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08.05.2013

DigitalGlobe adds “daily take” to My DigitalGlobe

By: Maxar Technologies


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Did you know that if you have a U.S. Government email, you could have access to current imagery from around the world? If you are supported by the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA), including all branches, departments, agencies and offices of the U.S. Government, you can have immediate access to DigitalGlobe’s current, high-resolution commercial satellite imagery. This access is granted through NGA’s EnhancedView program, My DigitalGlobe, at no cost to your organization. My DigitalGlobe gives you access to 200 million square kilometers of DigitalGlobe’s best satellite imagery, but that’s just the beginning. My DigitalGlobe now supports most of the daily collections, known as the “daily take,” from one of the world’s most advanced commercial satellite imagery constellations. The “daily take” will add about 1.5 million square kilometers of new earth imagery every day, ensuring that the most current data is at your fingertips. Those supporting U.S. Government missions can use the My DigitalGlobe platform to quickly navigate their areas of responsibility, review available imagery for that location and integrate it into their workflow using tools like Google Earth and ArcGIS. The simple and intuitive user-interface allows end users to access and manage the information they need when and where they need it most. MyDigitalGlobe

Recent Daily Take collection

You can sign up using your government email by going to www.digitalglobe.com/egd. Learn more about My DigitalGlobe and find out how it can benefit you and your organization.

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