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Monitor, analyze, and report on what matters

Harness the power of public and commercial geospatial data, regardless of technical experience, with Lens.
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Trusted by organizations all over the world

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High resolution satellite imagery, made easy

Choose your data

Say goodbye to inaccessible data and imagery. Choose from the best public and premium commercial datasets, all in Lens. It’s that simple.

We team up with satellite, aerial, and environmental partners so you can get the insights you need in one place.

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"Having access to high resolution satellite imagery through the Lens platform enables our project managers to assess and monitor high quality planting projects globally and report on forest metrics to our partners and donors. They take on the hard work of remotely sensed data acquisition, processing and interpretation so we can focus on planting trees and supporting our partners."

Breece Robertson
Chief Impact Officer

Get to work on day one, no experience required

Lens removes the technical barrier to geospatial data. We don’t just provide data; we give you the tools to analyze it.

  • Upload or draw your properties
  • Inspect for changes across landscapes
  • Visualize trends over time in areas of interest
  • Easily create automated reports
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Access global monthly 4m imagery from Planet, directly in Lens
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Monitor what matters to your team

Lens is adaptable to your team's unique needs. Our customers harness the power of our data and tools to:

  • Monitor growth and disruptions in forests
  • Track progress of restoration efforts
  • Conduct annual reporting on conserved land
  • Monitor energy assets, such as transmission lines and reservoirs
  • Perform baseline assessments of future project locations
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“Remote monitoring has helped TNC to save resources while still meeting our obligations for easement and preserve monitoring. It enables them to be available for other critical stewardship tasks.”

Ethan Inlander
Project Director, Restoration and Stewardship