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|DigitalGlobe Adds New, Innovative Partners to Its Rapidly Growing Geospatial Big Data Ecosystem|
From Fortune 500 companies, to venture capital-backed startups and government agencies, GBDX has emerged as the platform of choice for organizations seeking to extract actionable insights from geospatial data from various sources. At the heart of GBDX is DigitalGlobe’s 17-year, time-lapse image library, hosted in the Amazon Web Services cloud, where users can leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to answer complex questions at global scale. With DigitalGlobe’s acquisition of data science firm Timbr in October, GBDX moved quickly to simplify the way customers explore the diverse capabilities on the platform while streamlining access for ecosystem and data partners to develop unique, valued-added capabilities.
Today, there are hundreds of enterprising developers building innovative applications and machine learning algorithms on the GBDX platform, and DigitalGlobe’s recently expanded professional services business is adapting large-scale analysis and algorithms to mission-critical applications. Customers using GBDX span a wide array of domains and industries around the world, including business intelligence, scientific research, defense and intelligence, global development, and humanitarian aid.
“GBDX is letting us operate at a scale never before possible,” said
“CrowdAI is tapping into GBDX to accelerate the creation of breakthrough
commercial solutions for emerging technology sectors by leveraging the
industry’s leading analytics platform and highest-quality satellite
imagery with our human intelligence and deep learning/computer vision
In addition to SpaceKnow, CrowdAI,
“DigitalGlobe and our partners have processed and run algorithms against
petabytes of data on our platform to create epic solutions never before
possible,” said Dr.
To learn more about GBDX and DigitalGlobe’s offerings for developers, visit https://developer.digitalglobe.com/.
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