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Trillion Pixel Challenge

On June 21-22, 2023, we're hosting our 3rd Trillion Pixel Challenge. Join us for an interdisciplinary gathering of experts from image science, computer vision, high-performance computing, architecture, machine learning, advanced workflows, and end-user communities to discuss the way forward in scaling multimodal GeoAI.

Exploring complex geospatial analytic workflows

Aerial view of hurricane damage, with computer-generated utility pole detection.

Spatio-temporal Analytics for Global Data

Integrating global datasets and applying advanced analytics to identify trends, patterns, anomalies, and changes in national landscapes.
A color-coded map of socioeconomic neighborhood types

Settlement Characterization

Exploiting overhead imagery to develop scalable ways to characterize socioeconomic neighborhoods for economic stimulus, unstructured settlement mapping, population distribution studies, and more.
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Automated Feature Extraction

Employing machine learning, computer vision, and high-performance computing to automate the creation of foundational data layers for building footprints, road networks, solar panels, and more at scale.
World map showing color-coded population density

Population Dynamics

Applying Bayesian learning approaches to estimate building occupancy at varying times of day and night across a variety of sociocultural environments, improving urban planning, emergency management, and disaster response.
gravity map

Gravity Mapping

Adapting AI techniques to produce high-resolution gravity maps on a global scale to support navigation systems, early detection of potential earthquakes, and measurement of changes in water patterns

Keeping people safe

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Dalton Lunga, GeoAI Group Leader and Sr. Research Scientist