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Resources

March 1, 2011

SATELLITE IMAGERY: Elevating Insight Three Powerful Ways GeoEye Introduces New Information Services Business Line

GeoEye, Inc., a premier provider of superior satellite and aerial imagery, location information products and image processing services, has introduced a new Information Services business line to join its existing Imagery Collection and Production Services lines of business. Information Services is designed to synthesize location intelligence and services with the tools to help its users

March 1, 2011

DATA FUSION: Analyzing Digital Acoustic Data in Motion

One of the greatest challenges facing the U.S. defense and intelligence community remains the ability to consume, analyze and produce actionable intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance. An increasing array of sensor systems and data types, demands for real-time analytics, and finding the signal in the noise all point to paradigm shifts in how we exploit data

March 1, 2011

BATHYMETRIC LIDAR: Patrolling Sovereign Waters with Accurate Nautical Charts Charting the Torres Strait

Shallow waters, changing tides and seabed instability create difficulties in nautical charting. A prime example is the Torres Strait, which separates Australia’s Cape York, Queensland, from Papua New Guinea. Linking the Coral Sea to the Arafura Sea, the Torres Strait is 160 kilometers wide with an average of 12–15 meters in depth. These shallow waters

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