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Google makes Earth Engine available to all businesses and governments

ZDNet: “For the past decade, researchers in academia and the nonprofit world have had access to increasingly sophisticated information about the Earth’s surface, via the Google Earth Engine. Now, any commercial or government entity will have access to Google Cloud’s new enterprise-grade, commercial version of the computer program.  Google originally launched Earth Engine for scientists and NGOs in 2010. One of the world’s largest publicly available Earth observation catalogs, it combines data from satellites and other sources continuously streaming into Earth Engine. The data is combined with massive geospatial cloud-computing resources, which lets organizations use the raw data for timely, accurate, high-resolution insights about the state of the world. That means they can keep a near-constant eye on the world’s forests, water sources, ecosystems and agriculture — and how they’re all changing…”

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