According to Frost & Sullivan, the commercial satellite imagery market generated $1,243 million in revenue in 2011. The firm projects that the market will grow to $2,602 million by 2016. With the growth of the market and the increased reliance on geospatial intelligence across a variety of public and private sector verticals, what tools are available to empower users, regardless of their level of geospatial training, to maximize the value of these assets?
Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Daniel Longfield, along with representatives from GeoEye and TerraGo Technologies presented a Webinar on Tuesday, Feb. 14 at 2:00 PM Eastern which explored the global commercial satellite imagery market and available technology such as GeoEye's cloud-based EyeQ platform and TerraGo GeoPDF imagery production.
Watch a replay of the webcast now for an informative look at the commercial satellite imagery market and the tools available to help you make the most of your organization's geospatial maps and imagery.
Attending the Esri Federal GIS Conference?
Visit GeoEye in booth #624 and TerraGo in booth #501 Feb. 22-24 in Washington, D.C. to see innovative tools for extending, exchanging and exploiting geospatial maps and imagery, as well as the latest software from TerraGo for enhanced geospatial collaboration.
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