Tuesday, 12 November 2019, 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Dr Louise Lloyd, Rezatec’s Head of Data Science
The US and Canada are covered in massive forests. These are too big to observe regularly from the ground, but we can observe them from space. Using high-resolution satellite imagery and some ground data for training, it is possible to identify the number, species and volume of trees across large areas of forest with good accuracy.
Rezatec is combining data science with satellite imagery and geospatial data to deliver cloud-based analytics to global customers owning and operating land-based assets. This not only includes identification of tree species but crop identification, prediction of water leaks and forecasting global commodity harvests.
Dr Louise Lloyd is Rezatec’s Head of Data Science, leading a team of specialists in Data Science models and algorithms. Her specialisms include statistical modelling, data quality and technical strategy development for implementing improvements to products and processes. Louise tends towards the statistical end of the Data Science spectrum, having previously developed her craft as Head of Statistics at the Transport Research Laboratory.
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