Announcing WorldView-4 Commercial AvailabilityLearn about commercial products and features sourced from WorldView-4, our new industry leading Earth imaging satellite. With WorldView-4, customers can see even more of our ever-changing planet in the highest quality possible in the industry.Expand CollapseBy: Deke Young | Senior Director of Product Management DigitalGlobe
Satellite Imagery Applications in the Mining Lifecycle
The Human Landscape: A mosaic of geospatial and sociocultural data
For critical decisions, understanding the elements of human geography provides a more valuable and comprehensive perspective of a particular location.
This webinar demonstrates how the Human Landscape helps identify and analyze key human dynamics to prevent, manage or resolve conflict and crisis.By: Berkley Almeida | Lead Product Marketing Manager, DigitalGlobe
Create Accurate Vector Building Footprints at Scale with Machine Learning
Imagine processing huge amounts of imaging in an accurate and rapid manner. Ecopia Tech is a geospatial big data analytics service that helps customers derive new insights by transforming Earth imagery into vector feature maps. Their proprietary technology uses the latest in remote sensing techniques and machine learning algorithms to automate feature extraction.
The Ecopia system extracts any feature discernible by the human eye, with specialization in accurate, large-scale building footprint extraction. The Ecopia team extracts 15 million building footprints a month, and their customers, partners and resellers combine this information with their own unique data sets to create robust, continent-wide derivative products.By: Bill Singleton | Vice President – Sales Ecopia Tech
Plan the wireless networks of tomorrow with advanced geodata
Advanced cartographic geodata for wireless network planning
As wireless networks progress toward 5G, network planners need to model increasingly complex technologies in difficult environments. Modeling software has continued to keep pace with the rapid development of new wireless technologies, but the underlying geodata has remained largely unchanged, until now.
This webinar will provide an overview of cutting-edge geodata that enables RF modelers and microwave backhaul planners to confidently model the networks of the future.By: Ryan Hamilton | Product Manager DigitalGlobe
Exploration Remote Sensing: What Every Geologist Needs to Know About Technology and Trends for 2017
The webinar will showcase highlights of geological remote sensing as applied to mineral exploration with a focus on latest resource satellites including the American DigitalGlobe WorldView-3 platform. WorldView-3 satellite data represents the most significant advance in geological remote sensing and is the clear successor to Landsat and ASTER for exploration, mining, petroleum and related environmental applications.
Available commercially for just over a year, WorldView-3 measures 17 spectral bands with pixel sizes ranging from 30cm to 7.5m and creates an opportunity to search the globe for what the previous resource satellites have missed. Exploration Mapping Group will show a variety of applications for base and precious metals exploration, mining and environmental applications.By: Dan Taranik | Exploration Mapping Group, Inc. A DigitalGlobe Information Partner
Precise Ortho Imagery as the Source for Authoritative Airport MappingAs the aviation industry moves from paper maps and charts to the digital cockpit and electronic flight bag, producers of these products need current and accurate data to ensure flight safety. FAA (Federal Aviation Administration), ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) and other international aviation authorities require certified suppliers to follow a defined protocol to produce authoritative map data for the aerodrome. Typical airport maps have been produced to meet 5 m accuracy requirements by way of satellite imagery. The new digital aviation world is moving to 1 m accuracy maps to provide better situational awareness on the aerodrome. The commercial availability of 0.3 m - 0.5 m satellite imagery combined with accurate ground control is enabling the production of avionics certified .85 m orthophotos of airports around the globe. The value of high accuracy, up to date, authoritative imagery and attribute rich vector maps is realized by aviators, avionics integrators and airport operations alike. CompassData maintains an archive of over 500 airports as source data to support producers of 1 m certified Aerodrome Mapping Database (AMDB) critical to flight safety and automated situational awareness. CompassData is a DO200A certified supplier of authoritative orthoimagery. Register to attend and learn how to utilize current airport imagery to build digital aviation mapping products and the fundamental value to aviators, integrators and airport operators.Expand CollapseBy: Hayden Howard | Vice President, Compass Data
Gain Actionable Insight from Geospatial Data on a Worldwide Scale - EMEARLearn how businesses are benefiting from the wide variety of information and insight they can derive from Earth imaging. This free webinar will cover how customers today are using the GBDX platform to extract valuable information for internal use and resale. Participants will learn how the GBDX platform works, as well as how an integrated producer and consumer ecosystem is creating a robust information marketplace.Expand CollapseBy: Dr. Jordan Winkler | Platform Market Solutions, DigitalGlobe
Gain Actionable Insight from Geospatial Data on a Worldwide Scale – North AmericaLearn how businesses are benefiting from the wide variety of information and insight they can derive from Earth imaging. This free webinar will cover how customers today are using the GBDX platform to extract valuable information for internal use and resale. Participants will learn how the GBDX platform works, as well as how an integrated producer and consumer ecosystem is creating a robust information marketplace.Expand CollapseBy: Dr. Jordan Winkler | Platform Market Solutions, DigitalGlobe
Pipeline Monitoring with Geospatial Big DataImprove the safety and security of your property and infrastructure with geospatial data. Feature extraction through advanced image processing algorithms and machine learning helps you detect human activity near pipeline assets and survey for regulatory violations, to help you save time, money, and even lives. Register for this webinar to learn how various data sources can be aggregated and analyzed to help protect valuable oil and gas infrastructure.Expand CollapseBy: John-Isaac Clark | Director, Product Management
Geospatial Governance for International Civil GovernmentsThe critical elements of good governance are transparency, accountability, legitimacy, equity and effectiveness. The appropriate combination of geospatial tools and technologies serve governments in achieving all of these dimensions. While accurate maps are a critical foundation to good governance, derived information layers are also essential to ensuring actionable decision-making and sustainable national growth both today and for decades to come. From improving urban planning and growth to preparing for the next natural disaster, geospatial data is a necessary component of the governance toolkit.Expand CollapseBy: Rhiannan Price - Senior Manager of the Seeing a better world Program
Expand Search Capabilities with 3D Geological ModelsMaking discoveries and operating mines is more complex than ever. Exploration companies and mine operators, confronted with countless financial, technical and operational challenges, need early and cost-effective technology to detect precious and base-metal occurrences in increasingly challenging environments—including at depth, under cover, and in remote regions. Join the webinar to learn how the 3-D Bare Rock Model© differentiates rock and formation types to accurately identify and predict minerals and alteration zones associated with skarns, veins, VMS, Kimberlite, porphyry, SEDEX and Surficial Uranium deposits.Expand CollapseBy: David McLelland, President - Auracle Remote Sensing