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Session Overview
Session
14-01: How to Discover Quick, Easy to use Remote Sensing Data that Makes a Difference for Land Rights
Time:
Friday, 23/Mar/2018:
1:30pm - 3:00pm

Session Chair: Anthony Burn, Radiant.Earth, United States of America
Location: MC C1-100

Presentations

How To Discover Quick, Easy To Use Remote Sensing Data That Makes A Difference For Land Rights

Hamed Alemohammad1, Christoph Aubrecht2, Frank Pichel3

1Radiant.Earth, United States of America; 2European Space Agency; 3Cadasta

Radiant.Earth provides a geospatial and imagery technology platform that supports knowledge transfer to positively impact the world’s greatest challenges, including land rights.

This impact is created from the provision of remote sensing data-sets, GIS technical capability, and related expertise, supported by key partners, utilizing the power of imagery where it makes the most difference, across many intertwined land rights issues. https://www.radiant.earth/

Those partners include the European Space Agency, who provide Radiant.Earth with a full suite of Sentinel Data-sets, past and present, and Cadasta, who harness the full power of Radiant.Earth's platform to put those data-sets - global, regional, national to work on many land issues across the globe.

This master class will feature Radiant.Earth’s technology platform, with ESA data-sets, and Cadasta's implementation of those data-sets on the ground, to bring open, transparent, land data that makes a difference to communities in Southern and Eastern Africa.

14-01-Alemohammad-852_paper.pdf