The Earth Imagery Platform for Impact

Open geospatial data for positive global impact, and improved decision-making


Radiant provides a geospatial and imagery technology platform that supports knowledge transfer to positively impact the developing world’s greatest social, economic and environmental challenges.

Our Story

Radiant launched operations in August 2016 to answer the call for open access to geospatial data, with analytical tools for global development practitioners designed to improve decision-making, and to foster entrepreneurship worldwide.

Radiant’s geospatial technology platform will permit users to illuminate earth, literally, to allow everywhere to be "seen"; to turn the telescopes back on human activity as we enter the Anthropocene period; and to give decision-makers a scientific window into understanding global activity better. Providing the global community with these tools and data can create powerful insights and accelerate greater catalytic, evidence-based support for change.

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Radiant offers solutions to fully realizing the potential of earth observation for positive, even life-changing global impact: It simplifies the overall process across the value chain of using geospatial data.

We expose imagery across the globe, date and spectrum; it provides technology and tools to analyze geospatial data, thereby improving the usage of data for greater impact; it works with the community to create new, open standards; and it focuses thought leadership, market analytics and capacity development programs.


Radiant is the organization of choice for governments, NGOs, companies, developers, and entrepreneurs to build open source ecosystems that accelerate the use of earth imagery technology, and commercial adoption.


Petabytes of Earth imagery all in one place which is comprised of the world’s open satellite, aerial, and drone imagery archives. Access it all easily with open web standards, and find, combine and analyze earth imagery at any scale, and share it on the web.

Technical Working Groups

Working to solve some of the world’s toughest social, humanitarian and environmental challenges using earth observation data? Are you working on your own open source geospatial or imagery project? If so, please get in touch at


Anne Hale Miglarese

Chief Executive Officer

Anne Hale Miglarese, founding CEO of Radiant, is committed to providing geospatial analytics using imagery and mapping data to empower informed decision-making to help solve the developing world’s greatest social, economic and environmental challenges. Anne has extensive government and private sector experience in Geospatial technologies. Prior to launching Radiant in August 2016, she served as President and CEO of Fugro Earth Data, as President and CEO of PlanetiQ and a Principal Director at Booz Allen Hamilton. Anne has also worked for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the SC Water Resources Commission and the SC Department of Natural Resources.

Dan Lopez

Chief Technology Officer

Dan Lopez is an innovative entrepreneur and architect who has advised a wide variety of web-centric businesses and brands by lending his creative, strategic and technological vision. He is a seasoned startup and open-source veteran, with domain expertise in federal, defense and intelligence, big data and consumer web. Having recently served as VP of Technology, Platform and Analytics at UrtheCast, Director of Technology at world-class digital agencies, and Web Architect at the Linux Foundation in the heart of Silicon Valley, he has built bleeding-edge consumer-facing technology and applications from the International Space Station to Times Square. Dan leverages his engineering expertise, and a focus on open source and cloud technologies, to harness imagination and entrepreneurial spirit.

Victoria Gammino

Chief Science Officer

Victoria Gammino is committed to improving access to the geospatial data, Earth imagery, and analytics that are critical to solving development and environmental challenges around the globe. Before joining Radiant.Earth, Victoria was an epidemiologist with the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) for 15 years, where she conducted infectious disease research in Africa, Asia, and the Americas. Through her work on polio eradication in the Lake Chad Basin and East Africa, Victoria saw the potential of geospatial data to reveal the “unknown-unknowns,” that is demographically invisible communities, and assist the humanitarian community to reach them more effectively. She collaborated with the World Health Organization, UNICEF, FAO, USAID, host-governments and non-governmental organizations to improve operations and strengthen policies through evidence-based practices. She has also worked as a technical consultant for a number of US-based foundations, including most recently, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Anthony Burn

Chief Engagement Officer

Anthony Burn is passionate about harnessing the full power of GIS enabled data across multiple platforms, to transform individual lives and whole societies for the better. Anthony recently served as a senior consultant for two technical agencies of the United Nations, with a focus on the adoption of emerging technologies into the United Nations Operational Programs. Anthony has also worked with multinational organizations and commercial companies to deploy emerging technologies for the National Laboratory on the International Space Station (ISS), with an Earth Observation focus. Previously, Anthony was based in the United Kingdom, helping UK satellite companies develop commercial routes to global markets, as Head of the ADS Group Space Division.

Louisa Nakanuku-Diggs

Marketing and Communications Associate

Louisa Nakanuku-Diggs is passionate about storytelling and visualization and their possibilities to transform complex topics into simple, yet engaging and effective narratives. Louisa has helped governments, development organizations and NGOs focusing on environmental issues in Africa with approaches to convert data to information, and information to knowledge and attitudinal changes. Before joining Radiant in November 2016, she served as an international communication consultant, working with conservation organizations to develop behavior change strategies, incorporating digital communications channels and generating science information products for layman.

Hamed Alemohammed

Senior Geospatial Data Scientist

Hamed Alemohammad is passionate about applications of machine learning in geospatial analytics and its possibilities to provide developing countries with tools to monitor their progress toward sustainable development goals. Hamed has extensive expertise in remote sensing and imagery techniques particularly in developing new algorithms for multi-spectral satellite and airborne based observations. He also serves as an elected member of the American Geophysical Union’s technical committee on remote sensing. Prior to joining Radiant.Earth in Sep. 2017, he spent one year at Columbia University and two years at MIT as a postdoctoral research scientist. Hamed received his PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering from MIT in 2014.


Anne Hale Miglarese

CEO, Radiant

Peter Rabley

Venture Partner, Omidyar Network

Sanjay Kumar

CEO, Geospatial Media & Communications

Margie Sullivan

CEO, Sullivan Strategy

Jerry Johnston

Geoanalytics Lead, Deloitte


We are working with funders and partners to accelerate open earth imagery technologies.