Nonprofit & Government

Plan and communicate land-use decisions while saving time and focusing on what’s most important.

streamline APPLICATIONs

Evaluate  assistance, credit, and easement applications based on consistent, reliable data.


Allocate valuable resources efficiently with spatial assessments of site suitability and potential.


Track treatment and compliance with the scale and efficiency of Earth-orbiting satellites.

inform stakeholders

Communicate the benefits of land-use decisions across interests with the transparency of online maps

Suggested Datasets

Our datasets are provided as maps of the variables most important to your use, summarized by location and over time.



The terraPulse forest product suite is based on time-serial maps going back to 1972. Mapping forests as percentages of tree cover over time helps inform the detection and monitoring of major changes like canopy closure, pre-commercial thinning, harvest, and degradation.



terraPulse’s terrain products are derived from global measurements to assess site elevation, slope, degrees, topographical moisture accumulation and visibility.



Provided globally at within-field resolution, our farmland datasets are retrieved from the historical satellite record and updated automatically to enable retrieval, monitoring, and prediction of crop health, productivity, and yield.

range & habitat

Range & Habitat

Like our farmland datasets, terraPulse produces a variety of daily indices and longer-term summaries to facilitate precision range and habitat management, including soil and vegetation type, plant productivity, and surface inundation.

Use Cases

National Geographic uses terraPulse maps to preserve the headwaters of the Okavango Delta

The Philippines' Forest Management Bureau builds the country’s National Forest Monitoring System on terraPulse data.

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