|Statement||Kevin M. O"Connell ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||O"Connell, Kevin M., 1959-, Rand Corporation. National Security Research Division.|
|LC Classifications||HD9696.R453 U68 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||116|
|LC Control Number||2002283040|
cial Remote Sensing Satellite Industry by Kevin M. O'Connell, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. To succeed over the long run, these new U.S. commercial remote sensing satellite firms need a combination of reliable technologies, government policies that encourage U.S. industry competitiveness, a strong international presence, and sound business plans to ensure their competitiveness in both the domestic and international marketplaces. To succeed over the long run, these new U.S. commercial remote sensing satellite firms need a combination of reliable technologies, government policies that encourage U.S. industry competitiveness, a strong international presence, and sound business plans to ensure their competitiveness in both the domestic and international by: 7. These companies aim to become an important part of the U.S. commercial remote sensing industry, which today largely consists of aerial data providers and the value-added firms that play an important role in converting raw imagery data into the products desired by customers.
Title: U.S. Commercial Remote Sensing Satellite Industry: An Analysis of Risks Author: Kevin M. O'Connell Subject: American firms have begun to operate their own imaging satellite systems, aiming to become an important part of the U.S. commercial remote sensing industry. Commercial Remote Sensing. The Office of Space Commerce promotes U.S. commercial remote sensing satellite services by contributing to the development of government policies affecting the industry, voicing the industry’s interests within interagency policy discussions, and representing U.S. commercial interests in international negotiations. commercial remote sensing industry in , in Presidential Decision Directive A decade later the consensus among Federal agencies, the U.S. industry, and outside observers was that this policy was failing in its objectives. On Ap the White House announced a new U.S. Commercial Remote Sensing Policy (also known as NSPD). Remote sensing is the study of something from a remote location or when one is not in physical contact with the object being studied. Satellite remote sensing gathers information from space and Earth orbit. When the information gathered is imagery of the Earth’s surface, that type of remote sensing is considered “Earth Observation.”.Author: Satellite Industry Association.
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) is a leading U.S. Federal civil agency in the implementation of the civil aspects of the Commercial Remote Sensing Space Policy (CRSSP). The USGS is responsible for collecting inter-agency near-term requirements, establishing an operational infrastructure, and supporting the policy and other Federal agencies. U.S. Commercial Remote Sensing Policy. White House, Washington, DC). The science and applications users have been skeptical of this move to commercial sources of observations both because of uncertainty over the capabilities of the private sector and the unsatisfactory outcomes of previous efforts to commercialize satellite-acquired land remote. Read also: Commercial space to enjoy larger role with NASA under Trump. However, the Act is an important step in recognizing the need to update the legal and regulatory framework for the commercial remote sensing satellite industry that currently exists in the US under the Land Remote Sensing Policy Act of SIA was formed in and is a (c)(6) trade association that represents the unified voice for the U.S. commercial satellite industry. SIA offices and its staff are located in Washington, D.C. Email: [email protected] Phone: Satellite Industry Association 18th Street, NW Suite Washington, DC