The public-private partnership is actively deploying Wildfire Detection, Prevention, and Situational Awareness Systems across a coalition of utility and county assets to enable fire detection and predictive modeling
DigitalGlobe’s WorldView-3 satellite collected new imagery on November 9 of the deadly Camp Fire near Paradise, California.
DigitalGlobe’s WorldView-1 satellite collected new imagery on October 11th of Panama City and Tyndall Air Force Base (AFB), Florida.
Data collection and analysis will support disaster-related projections and planning
Through a partnership with Echo81, the Autonomous Surface Vehicle allows for rapid post-hurricane response.
Rice U. report: Federal agency’s models did not account for almost half of damage reported via social media during Hurricane Harvey
The modern-day firefighters and army personnel have to tackle difficult situations when the fires are caused by several anti-social elements that remain lethal using the modern weaponry.
OLDWICK, N.J.–in this A.M.BestTV episode from the RMS Exceedance 2018 conference in Miami, modelers and risk experts say current U.S. flood designations do little to distinguish depth of flooding, and maps draw stark, sometimes inaccurate, distinctions between flood and non-flood regions. Click on http://www.ambest.com/v.asp?v=exceedance5518 to view the entire program.
Crisis and information systems researchers to attend ISCRAM conference hosted at RIT
To support efforts to combat the ongoing wildfires in California, DigitalGlobe is making critical imagery and data available through our Open Data Program. DigitalGlobe is publicly releasing satellite imagery for Ventura, California, and surrounding communities and will expand our coverage based on the fire’s activity.