Insights

July 21, 2021
3D Planeta Welcomes Four Senior Technology Experts
Our new team members bring deep expertise in image change detection, earth observation, 3D modelling and design, and cloud platform architecture
July 8, 2021
We’re Canada’s Newest B Corp™!
In addition to becoming a B Corp™, 3D Planeta is also dedicated to joining the global business movement working to address the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
July 5, 2021
3D Planeta Reaches $1M Seed Investment with Concrete Ventures, NBIF
3D Planeta harnesses earth observation data from space, air, land and water to provide situational intelligence to organizations in true 3D.
June 16, 2021
Our Software Engineer - Mackenzie Storey shares how social leadership has helped him where he is today
How Social Leadership Builds High Tech Talent
3D Planeta’s mission isn’t just to be an earth observation technology leader; co-founders Norm Couturier and Tom Batty are social leaders in their hiring and support of students and young grads like software engineer Mackenzie Storey
June 9, 2021
A satellite image of a remote location
Satellite Imagery Makes Monitoring Remote Locations Easy
The “eyes” in the sky gathering satellite imagery saves time while giving decision-makers accurate change detection and monitoring of any place on earth.
June 1, 2021
Merging Public and Private Spatial Data to Create the Big Picture
The global pandemic has created that opportunity in the world of mapping and earth observation, where technological innovation has seen expertise and information, once dominated by government surveying services, migrate to the private sector.
May 20, 2021
Data is the New Battlefield
I witnessed the first signs of the metaverse two decades ago during a futuristic military experiment at Fort Knox.
May 12, 2021
The Virtual World is Now Real
Welcome to the metaverse, where real-life physical spaces merge with augmented, virtually enhanced spaces to create a blended immersive experience
April 29, 2021
Space: The Next Frontier For Big Data
The world now collects a SkyDome-worth (sorry Rogers Centre) of data from earth observation satellites every two months.