Live demonstration of SITS with SEPAL platform in the GEO-GFOI Workshop

The BDC team will present tomorrow (June, 16th) in the GEO-GFOI Workshop a live demonstration of the R package SITS (Satellite Image Time Series Analysis) running in the SEPAL platform.

SITS is an open source R package for satellite image time series analysis and machine learning. It supports the complete cycle of data analysis for land classification.

SEPAL (System for earth observations, data access, processing & analysis for land monitoring) is an open source platfom developed by the Open Foris team in Forestry Department of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

Organized by Group of Earth Observation (GEO) and Global Forest Observations Initiative (GFOI) the workshop will be held virtually on 16-17 June. For more information, access the workshop page: https://earthobservations.org/geo_blog_obs.php?id=509.

Source: Brazil Data Cube project.

The BDC team attended on April 15th the CSIRO event “Exploring the value and challenges of using Earth Observation Data”

The BDC team presented on April 15th the project activities in the ‘Exploring the value and challenges of using Earth Observation Data’. The workshop was aimed at members of various related organizations around EO, in countries throughout the Americas.

More information at: https://welcu.com/csiro-cl/observacion-de-la-tierra

Source: Brazil Data Cube Project

The BDC team presented on April 15th the project activities using AWS in the ‘AWS Public Sector Summit Online 2021’.

The BDC team presented on April 15th the project activities in the ‘AWS Public Sector Summit Online 2021’. At the roundtable, the BDC team will talk about their experience using AWS services to develop the Data cube builder application, which is part of the Brazilian Earth Observation Data Cube.

More information at: https://aws.amazon.com/pt/events/summits/online/public-sector/

Source: Brazil Data Cube Project

Brazil Data Cube team presented a mini-course at SBSR Interim

The Brazil Data Cube (BDC) project team presented yesterday, April 12, 2021, the mini-course: Earth Observation Data Cubes and Time Series Analysis within the SBSR Interim.

The 06-hour mini-course aimed to present an introduction to concepts of Earth observation data cubes and analysis of time series of remote sensing images.

The participants had theoretical and practical presentations, with hands-on using the data cubes and software packages created by the BDC.

The mini-course had about 400 participants online and more than 80 questions answered live during the event.

SBSR Interim is conducted by the coordination of the Brazilian Symposium on Remote Sensing, with webinars and online mini courses aimed at state-of-the-art scientific dissemination.

Source: Brazil Data Cube project / SBSR Interim