Frequently asked questions

Everything you need to know about the platform and billing.
Is there a free trial available?
Yes, you can test it by making a project that's up to 25 hectares big. You'll be able to measure using standard measurement levels (10x10m resolution) and see how your project changes over time. No more calling consultants for long processes. Try us, it's easy like signing up for a movie streaming website.
What's the price tag?
Our pricing structure consists of an annual subscription fee accompanied by a per-hectare rate. As the number of hectares increases, the cost per hectare becomes more economical. To receive a tailored plan that meets your specific requirements, please reach out to us, and we will be happy to provide you with a personalized quote.
Is support provided?
The type of help you get depends on the plan you picked. Get in touch so we can figure out what you need.
What big or small can projects be?
Any size, from a few hundred hectares to many thousands of hectares. We think all forests deserve to have modern forest measuring tools.
What’s needed to get started?
Just your email, a few clicks, and your shapefile or geojson. Our platform will make a report just for the area you're interested in. And don't worry, we won't ask for your credit card to try us out.
What data sources do you use?
Our AI uses imagery from satellites that use radar and optical instruments. Some of the imagery is public and some is commercial. The mix gives you accurate reports.
What are the two levels of measurement available?
You can choose the measurements you need depending on your project needs. The first level of measurement will show you information at a spatial resolution of 10x10 meters. The second level of measurement, tree-level, will show you information about every single tree in the area you want to know about.
Can I generate baseline data?
In order to generate a suitable quantity of credits for a conservation project, it is crucial for developers to establish the 'baseline' for the region in question. This baseline represents the forest's projected state if the project was not implemented. In the past, baselines were unchanging. To calculate a project's carbon impact, developers would rely on historical deforestation rates and project them into the future. Kanop assists developers in adopting dynamic baselines for more accurate and trustable reports.
Who controls the data?
The data you upload, or get from generating reports, can be exported at any time using the format of your choice: csv, raster or vector files. There are no restrictions on how the data can be utilized or shared.
Is there an API to access the platform?
We have an API to help you scale your measurement and reporting operations. If you're interested, please contact us.
Is ground data necessary?
Our AI models benefit from extensive training using an immense dataset of ground truths. As a result, we do not require project-level ground data. However, should you choose to provide us with specific ground data relevant to your area, it can further enhance our AI's performance and accuracy. In such cases, we will assist you in importing the data to ensure optimal results.
How independent and unbiased is Kanop?
To make carbon offsets trustworthy, we concentrate solely on measuring and don't get involved in buying or selling.
How accurate is the estimation of the aboveground biomass?
Our study's results were compared to a global database provided by NASA. We determined that the aboveground biomass estimation has a mean absolute error of less than 30 tons per hectare in many ecosystems. For further details, please contact us.
Which allometric relations are used?
At every stage of calculation, we employ a range of specific allometric relations tailored to the biome and species under consideration. These relations play a crucial role in determining important metrics such as volume, aboveground biomass, belowground biomass, and carbon stock. It is also possible to configure the allometric relations you would like us to use.

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