Identify and monitor areas of relevant change at scale
The Earth’s landcover is continuously changing due to both human activity and the forces of nature. For the image and geospatial analyst who need to identify, understand and anticipate change, Persistent Change Monitoring (PCM) highlights locations of persistent change, eliminating the need to manually scan imagery.
Update critical geospatial infrastructure efficiently with technology that can identify persistent changes in land use/land cover while filtering out noisy seasonal or natural cycles of change.
Rapidly prioritize resources and other data collections, based on were changes have occurred
Pinpoint where human change is happening on the Earth’s surface
Access to cost-effective surveillance of hazed assessment and construction over broad areas
Examine historical change and deviations from patterns of growth and development
Monitor and prioritize resources to update critical geospatial infrastructure
Identify, understand and anticipate change across the globe
Understand the location, extent, timeframe and rates of land-use/land-cover change
Persistent Change Monitoring
With 15 years of historical data, understand change over time in your area of interest.Contact sales