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Mapping Mangroves in the South Pacific
The beauty of remote sensing is that it can connect the world and “helps us understand our world a little better” as former Trimble eCognition Product Manager, Christian Weise once said. Our customer ENEA , from Italy, is supporting an international…
Hope for the Great Barrier Reef
To honor World Oceans Day , we would like to feature the great work being done by the University of Queensland, a Trimble Innovation Program (TIP) partner. Researchers at the Remote Sensing Research Centre, School of Earth & Environmental…
Mapping the Evolution of a Landslide
Back in 2018 we reported on some interesting research being done by Daniel Hölbling ( Department of Geoinformatics—Z_GIS , University of Salzburg) and his colleagues on landslide detection, monitoring and forecasting. Since then he has been continuing this research and recently…
Quantifying the Release of Methane in Winter Lakes with eCognition
Recent studies have shown that our oceans are warming at rates greater than initially forecast and increasing the negative impacts of global warming and sea level rise as polar ice melts. Unfortunately, melting ice and increased ocean temperatures are not the only water-related…
Field Boundary Delineation with Multi-Temporal Sentinel-2 Imagery
We are often asked how Trimble eCognition can be used to detect agriculture fields from imagery and we typically tell our users to consider a multi-temporal analysis approach as fields change through time depending on the growing season and crop type. Our…
Automating the Detection of Early Season Weeds in Agricultural Fields
We finished 2018 with an article on precision agriculture and therefore it only seems appropriate to launch the new year with another piece on precision agriculture. Only this time we will be looking between the rows (excuse the pun). The paper from…
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