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Japan's strategic location provides a diplomatic edge to the country, but its vulnerability to tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, and earthquakes poses a threat to its stability. Planet's daily global imagery and key remote sensing data can help government users proactively monitor Japan’s land and coastal territories to enable faster, data-driven decisions across ministries and agencies.
HIGH-FREQUENCY, COUNTRYWIDE DATA
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 Japan's various ministries and agencies.
EASE OF USE
View and download imagery directly in your browser, or integrate with your existing GIS tools.
SUPPORTING COUNTRYWIDE EFFORTS
Planet supports the Japan's key priorities and has strong partnerships with innovative Japanese companies driving for stability and sustainability. Planet’s flexible delivery can provide a cadence of image delivery across ministries and agencies, helping leaders to quickly plan and respond to challenges, lowering resource management cost and improving impact to its citizens.
Defense and Intelligence
Planet pairs persistent global satellite monitoring and low latency tasking, with machine learning-based analytics to deliver early intelligence across shifting geopolitical landscapes and maritime territories.
PlanetScope • Tokyo, Japan • October 7, 2023
Land Use Monitoring
Civil Governments have leveraged Planet data to identify and monitor unpermitted cultivation operations, recover costs and reduce environmental impacts.
SkySat - Ghost Ships Iwo Jima, Japan 2015.01.12
Planet data helps Civil Governments monitor the health and productivity of agricultural land and identify new threats that impact food security.