Near-daily, high-resolution satellite imagery enables state and local governments to perform key before-and-after analysis and land management across a variety of use cases; from emergency response, to infrastructure monitoring, to water and environmental management. However, different government entities often procure data independently, leading to a lack of collaboration, long-term budget uncertainty, and decision-making risks.
Join Leslie Jones, GIO for the State of Alaska, and Paulina Zubatov, Planet Account Executive, to learn how data acquisition at the state level can help breakdown silos and make data more widely available so governments can provide more transparent and responsive services.
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