DigitalGlobe president and chief executive Jeffrey Tarr speaking Tuesday on a “Big Data” panel that includes, from left to right, Terran Orbital's Marco Villa, Planet co-founder Chris Boshuizen, OmniEarth’s Lars Dyrud, angel investor Dylan Taylor and World View’s Jane Poynter. Credit: Tom Kimmell
Joe Rothenberg,  the former engineering director for Terra Bella, the Earth-imaging company purchased by Google. Credit: Kate Patterson for SpaceNews
Google's Skybox Imaging is now Terra Bella. Credit: SpaceNews graphic
Planet Labs Doves ISS
DigitalGlobe CEO Jeffrey Tarr said investment in replacement satellites for WorldView-1 and 2 would start in 2017, and that the Saudi-built constellation in which DigitalGlobe is a partner would launch in 2019. Credit: Space Foundation
A Long March 4C rocket carrying a Synthetic Aperture Radar imaging satellite lifts off from China's Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center. Credit: Xinhua/Zhang Hongwei
UrtheCast Iris camera
An example of imagery Orbital Insight processes for customers interested in counting cars in shopping center parking lots. Credit: DigitalGlobe and Airbus.
Arkyd Ceres system
Planet Labs Flock 1 satellites
UrtheCast Iris camera
Sentinel 1 ESA

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