Open Source processing of remote sensing images

 

Orfeo ToolBox (OTB) is an open-source C++ library for remote sensing images processing, distributed under the CeCILL-v2 license.  It has been initiated and funded by CNES (French space agency) in the frame of a program named ORFEO to prepare, accompany and promote the use and the exploitation of the images derived from Pléiades satellites (PHR). Orfeo ToolBox aims at enabling large images state-of-the-art processing even on limited resources laptops, and is shipped with a set of extensible ready-to-use tools for classical remote sensing tasks, as well as a fully integrated, end-users oriented software called Monteverdi.

 

Recent News

  • OTB 5.6 is out! - Dear all, We are very happy to announce the new release of Orfeo ToolBox 5.6 and Monteverdi 3.4 codename Scincinae with a lot of exciting new features! On the OTB side, one can find in particular: MPI bridge to use OTB on HPC New sampling framework for machine learning with new filters and applications Support […]
  • OTB User Days Recap: Hackfest (3/3) - This post is part 3 in a three part recap of OTB User Days 2016.The third and last day was perhaps the best! Hackfest is the perfect setup for a full day of productive development with coordinated work between developers and users. Some topics we worked on are: Prototyping SAR visualization in Monteverdi (RFC-39) Migrating […]
  • OTB User Days Recap: Technical session (2/3) - This post is part 2 in a three part recap of OTB User Days 2016. The second day was mostly dedicated to tutorials for users. We addressed both new and advanced users with a wide range of topics, from complete beginner to advanced C++ programmer: Introduction to Monteverdi 3.0 OTB tools for image segmentation Discover […]
  • OTB User Days Recap: Plenary session (1/3) -   In this series of three blog posts we will be looking back at last week’s User Days, a major event in the OTB community. The first day was dedicated to the so called “Plenary Session”. In the morning, we had presentations from the OTB development team at CNES and CS : Introduction What’s new […]
  • Announcing OTB User Days 2016! - OTB Team is happy to announce the 2016 edition of the OTB User Days! This year’s will be held in Toulouse from June 7th to June 9th. The event will most likely take place in La Serre, easily reachable through public transportation. If you want to attend, please write your name in the “Who?” section […]