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Hi Community,I would like to ask if there are existing published articles on using PlaneScope 8 bands to monitor pasture biomass? I am interested in investigating on what the new red edge band can do in monitoring above ground biomass for pastures/grassland. Your feedback will be appreciated. Thank you community.
This image was taken on 12/18/16 showing a a location where tourists visit clear beaches for dolphin spotting and take scenic hikes into the local mountains to learn about the ancient Tayrona culture.Image Info: https://www.planet.com/gallery/#!/post/santa-marta-20161218
I have an AOI on the Planet explorer, with the actual satellite image showing on my Planet Explorer already. Is there a way download it through an API as it seems like that image is already paid by my quota on Scene tiles. To clarify, how do I only download this image below.Thanks
Hi, good day! I applied and was accepted under the Planet's Education and Research Program. I tried acquiring PlanetScope Scene and PlanetScope Ortho Tile. However, the website still requires me to “Purchase Access”. Is there an additional step to avail the satellite images for free? Thank you.
I’m trying to list an item’s assets (see https://developers.planet.com/docs/apis/data/reference/#tag/Items-and-Assets/operation/ListItemAssets), but the response is empty for some reason. For example, if I send a get request to https://api.planet.com/data/v1/item-types/PSScene/items/20220101_224552_0f21/assets/ (with my API key), I get a 200 response code but the data is just empty brackets. Can anyone tell me what I’m doing wrong?
Hello Planet-Community,I want to try Planet surface reflectance basemaps (https://developers.planet.com/docs/data/sr-basemaps/) to evaluate if it is suitable for my research project before purchasing wider access. In particular, I want to download a GeoTiff quad tile of a quarterly basemap mosaic via Python, as I have already implemented a processing tool chain which works for another satellite image provider. However, despite quite some effort, I could not yet fetch a single Planet basemap quad and are struggling with a bunch of problems:1) How to access surface reflectance basemaps (BGRN) via the browser on https://www.planet.com/basemaps or through the QGIS plugin? I followed the instructions given at https://developers.planet.com/docs/integrations/qgis/discover-basemaps/, but can view only visual (RGB) basemaps.2) How to get an overview of recent quarterly basemaps at zoom level 16? I queried the basemap overview as described in https://developers.planet.com/docs/basemaps/ with cur
These virtual 60-minute workshops will provide an overview of our business updates, product updates, and Planet product forecasts. The purpose of the workshops are to ensure that you have the most up-to-date information about Planet products and know how to use them in your day-to-day role.Please Register BelowHorizon Workshop AMER RegistrationWednesday, October 12 @ 10am - 11 am PST Horizon Workshop LATAM RegistrationThursday, October 13 @ 1 pm - 2 pm GMT-3 (Español)Horizon Workshop APJ RegistrationWednesday, October 19 @ 12 pm -1 pm GMT +8 Horizon Workshop EMEA RegistrationWednesday, October 26 @ 15:00 - 16:00 CETOur Agenda Business updates: Planet University Planet Community Professional Services Product updates: PS 8-band migration Tasking updates Reducing tile anxiety in Planet Explorer On the Horizon: Planetary Variables Hyper Spectral Pelican Audience Q&A
Can the Data Quality Reports be updated so that the scatter plots of PlanetScope (PS) reflectance against RadCalNet are for the current quarter, and not historical?Would it be possible to plot the reflectances (for PS and RadCalNet) against time for each band for each RadCalNet site separately***, so that users can see the variation from day to day in the satellite reflectances, and compare them with the fluctuations in the RadCalNet values. It would be interesting to add the Sentinel 2 spectral data, as in Figure 15 of the 2022-Q1 Report.Where can I find definitions of Absolute Accuracy, Precision and Uncertainty (see Table 1). PS Is there a tag for Data Quality? *** and / or make the data values available in a Table in an Appendix, so that users can plot the values.
