As a leading provider of geospatial data globally, Planet equips customers across markets and around the world with the information they need to make the decisions that matter.
Planet provides geospatial data for 900 customers, in over 65 countries
Planet’s unparalleled commercial satellite solutions are used by customers in agriculture, government, and commercial mapping; commerce, geopolitics, energy and infrastructure, and the environment. Across the globe, Planet is helping individuals and businesses to make smarter, data-driven decisions.
Chief Warrant Officer 2 Andrew Kremmel shares his experience with Planet and how the data used helps protect people around the world.
Sande De Haas, a landscape restoration and innovation expert at Justdiggit, shares how they use a range of Planet satellite imagery to monitor and measure the success of their large-scale restoration work on dry land in Africa.
Corey Jaskolski, President and CEO of Synthetaic, shares how their artificial intelligence (AI) software leverages Planet global data to draw insights across time.
Subhadarshi Mishra, Managing Director of the Odisha Space Application Centre (ORSAC) and Spatial Planning & Analysis Research Centre (SPARC) shares how Planet imagery helps them monitor land use and drive policy decisions.
Kyrylo Ovsianyi, an investigative journalist at Radio Free Europe, shares his experience using Planet satellite imagery to investigate and expose Russian war crimes in Ukraine.
Cristiano da Cunha Duarte, a forensic expert for the Brazilian Federal Police, shares how they use Planet near-daily imagery to uncover illegal deforestation and mining across the Amazon.
Gabriela David, Program Manager at DISAGRO, describes how their relationship with Planet helps them advance digital agriculture across Central America.
Alma Luz Cabrera, a project assistant at the National Laboratory for Earth Observation, outlines how they use Planet imagery to track and measure change in the forest cover across the State of Mexico.
Mina Tambrchi, Remote Sensing Scientist for the New South Wales Department of Planning and Environment, describes how they use Planet near-daily imagery to inform conservation efforts and monitor natural disasters - such as flooding.
A profile of how the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) used Planet satellite imagery to identify illegal oil shipments to North Korea.
Iara Musse Felix, CEO of SCCON Geospatial, shares how they leverage various Planet products within their platform to help customers track and quantify a range of activity, from biodiversity loss and natural disasters to deforestation.
With the help of Planet's high resolution satellite imagery, a team of investigative journalists were able to uncover hundreds of camps and prisons in Xinjiang.
Using PlanetScope as their primary dataset, FMI undertook a comprehensive geospatial analysis and created a national, public portal for forest stakeholders to assess and respond to the current bark beetle epidemic.
Led by consultation from Interpine, Pan Pac Forest Products automated the collection and reporting on clearfell areas by using high-frequency Planet data.
The Moore Foundation, Moraga-Orinda Fire District, UC Berkeley and Planet collaborate to deliver timely, accurate satellite imagery that supports remote detection and assessment of wildfires.
Overstory demonstrates how more sustainable vegetation management practices can be implemented efficiently with a data-driven approach.
Bayer Environmental Science uses Planet satellite data to help monitor the effects of invasive grasses and the progress of mitigation efforts.
Using the Planet platform and its daily, high-resolution images, NSW's remote-sensing team can estimate the timing of water take/movement and the volume of floodplain harvested water into storage.
With the application of Planet's satellite data and SCCON's change detection alerts, the Brazilian Federal Police has made great strides in preventing illicit activities in one of the most remote regions of the world.
Con el uso de los datos satelitales de Planet y las alertas de detección de cambios de SCCON, la Policía Federal brasileña ha logrado grandes avances en la prevención de actividades ilícitas en una de las regiones más remotas del mundo.
Com a implementação dos dados de satélite do Planet e dos alerta de detecção de alterações da SCCON, a Polícia Federal Brasileira deu grandes passos na prevenção de atividades ilícitas numa das regiões mais remotas do mundo.
Organic Valley leverages Planet data to generate paddock-level reports that help them manage pasture health and maximize their grazing success.
ORSAC together with Vassar Labs leverages Planet’s high-frequency and high-resolution SkySat imagery on a monthly cadence to monitor unauthorized land-use changes and encroachments.
Humboldt County achieved greater compliance and minimized environmental impacts of cannabis cultivation by leveraging Planet SkySat imagery.
Planet provides the satellite imagery that helps Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS) rapidly respond to changing conditions, thereby protecting wildlife and biodiversity.
The Phillipeans has a long history of natural disasters - from tsunamis and landslides to earthquakes. Planet imagery allows their Department of Science and Technology (DOST-ASTI) to better prepare for and respond to these events.
Land resource managers at Indufor leverage Planet data to identify changes as they occur and protect their forest from disease and degradation.
With Planet imagery, the Brandenburg Forestry Authority is better able to monitor, manage, and protect state forest resources.
With the help of Geocento and Planet data, Ireland's National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is able to monitor and safegaurd bog natural heritage areas.
Pioneered by Salo Sciences, Planet, and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the California Forest Observatory is a data-driven forest monitoring system that maps drivers of wildfire behavior across the state - including vegetation fuels, weather, topography, and infrastructure.
The New Mexico State and Land Office (NMSLO) uses Planet imagery to achieve greater compliance, protect natural resources, and generate revenue for the vital public institutions that they support.
