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Global Marketing Insights

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Cleveland, OH 44131

216-525-0600

www.globalinsights.com

Since 1997, Global Marketing Insights (GMI), a woman-owned firm, has provided Geospatial Business Intelligence Experts for a wide range of aerospace, geospatial and remote sensing strategic business planning, sales and marketing implementation services and highly customized market research services. These services include developing targeted product/service market studies and competitive market research for government agencies and private-sector firms whose goal is to increase their market share. As authors of the USGS and NOAA 2005-2020 International Remote Sensing Studies for Asia, Africa, North America and Europe (with South America in progress), GMI possesses the world’s largest database of remote sensing research (available in online interactive maps) and social and cultural trend information by country, providing GMI with expertise in technology transfers among all market sectors.

 

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Fitchburg, MA 01420

978-353-4100

www.headwallphotonics.com

Headwall Photonics is a global manufacturer of hyperspectral sensors for satellites, manned aircraft and unmanned aircraft systems. Small, lightweight sensors use all-original, aberration-corrected diffraction gratings. For remote sensing, benefits include high signal throughput, wide field of view, and high spatial and spectral resolution. Spectral ranges include VNIR, NIR, SWIR, MWIR and LWIR.