How DigitalGlobe is helping people “see better oceans”

Did you know that about 71% of the earth’s surface is covered with water? That’s why the work performed by DigitalGlobe Marine Services—which enables government agencies and commercial fishing organizations to unlock critical information about our changing oceans—is so important. The fishing industry is critical to our global economy and…

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Space 2.0 keynote address

On April 26, DigitalGlobe Founder and CTO Dr. Walter Scott gave the keynote address at the Space 2.0 conference in Silicon Valley. Walter discussed how the Space 2.0 ecosystem is solving complex problems at global scale, shared details about DigitalGlobe’s next-generation WorldView Legion constellation, and gave a sneak peek at…

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DigitalGlobe moves to the cloud with AWS Snowmobile

DigitalGlobe has been collecting imagery of Earth from space since our QuickBird satellite launched in 2001. As we’ve continued to launch new satellites to join our world-class constellation, our collection capacity and resolution have increased. In the past 17 years, we’ve collected more than 7 billion square kilometers of imagery….

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DigitalGlobe satellite imagery launch for OpenStreetMap

OpenStreetMap (OSM) is a free and open database of Earth’s features created by contributions from volunteer mappers. Every day, thousands of new features are added and existing features are enriched. Accurate, high-resolution and up-to-date satellite imagery is an essential component for improving this continuously evolving map of our planet –…

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