Planet And Google Cloud Partner To Bring Planetary-Scale Satellite Data Analysis To Governments And Enterprises

By Dina Kazzaz
August 23, 2021

Plan­et is thrilled to announce that they are expand­ing their part­ner­ship with Google Cloud. Under this new agree­ment, Google Cloud will col­lab­o­rate with Plant to cre­ate joint solu­tions that com­bine Planet’s high-fre­quen­cy Earth obser­va­tion data with Google Cloud’s cloud-based infra­struc­ture to enable bet­ter data-dri­ven decision-making.

Plan­et cap­tures ter­abytes of dai­ly, glob­al satel­lite imagery, result­ing in con­tin­u­ous­ly refreshed insights about our chang­ing Earth. Under the new agree­ment and with the new com­bined offer­ing, cus­tomers will be able to lever­age Google Cloud’s glob­al, flex­i­ble infra­struc­ture and Big­Query to process large vol­umes of Plan­et data on-the-fly, build scal­able work­flows, and inform busi­ness deci­sions. The renewed part­ner­ship reflects a grow­ing demand for plan­e­tary-scale satel­lite data analy­sis, pow­ered by the cloud.

Bring­ing its vast and grow­ing data on our plan­et to Google Cloud will make it pos­si­ble for both pub­lic and pri­vate sec­tor orga­ni­za­tions to store, access, and uti­lize it from any­where – we’re proud to part­ner with Plan­et to help busi­ness­es make more data-informed and sus­tain­abil­i­ty-dri­ven deci­sions, ” said Chris Arisian, Direc­tor, Part­ner­ships at Google Cloud.

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