdcenter
Senast ändrad: 2021-05-10