The Geoinformation Science Research Team has created MUltiband Satellite Imagery for object Classification (MUSIC) for HotArea (HA) dataset. The HA is a system to automatically detect hotspots (e.g., fires and volcanoes) in the world in mid-resolution satellite data and displays the results on a web-based GIS system. Currently Hotarea utilizes Landsat 8 and Sentinel-2 data in global scale and in some selected regions, respectively.
The Geoinformation Science Research Team has created MUltiband Satellite Imagery for object Classification (MUSIC) to detect Golf Course (GC). There are more than 30,000 golf courses all over the world. They are good targets for research of automatic object detection due to their specific shape, world-wide distribution and common size. MUSIC for GC is the dataset to support the global survey of golf courses based on satellite imagery.
AI Bridging Cloud Infrastructure (ABCI) is the world's first large-scale Open AI Computing Infrastructure, constructed and operated by AIST. ABCI Cloud Service is open from August 2018. ABCI was placed at the 5th of a ranking list in the Top500's high-performance supercomputers, and the 8th of a ranking list in the Green500's energy-efficient supercomputers, June 2018.
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