DigitalGlobe is an American commercial vendor of space imagery and geospatial content, and operator of civilian remote sensing spacecraft. The company went public on the New York Stock Exchange on 14 May 2009, selling 14.7 million shares at $19.00 each to raise $279 million in capital.

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  • Internships with Impact: Alex Philpott, Satellite Navigations Team Intern
    Alex, an aerospace engineering major at the University of Michigan, knew that DigitalGlobe does amazing stuff—with satellites, imagery and analytics. But he didn’t realize until his interview with the Satellite Navigation Systems team that even interns—from the get-go—get to do amazing things. In week two of his internship, when he...
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  • Open Imagery for Disaster Response in Sierra Leone and South Asia
    Earlier this week, both Sierra Leone and South Asia experienced devastating disasters. In Sierra Leone, massive flooding and mudslides have killed nearly 400 people, completely destroying communities and making search and rescue efforts extremely difficult. Halfway across the world, in India, Nepal, and Bangladesh, monsoon floods have displaced millions of...
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  • Arctic Race of Norway: Cycling the Arctic Circle
    Now that the 2017 Tour de France is over, international cyclists have headed north—to Norway, home to islands, fjords and the Arctic Race of Norway, the northernmost multiple-stage bicycle race in the world. It all starts 68 degrees north of the Arctic Circle in Andørja, a small town of 1,500 inhabitants,...
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  • Meeting operational requirements for persistent refresh through multisource imagery
    Satellite imagery provides the foundation for indispensable geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) when monitoring activity on Earth, especially within denied-access areas. With recent high-resolution satellite imagery, defense and intelligence analysts can identify the current posture of equipment and facilities at critical locations like airbases, ports, conflict zones, nuclear facilities and border c...
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  • Internships with Impact: Sarah Orrico, cybersecurity intern
    Sarah Orrico gets excited about cybersecurity. “Security needs change all the time, and you always need to think ahead,” she says. “I love the challenge.” Last spring, near the end of her junior year at Colorado State University, Sarah went to a job fair looking for a summer position where...
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  • Reflections on GEOINT 2017: An Explosion of Data Sources
    Today, more data is being generated than at any previous point in history. In the short time it will take you to read this post (provided your reading speed is the relatively average 250 words per minute), nearly 10 petabytes* of data will be created worldwide. *At the estimated rate...
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  • How and Why Open Source Software Has Become Mainstream for GIS
    The move from proprietary software to open source in the geospatial industry is something I’ve been personally engaged with for more than 15 years. So I’m pleased to have recently led a session called “How and Why Open Source Software Has Become Mainstream for GIS” at the very fun and...
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  • Monitoring Frequent Change with Sentinel-2 Data on GBDX
    With the introduction of Sentinel-2 data on GBDX, a variety of insights to our ever changing planet can be gained. Land features like reservoirs, agriculture, glaciers, etc. can all be monitored and examined using the publicly available 10 meter resolution imagery collected by Sentinel-2. Also, as a result of its...
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  • Rocket Bike!
    17,400 miles per hour on a bike? Get ready for a terribly inaccurate simulation of a satellite taking a photo of your house!
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  • Identifying Risks and Understanding Conflict with Human Landscape
    Political unrest and religious disputes have led to waves of military coups and sectarian violence across the Middle East. Now, as extremist groups infiltrate the Syrian civil war, it is critical that intelligence and humanitarian organizations understand the human dynamics of power and influence. But to understand them, we must...
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  • Earth Imaging - Episode IV Temporal Resolution
    In previous videos, we’ve talked about the size of a pixel—called spatial resolution—and the content of a pixel—called spectral resolution. Now we’ll discuss temporal resolution, which is how often a pixel is collected. Temporal resolution depends on three factors: Past collection, in the form of an image library assembled over the life of a satellite or constellation of satellites; Current image...
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  • EDX SignalPro now supports Vricon geodata at full resolution
    EDX recently announced the release of SignalPro 8.4.1, the newest version of its popular wireless network planning software. Among many new capabilities, SignalPro now has the scalability to leverage Vricon geodata at full 50 cm resolution!  For wireless network planners, this means accelerated project timelines and better model results with...
