38 min

#26 SpaceNet 6 Challenge Results: Multi-Sensor All-Weather Mapping Training_Data

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SpaceNet is a non-profit dedicated to accelerating open source, applied research in geospatial machine learning. In this episode, CosmiQ’s Ryan Lewis, Jake Shermeyer, and Daniel Hogan discuss the SpaceNet 6 Challenge where participants were asked to automatically extract building footprints with computer vision and AI algorithms using a combination of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and electro-optical imagery. Hear about the challenge’s winning artificial intelligence models and the tradeoff between inference speed and model performance. SpaceNet is made possible by co-founder and managing partner, CosmiQ Works; co-founder and co-chair, Maxar Technologies; and all the other Partners: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Capella Space, Topcoder, IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing (GRSS), the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and Planet.Learn more at www.spacenet.ai, and at the DownLinQ (https://medium.com/the-downlinq)

SpaceNet is a non-profit dedicated to accelerating open source, applied research in geospatial machine learning. In this episode, CosmiQ’s Ryan Lewis, Jake Shermeyer, and Daniel Hogan discuss the SpaceNet 6 Challenge where participants were asked to automatically extract building footprints with computer vision and AI algorithms using a combination of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and electro-optical imagery. Hear about the challenge’s winning artificial intelligence models and the tradeoff between inference speed and model performance. SpaceNet is made possible by co-founder and managing partner, CosmiQ Works; co-founder and co-chair, Maxar Technologies; and all the other Partners: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Capella Space, Topcoder, IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing (GRSS), the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and Planet.Learn more at www.spacenet.ai, and at the DownLinQ (https://medium.com/the-downlinq)

38 min