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Image Intelligence Opportunities Plentiful for Commercial Providers

June 26, 2013

Image Intelligence Opportunities Plentiful for Commercial Providers

By Adam Keith, director, Space & Earth Observation, Euroconsult (www.euroconsult-na.com), Montreal. Ongoing global unrest continues to stimulate the defense and security communities’ appetite for satellite imagery. Geographically tense areas demand continuous monitoring by regional governments and/or independent observers. During the last decade, unrest in the Middle East, North Africa and the Korean Peninsula, among others