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ReportsnReports – Remote Sensing Technologies and Global Markets

  1. 1. Remote Sensing Technologies and Global MarketsReportsnReports.com adds BCC Research Market Research Report “Remote SensingTechnologies and Global Markets’’ to its store.Remote Sensing Technologies and Global Markets describes the fundamentals of remotesensing technology and provides 2009 through 2014 global, U.S. and regional forecasts forthe 20 most robust applications for remotes sensing products, 11 basic types of remotesensing instruments and four basic types of instrument platforms. The report is divided into30 chapters and contains 144 tables.STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVESSubstantial changes have taken place in the remote sensing market since BCC Researchfirst explored the topic in its 2007 Market Research Report titled Remote SensingTechnologies and Global Markets. This study describes the impact of those changes andpresents forecasts for the global and regional markets for remote sensing products through2014.REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDYTo say that remote sensing is in the midst of profound turmoil underestimates the case.While it is true that many of the changes anticipated in the 2007 BCC study, such as thelaunch of new space-based platforms have taken place on or close to schedule, a series oflow-probability and unpredictable turnabouts have also taken place. The failed launch ofNASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory and an instrument connection failure at the SanAndreas Fault Observatory at Depth (SAFOD) have significantly set back important climateand earth science studies. The global financial crisis has had an even more pervasive effect.BCC estimates that it has reduced the demand for remote sensing products in 16 of 20application areas, resulting in a nearly $500 million shortfall between the 2009 requirementthat BCC had forecast in its 2007 study and current demand.Counterbalancing those negative developments is a series of decisions and high-levelappointments by the “science-friendly” Obama administration. In a speech delivered to theNational Academy of Sciences shortly after his inauguration, President Obama set a goal ofincreasing the national investment in research and development to more than 3% of theU.S. gross domestic product. Although he was not specific on how that total would bereached, the seriousness with which his administration views science as a driver of futureeconomic growth became apparent in the allocation of funding through the AmericanRecovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)The ARRA contains numerous programs that will speed the adoption of GeographicInformation Systems (GIS) by state and local governments, but it is far from the onlypositive development. Even before passage of the ARRA provided an influx of funding, theGIS industry had begun changing its business relationships with suppliers of remotelysensed data.The net effects of the economic setbacks of 2008, the secular shift toward GIS that wasalready in progress and ARRA recovery allocations for 2009 and beyond is that the remotesensing industry in 2009 is a far more complex enterprise than seemed possible in 2007. In
  2. 2. this study, BCC attempts to plot the trajectory of the remote sensing as it leads theeconomy in recovering from the unwanted financial development of 2008.INTENDED AUDIENCEThis study will be of interest to market planners in industries serving those 20 applicationareas that define the remote sensing market. It will be equally useful for those working in orwith multinational organizations, national and state governments and non-governmentalorganizations (NGOs), and those involved with efforts to build or expand GIS.SCOPE OF REPORTThis report focuses exclusively on products created from platform-mounted remote sensors.Thus, it excludes instruments that:  Require physical contact with a substance, such as chromatographs  Handheld devices and field instruments  Airport screening systems  Products developed using national defense and intelligence instruments or platforms  Geographic information system software, other than programs used in manipulating remotely sensed data.  This report is divided into 30 chapters.  Chapters 1 through 8 provide:  An overview of the remote sensing industry  An explanation of basic remote sensing operating concept  A description of the 10 basic types of remote sensing instruments  A description of the four types of remote sensing platforms  Regional, instrument by application and platform by application estimates of 2009 demand for remote sensing products  Regional, instrument-by-application and platform-by-application forecasts for the 5 years beginning in 2009  An explanation of remote sensing image analysis techniques  An explanation of the global positioning system (GPS) and geographic information system (GIS) technology as it relates to remote sensing. Chapters 9 through 28 describe each of the market-driven applications for remote sensingand include estimates for 2009 and forecasts through 2014 by region, platform andinstrument for each of the 20 market-driven applications. Chapter 29 offers a review ofremote sensing patents, including patent abstract and information about inventors andassignees. Chapter 30 concludes the study with brief descriptions of the organizations thatform the global remote sensing community.METHODOLOGYTo undertake this forecast, we analyze remote sensing products currently on the market,announced products, interviews with industry leaders, U.S. patents, and productsreferenced in forward-looking financial statements filed with the U.S. Security and ExchangeCommission. The value of imagery has been calculated on the basis of published prices, andin the case of government agencies, by extrapolating from published program budgets.
