Planet Labs

Virtual Panel: Current and Future Needs for Emergency Prevention, Response and Recovery Mapping

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Banner for the Planet Labs/Copernicus EMS Virtual Panel. Image: Planet Labs/Copernicus EMS.

The role of the Earth Observation industry in emergency situations and crisis response has significantly grown in recent years. Climate change brought forest fires, floods and other emergency states that have put Earth Observation and its data to the forefront. Data provided by the Earth Observation industry provides insights that allow emergency services to put their action plan in place appropriately and act timely.

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03/03/2021

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Planet Labs, Copernicus Emergency Management Service

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New NICFI programme provides high-resolution imagery to help combat climate change effects

Official Logo of NICFI. Image: NICFI.

A new programme aims to prevent and countermand the loss of tropical forests by facilitating the global availability of high-resolution satellite imagery. Launched by Norway’s Ministry of Climate and Environment in partnership with satellite imagery providers Kongsberg Satellite Services, Planetand Airbus, the Imagery Programme makes use of space-based information to combat the devastating effects of climate change, mitigate disasters and facilitate disaster management efforts worldwide.

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Tue, 08/12/2020 - 14:03

UN-SPIDER Updates August 2018

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Fri, 14/09/2018
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UN-SPIDER at a glance

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Nano satellites: Democratizing access to Earth observation information

Cubesat Deployment

In January 2014, Planet Labs, a small San Francisco based Startup Company, delivered a payload of 28 Earth Imaging Satellites or to the International Space Station (ISS) and in February the fleet of shoebox-sized satellites was deployed by ejecting them from an airlock, this fleet of miniature satellites or cubsats measuring 10 cm x 10cm x 30cm aims to revolutionize the space industry by providing cheap miniature satellites with the goal of gaining unparallel insight into real time activity on the Earth’s Surface. 

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Fri, 16/05/2014 - 14:59
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