Tony Frazier, executive vice president and general manager of public sector Earth intelligence at Maxar and a five-time Wash100 Award recipient, was featured in a recent Executive Spotlight interview published Wednesday. He discussed the company’s recent growth initiatives and its strategic goals for the rest of the year. The Q&A also tackled the unprecedented time for geospatial intelligence and the importance of sharing unclassified information among U.S. allies and NATO partners.
Here’s an excerpt from the interview with Frazier:
“Maxar will expand our Earth observation constellation later this year with the launch of our first WorldView Legion satellites. With WorldView Legion, the Maxar constellation will offer global revisit rates up to 15 times per day in addition to increased direct tasking opportunities and even more imagery at 30 cm class resolution.
WorldView Legion will offer many benefits to Maxar’s public sector customers, including increased opportunities to detect change, produce on-demand 3D foundation products and apply AI and machine learning to derive near-real time insights to provide analysts and operators a decision advantage.”
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