Maxar brings together Earth and space technologies that enable unprecedented capabilities to observe, analyze and monitor, and communicate across our planet and throughout the solar system.
What is the New Space Economy?
There is a new commercial center of gravity. The new space economy is the marketplace for developing everything required to reach, explore, view, communicate, and gain insight from space and from the ground, as well as what is required to support and sustain these activities.
Five Myths About Maxar - Busted
In the spirit of beginning 2019 renewed, we are busting some myths about Maxar and its family of companies.
The New Space Economy is About Pushing the Boundaries of What’s Possible in Space
The MDA-built Canadarm, one of Canada’s most famous contributions to space, made its debut on the Space Shuttle Columbia on November 13, 1981.
Enabling Communications with Space
MDA is building COLKa, the satellite communications subsystem for the European Space Agency’s Columbus module on the International Space Station (ISS).
SSL is building WorldView Legion, DigitalGlobe’s next-generation, high-resolution imaging constellation. The Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites will more than double DigitalGlobe’s high-resolution capacity in important regions.
Solving Complex Problems at Scale
DigitalGlobe launched GBDX Notebooks to empower developers, data scientists and innovative minds to solve complex problems at scale by simplifying access to Earth imagery and machine learning tools.
Leading the Commercial Earth Observation Industry
When DigitalGlobe launched IKONOS in 1999, it was the first-ever commercial satellite to make high-resolution Earth imagery available to the world.
Revealing Insights for Commercial Customers Where and When it Matters
Radiant’s Marine Services enable commercial fishing organizations to unlock critical information about our changing oceans and fish more efficiently.