Tag Archives: QuickBird

New Rapid Delivery Media License for DigitalGlobe Images

Posted on July 11th, 2017

Starting immediately, Apollo Mapping is pleased to announce a new media license that can be applied to all DigitalGlobe imagery products. In the past, these licenses were custom in nature and could take one to two weeks (sometimes longer) to … Read more

Image Hunter Version 2 – Two New Satellites Are Live Plus Stereo Data for the First Time!

Posted on June 6th, 2017

Have you checked out the new and improved Image Hunter yet?!?! If not, you should!

Listening to the feedback we received on improving imagery search engines, the new version of Image Hunter features a major overhaul to the user interface … Read more

Image Hunter Version 2 – A New Measuring Tool is Live!

Posted on May 2nd, 2017

Have you checked out the new and improved Image Hunter yet?!?! If not, you should!

Listening to the feedback we received on improving imagery search engines, the new version of Image Hunter features a major overhaul to the user interface … Read more

Image Hunter Version 2 – A New Measuring Tool is Live!

Posted on April 4th, 2017

Have you checked out the new and improved Image Hunter yet?!?! If not, you should!

Listening to the feedback we received on improving imagery search engines, the new version of Image Hunter features a major overhaul to the user interface … Read more

Image Hunter Version 2 – A New Measuring Tool is Live!

Posted on March 7th, 2017

Have you checked out the new and improved Image Hunter yet?!?! If not, you should!

Listening to the feedback we received on improving imagery search engines, the new version of Image Hunter features a major overhaul to the user interface … Read more

Your Imagery Work Break – 60cm QuickBird Data From Gulliver’s Kingdom Theme Park, Japan

Posted on July 9th, 2015

We love maps.

We love imagery.

We love work breaks.

We hope you like them as well!

Everyone needs a work break, so during your next one check out this creepy 60-cm color QuickBird image collected over an abandoned theme … Read more

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