Ray A. Williamson, Editor, Imaging Notes; Sr. Advisor, Secure World Foundation
Mark E. Brender, Executive Director, GeoEye Foundation
Anita Burke, Founder, The Catalyst Institute
Nancy Colleton, President, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies
William B. Gail, CTO, Global Weather Corporation
Anne Hale Miglarese, President/CEO, PLANETiQ
Kevin Pomfret, Esq., Centre for Spatial Law and Policy
Editorial Philosophy, Commitment and Approach
Imaging Notes was the world's first publication dedicated to helping readers understand the myriad of applications for remotely sensed data. We are c
ommitted to providing the highest quality, unbiased, in-depth analysis of remote sensing projects from around the globe, demonstrating the importance of remote sensing to the world, from local municipalities to entire nations, and international alliances.
Along with new departments like “Earth Scope” by Dr. Tim Foresman, “Enjoy the View” and the compelling column “Policy Watch,” we bring timely previously unpublished in-depth stories from the news. With a distinguished editorial board headed by our new editor, Dr. Ray Williamson of The Space Policy Institute at The George Washington University, we will monitor and contribute to the growth of the remote sensing industry into the future. Working together, we are building a much-needed strong voice for the industry, publishing relevant, timely information that cannot be found elsewhere. Imaging Notes also celebrates the beauty and significance of the imagery by providing a sophisticated, clean high-tech environment and design throughout the publication.
The cover stories will be determined by what’s newsworthy at that time. In addition, each issue will include feature stories from these primary focus areas:
- Emergency Response/Disaster Relief
- Natural Resources/Renewable Energy
- Infrastructure/Transportation/Civil Government
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