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GNSS Markets and Applicationsby Len Jacobson
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Mostly known for GPS products, the global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) industry is poised for dramatic growth. This book provides a detailed, accurate picture of the current GNSS marketplace, offering keen insight into future trends. It also provides complete descriptions of all major market segments, highlighting risks and opportunities for growth.
Book News Annotation:
For some four decades, California-based marketer and consultant Jacobson has been involved with global navigation satellite systems (GNSS), of which the best known is the global positioning system (GPS). Here he explores the business aspects of the systems. He reviews the history and current status of the technology and government policies regarding it, then looks at air and space, maritime, land, mapping and surveying, geodesy and timing, and military applications. He also surveys the companies currently doing business in the industry. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Most known for GPS products, the global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) industry is poised for dramatic growth. Many GNSS business experts are predicting ten-fold growth over the next decade to make GNSS a $300-billion industry. This book provides a detailed, accurate picture the current GNSS marketplace, offering keen insight into future trends. This comprehensive resource provides complete descriptions of all major market segments, highlighting risks and opportunities for growth. Applications have been driving this industry's expansion, and this book discusses promising new applications for both the commercial and defense sectors. Taking a global perspective on GNSS business, this authoritative volume shows how the industry is being influenced worldwide by systems developed in the U.S., European Union, India, China, and Japan. It also details how government policy is shaping markets in the U.S. and E.U.
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