SecureWatch provides the necessary information and features needed for superior decision-making, particularly in support of military operations.
Historically, monitoring real estate development projects involved sending analysts to visit construction sites in person or relying on free applications like Google Maps.
By combining state-of-the-art techniques in both machine learning (ML) and computer vision, Earthcube aggregates information from multiple sources, such as satellite imagery and open source data feeds
GeoHive provides rapid-response damage assessments during natural disasters, as soon as new satellite imagery is available.
Intelligence analysts monitor thousands of sites of strategic interest on a daily basis, using satellite imagery to spot potential threats or abnormal behaviors.
Supporting community-driven conservation programs with the Jane Goodall Institute
Crowdsourcing applied to satellite imagery enables governments and commercial organizations to leverage the power of massive human networks to reveal insights rapidly at a global scale.
GeoHive is a crowdsourcing platform that allows users to discover and verify features of interest in Maxar’s high-resolution satellite imagery to provide insight on even the most complex questions.
This is example output of our Weather Data Layers product.
In summer of 2018, a toxic algae bloom called red tide crept up the coast of Florida, killing thousands of fish and emitting noxious fumes causing respiratory illness to beachgoers.
Supporting Team Rubicon with actionable insights