Under a contract, two Air Force mobile ground stations, part of the Eagle Vision program, will be able to receive and process imagery from DigitalGlobe's WorldView-1 and WorldView-2 satellites.
The imagery, MDA said, will bolster the Air Force's ability to provide near real-time, in-theater access to essential image data.
MDA didn't disclose the precise monetary value of the project but said it was a multimillion-dollar deal.
MDA has provided multi-sensor solutions to the Air Force, including access to data from Canada's RADARSAT-2 Earth observation satellite and images from the RapidEye satellite.
The Air Force's Eagle Vision program is a system of five deployable ground stations that collect and process data from commercial satellites in support of homeland disaster relief missions and in-theater operations.
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