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 … read more

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 … read more

WorldView-3: An evolution of the satellites coming before it

By Craig Oswald, Exelis Geospatial Systems, Commercial Imaging Manager When WorldView-3 begins downlinking its first images in a few months, DigitalGlobe customers will have access to the highest resolution imagery commercially available to better support the growing needs of a variety of … read more

Top Satellite Image of 2013 – And the Winner is…

Mount Vesuvius! Voting for DigitalGlobe’s third annual Top Image of the Year contest opened on December 3 and in just 28 days, more than 30,000 votes were cast via Facebook, Pinterest, Google+, and Twitter. During the first round of voting, … read more

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