This case study explores how Planet Fusion assists ARSKTRP in improving the operational efficiency of remote sensing management of the common agricultural policy (CAP).
At Freeport-McMoRan (FCX), interdisciplinary teams of engineers and scientists leverage Planet data to help monitor and manage tailings storage facilities (TSFs).
Amnesty International relies on Planet data to help them identify and stop environmental abuses before they irreversibly harm people and the ancient forests of Cambodia.
The Department of Public Finance in Wrocław, Poland, uses Planet satellite imagery to monitor changes to urban infrastructure that have implications for tax revenue.
With a vast 1.8 million square kilometers of farmland, forest, coral reefs, and other resources to manage, the Department of Natural Resources and Mines (DNRM) in Queensland, Australia relies on Planet satellite imagery as a critical source of information.
Swift Geospatial uses Planet data to monitor and analyze change across approximately 12,000 square kilometers of forest in South Africa, every week.
Chief Warrant Officer 3 Andrew D. Kremmel from the 5th Marine Regiment shares how global, high-cadence Planet satellite imagery improves their ability to sense and observe activity on the ground.
Using Planet satellite data, Lium Research is capturing daily imagery of renewable energy projects, enabling them to analyze critical details of construction timelines and operations
Royce Geo leveraged Planet imagery, along with their computer vision models, to uncover critical answers to how tanker traffic volumes from Russia are changing, and where they are exporting and importing unsanctioned Russian oil across the globe.
The E-STRATOS platform uses Planet satellite imagery to provide an automated data store that helps land managers monitor field changes and ensure uniform terrain.
Learn about the Blue Carbon Explorer, a tool developed by the Nature Conservancy to help map mangrove and seagrass blue carbon using Planet satellite data.
IMAGINE, a diverse partnership of state and environmental agencies across Wyoming, use remote sensing along with ground data to create strategies for mitigating the negative impacts of invasive annual grasses on the sagebrush ecosystem.
Verdi, a leading agtech firm, leverages Planet data to augment and automate legacy irrigation infrastructure - allowing farmers to radically improve productivity and reduce water risk.
Justdiggit, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting land restoration through nature-based solutions, uses Planet data to quantify and evaluate changes across African landscapes and ecosystems.
SynMax, a satellite data analytics company specializing in the use of commercial satellite images to find and monitor oil and gas assets and provide maritime intelligence data, has a solution that will guide energy traders.
One Tree Planted uses Upstream Tech’s Lens platform to make Planet imagery easy for users to interact with — and cost-effective.
Leveraging Planet satellite image datasets, NASA Harvest has been monitoring potential threats to global food security caused by the Russo-Ukrainian War.
Scientists from King Abdullah University of Science and Technology’s (KAUST) Hydrology, Agriculture and Land Observation (HALO) group uses Planet data to explore innovative solutions to sustainability challenges in Saudi Arabia and elsewhere in the world.
Permian Global works to protect tropical forests. With Planet data gain a better understanding of carbon mass in a particular forest area, and constructs project baseline assessments that factor in multiple datasets to support carbon credit programs.
PlanetScape Ai works with governments and international organizations to support human rights worldwide. They use PlanetScope data and proprietary algorithms to run large, custom, satellite-based monitoring programs.
Recent challenges in the rice sector have generated a need for new monitoring technologies, providing truthful and precise information in each region and season. For that reason, Oryzativa has integrated Planet images into their satellite monitoring platform for the rice sector.
Es así como la incursión de nuevas tecnologías de monitoreo hacen parte de la solución al proporcionar informaciones válidas y precisas, en cada región y zafra. Es el caso de las imágenes satelitales de Planet que son usadas como insumo de la plataforma de monitoreo satelital del sector arrocero Oryzativa.
É assim que a incursão de novas tecnologias de monitoramento faz parte da solução ao fornecer informações válidas e precisas, em cada região e safra. É o caso das imagens do satélite Planet que são utilizadas como entrada para a plataforma de monitoramento por satélite do setor de arroz Oryzativa.
The Forest Management Institute (FMI) is the government organization uses Planet data to document and analyze the devastating impacts of the bark beetle epidemic on Czech forests.
Freeport-McMoRan Inc. (FCX) is an international mining company that operates large copper, gold and molybdenum mines. In an effort to support its stated commitment to safety performance, environmental management, and local communities, FCX is using Planet data to monitor and maintain its operations.
EOMAP is an environmental services company using Planet satellite imagery to offer daily monitoring of water body changes during flushing events.
Observatorio de Industrias Extractivas, or the Observatory of Extractive Industries (OIE) is a research platform dedicated to providing data on mining companies and other extractive industries in Guatemala. To shed light on the mining industry, OIE uses Planet satellite imagery to monitor Guatemalan mines over time.
In the ancient forests of Cambodia, Amnesty International relies on Planet satellite data to help fulfill its mission of ending human rights abuses worldwide.
Researchers from the University of Campinas (UNICAMP) and Embrapa Digital Agriculture explored the potential of using spectral and textural information derived from PlanetScope imagery and machine learning algorithms to create models that achieved moderately high accuracy to predict pasture aboveground biomass and canopy height, explaining 65% and 89% of the variability of these variables, respectively.