Walter Scott to Discuss How Digital Satellite Imagery is Impacting Society
Longmont, Colo. / San Francisco, Calif. October 20, 2009 – DigitalGlobe (NYSE: DGI), a leading global provider of commercial high-resolution, world-imagery products and services for defense and intelligence, civil government, and commercial clients, today announced that Founder and Chief Technology Officer Walter Scott will present at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco on October 22, 2009.
As part of the High Order Bit presentation, Scott will discuss how innovations in digital satellite imagery are delivering more complete and current coverage of the world and making it more accessible to a broader range of users and applications. In addition, he will discuss how this imagery is not just a collection of pretty pictures but is in fact a rich and searchable index of the surface of the planet enabled by a number of DigitalGlobe technical advances.
Who: Walter Scott, founder and chief technology officer, DigitalGlobe, Inc.
What: High Order Bit Presentation
Where: The Westin San Francisco Market Street
When: Thursday, October 22, 2009, 9:30am PST
More Info: http://www.web2summit.com/web2009/
DigitalGlobe (http://www.digitalglobe.com) is a leading global provider of commercial high-resolution earth imagery products and services. . Sourced from our own advanced satellite constellation, our imagery solutions support a wide variety of uses within defense and intelligence, civil agencies, mapping and analysis, environmental monitoring, oil and gas exploration, infrastructure management, internet portals and navigation technology. With our collection sources and comprehensive ImageLibrary (containing more than 730 million square kilometers of earth imagery and imagery products) we offer a range of on- and off-line products and services designed to enable customers to easily access and integrate our imagery into their business operations and applications. For more information, please visit www.digitalglobe.com.
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