PlanetScopeBorder Camp Matamoros, Mexico2 of January 2021
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Planet Can Help Address
Natural Disaster Response and Recovery
Forest Carbon Monitoring
Water Resources Management
Compliance with new global export regulations on deforestation and forest degradation
Mexico is undergoing significant changes in all its economic and productive sectors. Planet's technology plays a fundamental role in supporting these changes, mainly in the areas of security, agriculture, and the environment.
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 Mexico's various states.
EASE OF USE
View and download imagery directly in your browser, or integrate with your existing GIS tools.
SUPPORTING COUNTRYWIDE EFFORTS
Planet is actively contributing to emerging projects in the security sector in Mexico by offering monitoring services geared towards national intelligence and security efforts. Additionally, the company is engaged in initiatives related to agriculture and food, with a primary emphasis on crops such as corn and wheat.
Defense and Inteligence
Border monitoring is the country's primary concern. At Planet, we offer a nationwide solution for intelligence and security and also collaborate directly with the State of Mexico.
Border Crossing El Paso, Texas • SkySat •April 11, 2023
The census, urban and rural cadaster are the main objectives, along with the detection of illegal crops and the monitoring of border areas as part of national security policy.
Mexico City Zocalo, Mexico • SkySat • April 27, 2020
Civil governments leverage Planet data to identify and monitor changes in land cover, vegetation, and other activities across extensive areas.