e-sensing: big earth observation data analytics for land use and land cover change information

The e-sensing project develops new ways to extract information on land use and land cover change from big Earth Observation data sets, using open Science. Our project is building a new generation of knowledge platforms for handling big geospatial data.

The "e-sensing" project is supported by FAPESP (grant 2014/08398-6), under the "e-science" program.

For more information, please see the project overview, the project proposal, or the project presentation.

e-sensing project selects post-doc in geospatial web services

September 2016

The e-sensing project has an open post-doc on design and development of web services for big Earth observation data..."

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e-sensing project selects post-doc in agricultural mapping

September 2016

The e-sensing project has an open post-doc position on the area of large-scale agricultural mapping..."

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e-sensing work presented at FOIS 2016 and GIScience 2016

September 2016

e-sensing work presented at FOIS 2016 and GIScience 2016..."

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Paper published in IEEE JSTARS

February 2016

We published a paper describing a new method for satellite image time series analysis in IEEE JSTARS..."

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December 2015
PhD thesis on forest degradation
December 2015
Fellowship holders selected

Image Processing Division


National Institute for Space Research - Brazil


São Paulo Research Foundation


FAPESP Research Program in eScience


IFGI/WWU