Teledyne to lead GeoAI discussion at Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing

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Vaughan, CANADA, June 17, 2021 ─ Teledyne Optech and Teledyne CARIS, both Teledyne Technologies [NYSE:TDY] companies and global leaders in advanced lidar sensors and marine mapping software, will join a panel discussion at the 42nd Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing. The virtual event runs from June 21-24.

The Teledyne sponsored Advancements in GeoAI session (Tuesday, June 22, 2021 – 11:00 to 12:15 MT), will focus on the application of AI for generating insights from data of different geographies —below water, on land, and to the very treetops. The geospatial community has been gradually adopting AI-based techniques for tasks that are difficult to accomplish with heuristic algorithms or are very labor intensive, such as object detection and semantic segmentation in large-scale datasets. AI techniques can be applied to various data types including the tabulated, the point, and the pixel. The session will give an insight into the progress made in the field and the future of AI in geospatial technology.

Chaired by Malek Singer, Product Manager, Airborne, Teledyne Optech, the panel will have leaders from Canadian forestry, hydrography, and built environment analytics, as well as industry leaders in the development of remote sensing sensors and software solutions.

To register, visit https://csrs2021.exordo.com/login



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