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Crowdsourcing Malaysia Flight #MH370 – Campaign Comes To a Close

By DigitalGlobe | Published:

We wanted to take a moment and thank you. Your response to our search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was incredible. Over 8 million of you joined DigitalGlobe’s campaign on the Tomnod platform and together we tagged millions of possible clues spanning 1,007,750 square kilometers of high resolution satellite imagery. We are humbled and thrilled [...]

Mapping the World with OpenStreetMap via Mapbox

By DigitalGlobe | Published:

Kevin Bullock (@kevin_bullock), Senior Manager Product Management at DigitalGlobe We are partnering with Mapbox to bring timely and relevant imagery to OpenStreetMap. As of today you can access DigitalGlobe imagery for tracing through the Mapbox Satellite layer available in popular OpenStreetMap editors like iD or JOSM. DigitalGlobe has been a supporter and contributor to OpenStreetMap for many years now, [...]

Search for Flight MH370 – Possible Debris in the Indian Ocean

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DigitalGlobe today confirmed that it provided the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) with the satellite images that appear to show debris that may be related to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which has been missing for 12 days and counting. The satellite images were captured on March 16 by our WorldView-2 satellite at a resolution of [...]