Dynamic World: A new real-time terrestrial tool
SAN FRANCISCO: Google has unveiled a new dataset called Dynamic World, which allows you to see terrestrial changes or conditions in real time.
This tool incorporates deep learning, machine learning, and highly detailed images from satellites that reveal which region has trees, where is the water, and where are the crops?
There is a significant difference between actual data and maps on Google Maps, as images can be up to six months old. This is why the city is considered a man-made area of land, although there may be parks and large urban forests.
Google has said that every 1,100 square feet of land will now be classified under Dynamic World. It will then be described under nine different categories: water, floodplain, construction or urban part, crop, open field, grassland, or icy region or icy area.
Under Dynamic World, 5,000 images will be created daily and will be constantly updated. In this way, scientists and planners will know what kind of activity is going on in which area. It will also take into account floods, storms, forest fires and reduced vegetation