Big Earth Data Intelligence | Appel à contributions

Potential topics include (but are not limited to) the following: (optional, but recommended)

  • New advances in the field of disparate data integration and AI (surveys, digital footprints, Internet of things and remote sensing) for addressing environmental and global development challenges.
  • The role of BED Intelligence in the generation of global or large scale information layers (e.g. biophysical variables, mapping informal settlements, exposure to natural hazards, crop monitoring, mapping poverty, etc.)
  • BED Intelligence for predictive modeling of socio-economic and environmental processes (e.g. urban development, population modeling and future projection, numerical weather prediction, data assimilation and forecasting, as well as for extreme weather prediction and nowcasting).
  • Discussion papers on the limitations of AI in the context of BED (e.g. optimization for remote sensing data, need for a large quantities of training samples and benchmark datasets, the challenge to strike the balance between the global context and the local details).
  • The infrastructural solutions and digitalization processes to enable BED Intelligence generation and its application.
  • The ethical and transparencies challenges raised by BED Intelligence.

Big Earth Data

List of articles from both the latest and ahead of print issues.

Language: en-UK

Publisher: Taylor and Francis


Submission guidelines

Important Dates

  • 1 March, 2020  Paper Submission Online
  • 31 May, 2020  Decision to Authors
  • 31 July, 2020  Revised Paper Submission
  • 1 October, 2020  Publication

Manuscript Submission Information

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