SecureWatch has been adopted by over 40 international mission partners for access to its powerful, cloud-based geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) data in the two years since its launch. SecureWatch capabilities have grown at a steady pace to now deliver access to the complete WorldView constellation imagery library, our daily take of new imagery, and powerful tools such as Exploit Mode and Nighttime Lights.
To make SecureWatch more accessible to national security analysts around the globe, the latest release of includes a User Interface and User Guide in 12 languages:
- Chinese (Traditional Mandarin)
Select languages are available in EarthWatch, the commercial subscription imagery access platform.
SecureWatch and EarthWatch have subscribers located in many different parts of the world working on projects such as national security, emergency response, map creation, site monitoring over time, utility and resource planning, among others. Giving these analysts access to the best geospatial data through an interface translated into their native language empowers them to create GEOINT reports for their leaders more efficiently, which accelerates the process for making decisions with confidence.
The User Interface and User Guide are designed to automatically switch to the user’s localization setting in their browser, or the selection can be made manually in Settings.
Learn more about SecureWatch and request 30-days of evaluation access here: https://www.digitalglobe.com/products/securewatch
Request an EarthWatch trial here: https://www.digitalglobe.com/products/earthwatch
Top image: British Museum, London, UK taken by the WorldView-4 satellite on November 13, 2018.