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“Even when we didn’t get any results, I never thought it was hopeless at all.” Revealing a Story Behind the New Project of KAGOME and NEC Changing World’s Tomato Cultivation!

We interviewed KAGOME and NEC ‘s new project of applying satellite data to tomato agriculture!

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Automatic extraction of changes in cities and buildings from two satellite images! New Tellus tool “Tellus-DEUCE” is now available.

We will introduce what you can do with the new Tellus tool "Tellus-DEUCE," released on the 25th of February 2021, which can automatically extract the difference between two selected satellite images using AI, showing some actual screenshots and how to use it.

Machine Learning

3rd Prize Approach of The 4th Tellus Satellite Challenge

This article was contributed by citron, the 3rd place winner of the 4th Tellus Satellite Challenge.

Machine Learning

The 4th Tellus Satellite Challenge! Explanation of approaches taken by the winners

"Coastline extraction" was the theme of the 4th Tellus Satellite Challenge. In this article, we will look at the approaches taken by the winners, make comparisons, and summarize their methods so that they can be applied to other (satellite) image data competitions.

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Marine litter in the oceans can’t be solved by volunteering. Project IKKAKU’s Vision for an Economic System That Combats Marine Pollution

Project IKKAKU is working to create an economic system that combats marine pollution. We spoke with Yuko Ueno, a representative from Leave a Nest America, about their plans.

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We are proud of our services because we have been able to do "this" The road to social implementation – Skymatics, a company that solves many industrial problems from the sky.

Skymatics solves all industrial problems by remote sensing and its own analysis technology. This interview is a must-read for those who are familiar with "social implementation with advanced technologies". The keywords are "persistence", "price setting", and "discernment of issues".