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Supporting Canadian Initiatives

BREIDABLIK PEAKBaffin Island, CanadaJuly 21, 2020

Planet Can Help Address

  • Forest inventory
  • Draught crop insurance and claims validation
  • Mapping of biodiversity, habitats, and ecosystems
  • High-frequency monitoring of mines, harvest sites and industrial facilities for compliance and enforcement
  • Flood monitoring and mapping
  • Plant and ice phenology
  • Ice charts, warnings, and monitoring
  • GHG emissions inventory (future capability)

About Planet Labs,  Geomatics

Planet is a leading provider of satellite imagery and geospatial solutions headquartered in San Francisco, California. Founded in 2010 by three NASA scientists, Planet operates the largest Earth observation satellite constellation, which serves the medium- and high-resolution imagery needs of over 750 customers in 65 countries, from governments, commercial businesses, scientists, developers, journalists, to analysts. With over 180 satellites in orbit, Planet is capable of providing global daily data to more than 35,000 users. Our ability to rapidly design, build, launch, and adapt a large, resilient satellite network provides greater understanding of our ever-changing planet.

Planet can provide countrywide, intradaily coverage, which can reduce the need for aircraft or individual resources.


Planet’s cloud-first APIs allow you to build applications quickly that scale across Colombia's various departments.


View and download imagery directly in your browser, or integrate with your existing GIS tools.

Provincial and Federal Governments are Turning to Planet  Data

Planet currently works with multiple Federal and Provincial governments to support a wide variety of conservation, climate change resilience, disaster lifecycle management, and intelligence gathering initiatives. Planet’s flexible data delivery methods and governmental contracting vehicles can deliver imagery efficiently across ministries and departments, lower operational costs and enable local leaders to make more informed decisions.


Planet’s daily 3.7m monitoring, high-frequency 50cm tasked imagery, and machine-learning analytics help develop a fuller understanding of foreign military capabilities, actions, and intent. Military and civilian leaders can generate an accurate Order of Battle (OOB), identify and monitor critical military installations, and track movement of sensitive equipment across regions.

Russian Navy reconnaissance base in Olenya, Russia, August 11, 2023.


The boreal zone holds huge amount of carbon stocks and methane, but environmental changes have re- released this stocks with significant impact on the global climate. Planet imagery can empower research,
diplomacy, and protection efforts to quantify, protect, and restore natural Arctic environments.

Shelburne County in Nova Scotia, May 27, 2023 (before the 2023 wildfires).


Planet has aided provincial governments during the unprecedented 2023 wildfire season. Planet imagery has been used to map out forest structure and available fuels for pre-fire mitigation, active wildfire monitoring during the events, and post wildfire assessments to better understand the areas most impacted.

Wildfires in Alberta, Canada, May 6, 2023.


Planet’s always-on monitoring mission provides greater situational awareness, allowing analysts to gain deeper insight into global events at the speed in which they unfold.

Drone attack of an oil processing facility in Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia, September 19, 2019.


The stream of daily Planet imagery enables precision crop management and crop insurance at scale by providing continuous coverage. These insights promote more efficient, equitable, profitable, and sustainable farming and crop insurance practices globally.

Agriculture by the Chaudière River in Québec, Canada, August 11, 2016.


The upcoming Planet Tanager constellation will help pinpoint, quantify and track methane and CO2emitters, enabling mitigation action and GHG reduction.

This methane plume visual is based on data accessed from Carbon Mapper and captured by an airborne platform.


Planet worked with ECCC to understand glacier pooling. Planet frequent, high-resolution data is available to scientific researchers around the world
and helps address problems from global warming to urban growth.

Mine Ice Shelf in Ellesmere Island, July 26, 2020 and July 31, 2020.

Learn More

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