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The Sun Sets on a Successful Day at Explore 19

16 Oct 2019, 00:30 UTC
The Sun Sets on a Successful Day at Explore 19
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At Planet, our motto is, “See change. Change the world,” and we certainly saw and heard some Earth-shaking conversations and talks at the Explore 19 conference today. In his opening keynote, Planet CEO Will Marshall made a series of exciting announcements, like how our Next-Generation Dove satellites will deliver more spectral bands, and that our SkySats can now deliver 50 cm data. And in our product keynote session, Planet Chief Strategy Officer Robbie Schingler, along with other Planeteers, announced a series of exciting updates for Planet’s products, including a new ordering experience, an innovative tasking capability, and new plugins that can strengthen GIS workflows through Planet integrations.
Author, conservationist and Emmy-nominated host and producer Phillipe Cousteau dove deeply into the declining health of our oceans and coral reefs, explaining how Planet’s data is crucial to helping humankind make better decisions about protecting the Earth in the future.
“Planet’s technology is truly revolutionary because it gives us that opportunity, for the first time, to actually monitor the health of the planet in real time,” Cousteau said during his guest keynote speech. “While it may be easy to imagine we are beyond the point of no return, my main message today is ...

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