SEPAL: A powerful, open-source platform for forest and land monitoring.



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SEPAL (openforis.org/sepal) is a freely available, open-source, powerful computing platform that helps users make efficient and effective use of satellite data for autonomous land monitoring.

Information is key to making good land management decisions. Satellite data provides an invaluable source of land, water, and atmospheric observations for identifying, measuring, and monitoring threats and improvements to global natural resources. However, the vast quantities of data available, however, can be challenging to use effectively.

Leveraging both Google’s Earth Engine and Amazon Web Services cloud computers, along with existing open-source software for processing satellite data, SEPAL makes it easy for anyone, anywhere to access massive amounts of data and put those data to bear immediately on critical environmental issues.

Visit SEPAL to find out the powerful resources available!
https://sepal.io

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