Cloudless ‘Synthetic’ Sentinel-2 Data

Before/After True-Color Image (Left: Sentinel-2, Right: Synthetic Sentinel-2 Data).

The Elevator Pitch:

Synthetic Data:

The Easy and The Hard Cases:

Before/After True-Color Image.
Before/After True-Color Image.
Before/After True-Color Image.
Sentinel-2 image from the 17th of May 2020. The lime-green fields in the lower part are rapeseed blooming.

The Future We Want to Build:

Continuous Monitoring:

One column for each day. Rows from top to bottom: Sentinel-2 True-Color, Synthetic True-Color, Sentinel-2 NDRE, and Synthetic NDRE. NDRE is a Red-Edge Biomass Index.
Growth of Spring Barley across 20 days in May (Denmark, 2020)
11 Days of Sentinel-2 and ClearSky Vision (Denmark, 2020)

Time-Lapse:

True-Color and NDVI Time-Lapse (April to October)

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