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Solving E&P problems with digitisation

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Monday, November 20, 2017

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Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence : Unlocking Geospatial Analytics for E&P

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Deborah Humphreville
DigitalGlobe


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Talk Description
The ability to rapidly analyze large amounts of data together with the increase in data availability are bringing new users and creating innovative geospatial applications.

Thanks to the power of the cloud, extensive experience in image processing and innovative machine learning approaches, users can now extract information at scale from geospatial data.

This presentation will focus on the benefits of the combination of satellite imagery and advanced geospatial analytics which enables E&P professionals to access over 100 Petabytes of high resolution-imagery and analyse them through DigitalGlobe’s Geospatial Big Data platform.

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