September has ended and October has already begun! If you have missed the latest news & social media posts from Planet in September, don’t worry we’ve got you covered. Make sure that you follow our social media accounts to see all the exciting news coming in the future. We want to take a moment to show you some highlights from the last month! Social MediaLinkedinWith our new LinkedIn Life page (where we share what it is like to be a Planeeter) we are highlighting women in tech. For example, on September 10, 2022 Girl Geek X on Youtube featured Deanna Farago, an Engineering Manager here at Planet in their video titled Needing Space: Operating Satellites from Bed. Watch it here:TwitterDuring the week of September 12, 2022, researchers noticed seismic activity and venting at the Home Reef Volcano, an underwater volcano in Tonga that has re-emerged. A Planet SkySat captured this shot of the volcano on September 14, 2022. To see the post; click here.Additionally, don’t forget to check o
Hello There,We are trying to download imagery from API and for this, we have followed the documentation ( https://developers.planet.com/docs/planetschool/downloading-imagery-with-data-api/ )1) We are able to search imagery with coordinates ( as per documentation https://developers.planet.com/docs/planetschool/searching-for-imagery-with-data-api/) and response ( https://drive.google.com/file/d/1q3xyvH5ScfNs53kvtSSHCxsshr9uwLT_/view?usp=sharing ) uploaded on google docs 2) As per other documentation ("https://developers.planet.com/docs/planetschool/downloading-imagery-with-data-api/") we are trying to download imagery from API and we are making the below API call Endpoint URL: https://api.planet.com/data/v1/item-types/PSOrthoTile/items/5940459_3761508_2022-09-19_2251/assets/Headers : authorization => Method type: GET But when we make API request from this. API return empty response Please have a look (https://www.screencast.com/t/R6I6OZDFTf3y) As per documentation is should return sta
Hi Planet Community,My team and I are trying to download clipped and harmonized imagery through the API, the clip tool is running but the harmonized isn’t.We are working with the Surface Reflectance product bundle, so we defined Sentinel - 2 as the target sensor.Below, are the screenshots of the code we are using in Visual Studio IDLE. The goal is to integrate the workflow into an ArcGIS Toolbox.If anyone has worked with this tool or knows the reason why our code is failing we’ll be glad for the help.Thanks in advance.
How can I retrieve the data from the competition that Planet hosted on Kaggle?The Kaggle competition found here. Distribute all of its data through a torrent file, please note you will need a Kaggle account to download the torrent found here. You can also use the Kaggle api with the following command: kaggle competitions download -c planet-understanding-the-amazon-from-spaceAs an E&R user can I get access to the Planet Fusion product?Unfortunately, Planet's E&R program does not include access to Planet Fusion products. If you would like to purchase access to it, Planet's Technical Support is happy to connect you with Sales in order to do so. Unfortunately, SkySat Data and access to Tasking Dashboard isn't part of Education & Research Subscriptions. All products included in the E&R program as a basic user are:Planet Data: PlanetScope (Ortho Tile, 3 Band PlanetScope Scene, 4 Band PlanetScope Scene) RapidEye (RapidEye Ortho Tile, RapidEye Basic Scene)- Data available til
ESA: How can I apply for the SkySat data through the ESA Earthnet program? To find out about requesting SkySat data via ESA Earthnet program, please contact Planet's team.How can I apply for RapidEye archive data through the ESA Earthnet Program?ESA Earthnet program is open to any researchers or start-up company for R&D purposes. Planet's RapidEye archive data is available through ESA, upon submission of a Project Proposal, subject to evaluation and acceptance by ESA and Planet. Please follow the instructions on the ESA dedicated website. NASA:Can I get access to Basemaps or SkySat under the NASA CSDA Program?The program does not include access to PlanetScope Basemaps or any SkySat image products. However in case you require access to these for your research, please contact us for additional information, access options, and pricing.Who is eligible for NASA Commercial SmallSat Data Acquisition (NASA CSDA) Program?All researchers who are funded by any U.S. federal civilian agency and
August has ended and September has already begun! If you have missed the latest news & social media posts from Planet in August, don’t worry we’ve got you covered. Make sure that you follow our social media accounts to see all the exciting news coming in the future. We want to take a moment to show you some highlights from the last month! Social MediaLinkedinWe launched our LinkedIn Life page where we share what it is like to be a Planeeter and early career opportunities at Planet. TwitterPlanet highlighted thatGlobal Heritage Fund is using SkySat data to document threatened and damaged architecture of Ukraine. You can read about their work in a recent blog post and see the related tweet here. Additionally, don’t forget to check our tweets on #ScienceWednesday! You can find interesting scientific stories as well as how Planet data is used in different cases. InstagramThis timelapse of the Burning Man Festival in Black Rock City, Nevada, USA shows the city being built
EOMAP -a world leading company for optical remote sensing of marine and freshwater environments and one of Planet’s partners, has recently published their work on how they reveal the details and possible reasons for massive fish kill in the Oder River between Germany and Poland, using Planet data. As algae has been considered as one of the significant causes of this disaster, researchers at EOMAP could focus on algae bloom with regard and location thanks to the frequent and precise satellite data. “Planet’s daily satellite images were able to show for the first time, in great accuracy, where and how quickly chlorophyll concentrations and other water quality parameters developed downstream of the Oder River over this summer,” Dr. Marcus Apel, Director of Business Development at Planet. Read the full article in English.Read the full article in German. Image Info: Researchers discovered that the Oder River has been affected by the tributaries like Warthe on the right, increasing the le
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