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Past Webinars

  • 10.23.14

    Imagery Integration with ArcGIS

    Satellite imagery contains a wealth of information about the world that we live in. This information can help us quickly define a disaster response plan or track the impact of anthropogenic disturbances on our environment. In this webinar we look at ways DigitalGlobe's high-resolution imagery can be used to support public safety and mining applications.
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    By: Chris Patterson - Esri Canada Imagery Lead | David Hamilton - Esri Canada Public Safety Industry Lead
  • 10.16.14

    Turning Complex Information into Intuitive, Understandable and Actionable Intelligence

    A picture may be worth a thousand words, but in the hands of an expert who can provide context and intelligence, it is priceless. AllSource Analysis (ASA) leads the commercial imagery intelligence market with a suite of commercial, multi-source information and analytic products. Powered by DigitalGlobe's Image Partner Program as well as partnerships with the world's leading data resources and a network of analysts, ASA's expert team fuses unique content into actionable intelligence for critical decision-makers in energy, insurance, government, defense, humanitarian and financial industries.
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    By: Stephen Wood | AllSource Analysis Chief Executive Officer
  • 10.08.14

    DigitalGlobe's Expanding Constellation: Part III - A Deep Dive into the Technology Supporting Good, Better and Best Solution for Oil & Gas

    This specialized technology and solutions webinar was developed specifically for oil and gas professionals. Learn how DigitalGlobe's advanced, very high-resolution constellation enables unique value for the oil and gas industry and how WorldView-3's capabilities provide greater benefits that enable better decision making. The session covers solutions and in-depth technical aspects of SWIR capabilities, in addition to highlighting expected outcomes across exploration, reclamation and operations.
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    By: Bill Baugh | DigitalGlobe, Research & Development Scientist
  • 09.24.14

    DigitalGlobe's Expanding Constellation: Part II - A Deep Dive into the Technology Supporting Good, Better and Best Solution for Oil & Gas

    This webinar covers the specifics behind the addition of WorldView-3 to the DigitalGlobe constellation in providing best-in-class outcomes and enabling better decision making in the oil and gas industries.
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    By: Bill Baugh | DigitalGlobe, Research & Development Scientist
  • 06.19.14

    Spatial on Demand: Discover the DigitalGlobe Basemap +Energy for Oil and Gas

    Without complete, reliable data, it's nearly impossible to get a truly informed picture of the areas where you're exploring, appraising and producing - there are too many unknowns and too much risk. What if you could: 1. Create a living picture of possible exploration sites over an extended period of time? 2. Consume complete imaging-content-as-a-service, anytime, anywhere? 3. Consolidate all of your content into one place for a single source answer? Listen to this webinar to learn how working with the new DigitalGlobe Basemap +Energy from Spatial on Demand(R), the cloud-based data management system used by over 70 oil and gas enterprises globally, allows you to source information across the enterprise from a complete, accurate, and consistent picture of the world to unlock the ability for your end users to make smarter and more effective decisions.
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    By: Kenyon Waugh
  • 05.14.14

    Safer Corporate Oil and Gas Activities with WorldView

    There are three spheres in oil and gas operations that lean upon the same terrain data: corporate social responsibility investments in local communities; environmental sensitivity readiness at strategic, tactical and operational levels; and monitoring of engineering infrastructure conditions and affections. GMV makes the most of WorldView imagery, procuring oil industries with an EO-based service that integrates engineering, environmental and societal targets of production. In this Webinar, GMV presents insights of feature-based terrain classifications, the information structure for detailed land cover classification, eco-habitat sensitivity mapping and oil spills associated to engineering infrastructures: oil pools, trench oil accumulations, oil dumped soils, broad spills and combustion footprints.
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    By: Antonio Araujo
  • 03.19.14

    PhotoSat's Engineering Quality WorldView Topographic Mapping

    Vancouver-based PhotoSat has developed a technology to produce highly accurate topographic base maps. The geophysicists at PhotoSat have applied signal enhancement, noise attenuation and image matching from oil and gas exploration seismic data processing to produce highly accurate topographic base maps from stereo satellite photos.
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    By: Gerry Mitchell P. Geo
  • 10.30.13

    Automated Technology Solutions Using Multispectral High-Resolution Satellite Images

    Over the last few years, the constellation of very high resolution satellites has significantly increased. Volumes of highly detailed information increase daily and, as a result, customers' needs for very high resolution data are also increasing. The automation of data processing and analysis has become critical. Sovzond Company, with more than 10 years experience automating solution implementations for data processing and analysis, discuss some of their project solutions.
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    By: Andrey Abrosimov
  • 10.23.13

    Geology, Exploration and WorldView-3 SWIR

    Mineral exploration for both ore deposits and hydrocarbons (oil/gas) depends on finding patterns that point to a profitable deposit. The actual material of interest, whether it is gold, oil, or something else, is not detectable by imagery and optical remote sensing. Instead, the exploration geologist must understand models that describe how these economic deposits form. Using these models, the geologist seeks clues in the environment that point to a deeply buried mother lode. Optical remote sensing, particularly in the shortwave infrared (SWIR), can reveal very specific clues that the geologist needs for successful mineral exploration. WorldView-3 (WV3) data will fill a previously unoccupied niche for mineral exploration because of its 8 SWIR bands and high spatial resolution. A NASA satellite, called ASTER, had SWIR bands similar to those on WV3. It was widely used by exploration geologists, and likely all known areas of interest in the world were collected by ASTER before the failure of its SWIR sensor a few years ago. Compared to ASTER's 30 meter pixels, however, WV3 (3.7 meter SWIR) has dramatically better spatial resolution. This webinar focuses on optical remote sensing methods for seeking environmental clues that can lead to finding economic mineral deposits. Spectral matching verses indices.
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    By: Bill Baugh
  • 08.22.13

    Satellite Derived Bathymetry: Methods and Results

    DigitalGlobe's WorldView-2 is the first high-resolution multispectral satellite to provide eight spectral sensors at 2-meter resolution, enabling it to see further into the water and support bathymetric studies around the globe. Remote sensing of the shallow ocean floor has become much clearer as a result of the additional spectral bands, including Coastal Blue. This webinar demonstrates satellite-based technology, developed at DigitalGlobe to determine water depth in shallow coastal environment. The webinar highlights capability and limitation learned from numerous validation results, where we compare depths derived from WorldView-2 imagery with LIDAR and acoustic data. The comparison was performed across representative sites in the Bahamas and Caribbean, covering diverse benthic habitat ranging from bright sand to dark algae, in clear and turbid waters.
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    By: Gregory Miecznik