  3. 3. This report specifically omits handheld instruments and instruments that obtain data only bycoming in physical contact with substances. It excludes remote sensing products generatedwithin the government exclusively for noncommercial purposes. An example of an excludedproduct would be a high-resolution image taken by intelligence agency satellite and used toplan, execute and evaluate a military operation. However, it includes imagery acquired fromthe private sector by defense and intelligence agencies, such as imaging purchases madeunder the Department of Defense’s (DOD) NextView program.INFORMATION SOURCESBCC studied more than 400 companies to obtain data for this study. We also reviewedreports and studies prepared for peer-reviewed professional literature, and reports by thetechnical staffs of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), theDepartment of Energy (DOE), the U.S. Geologic Survey (USGS), the EnvironmentalProtection Agency (EPA), and the Government Accountability Office (GAO), as well aspresidential directive and policy statements. In addition, we compiled data from scientificand technical conferences, presentations prepared for financial analysts, the United Nations,European Union, European Commission, European Space Agency and the World Bank.ANALYST’S CREDENTIALSJames Wilson is a noted technology analyst and author of more than 300 articles andseveral books dealing with science, medicine, technology and business. Formerly the editorof the Princeton Business Journal and a senior science and technology editor for HearstMagazines, he is a member of the National Association of Science Writers and AmericanMedical Writers Association. He has served on the adjunct faculty of Temple University andon the staffs of Drexel University and the Academy of Natural Sciences. He is also theauthor of the original 2007 BCC study, Remote Sensing Technologies and Global Markets.Inconnection with his earlier works on remote sensing, Wilson has made site visits toheadquarters and operational facilities of the major corporate, government and militaryfacilities involved in the industry.Table Of ContentsChapter- 1: INTRODUCTION – ComplimentarySTUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVESREASONS FOR DOING THE STUDYINTENDED AUDIENCESCOPE OF REPORTMETHODOLOGYINFORMATION SOURCESANALYST’S CREDENTIALSRELATED BCC REPORTSBCC ON-LINE SERVICESDISCLAIMERChapter- 2: SUMMARYTable 0 : VALUE OF REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Figure 0 : VALUE OF REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS, BY PLATFORM, 2008-2014
  4. 4. Chapter- 3: OVERVIEW OF THE REMOTE SENSING BUSINESSREMOTELY SENSED PHENOMENAFROM SENSOR TO PRODUCTTHE REMOTE SENSING MARKETREMOTE SENSING IN THE BUSH ADMINISTRATIONPOLICY CHANGES LIKELY DURING THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATIONTHE REMOTE SENSING BUSINESS BEYOND 2010FUTURE DEMAND FOR REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTSChapter- 4: FORCES DRIVING THE REMOTE SENSING BUSINESSECONOMIC-DRIVEN CONSIDERATIONSU.S. NATIONAL POLICY-DRIVEN CONSIDERATIONSTECHNOLOGY-DRIVEN CONSIDERATIONSChapter- 5: ESSENTIAL CONCEPTS IN REMOTE SENSINGBASIC CONSIDERATIONSGROUND TRUTHDATA DISTRIBUTIONTable 27 : COMMITTEE ON EARTH OBSERVATION SATELLITES, MEMBERSTable 28 : COMMITTEE ON EARTH OBSERVATION SATELLITES: ASSOCIATESChapter- 6: INSTRUMENTSINSTRUMENTSACOUSTIC INSTRUMENTSCAMERAS (DIGITAL)CAMERAS (FILM)GRAVITATIONAL INSTRUMENTSLASER INSTRUMENTSLIDARRADARSEISMIC INSTRUMENTSSPECTRAL IMAGINGPLATFORM-OPTIMIZED INSTRUMENTSChapter- 7: PLATFORMSDEMAND BY PLATFORMMISSION VERSUS PLATFORMAIRBORNE PLATFORMSAQUATIC PLATFORMSSPACE-BASED PLATFORMSTERRESTRIAL PLATFORMSEARTHSCOPEChapter- 8: APPLICATIONS FOR REMOTE SENSINGFORECASTS BY APPLICATION AND GROWTH RATEDEMAND BY APPLICATIONTable 71 : DEMAND FOR ALL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS, BY VALUE, THROUGH 2014
  5. 5. Table 72 : GROWTH IN DEMAND FOR ALL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS, BY APPLICATION,2009-2014Chapter- 9: REMOTE SENSING IN AGRICULTUREFORECASTS FOR AGRICULTURETable 76 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INAGRICULTURE, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 77 : PROJECTED GLOBAL DEMAND FOR REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USEDIN AGRICULTURE, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 78 : PROJECTED GLOBAL DEMAND FOR REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USEDIN AGRICULTURE, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 10: REMOTE SENSING IN ARCHEOLOGICAL AND CULTURE SITEPROTECTIONFORECASTS FOR ARCHEOLOGICAL AND CULTURE SITE PROTECTIONTable 79 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INARCHEOLOGICAL- AND CULTURE-SITE PROTECTION, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 80 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INARCHEOLOGICAL- AND CULTURE-SITE PROTECTION, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH2014Table 81 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INARCHEOLOGICAL AND CULTURE SITE PROTECTION, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH2014Chapter- 11: REMOTE SENSING IN ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCHFORECASTS FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCHTable 83 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 84 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 85 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 12: REMOTE SENSING IN BORDER PROTECTIONFORECASTS FOR BORDER PROTECTIONTable 86 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN BORDERPROTECTION, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 87 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN BORDERPROTECTION, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 88 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN BORDERPROTECTION, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 13: REMOTE SENSING IN CARTOGRAPHYFORECASTS FOR CARTOGRAPHYTable 89 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INCARTOGRAPHY, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 90 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INCARTOGRAPHY, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014
