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Global Monitoring, Daily  Insight

Planet Monitoring

High frequency, global coverage

Planet Tasking

Rapid revisit, global intelligence

Planet Basemaps

Current, complete, and analysis-ready mosaics

Planetary Variables

Quantify the changes in dynamic systems

Planet Hyperspectral

Helping various industries see the unseen

Planet Analytic Feeds

Transforming imagery to insights

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Automated, scalable, API-first

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Emergency and Disaster  Management

Monitor events, improve response, drive  resilience

Transform Disaster Response, Recovery, and  Resilience

Accelerate disaster response with daily, high resolution imagery. Mitigate risk, get situational awareness, and improve recovery with before, during, and after disaster imagery, anywhere on Earth.

Get situational awareness,  on-demand

Our program offers government, commercial, and non-profit organizations flexible monitoring options to deliver the necessary data when disaster strikes.

  • Choose from always-on monitoring by region, or event-activated monitoring anywhere in the world
  • Access analysis-ready, pre-processed data within 24 hours of capture
  • Easily ingest Planet imagery into your tools and workflows with our simple API

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Monitor disasters at global  scale

Planet’s daily, global monitoring serves as a critical information source, enabling emergency management professionals to act precisely and quickly.

  • Identify damage extents and evaluate access to critical infrastructure
  • Direct response efforts with sub-meter resolution detail
  • Plan and monitor recovery operations as events unfold

Drive recovery and build  resilience

Planet’s imagery archive and daily collections enable informed action across the disaster risk-response-recovery-resilience continuum.

  • Understand and mitigate disaster risk exposures, before they occur
  • Improve modeling, and understand adaptation with archive imagery since 2009
  • Drive long-term recovery with continuous monitoring

September 2017: Damage on the Western half of Barbuda Island from Hurricane Irma

June 2017: Wildfire devastation in Western and Southern Cape provinces of South Africa

November, 2017: Destruction in Northwest Iran after a 7.3 magnitude earthquake near the Iran-Iraq border

May 2017: Over a quarter mile of land outside of Big Sur, CA slides into the Pacific

June 2017: Tornado pathway visible after touching down near Pine Bluffs, WY

August 2015: Blast damage after a large chemical explosion at the Port of Tianjin

Disaster Data Program

As part of our support for the International Charter for Space and Major Disasters, Planet occasionally makes limited imagery available directly to humanitarian organizations and other coordinating bodies for free.

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