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Production, visualization and analysis of large volumes of remote sensing images modeled as multidimensional data cubes for the entire Brazilian territory.

Integracão dos ambientes Brazil Data Cube e Open Data Cube

by Felipe Menino Carlos¹, Vitor C. F. Gomes², Gilberto Ribeiro de Queiroz¹,
Karine Reis Ferreira¹, Rafael Santos¹

¹Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE) – 12227-010 – Sao José dos Campos – SP – Brasil
² Divisao de C4ISR – IEAV/DCTA – 12.228-001 – Sao José dos Campos – SP – Brasil

Publisher: Anais do 21º GEOINFO | Published: 3 December 2020


The availability of large quantities of Earth observation data by satellite images has enabled different technologies and research. Given the challenges that this volume of data resents, the organization of these in data cube formats becomes fundamental for any large scale study. Providing tools that use these data cubes simpler allows their widespread use in various contexts. This article aims to present the ongoing work on the extension of the data cube analysis and visualization tools produced by the Brazil Data Cube project by integrating these tools with the Open Data Cube framework.


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Carlos, F. M.; Gomes, V. C. F.; Queiroz, G. R.; Ferreira, K. R.; Santos, R. D. C. Integração dos ambientes Brazil Data Cube e Open Data Cube. Em: SIMPÓSIO BRASILEIRO DE GEOINFORMÁTICA (GEOINFO). Anais do 21o. GEOINFO, 30 de novembro a 3 de dezembro de 2020, São José dos Campos, SP, Brazil. INPE, 2020. Online. ISSN 2179-4847. In press.

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