Telescope® Next-Gen AI Satellite Image Segmentation Solution Powered by AWS

AWS & Affine Presents On-Demand Webinar 

Artificial Intelligence has been maturing quickly in the last few years, allowing organizations worldwide to automate drawing insights from vast quantities of data at a faster pace than ever before. A vast trove of satellite image data is waiting to be utilized for value generation across multiple domains varying from real estate, military, agriculture, urban planning, and disaster management to name a few. This is where Affine seeks to add value with our home-grown SaaS solution, Telescope®, powered by AWS.

Watch the exclusive on-demand webinar on Telescope®

AWS & Affine brings you an opportunity to unlock the potential of the next-gen AI. In this webinar, we have shared insights on how you can leverage Telescope® to perform real-time image analysis on high-resolution satellite images and view adjacent locations with the accurate coverage percentage of greenery, land, buildings, and water bodies in seconds. Watch the webinar now!

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Webinar Key Takeaways:


  • What is Telescope? And what are its capabilities?
  • How is Affine leveraging AWS AI/ML solutions in Telescope?
  • Which industry can leverage Telescope’s capability the most, and what are the potential uses cases?
  • How can you use Telescope in AEC/Real-estate and Insurance use cases?
  • Sample results of the Telescope
  • Overview of the Telescope’s solution architecture?
  • How to access the Telescope tool? And is there any free trial?
  • What are Affine’s future enhancement plans for Telescope?





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