US: DigitalGlobe has announced the availability of the first in a series of new commercial offerings for the energy market from recently acquired Spatial Energy.
The new DigitalGlobe Energy Suite includes online, subscription-based offerings available to enterprise oil and gas customers through Spatial on Demand, its cloud-based enterprise data management platform. The suite provides immediate access to information and insight that can be integrated with desktop workflows across the entire energy enterprise, which will become available to Spatial on Demand customers on July 1.
The first set of products in the DigitalGlobe Energy Suite includes:
Basemap +Energy is an online living globe tailored specifically for energy customer accuracy, update, and historical needs. It is the only source of constantly updated 50 cm imagery with supporting metadata and simple download capability, making it the single source of the best available data for use by global stakeholders.
FirstLook +Energy is delivered through the Spatial Energy Disaster Response and Preparedness subscription program. FirstLook +Energy provides proactive initiation of satellite imagery of disaster situations to allow oil and gas customers to engage their response plans quickly, without having to place tasking orders or search through the imagery archive.
Landscape +Energy data sets are the first online countrywide assessment for new ventures and risk assessment. These data sets provide foundational GIS data for over 39 countries in which energy company professionals can conduct spatial analysis. Initial countries include much of Africa, South America and the Middle East, with more being added monthly.
"With this new product suite, our customers will be able to meet their global enterprise requirements with access to more accurate, timely, and consistent data for prospect evaluations, drilling, seismic, pipeline and EHS decisions," said Bud Pope, President of Spatial Energy. "Rapidly accessible, high quality data delivered directly to the desktop will significantly reduce the cycle time for making better decisions."