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  • DigitalGlobe 360 VR Satellite Launch 3D Experience
    WorldView-4, our newest earth imaging satellite, launches November 11th, 2016. Get ready with our VR Launch Experience. Also available in 2D https://youtu.be/jVNpSsMITMs While the rest of the crowd is miles away for safety, our VR Launch Experience puts you right on the launch pad as the Atlas V rocket lifts off. You’ll then follow into space to see how a DigitalGlobe satellite is deployed in Ear...
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  • How to Use Your WorldView-4 VR Viewer in 27 seconds
    Recommended Free QR Readers: iPhone "QR Code Reader" https://appsto.re/us/VlmQP.i or "Quick Scanner" https://appsto.re/us/iChm6.i Android "QR Code Reader" http://tinyurl.com/reader4android Watch the WorldView-4 VR experience at https://www.digitalglobe.com/wv4vr WorldView-4, our newest earth imaging satellite, launches November 11th, 2016. Get ready with our VR Launch Experience. Available in 2...
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  • DigitalGlobe 360 VR Satellite Launch 2D Experience
    WorldView-4, our newest earth imaging satellite, launches November 11th, 2016. Get ready with our VR Launch Experience. Also available in 3D https://youtu.be/orPdYOWq3sM While the rest of the crowd is miles away for safety, our VR Launch Experience puts you right on the launch pad as the Atlas V rocket lifts off. You’ll then follow into space to see how a DigitalGlobe satellite is deployed in Ear...
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  • g Governance
    DigitalGlobe's g-Governance provides data to help governments make evidence-based decisions.
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  • What is a DEM? How to choose the right one for you!
    At DigitalGlobe, we have the technology and know how to make accurate elevation products. Traditional stereo from satellites is one way we have been producing elevation models, but now, new technologies enable us to harvest our image library of over 6 billion sq kms of images to produce the world in 3D.
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  • Earth Imaging - Episode I - Acquisition
    Thousands of satellites, airplanes, helicopters, and drones collect images of our planet every day, but to determine which is best, you have to consider what you’re doing with that image, and which capabilities are most important.
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  • Continent Scale Map Database with PSMA Australia
    DigitalGlobe partnered with PSMA Australia* to create a digital map database covering the entire continent of Australia! Need to know what is at an address? How tall is that building? What roof material does it have? What trees are around them? Not only Australia, but this can be replicated anywhere in the world. Learn more at https://www.psma.com.au/ Created by http://micro-documentaries.co...
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  • The DigitalGlobe
    We built The DigitalGlobe to find solutions to the world's biggest problems. More than just data, we bring together smart tools to provide insights and answers. https://www.DigitalGlobe.com
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  • SecureWatch™ - Easily Access the Highest Quality Satellite Imagery
    https://www.digitalglobe.com/products/securewatch The SecureWatch™ imagery service offers a simple way to access the world’s highest quality satellite imagery. DigitalGlobe imagery offers the best commercial resolution (30 cm) and outstanding locational accuracy (10m CE90 and typically better). SecureWatch™ is continuously updated with more than 1.3 million km2 of new imagery daily. New imagery is...
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  • See Freedom
    "From space, the fishing boats are just little white specks floating in a vast stretch of blue water off Papua New Guinea. But zoom in and there's the critical evidence: Two trawlers loading slave-caught seafood onto a massive refrigerated cargo ship." http://explore.digitalglobe.com/see-freedom quote reference: http://tinyurl.com/seefreedom more AP stories: https://www.ap.org/explore/seafood-fro...
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  • Moving Big Data to the Cloud with AWS Snowmobile
    DigitalGlobe is thrilled to be the first customer to use Amazon Web Services’ Snowmobile mobile data transfer solution. Snowmobile offers high sustained data throughput with simple configuration, enabling DigitalGlobe to move its 16-year, time-lapse satellite image library to the AWS cloud.
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  • DigitalGlobe: The Sky Is Not The Limit
    For more than 16 years, DigitalGlobe has been helping people See A Better World™ by building a digital living inventory of our changing planet. We have the world’s most agile constellation of Earth imaging satellites and the industry’s largest library of high-resolution satellite imagery. But it’s the people of DigitalGlobe – passionate, dedicated thought-leaders in their fields – that make us the...
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