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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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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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Bringing crowdsourced mapping to the classroom

Education systems globally are focused on exposing more students to science, technology, engineering and math—STEM. Introducing students to the world of satellite imagery and crowdsourced mapping can help to teach them, through experiential learning, concepts of physics, geometry, geography, open source technology and more. DigitalGlobe is well positioned to enrich STEM curriculum…

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GEOINT for everyone

As we kick off the year’s premier geospatial intelligence symposium, GEOINT 2015, DigitalGlobe is thrilled to share some of the work we’ve been doing that aligns with the conference theme of broadening the discipline’s appeal to sectors beyond the early-adopter defense and intelligence communities. Earlier this month, the presence of…

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