MDA aims to identify commercial activities and crowded sites (stadiums, hospitals, etc.) in urban environments through satellite imagery analysis. The goal is to reduce the risk of accidents and improve compliance with network operator regulations.
The project utilizes satellite imagery to analyze the landscape and detect patterns and structures that are indicative of commercial activities and heavily visited locations. This information will be used to develop a map that highlights these areas and provides insights into the distribution of activities and human traffic within the urban environment.
This information content will be valuable for various stakeholders, including network operators, city planners, and public safety organizations. Network operators can use the map to ensure that their infrastructure and equipment are properly positioned and maintained to reduce the risk of accidents. City planners can use the information to better understand the distribution of commercial activities and human concentration and make informed decisions about the development and management of urban areas. Public safety organizations can use the map to improve emergency response times and ensure that emergency services are properly positioned to respond to incidents in a timely manner.
Overall, this project has the potential to enhance the safety and efficiency of urban environments, and to support the development of sustainable and resilient cities.
Mapping Density Area