Take the NOAA Survey on Proposed Resolution Restrictions for EO Commercial Imaging Satellites

INDEPENDENCE, OHIO, 13 February 2012 – On behalf of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Global Marketing Insights, Inc. (GMI) is conducting a survey on proposed resolution restriction changes for commercial electro-optical (EO) imaging satellites.

Proposed modifications under consideration include changing the resolution restriction on commercial EO satellite imagery from 0.5 meters to 0.25 meters ground sample distance (GSD). NOAA seeks input from Academic, Government, and Commercial organizations that sell or use commercial satellite imagery on how the proposed changes will impact their sector.

The survey will take three minutes to complete. Responses are needed by February 17, 2012.

Click here to take the three-minute NOAA survey now.

Or paste the following URL into your browser:

http://empliant.com/noaa-resolution-restrictions-changes/

If you have questions about this survey or would like to volunteer to take a personal interview on this topic, contact Thomas E. Kerr, Project Manager, at 216-525-0600.

About Global Marketing Insights, Inc.:

Since 1997, this woman-owned firm, Global Marketing Insights, Inc. provides a wide range of geospatial and remote sensing business planning and market research services, including targeted product/service market studies and competitive market research to government agencies and private sector firms seeking to increase their market share and complete geospatially based technology transfers. Global Marketing Insights, Inc. is the prime vendor contractor and the author of the 2005-2015 NOAA North American, European, and Australian International Remote Sensing Study and the 2006-2016 NOAA Asian Remote Sensing Study, and the 2008-2018USGS Africa Remote Sensing Study. For more information, visit www.globalinsights.com.

 

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