  6. 6. Table 91 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INCARTOGRAPHY, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 14: REMOTE SENSING IN CLIMATE CHANGE STUDIESFORECASTS FOR CLIMATE CHANGE STUDIESTable 92 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN CLIMATECHANGE STUDIES, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 93 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN CLIMATECHANGE STUDIES, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 94 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN CLIMATECHANGE STUDIES, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 15: REMOTE SENSING IN DISASTER MANAGEMENTThe Disaster Management ConstellationUN-SPIDERFORECASTS FOR DISASTER MANAGEMENTTable 95 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN DISASTERMANAGEMENT, BY REGION, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 96 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN DISASTERMANAGEMENT, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 97 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN DISASTERMANAGEMENT, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 16: REMOTE SENSING IN FORESTRYFORECASTS FOR FORESTRYTable 98 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN FORESTRY,BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 99 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN FORESTRY,BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 100 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN FORESTRY,BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 17: REMOTE SENSING IN HYDROLOGY AND FRESHWATER RESOURCESMANAGEMENTFORECASTS FOR HYDROLOGY AND FRESHWATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENTTable 101 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INHYDROLOGY AND FRESHWATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, BY REGION, THROUGH2014Table 102 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INHYDROLOGY AND FRESHWATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, BY PLATFORM,THROUGH 2014Table 103 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INHYDROLOGY AND FRESHWATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, BY INSTRUMENT,THROUGH 2014Chapter- 18: REMOTE SENSING IN INTELLIGENCE GATHERINGFORECASTS FOR INTELLIGENCE GATHERINGTable 104 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED ININTELLIGENCE GATHERING, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014
  7. 7. Table 105 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED ININTELLIGENCE GATHERING BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 106 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED ININTELLIGENCE GATHERING BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 19: REMOTE SENSING IN LAND-MINE DETECTIONFORECASTS FOR LAND-MINE DETECTIONTable 107 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LAND-MINE DETECTION BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 108 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LAND-MINE DETECTION BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 109 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LAND-MINE DETECTION BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 20: REMOTE SENSING IN LAND PLANNINGFEDERAL LAND ASSET INVENTORY REFORM ACT OF 2009FORECASTS FOR LAND PLANNINGTable 111 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LANDPLANNING, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 112 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LANDPLANNING BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 113 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LANDPLANNING BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 21: REMOTE SENSING IN LAW ENFORCEMENTFORECASTS FOR LAW ENFORCEMENTTable 114 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LAWENFORCEMENT BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 115 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LAWENFORCEMENT BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 116 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LAWENFORCEMENT BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 22: REMOTE SENSING IN NATURAL HAZARD MONITORINGFORECASTS FOR NATURAL HAZARD MONITORINGTable 117 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN NATURALHAZARD MONITORING BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 118 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN NATURALHAZARD MONITORING BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 119 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN NATURALHAZARD MONITORING BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 23: REMOTE SENSING IN OCEANOGRAPHYFORECASTS FOR OCEANOGRAPHYTable 120 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INOCEANOGRAPHY BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 121 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS IN OCEANOGRAPHYBY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014
