DigitalGlobe’s Global Enhanced GEOINT Delivery Program Renewed
For a sixth consecutive year, beginning
“DigitalGlobe has been a trusted mission partner of the
Jeffrey R. Tarr, DigitalGlobe’s President and Chief Executive Officer.
As with previous contract years, numerous features will be added to deepen support for government missions under Global EGD. These include the addition of shortwave infrared imagery (SWIR) and 8-band multi-spectral imagery, e-mail alerts of new collections over a user’s area of interest, and improved archive ordering. Other Global EGD enhancements support NGA’s efforts to modernize and streamline imagery based production workflows, specifically GEOINT Data Services (GDS) and Foundation GEOINT Content Management (FGCM).
For more information on the Global EGD platform, or to sign up for access using your .gov or .mil email address, please visit https://evwhs.digitalglobe.com.
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