DigitalGlobe unveils cloud-services portal
Longmont-based DigitalGlobe (NYSE: DGI) employs about 600 people at its headquarters. It recently merged with rival GeoEye Inc., which has about 130 employees in Thornton.
The new My DigitalGlobe portal creates seamless, on-demand access to more than 77 million square miles of imagery, including content from DigitalGlobe services such as Global Basemap, First Look, Enhanced GEOINT Delivery and some custom customer content, the company said in a press statement.
"By giving our customers quick and simple access to geospatial imagery and information, anytime and anywhere, they can make smarter decisions faster," said Scott Hicar, DigitalGlobe senior vice president, in the press statement. "My DigitalGlobe is the next evolution of imagery dissemination that provides end users with more immediate and reliable access to critical information through the cloud."
The portal's online browser also allows access to multi-temporal imagery and metadata, and provides an exclusive add-as-you-go library for organizing, downloading and extracting data directly into workflows.
The symposium, hosted by the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation, continues through Thursday at the Gaylord Palms Resort in Orlando.
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