  8. 8. Table 122 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INOCEANOGRAPHY BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 24: REMOTE SENSING IN OIL, GAS AND MINERAL EXPLORATIONFORECASTS FOR OIL, GAS AND MINERAL EXPLORATIONTable 123 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN OIL, GASAND MINERAL EXPLORATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 124 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN OIL, GASAND MINERAL EXPLORATION BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 125 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN OIL, GASAND MINERAL EXPLORATION BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 25: REMOTE SENSING IN PUBLIC HEALTHFORECASTS FOR PUBLIC HEALTHTable 127 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN PUBLICHEALTH BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 128 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN PUBLICHEALTH BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 129 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN PUBLICHEALTH BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 26: REMOTE SENSING IN RIGHT-OF-WAY MANAGEMENTFORECASTS FOR RIGHT-OF-WAY MANAGEMENTTable 130 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN RIGHT-OF-WAY MANAGEMENT BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 131 : PROJECTED GLOBAL SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN RIGHT-OF-WAYMANAGEMENT BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 132 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN RIGHT-OF-WAY MANAGEMENT BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 27: REMOTE SENSING IN URBAN AND SUBURBAN APPLICATIONSTOWARD A U.S. NATIONAL GEOSPATIAL STRATEGYTHE NATIONAL SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE (NSDI)FORECASTS FOR URBAN AND SUBURBAN APPLICATIONSTable 133 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN URBANAND SUBURBAN APPLICATIONS BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 134 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN URBANAND SUBURBAN APPLICATIONS BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 135 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN URBANAND SUBURBAN APPLICATIONS BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Chapter- 28: REMOTE SENSING IN WEATHER FORECASTINGFORECASTS FOR WEATHER FORECASTINGTable 136 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN WEATHERFORECASTING BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 137 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN WEATHERFORECASTING BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 138 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN WEATHERFORECASTING BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014
  9. 9. Chapter- 29: REMOTE SENSING PATENT REVIEW21ST CENTURY PATENTS20TH CENTURY PATENTSChapter- 30: THE REMOTE SENSING COMMUNITYU.S. DEFENSE-RELATED REMOTE SENSING EFFORTSU.S. CIVILIAN REMOTE SENSING EFFORTSCOMMERCIAL ENTERPRISESINTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONSACADEMIATable 144 : UNIVERSITY BASED GIS PROGRAMSList of TablesTable TABLE A : AGENCIES TARGETED FOR MAJOR R&D FUNDING THROUGH THE ARRASummary Table : VALUE OF REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 1 : REMOTELY SENSED PHENOMENATable 2 : REMOTE SENSING INSTRUMENTS ACRONYMSTable 3 : THE 10 BASIC TYPES OF REMOTE SENSING INSTRUMENTSTable 4 : THE FOUR REMOTE SENSING PLATFORMSTable 5 : THE 20 MARKET-DRIVEN APPLICATIONS FOR REMOTELY SENSED DATATable 6 : U.S. GOVERNMENT AGENCY INVOLVEMENT IN COMMERCIAL REMOTE SENSINGPRODUCTSTable 7 : REGIONAL DEMAND FOR REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN ALLAPPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2014Table 8 : RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF REMOTE SENSING INSTRUMENTS, 2009-2014Table 9 : VALUE OF REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 10 : GLOBAL VALUE OF REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS FOR ALL APPLICATIONS, BYPLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 11 : VALUE OF REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2014Table 12 : EFFECT OF THE RECENT RECESSION ON THE WORLDWIDE DEMAND FORREMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS, BY APPLICATIONTable 13 : IMPACT OF ARRA FUNDING ON FEDERAL R&D BUDGETS, 2008 AND 2009Table 14 : NAVSTAR SATELLITESTable 15 : GLONASS SATELLITESTable 16 : GLOBAL NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMSTable 17 : NAVSTAR ACCURACYTable 18 : SOURCES AND EFFECTS OF GPS ERRORSTable 19 : RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF GPS AND GIS TO REMOTE SENSING APPLICATIONTable 20 : BASIC TYPES OF SENSING INSTRUMENTSTable 21 : FREQUENCIES USEFUL FOR OBSERVATIONTable 22 : EFFECT OF TYPICAL PROCESSING LEVELSTable 23 : MAP PROJECTION METHODSTable 24 : LANDSAT ETM+ BAND IDENTIFICATION AND SPECTRAL RANGETable 25 : BEST LANDSAT BANDS FOR IDENTIFYING SURFACE FEATURESTable 26 : FOURIER FILTERSTable 27 : COMMITTEE ON EARTH OBSERVATION SATELLITES, MEMBERSTable 28 : COMMITTEE ON EARTH OBSERVATION SATELLITES: ASSOCIATES
