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Supporting Peru Initiatives

Salkantay, PeruSkySatApril 13, 2020

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Planet Can Help Address

  • Forest Carbon Monitoring
  • Defense and Intelligence
  • Illegal Deforestation
  • Water Resources Management
  • Compliance with new global export regulations on deforestation and forest degradation
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Get in touch with Gustavo Tonzo, Account Executive LATAM at gustavo.tonzo@planet.com

Advancing Mining Development In  Peru

Peru is the leading mining producer in Latin America, and it is crucial that mining activities adhere to environmental guidelines. Planet's daily global images, combined with high-resolution images, are employed for detecting illegal mining, enabling effective, data-driven policy and decision-making.
HIGH-FREQUENCY, COUNTRYWIDE DATA

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

SCALABLE

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

EASE OF USE

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

SUPPORTING COUNTRYWIDE EFFORTS

Mining is one of the key industries in Peru, and the government has a significant interest in its oversight and regulation.

Illegal Mining

Illegal mining is a major concern for Peruvian government entities due to its environmental impact.

Gold mine, Huepetuhe, Peru • SkySat • September 8, 2021

Environment

Forestry and mining activities must be monitored and audited to ensure compliance with government-issued environmental licenses, as well as to protect native forest areas.

Overview of the region around Iquitos, Peru • PlanetScope • August 2023

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Get in touch with Gustavo Tonzo, Account Executive LATAM at gustavo.tonzo@planet.com
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