Google Earth Engine

Building time-lapse imagery with Google Earth Engine

If you have an hour (or 3) to spare then there are certainly worse things to do than to investigate the last 30 or so years of time-lapsed imagery on Google Earth Engine Timelapse. It can make for uncomfortable viewing as ice retreats or urban areas expand at a phenomenal rate. It can inform you; Read more about Building time-lapse imagery with Google Earth Engine[…]

5 Awesome things about Google Earth Engine

This week I saw an excellent overview of Google Earth Engine Google Earth Engine docs I’ve previously written about Google Earth Engine here. If you want a basic guide, take a look. Processing images on the Google Cloud It is worth repeating from my previous article, “You can sign up / request access here https://earthengine.google.com/ Read more about 5 Awesome things about Google Earth Engine[…]

Processing images on the Google Cloud

October 2016 brought the announcement from Google that it had all Landsat and Sentinel data on its cloud. Amazon are also hosting all this data, ESRI are using the Amazon cloud and so are Planet (both of these for over a year). Never before has so much Earth Observation data been available to everyone. I Read more about Processing images on the Google Cloud[…]

Marginal gains in EO – Google goes for timelapse

The Great Britain and Northern Island cycling team are good. In fact, they are very good. In Bejing 2008 they won 8 golds, 4 silver and 2 bronze (14 medals; 2nd place France with 6 medals) In London 2012 they won 8 golds, 2 silver and 2 bronze (12 medals, 2nd place Germany with 6 Read more about Marginal gains in EO – Google goes for timelapse[…]