WorldView-3 provides 30 cm panchromatic resolution, 1.24 m multispectral resolution and 3.7 m short-wave infrared resolution.
GeoEye-1 collects up to 350,000 sq km of pan-sharpened multispectral imagery per day, making it ideal for large-scale mapping projects.
The WorldView-1 sensor undergoing radiometric testing to ensure clean and well calibrated imagery when on orbit.
DigitalGlobe’s constellation of satellites are continually orbiting and recording Earth imagery and data.
Remote ground terminals download the captured data and send new tasking commands to the satellites.
Massive computing and storage systems record and process the data received from the ground terminals.
A combination of super- and multi-spectral bands provides more than a pretty picture.
DigitalGlobe analysts have real-world experience. This expertise enables us to anticipate your needs and accelerate your decision-making.
Powerful analysis brings together multiple data sources in addition to imagery, like social media feeds and human geography data.
Big data computing allows analysts to run countless variables and data layers through our software, in search of the right answers.