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Past Webinars

  • 12.03.15

    Capitalize on WorldView-3 SWIR Data with ENVI

    There are a multitude of applications for WorldView-3 because of its ability to collect data from both the visible spectrum as well as the infrared spectrum. This webinar will highlight how the 8-bands of shortwave infrared (SWIR) information collected by WorldView-3 can be exploited using ENVI image analytics. Attend this webinar to learn how the combination of WorldView-3 and the large suite of spectral tools in ENVI provide customers with new, actionable information for things like vegetation and mineral analysis.
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    By: Matt Hallas, Technical Solutions Engineer – Harris Corporation
  • 09.30.15

    Basemap 101: Identifying Appropriate Basemaps Based on Need

    If you rely on mapping data for your projects, you need it to be accurate and up-to-date, especially for high-value business decisions. But with so many available imagery basemap options to choose from, finding the right one that fits your needs and best supports your business decisions can be tricky—and your choice may have a huge impact on your bottom line. This webinar provides thoughtful insights on how to identify appropriate imagery basemaps that meet your specific business needs.
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    By: Brett Marraccini, DigitalGlobe Product Manager
  • 06.29.15

    How Will the Google Maps Changes Affect Your Workflow?

    In January 2016, access to Google Maps basemaps through Google Maps Engine will be discontinued. Listen to this webinar to learn: 1) what does this change mean to Google Maps engine users or anyone using Google Basemaps at work, 2) what options are available to access Google Maps within your existing workflow and 3) the difference between consumer and professional basemaps with specific examples.
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    By: Brett Marraccini, DigitalGlobe Product Manager
  • 03.11.15

    Discover DigitalGlobe Basemap +Vivid

    Introducing DigitalGlobe Basemap +Vivid - beautiful, consistent imagery on a countrywide scale. Basemap +Vivid requires no tasking or traditional order processing. The result? Gorgeous, off-the-shelf imagery available immediately, saving you time and resources. Listen to this informative discussion on how Basemap +Vivid can help solve your geospatial challenges.
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    By: Josh Wiegand
  • 10.21.14

    Crowdsourcing Geospatial Big Data

    Every day, DigitalGlobe collects over 4 million sq km of high-resolution imagery, complete with super-spectral information. This creates an immense opportunity not only to see the globe but to understand it. Computer vision algorithms can locate every car, plane or baseball field, identify every building and map all the crops and minerals on the surface of the Earth. When the computers can’t figure it out, we turn to the crowd. In this webinar, you will learn about the DigitalGlobe Tomnod crowdsourcing platform – it combines the wisdom of millions of online volunteers to analyze trillions of pixels and respond to natural disasters, chart human conflict and search for missing people, boats and planes.
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    By: John Doe
  • 10.07.14

    Life Beyond the Pixel: Geospatial Big Data

    What if you could not only see the world on a daily basis but also understand it? Geospatial Big Data converts millions of square kilometers of imagery to structured information that can be queried, indexed, and leveraged to provide deeper insight and understanding.
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    By: Dr. Shay Har-Noy | Senior Director, Geospatial Big Data
  • 05.27.14

    Basemap+Vivid: DigitalGlobe's High Resolution, Seamless Map of the World

    DigitalGlobe launched Basemap + Vivid to provide country basemaps with superior accuracy, completeness and consistency. We're able to offer this product due to our vast imagery archive, sophisticated image processing algorithms, and a global content program that combine to create the highest quality map of the world. Listen to this webinar to learn how Basemap +Vivid: provides a powerful decision-making tool that readily meets specific business requirements and regulations across a broad range of industries and applications; requires no tasking or traditional order processing, providing immediate, cost-effective, off-the-shelf availability of imagery; and saves time and money by eliminating the resources and time needed to search, procure, manipulate, aggregate and stitch data.
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    By: Kevin Bullock
  • 05.20.14

    DigitalGlobe's FirstLook +Insight: Online Subscription Service for Emergency Management

    FirstLook gets priority tasking of DigitalGlobe's industry leading satellite constellation, which takes precedence in image collection during natural disasters, man-made disasters, political unrest situations, and human interest events. In the event of a catastrophe, insurance companies need to help their customers recover from the unexpected. Although you cannot control the weather, you can control the way you respond to it. Using FirstLook +Insight for damage assessment allows you to immediately understand your exposure to a particular event and be more proactive about communicating impact to property to your customers.
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    By: Glenn Reese
  • 02.04.14

    Mapping the United States and its Territories Just Got Better for 2014

    In response to ever-increasing demand for recent and relevant imagery of the United States, DigitalGlobe launched an unprecedented program to update all 50 U.S. States and U.S. territories on an annual basis. Leveraging DigitalGlobe's constellation of satellites, this commitment to a regular USA refresh provides timely and relevant imagery for more accurate decision making, and benefits anyone needing geospatial information of any location in the United States.
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    By: Kevin Bullock
  • 06.19.13

    The Importance of Surface Reflectance for the Analysis of Optical Very High Spatial Resolution Images

    The analysis of very high spatial resolution imagery is too often limited to the sole use of pixel digital numbers which do not accurately describe the observed targets between various collections due to the effects of changing illumination, viewing geometries, and atmospheric conditions. This webinar illustrates, both qualitatively and quantitatively, that not only is surface reflectance necessary to consistently and efficiently analyze satellite imagery, but also that the angular information of the acquisitions should not be neglected as it can provide unique features on the scenes being analyzed.
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    By: Fabio Pacifici, PhD