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Google Earth Engine Now Open For Commercial Use

The Google Earth Engine combines satellite imagery and geospatial data with powerful computing to help people and organizations understand how the planet is changing.

Google recently announced its Google Earth Engine is now open for operational and commercial offering for select customers in preview as a part of its integration with Google Cloud Platform. The Google Earth Engine combines satellite imagery and geospatial data with powerful computing to help people and organizations understand how the planet is changing, how human activity contributes to those changes and what actions they can take.  

Organizations in the public sector and businesses can now use insights from Earth Engine to solve sustainability-related problems, such as building sustainable supply chains, committing to deforestation-free lending, preparing for recovery from weather-related events and reducing operational water use. 

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This new offering puts over 50 petabytes of geospatial open data into the hands of business and government leaders. Google Cloud customers and partners can bring together earth observation data with their own data as well as other useful datasets, train models to analyze at scale, and derive meaningful insights about real-world impact. By combining Earth Engine’s powerful platform with Google Cloud’s distinctive data analytics tools and AI technology, we’re bringing the best of Google together.

The new offering puts over 50 petabytes of geospatial open data into the hands of business and government leaders. Google Cloud customers and partners can now bring together earth observation data with their own data as well as other useful datasets, train models to analyze at scale, and derive meaningful insights about real-world impact. By combining Earth Engine’s powerful platform with Google Cloud’s distinctive data analytics tools and AI technology, it brings the best of Google together.

To make sure businesses can make the most out of Google Earth Engine, the company is working with partners, like NGIS and Climate Engine, to help businesses identify and manage risks related to climate change.

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Victor Dey
Victor is an aspiring Data Scientist & is a Master of Science in Data Science & Big Data Analytics. He is a Researcher, a Data Science Influencer and also an Ex-University Football Player. A keen learner of new developments in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, he is committed to growing the Data Science community.

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