The System for Earth Observation Data Access, Processing and Analysis for Land Monitoring (SEPAL) is an open-source project and platform empowering people around the world to gain a better understanding of land cover dynamics by facilitating the efficient access and use of Earth observation data – without the need of coding knowledge.
Learn how to use the platform with SEPAL documentation#
The SEPAL team developed this GitHub page to help users get the most out of the interface.
Recipes and modules#
SEPAL is always improving#
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About the platform#
SEPAL is part of the Open Foris Suite of Tools. The platform allows users to query and process satellite data quickly and efficiently, tailor their products for local needs, and produce sophisticated and relevant geospatial analyses. Harnessing cloud-based supercomputers and modern geospatial data infrastructures (e.g. GEE), the interface enables users to access and process historical satellite data as well as newer data from Landsat and higher-resolution data from Europe’s Copernicus programme.
SEPAL is a cloud computing-based platform for autonomous land monitoring using remotely sensed data. It is a combination of GEE and open-source software such as GDAL, Jupyter, the Open Foris Geospatial Toolkit, ORFEO Toolbox, Python, R, R Shiny Server, R Studio Server, and the SNAP Toolkit. The platform allows users to access powerful cloud-computing resources to query, access and process satellite data quickly and efficiently for conducting advanced analyses.
SEPAL is a project funded by the Government of Norway from the Forestry Department of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).