NZ’s Eagle Technology partners with Planet

By on 28 October, 2020

New Zealand Esri users will enjoy streamlined access to Planet imagery under the new partnership. Image supplied.

Planet has inked a distribution deal with New Zealand’s Eagle Technology, allowing customers to purchase imagery directly.

Esri users in New Zealand will now be able to integrate current, high resolution imagery into their workflows under this new partnership between Planet and Eagle Technology, local distributor for ArcGIS.

Managing director Duane Eagle said that users can now purchase Planet’s satellite imagery directly from Eagle, greatly boosting applications for change detection monitoring, such as land use planning.

“Esri’s imagery analysis and change detection is a logical fit with Planet’s mission to make global change visible,” he said.

“Planet’s imagery, combined with ArcGIS software, means our customers can plan and monitor workflows with current imagery to map and track change more frequently than ever before.”

For Planet’s part, director of Channels & Alliances APAC for Planet, Simon Campbell welcomed the agreement.

“We are very excited about our partnership with Eagle Technology. Our mutual alignment with Esri and the calibre of skills they bring to market will help customers see immense value from access to Planet’s satellite imagery and analytics,” he said.

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