In this workshop, we will introduce two of the open source tools we are developing within the Europlanet 2024 project.
MAPS is a tool for automatically calculating the apparent depths of Martian pits based on the size of their shadows cast by the Sun.
DeepLandforms is a toolset composed of multiple open source tools and based on Deep Learning algorithms to detect landforms.
We will briefly introduce a typical workflow to produce geomorphological maps in planetary sciences, mentioning the most common problems and difficulties.
Then, we will explain how Computer Vision and Machine Learning methods could improve the mapping workflow.
Finally, we will present with both MAPS and DeepLandforms with possibly a live demo.
The last section of the splinter session is dedicated to Q&A and brainstorming.
Europlanet 2024 RI has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 871149.
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