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Entrepreneurial Blueprint Bolsters Satellite Development

July 22, 2014

Entrepreneurial Blueprint Bolsters Satellite Development

The successful 2008 launch of the RapidEye satellites marked a turning point in the Earth observation industry. The lessons learned offer a roadmap to getting future satellite programs—government and commercial—from the drawing board to the launch pad. By Kevin P. Corbley, a business development consultant in the geospatial industry and founder of Corbley Communications (www.corbleycommunications.com),