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Earth observation is used for monitoring and verifying data on the ground in a wide variety of fields, from disaster relief efforts to agriculture, global health, conflict mitigation, conservation, and even poverty mapping. However, remote sensing is still seen as an exclusive field, out of reach to many organizations. In addition, most organizations are familiar with using pre-made satellite maps, yet the power of open imagery that is captured on a regular basis is unfamiliar in many sectors.
Radiant Earth Foundation provides a platform that makes this kind of imagery more accessible than ever by consolidating open data sources in a cloud-based environment. For practitioners simply interested in identifying urban areas to developers working on retrieving imagery during disasters, the Radiant Earth platform streamlines satellite imagery analysis.
This webinar will show the NetHope community how to access data from Radiant Earths aggregated catalog on the its platform, as well as perform analyzes and produce visualizations quickly, securely, and for free.
|Gabriele Almon, Technical Lead, NetHope Crisis Informatics|
|Alando Ballantyne, Geospatial Software Engineer|
|Yonah Bromberg Gaber, Platform Developer Community Associate|