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The beautiful coastline of the Asian Games is guarded by Sophon Big Data

As the venue of the Asian Games sailing and beach volleyball events, Xiangshan has a coastline stretching 925 kilometers. Sophon Big Data regards remote sensing as the "clairvoyant" and artificial intelligence as the "super brain". It can use high-resolution images from satellites and UAVs, as well as the intelligent interpretation algorithm created by the enterprise, to monitor the coastline in a high-frequency and high-precision cycle.

It is learned that remote sensing data has become one of the core data sources for digital China and digital economy construction. The commercial satellite remote sensing industry may be a trillion level industry. However, the low utilization rate of remote sensing data and weak information mining and application capabilities have always limited the industrial development of remote sensing applications in China.

Remote sensing is equivalent to taking photos. The big data algorithm can analyze the target from the photo image, and remote sensing monitoring has become the first choice for applications.

Many domestic enterprises that study remote sensing applications focus on the meteorological field, but Sophon Big Data explores its application to straw burning, solid waste stacking and other ecological environment fields. In just four years, the company has accumulated over a hundred algorithms and dozens of datasets, among which algorithms such as remote sensing monitoring of human settlements and solid waste texture analysis have reached the top level in China.

This year, Sophon Big Data, together with Peking University, Mining University and other top universities, continued to translate the latest research achievements related to remote sensing data into practical applications, and also continued to promote the construction of remote sensing big models. This innovation will become the ultimate solution for remote sensing information extraction, and is expected to be initially implemented next year

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