GRASP EARTH: Intuitive Software for Discovering Changes on the Planet

2 Mar 2022  ·  Waku Hatakeyama, Shirou Kawakita, Ryohei Izawa, Masanari Kimura ·

Detecting changes on the Earth, such as urban development, deforestation, or natural disaster, is one of the research fields that is attracting a great deal of attention. One promising tool to solve these problems is satellite imagery. However, satellite images require huge amount of storage, therefore users are required to set Area of Interests first, which was not suitable for detecting potential areas for disaster or development. To tackle with this problem, we develop the novel tool, namely GRASP EARTH, which is the simple change detection application based on Google Earth Engine. GRASP EARTH allows us to handle satellite imagery easily and it has used for disaster monitoring and urban development monitoring.

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