Planet’s Google Earth Engine (GEE) Delivery integration is a supported delivery destination from Planet’s Orders API cloud-storage destinations.
The integration greatly simplifies the GEE delivery experience by creating a direct connection from Planet's APIs to GEE, so that you don't have to download then re-upload images or spin up temporary cloud storage when moving imagery to your GEE account.
To use the integration, your organization must have download quota. Don't have download quota? Please get in touch.
Planet’s GEE Delivery Integration is not subject to any Service-Level Agreement (SLA).
Planet's GEE Delivery Integration streamlines delivery to GEE. To do this, Planet uses some GEE tools that are still in Alpha development. Consequently, there are limitations on the scalability of the GEE Delivery Integration V1. Please see the FAQ for more details.
If you believe your project requires greater scalability, please get in touch with us so we can equip your account with the resources you need, contact Planet's Integrations Team.
Get Set Up
See our QuickStart guide to learn how to connect Planet's Platform to your GEE account.
Place an Order
Our Order & Delivery docs will guide you through the process of crafting an order and viewing a response, and details which Planet items and which API Operations are supported by the GEE delivery integration.
Tips for Getting Started in GEE
Discover some helpful code-snippets for working with Planet data in the GEE Code Editor in our Using Planet in GEE docs.
Citing Planet Data
From a concept in our garage, to operating the largest fleet of Earth-imaging satellites, many people have invested time and energy in developing and enabling access to Planet’s unique data feed. Please cite Planet when using our imagery and tools. To cite Planet data in publications, please use the following:
Planet Team (2017). Planet Application Program Interface: In Space for Life on Earth. San Francisco, CA. https://api.planet.com.
You may be interested in Planet's One Minute to Integrations videos that demonstrate short workflows in ArcGIS, QGIS and GEE.