Posted on October 7th, 2013

Significant Discounts on Satellite Imagery! 75% Off DigitalGlobe Products

Do you have a limited budget but require high resolution imagery over a large area?

Perhaps you need imagery for an archeological study?

Or maybe you need to historic satellite imagery over an area that is changing rapidly?

Whatever the need is, now’s the time to buy with 75% off discounts offered on DigitalGlobe satellite imagery products until the end of the year! This offer applies to purchases of 1,000 square kilometers (sq km) of satellite imagery that is older than 18 months, including WorldView-2, QuickBird, GeoEye-1, IKONOS and WorldView-1.

If you would like to check for coverage over your area of interest, give our online search engine, Image Hunter, a try. We have made significant upgrades to the user experience recently so that now you can search for all DigitalGlobe satellite imagery quicker and easier than you can on their own site. It will literally only take a second or two to load all of the search results over your area of interest!

Here are the specifics on this DigitalGlobe discount offer:

  • Minimum Order: 1,000 sq km (across all polygons; at least 25 sq km per polygon)
  • Age Restriction: greater than 18 months old
  • Satellites Offered: WorldView-2, QuickBird, GeoEye-1, IKONOS and WorldView-1
  • Products Offered: georeferenced panchromatic, natural color, 4-band pansharpened/bundle, 8-band bundle and stereo
  • Promotion Dates: now through December 31, 2013
  • Academic discounts still apply

If you would rather we check for coverage over your area of interest, no problem! Just send an email with your latitude/longitude coordinates, shapefile or KMZ to


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