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Tony Frazier: DigitalGlobe to Push On With High-Res Global Mission

Tony Frazier
Tony Frazier

TYSONS CORNER, VA March 5, 2015 — Executive Mosaic — ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday on DigitalGlobe’s (NYSE: DGI) intentions to continue leveraging its market edge in high-resolution satellite imaging.

C4ISR & Networks said Tuesday the Longmont, Colorado-based firm may be the only space imagery and geospatial content vendor able to provide images that are accurate down to 30 centimeters.

“We have 10 major international defense and intelligence customers who leverage us to supplement their overhead architecture, ” DigitalGlobe Senior Vice President for Government Solutions Tony Frazier, a Wash100 inductee, was quoted as saying.

“Having a more capable satellite that we can sell internationally allows us to be a more complete solution for them.”

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