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To the 2008 USGS African Remote Sensing Market Survey.
Please select the survey which best matches your industry affiliation.

You may complete more than one survey, if applicable

        For African Remote Sensing Users
        and Companies, please select:


                        2005 NOAA U.S., Canada
                         and Europe Final Study
                        AVAILABLE HERE
                        Report Image

                        2006 NOAA Asian Study                         AVAILABLE HERE
                        ASIA Report

For additional information about the project or to complete this five-minute remote sensing survey in person, contact us at 216-525-0600 and a company senior associate will be available to speak with you.

Project Overview:

The U.S.Geological Survey (USGS) has awarded the USGS Remote Sensing survey and analysis of the AFRICAN Remote Sensing Market to Global Marketing Insights, Inc. as a follow on to last year's study of Asia, North America and Europe (which was sponsored previously by U. S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration).

The study of the African Remote Sensing market will survey remote sensing data type usage, application usage, and data needs, as well as include both a five-and ten-year analysis of the political, economic, and technical trends impacting the African remote sensing market globally. The study will be completed by year-end 2008.

The USGS serves the Nation and participates with the global community by providing reliable scientific information to describe and understand the Earth; minimize loss of life and property from natural disasters; manage water, biological, energy, and mineral resources; and enhance and protect our quality of life.

For additional information about this study, or to participate as an Alliance Research Team Member or Sponsor, or to participate in a personal interview, please contact Sherry Loy via email at:, or call    216-525-0600.