Spatial on Demand®

Turn imagery into a corporate asset.

Spatial on Demand is the largest energy-specific online spatial information database that integrates directly into desktop workflows and mapping software across your company and around the world.

Turn imagery into a corporate asset.

Spatial on Demand is the largest energy-specific online spatial information database that integrates directly into desktop workflows and mapping software across your company and around the world.

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With Spatial on Demand, you can...

Create a living picture of possible exploration sites over an extended period of time.

Consume complete imaging-content-as-a-service, anytime, anywhere.

Consolidate all of your content into one place for a single source answer.
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The data you need, when and how you need it

Seamless delivery

Seamless delivery

Whether you need imagery, maps, elevation models, or other spatial data to get your job done, Spatial on Demand seamlessly delivers to desktop applications including ESRI, Global Mapper, Petrel, Geographix, IHS Kingdom and Petra, MESA, Bing Maps, AutoCAD, Google Earth, and more.
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Build a rich geospatial model for exploration

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Reduce time between site planning and drilling

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Drilling projects need to be well planned.

Unconventional drilling programs can have hundreds of wells, requiring teams of specialists to perform feasibility studies in order to define the optimal construction plan for a field.

DigitalGlobe's geospatial data and information enable these teams to more efficiently plan, construct, and place pads so they can drill wells faster and more profitably.

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Data management and analysis for oil & gas operators

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Geospatial data management and analysis can be the difference between success and failure for an oil and gas operation.

Managers need an accurate operational context in order to make good decisions. Information to help understand the rapidly changing operating environment during a crisis is key. And understanding the effects that those activities may be having on the environment, surface, and subsurface is critically important.

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By combining multi-source geospatial data and analysis, operators receive actionable insights so that they can understand and act upon change in near-real time.

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