Building Partnerships

Boundless partners with Spatial Networks and Planet to streamline geospatial data access


Boundless (Booth 961) recently announced two new strategic partnerships—one with Spatial Networks (Booth 731) and another with Planet.

At GEOINT 2017, Boundless and Spatial Networks will highlight their new partnership and the capabilities it enables. The alliance will integrate Spatial Networks’ location-based data into Boundless Desktop, delivering geospatial products, analytics, and support to joint customers in the government and defense sectors.

“This new partnership not only arms government and defense customers with unparalleled technology, products, and support, but also provides users with a rich content catalog organizations need to gain deeper intelligence and insights using location-based data,” said Boundless CEO Andy Dearing.

Boundless also announced Planet will provide its customers access to a vast library of high-resolution Earth imagery and fast-loading imagery base maps in the Boundless Connect ecosystem. Beginning in Q3, Boundless Desktop will feature automated base maps including time-lapse updates, 4-band image tiles from PlanetScope, and 5-band image tiles including Red Edge for visual and analytic use.

“This partnership significantly advances the content available through Boundless Connect, and expands our ability to provide high-quality imagery to Boundless users,” said Anthony Calamito, vice president of product for Boundless.

Image courtesy of Boundless


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