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Kazakhstan Leverages Planet Data for Agriculture, Resource Management, and Disaster Response

Spanning over a vast expanse of 2.7 million square kilometers, Kazakhstan stands as the world's largest landlocked country–a colossal landmass characterized by its diverse geography, ranging from bustling urban centers, to sprawling steppes and rugged mountain ranges. For authorities tasked…...


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Ensuring Sustainable Urban Development and Protecting Biodiversity with the Government of New South Wales

Earlier this year, the Australian government of New South Wales (NSW) designated $100 million towards housing development and biodiversity protection. This allocation is set to enhance the existing programs run by the government of NSW, such the Cumberland Plain Conservation…

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Planet On The Road DC: Government Alignment, Artificial Intelligence Solutions, and International Collaboration

At Planet, we have a long history of working with the U.S. government, and this relationship lives at our roots. Over fourteen years ago, our founders all met while working at NASA where the idea of Planet ultimately came to…

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On-Demand Demos: Planet Integrations in Action

See how near-daily imagery and analysis-ready datasets from Planet work within your existing GIS platforms in our collection of on-demand demos. Our continuously growing catalog of short video demonstrations are a great resource for learning how to supercharge your analysis…

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Planet’s response to earthquakes in Turkey and Syria

We are heartbroken by the tragedy in Turkey and Syria, and Planet remains committed to assisting with the ongoing disaster response by providing data to the International Charter Space and Major Disasters, which makes our imagery available to the public, media, volunteers, humanitarian organizations, and other coordinating bodies during select disaster events. […]

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Satellites enable disaster management for unprecedented Australian floods

Last month, Australia was hit with “once in a century flooding” which stranded communities and forced mass evacuations. Officials reported that in some regions of Western Australia, water covered up to 50 sq kilometers and aircrafts were used to administer aid and supplies. At Planet, we are committed to supporting governments and […]

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University of Arizona Explores Our Earth with New Campus-Wide Planet License 

We are proud to share that the University of Arizona (UArizona) is the newest university to obtain a campus-wide license through our Education and Research Program!  Throughout its history, the University of Arizona has conducted exceptional research in relation to space and exploration. It is one of the most awarded universities in […]

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Monitoring sewage from space

How Earth observation and geospatial data can help tackle sewage and safeguard the environment. Last summer’s deluge in London dropped an equivalent of two month’s rain in just two hours, and those flash floods precipitated popped tops on manhole covers and sewage pollution warnings spanning from British streets to Welsh beaches.  A […]

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Self-guided learning opportunities for Black History Month, February 2023

Planet is  proud to celebrate Black History Month, as a time to listen, learn, and reflect on Black culture. Black @ Planet and employee experience teams have identified a number of self-guided learning opportunities to engage in throughout the month and all year long. Many can be enjoyed from your living room and […]

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