  10. 10. Table 29 : RETURN FROM ENTERING MODELS: AIRTable 30 : VALUE OF REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 31 : GROWTH OF ALL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH2014Table 32 : APPLICATIONS FOR INFRASONIC DETECTION SYSTEMSTable 33 : FILMS USED FOR REMOTE SENSINGTable 34 : RADAR BANDSTable 35 : CHARACTERISTICS OF GROUND PENETRATING RADARTable 36 : COMMERCIALLY SIGNIFICANT RADAR SATELLITESTable 37 : SEISMIC SENSORSTable 38 : BANDS COMMONLY USED IN REMOTE SENSINGTable 39 : ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MOST COMMONLY USED MULTISPECTRAL INSTRUMENTSTable 40 : INSTRUMENTS BY NUMBER OF SPECTRAL BANDSTable 41 : ALPHABETICA LIST OF THE MOST COMMONLY USED HYPERSPECTRALINSTRUMENTSTable 42 : COMMERCIALLY SIGNIFICANT HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGING SATELLITESTable 43 : AIRSAR – AIRBORNE SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADARTable 44 : AIRSAR SPECIFICATIONSTable 45 : COMMONLY USED AIRBORNE REMOTE SENSING INSTRUMENTSTable 46 : ASTER PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONSTable 47 : MODIS SPECIFICATIONSTable 48 : DETAILED MODIS PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONSTable 49 : MSS SPECIFICATIONSTable 50 : THEMATIC MAPPER PLUS SPECIFICATIONSTable 51 : AERI: ATMOSPHERIC EMITTED RADIANCE INTERFEROMETERTable 52 : AERI SPECIFICATIONSTable 53 : OPERATIONAL COST AND COST TRENDS FOR PLATFORMSTable 54 : VALUE OF REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS FOR ALL APPLICATIONS, BY PLATFORM,THROUGH 2014Table 55 : GROWTH OF DEMAND FOR REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS, BY PLATFORM,THROUGH 2014Table 56 : MANNED AIRBORNE REMOTE SENSING PLATFORMSTable 57 : THE NOAA FLEETTable 58 : WAVE BUOYS FOR LITTORAL APPLICATIONSTable 59 : ARGOS MEMBERSTable 60 : NEPTUNE CANADA INSTRUMENT LOCATIONSTable 61 : NEPTUNE CANADA INSTRUMENT CAPABILITIESTable 62 : THRESHOLDS TO SPACETable 63 : REMAINING SPACE SHUTTLE MISSIONSTable 64 : LANDSAT SERIES REMOTE SENSING SATELLITESTable 65 : DISASTER MANAGEMENT CONSTELLATION SATELLITESTable 66 : SIGNIFICANT 20TH CENTURY SPACE-BASED PLATFORMSTable 67 : 21TH CENTURY SPACE-BASED PLATFORMSTable 68 : FUTURE SPACE-BASED PLATFORMSTable 69 : OTHER SPACE-BASED PLATFORMSTable 70 : C-MAN BASELINE DATASETSTable 71 : DEMAND FOR ALL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS, BY VALUE, THROUGH 2014Table 72 : GROWTH IN DEMAND FOR ALL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS, BY APPLICATION,2009-2014
  11. 11. Table 73 : LAND SUITABLE FOR AGRICULTURETable 74 : AGRICULTURAL MECHANIZATIONTable 75 : REGIONS WITH BELOW AVERAGE FOOD PRODUCTIONTable 76 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN AGRICULTURE, BYREGION, THROUGH 2014Table 77 : PROJECTED GLOBAL DEMAND FOR REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INAGRICULTURE, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 78 : PROJECTED GLOBAL DEMAND FOR REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED INAGRICULTURE, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 79 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN ARCHEOLOGICAL-AND CULTURE-SITE PROTECTION, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 80 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN ARCHEOLOGICAL-AND CULTURE-SITE PROTECTION, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 81 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN ARCHEOLOGICALAND CULTURE SITE PROTECTION, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 82 : NASA SATELLITES THAT COLLECT ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH DATATable 83 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN ATMOSPHERICRESEARCH, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 84 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN ATMOSPHERICRESEARCH, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 85 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN ATMOSPHERICRESEARCH, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 86 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN BORDERPROTECTION, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 87 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN BORDERPROTECTION, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 88 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN BORDERPROTECTION, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 89 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN CARTOGRAPHY, BYREGION, THROUGH 2014Table 90 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN CARTOGRAPHY, BYPLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 91 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN CARTOGRAPHY, BYINSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 92 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN CLIMATE CHANGESTUDIES, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 93 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN CLIMATE CHANGESTUDIES, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 94 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN CLIMATE CHANGESTUDIES, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 95 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN DISASTERMANAGEMENT, BY REGION, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 96 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN DISASTERMANAGEMENT, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 97 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN DISASTERMANAGEMENT, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 98 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN FORESTRY, BYREGION, THROUGH 2014Table 99 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN FORESTRY, BY
