Map-ready (Ortho), 30cm | 30 cm Map-ready (Ortho) | Barcelona, Spain.
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Provide safe and efficient navigation with accurate, current satellite imagery maps
The integration of Vivid imagery basemaps provides a current, real-life contextual layer across Earth’s entire surface, allowing users to toggle between digitally derived navigation map views and Maxa
HERE sees a cleaner, safer and more efficient world—enabled and enhanced by location technology made possible with SecureWatch.
MAPBOX, a location data platform for mobile and web applications, is uploading 135 million sq km of Maxar’s Vivid Basic BASEMAP into its mapping platform this week under a new agreement with Maxar.
Worldwide imagery basemaps for local solutions
Not all imagery basemaps are created equal—and precision mapping demands basemaps with advanced qualities, such as textural and year-to-year locational consistency.
Maxar’s Vicki Bassett takes you behind the scenes to show you how imagery basemaps are made and why currency and consistency in clarity and accuracy are paramount when choosing an image layer.
Maxar’s #TiltTheMap series explores New York City, U.S. From our highest quality commercial satellite imagery comes our 3D geodata, for accuracy, insight and exquisite detail.
Maxar’s #TiltTheMap series explores Santiago, Chile. Our realistic, immersive 3D model—built from commercial satellite imagery—depicts one of the largest cities in the Americas: the financial and indu
See the world how it really is, in fully immersive 3D.
Maxar is taking maps to the next level, a revolution in cartography.
As populations, infrastructure and supply chains expand around the globe, it’s important to have up-to-date and spatially accurate maps.
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By using Maxar satellite imagery and derived data, Team Rubicon is better prepared to respond to a disaster—saving resources, time and, most importantly, lives.
Infectious diseases are estimated to be responsible for more than 15 million deaths globally each year, representing a continuously evolving challenge to human health, according to the WHO.