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SpaceNet is a corpus of commercial satellite imagery and labeled training data to use for machine learning research. The dataset is currently hosted as an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Public Dataset.

Github Repositories

Check out our SpaceNet Utilities for some helpful tools for using geospatial data for machine learning

  1. SpaceNetUtilities
  2. Average Path Length Similarity (APLS) metric
  3. SpaceNet Challenge Round 1 Solutions
  4. SpaceNet Challenge Round 2 Solutions

Next Competition

The next competition will be roads extraction. See the Roads Competition Page for more details

Catalog

  1. Area of Interest 1 (AOI 1) - Location: Rio de Janeiro. 50cm imagery collected from DigitalGlobe’s WorldView-2 satellite. The dataset includes building footprints and 8-band multispectral data.
  2. Area of Interest 2 (AOI 2) - Location: Vegas. 30cm imagery collected from DigitalGlobe’s WorldView-3 satellite. The dataset includes building footprints and 8-band multispectral data.
  3. Area of Interest 3 (AOI 3) - Location: Paris. 30cm imagery collected from DigitalGlobe’s WorldView-3 satellite. The dataset includes building footprints and 8-band multispectral data.
  4. Area of Interest 4 (AOI 4) - Location: Shanghai. 30cm imagery collected from DigitalGlobe’s WorldView-3 satellite. The dataset includes building footprints and 8-band multispectral data.
  5. Area of Interest 5 (AOI 5) - Location: Khartoum. 30cm imagery collected from DigitalGlobe’s WorldView-3 satellite. The dataset includes building footprints and 8-band multispectral data.
AOI Area of Raster (Sq. Km) Building Labels (Polygons)
AOI_1_Rio 2,544 4,082,529
AOI_2_Vegas 216 151,367
AOI_3_Paris 1,030 23,816
AOI_4_Shanghai 1,000 92,015
AOI_5_Khartoum 765 710,960

Dependencies

The AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) must be installed with an active AWS account. Configure the AWS CLI using ‘aws configure’

aws s3 ls s3://spacenet-dataset/ --request-payer requester

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