  12. 12. PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 100 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN FORESTRY, BYINSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 101 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN HYDROLOGY ANDFRESHWATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 102 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN HYDROLOGY ANDFRESHWATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 103 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN HYDROLOGY ANDFRESHWATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT, BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 104 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN INTELLIGENCEGATHERING, BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 105 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN INTELLIGENCEGATHERING BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 106 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN INTELLIGENCEGATHERING BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 107 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LAND-MINEDETECTION BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 108 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LAND-MINEDETECTION BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 109 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LAND-MINEDETECTION BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 110 : PIONEERING STATE AND COUNTY REMOTE SENSING PROGRAMS IN THE U.S.Table 111 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LAND PLANNING,BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 112 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LAND PLANNINGBY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 113 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LAND PLANNINGBY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 114 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LAWENFORCEMENT BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 115 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LAWENFORCEMENT BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 116 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN LAWENFORCEMENT BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 117 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN NATURAL HAZARDMONITORING BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 118 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN NATURAL HAZARDMONITORING BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 119 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN NATURAL HAZARDMONITORING BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 120 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN OCEANOGRAPHYBY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 121 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS IN OCEANOGRAPHY BYPLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 122 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN OCEANOGRAPHYBY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 123 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN OIL, GAS ANDMINERAL EXPLORATION BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 124 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN OIL, GAS AND
  13. 13. MINERAL EXPLORATION BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 125 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN OIL, GAS ANDMINERAL EXPLORATION BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 126 : DISEASE-CAUSING CONDITIONS DETECTABLE FROM SPACE-BASEDPLATFORMSTable 127 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN PUBLIC HEALTH BYREGION, THROUGH 2014Table 128 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN PUBLIC HEALTH BYPLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 129 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN PUBLIC HEALTH BYINSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 130 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN RIGHT-OF-WAYMANAGEMENT BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 131 : PROJECTED GLOBAL SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN RIGHT-OF-WAYMANAGEMENT BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 132 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN RIGHT-OF-WAYMANAGEMENT BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 133 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN URBAN ANDSUBURBAN APPLICATIONS BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 134 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN URBAN ANDSUBURBAN APPLICATIONS BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 135 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN URBAN ANDSUBURBAN APPLICATIONS BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 136 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN WEATHERFORECASTING BY REGION, THROUGH 2014Table 137 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN WEATHERFORECASTING BY PLATFORM, THROUGH 2014Table 138 : PROJECTED GLOBAL REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS USED IN WEATHERFORECASTING BY INSTRUMENT, THROUGH 2014Table 139 : MEMBERSHIP OF THE NOAA ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON COMMERCIAL REMOTESENSINGTable 140 : FOREIGN REMOTE SENSING ORGANIZATIONSTable 141 : JAPANESE REMOTE SENSING AND GIS ORGANIZATIONSTable 142 : EARLIER SSTL SATELLITESTable 143 : EUROPEAN-BASED REMOTE SENSING ORGANIZATIONSTable 144 : UNIVERSITY BASED GIS PROGRAMSList of FiguresSummary Figure : VALUE OF REMOTE SENSING PRODUCTS, BY PLATFORM, 2008-2014Latest Market Research Reports: Portable Battery Powered Products: Global Markets Sample Preparation in Genomics, Proteomics, and Epigenomics: Global Markets Embedded Systems: Technologies and Markets Conductive Polymers LIver Disease Treatments: The Global Market Merchant Hydrogen Generation and On-site Distributed Generation Global Markets for Flame Retardant Chemicals and Plastics
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