The platform pulls in remote-sensing data from a variety of sources, which customers can search by location or time to identify objects and forecast change.
Some GEOINT tools won't work on the battlefield, says Patrick Biltgen, the technical director of analytics for Vencore.
DigitalGlobe announced plans June 5 to offer customers a web-based subscription service called SecureWatch Sites that allows users to identify specific geographic locations of interest and obtain frequently updated satellite images of the locations.
DigitalGlobe announced plans June 5 to augment its cloud-based geospatial big data platform, GBDX, with Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data from Radarsat-2, a satellite launched in 2007 by the Canadian Space Agency and MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates, the firm that announced plans in February to acquire DigitalGlobe.
Leaders from across the government, military, academic and commercial sectors will meet for the GEOINT Symposium June 4-7, at a time when geospatial capabilities are expanding and evolving as never before.