Thursday, November 27, 2014

Planet Labs are Using Tiny Satellites to Benefit Humanity - Video

A small group of scientists from Planet Labs monitor the Earth's resources using a network of tiny satellites that they call “Doves.”

In January 2014, they delivered Flock 1, the world’s largest constellation of Earth-imaging satellites, made up of 28 Doves.

Together with subsequent launches, they have launched 71 Doves, toward imaging the entire Earth, every day.

Planet creates commercial and humanitarian value with the market's most capable global imaging network.

Fresh data from any place on Earth is foundational to solving commercial, environmental, and humanitarian challenges.

Their global sensing and analytics platform unlocks the ability to understand and respond to change at a local and global scale.

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