DigitalGlobe Intros Geospatial Content Exploration Tool

Maxar TechnologiesDigitalGlobe subsidiary has introduced an interactive tool designed to help customers explore a range of geospatial data products and service offerings.

Navigator is available through a preview account that includes a sample of DigitalGlobe’s product portfolio and offers access to product demonstrations and relevant use cases, according to a blog entry posted Thursday.

The tool is meant to serve as a starting point for clients to learn about how they can apply geospatial data in mapping, disaster response, risk assessment and monitoring efforts.

DigitalGlobe provides commercial satellite imagery, technology and expertise to help government and commercial organizations address mission requirements.

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