DeepCube – Explainable Artificial Intelligence pipelines for big Copernicus data
GAEL systems is thrilled to be part of the DeepCube project! Kick-off took place on January 26th and 27th 2021. We are in charge of the cloud-agnostic platform development that will host the different software solutions. We will bring our know-how in data access and in infrastructure-as-code.
DeepCube – “Explainable AI pipelines for big Copernicus data” – is a three-year project, funded by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Union under the topic Big data technologies and Artificial Intelligence for Copernicus. The project aims to unlock the potential of Copernicus data, leveraging on advances in the fields of Artificial Intelligence and Semantic Web.
The DeepCube Consortium consists of 9 partners from 6 European countries, representing the Earth Observation and space industry, research and academia, and Artificial Intelligence SMEs. To design the Use Cases, the partners will collaborate with end-users including the Hellenic Fire Service, Survey Technologies – a Qatar-based surveying engineering company, and Terra Nordeste – a Brazilian travel agency specializing in sustainable tourism.
National Observatory of Athens, Greece
Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Germany
University of Valencia, Spain
Logical Clocks, Sweden
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Gael Systems, France
Tre Altamira, Italy
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