robosat - Semantic segmentation on aerial and satellite imagery

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RoboSat is an end-to-end pipeline written in Python 3 for feature extraction from aerial and satellite imagery. Features can be anything visually distinguishable in the imagery for example: buildings, parking lots, roads, or cars. Have a look at this OpenStreetMap diary post where we first introduced RoboSat and show some results.

https://github.com/mapbox/robosat

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