Planet is the first private sector data provider to directly support the International Space Charter and Major Disasters, making PlanetScope imagery available to the public, volunteers, humanitarian organizations, and other coordinating bodies during select disaster events.View All
With a Planet Explorer account you’ll have access to our entire archive of imagery within the disaster affected area, for a minimum of 30 days. We will also provide API keys to access imagery programmatically.
Please email email@example.com for assistance in accessing imagery over the affected area.Create an Explorer Account
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In partnership with the Digital Humanitarian Network, Planet’s Rapid Response volunteer program ensures our data gets to the right people at the right time to improve humanitarian response.
With specialized training on the Planet platform, volunteers respond to requests for geospatial analysis from field-based humanitarian organizations in times of disaster response.
Commercial entities are granted access to our data under the CC-BY-SA licence, which requires that any derivative products that use our data also be shared under the same license.
Non-commercial entities (humanitarian organizations, intergovernmental agencies, etc.) are granted access under the CC-BY-NC license, which requires that any shared derivative products acknowledge Planet as an underlying data source.
Planet’s Disaster Response Program makes Planet Content publicly available as a convenience and at no charge. Licensees acknowledge and agree that Planet makes no representations, warranties, covenants, or commitments with respect to any such Content and further acknowledge and agree that Planet assumes no liability nor bears any responsibility in connection with any such Content.
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