Google recently announced its Google Earth engine is now open to an operational and commercial offer for certain customers in preview as part of its the integration with Google Cloud Platform. The Google Earth engine combines satellite imagery and geospatial data with powerful calculations to help individuals and organizations understand how the planet is changing, how human activity is contributing to these changes, and what actions they can take.
Public sector organizations and businesses can now use information from Earth Engine to solve sustainability issues, such as building sustainable supply chains, commitment to lending without deforestation, recovery readiness after weather events and reduction of operational water consumption.
This new offer puts more 50 petabytes of geospatial open data in the hands of business leaders and government. Google Cloud customers and partners can pull Earth Observation data together with their own data and other useful data sets, train models for large-scale analysis, and gain useful insight into the real impact. By combining Earth Engine‘s powerful platform with the distinctive data analysis tools and AI technology of Google Cloud, we bring together the best of Google.
The new offering puts more than 50 petabytes of open geospatial data in the hands of business leaders and governments. Google Cloud customers and partners can now aggregate Earth observation data with their own data and other useful data sets, train models for large-scale analysis, and gain useful insight into the real impact. . By combining Earth Engine’s powerful platform with Google Cloud’s distinctive data analysis tools and AI technology, it brings together the best of Google.
To ensure that businesses can get the most out of Google Earth Engine, the company works with partners, such as NGIS and Climatic engine, to help companies identify and manage the risks associated with climate change.
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