Monday July 9, 2018 0 comments
WESTMINSTER -- DigitalGlobe, a Maxar Technologies company (formerly MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd.) (NYSE: MAXR; TSX: MAXR), announced the launch of its newest product, EarthWatch, a cloud-based subscription for viewing, streaming and downloading the company’s industry-leading geospatial data, enabling customers to solve their challenges with ease through a single powerful interface.
Using EarthWatch, commercial customers will have access to a comprehensive suite of DigitalGlobe products, including fresh satellite imagery from DigitalGlobe’s satellite constellation and seamless, curated basemaps created from the company’s geospatially accurate imagery to extract insightful information.
DigitalGlobe’s satellites image more than three million square kilometers of the Earth daily in 30 to 50 cm resolution, the highest resolution satellite imagery available commercially.
Customers will be able to incorporate analytics and image analysis in their applications, empowering them to make business decisions with confidence, such as building and monetizing the most visually appealing maps; monitoring changes of assets like structures and pipelines; and proactively preparing for and managing emergency situations with the best information commercially available.
Customers have unique flexibility with EarthWatch’s subscription model to select fit-for-purpose geodata whether they need the latest image, a time series, or mosaics. Customers can access it all in one place from anywhere in the world with no concurrent user limit, while only paying for the number of gigabytes streamed and/or downloaded.
“DigitalGlobe created EarthWatch to empower customers to extract value from all the types of geospatial information we offer in one simple interface,” said Amy Minnick, DigitalGlobe senior VP and GM of commercial.
“Industries like technology, energy, insurance, automotive and telecom, as well as civil governments, will use EarthWatch to solve their most pressing challenges with geospatial data.”