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Upon completion, the ground stations will be capable of tasking DigitalGlobe's WorldView constellation of earth imaging satellites and rapidly downloading imagery from the satellites at maximum resolution, including DigitalGlobe's exclusive 8-band multi-spectral imagery.
Under this task order, General Dynamics will directly support national priorities, including overseas operations and missile defense, by providing hyper-spectral and multi-spectral imagery production and analysis, data processing and analysis, analytic support, publishing and distribution, and training.
The DTSS accepts topographic and multi-spectral imagery data from national and commercial sources to create intervisibility, mobility, environmental, and 3D terrain visualizations as well as the creation, augmentation, modification, and management of topographic data; while providing updated map background and terrain intelligence information to all Army Battle Command Systems.
WorldView-2 will collect an unmatched eight bands of multi-spectral imagery at 1.
With GEOINT, the commander can now conduct detailed intelligence preparation of the battlespace using commercial multi-spectral imagery (MSI), vector data sets from National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) stocks, or even reachback capabilities for hydrographic and bridge engineering via satellite communications with the U.
Topics covered at IDGA's Image Fusion Summit include new architectures for tactical persistent surveillance from sensor to knowledge dissemination, the current needs and challenges of our war fighters from PEO Soldier, current techniques, algorithms, and performance metrics for characterizing objects in imagery, and applications of multi-variate visualization techniques to multi-spectral imagery.
When launched in the third quarter of 2009, WorldView-2 will expand DigitalGlobe's capabilities and product offerings by increasing collection rates and providing enhanced multi-spectral imagery.
The RapidEye satellite system - a constellation of five satellites capable of downloading over 4 million kmU of 5-meter resolution, multi-spectral imagery per day, and a ground segment for processing and archiving data - allows for cost-effective and comprehensive satellite based optical data service.