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Via using a Learned Model, we create a Machine Learning Model to Easily Detect Golf Courses [Code/Data Included]

Creating a machine learning model with transition learning by using a trained model makes it easier to perform image identification prediction. We will go into detail on images both with and without golf courses, and the coding behind them.

How to use

[How to Use Tellus from Scratch] Using Pseudo Data From for ALOS-3, Planned Launch in 2021 (Tellus OS/Development Environment)

In this article we will be introducing ALOS-3 pseudo data gathered on Tellus OS and how to use API on the Tellus development environment.

Case studies

Automatic Detection of Parking-Lot Space With Satellite Data Challenges and Points of Improvement for the Joint Project by Sakura Internet, akippa, and Ridge-i

During a talk session on August 4, it was announced that Sakura Internet, akippa, and Ridge-i are working together to develop an algorithm that uses satellite data to find space that can be rented out for parking cars, so we decided to talk with them about the challenges they face whilst developing this service, and the success they have made using Sharp's super-resolution technology.

Notebooks

This is the forefront of the SAR image! Viewing images taken by ICEYE on Tellus!

One of the big up and coming technologies in the space industry right now is SAR (synthetic-aperture radar), and the global company on the forefront of this technology is a company stationed in Finland called ICEYE. This company recently made headlines when they achieved a SAR resolution of 25 cm.

Machine Learning

The 4th Tellus Satellite Challenge is now underway! The theme is “coastline extraction.”

Here is an overview of the 4th Tellus Satellite Challenge, a competition for segmentation using satellite images, with details of the competition, helpful papers, and material.

Introduction

Structural Classifications Using SAR Polarimetry (Polarimetric Decomposition)

In today's article, we will be testing out whether or not you can use polarimetric decomposition to differentiate between natural and man-made objects.