Picterra Online Object Detection AI Platform Launch


Picterra presents an online AI platform for object-detection and geospatial analytics from Earth observation imagery.

At INTERGEO 2018, Picterra introduced the BETA version of their AI object-detection and analytics platform to the professional geospatial community.

We are currently in an age where Earth observation data —captured daily by satellites, drones, and other data collection platforms— is abundant and research in artificial intelligence for object detection is booming but still exploitable only by machine learning experts. To bridge this gap, Picterra has built an online platform making AI object detection on Earth observation imagery simple and accessible to everyone.

Simplifying complexity, making AI usable and useful. Picterra’s solution is an interactive, self-service AI platform designed to extract and deliver structured insights from satellite and aerial imagery.

The platform allows users to upload their own imagery, access trusted satellite data sources and tap into a powerful yet easy-to-use AI-powered toolkit to process and analyze this data.

This enables them to derive meaningful insights, monitor trends and reveal time-bound shifts.

The platform aims to serve geospatial professionals, business, NGOs, researchers, and Public Sector Organizations looking for highly-specialized geospatial analytics to support and empower their decision-making.

At the same time, Picterra’s goal is to make available an easy-to-use system gives engaged citizens and journalists access to a number of exciting tools. This includes accessing satellite imagery from anywhere in the world, detecting critical features, identifying trends, running analytics to quantify their impact and monitoring change over time.

“Picterra platform is directly inspired by geospatial professional needs. It's the ultimate self-serve tool that makes deep learning technology ready to use to create a high added-value product and get immediate ROI”, says Pierrick Poulenas, CEO at Picterra.

“Machine learning has been kept away from ‘normal’ people for too long and for no real reason. We strongly believe that it is time to provide AI Tools to empower anyone with an interest in geospatial imagery by enabling them to truly zoom in on their data to reveal what the Earth's surface has to say”, says Frank de Morsier, CTO at Picterra.

The registration to the BETA version of the platform is open and free of charge.

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