Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Z_GIS awarded winner of Copernicus Masters 2015 - T-Systems Big Data Challenge

Z_GIS is one of the winners of the Copernicus Masters 2015! The prize was awarded to Dirk Tiede from Z_GIS at the Awards Ceremony in Berlin on October 20. Congratulations to the laureates Dirk Tiede, Andrea Baraldi, Stefan Lang, Mariana Belgiu and Martin Sudmanns 

Z_GIS is this year's winner of the T-SYSTEMS BIG DATA CHALLENGE implementing a service idea during a four-week sandbox exercise. The award-winning idea is a real-time image analysis & querying system called ImageQuerying (IQ). IQ is an innovative near real-time image understanding and querying system for big Earth data. Built upon an expert system for low-level computer vision, IQ provides each image stored in the database with at least one (or more) fully automatic generated thematic map(s). Image objects can be tracked by the IQ inference engine through time, resembling symbolic human reasoning. Information layers can be generated by users interactively by querying and combining thematic maps stored in the underlying database. 
from left: A. Baraldi (3rd) and D. Tiede (4th) 
This work was supported by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) as part of the project AutoSentinel 2/3, ID 848009.

Copernicus Masters – The Earth Monitoring Competition is awarding prizes to innovative solutions for business and society based on Earth observation data. More information

No comments: