Products/Services for Echelon Satellite Surveillance Systems

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    Security Systems - (483 companies)
    ...categories include wireless cameras and infrared (or IR) illuminators, night vision systems, video surveillance products, digital surveillance products, home security systems, business security systems, and hidden cameras. Some suppliers of security...
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    Satellites - (38 companies)
    Satellites are manmade objects placed in orbit above the Earth for a variety of civil, scientific, and military applications, such as communications, environmental monitoring, navigation, and reconnaissance. A satellite is any object that orbits...
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    Satellite Communications Equipment - (172 companies)
    Satellite communications equipment is used for the transmission, conditioning, and reception of satellite signals in worldwide telecommunications. General specifications include product type, mounting style, and connector type or interface...
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    Terrestrial Radio and Satellite Radio Services - (30 companies)
    Terrestrial radio and satellite radio service providers transmit radio programming over satellite, cable networks and over open airwaves. Terrestrial radio and satellite radio service providers transmit radio programming via the open airwaves, cable...
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    Mobile Satellite and Mobile Command Center Services - (36 companies)
    Mobile satellite and mobile command center services provide setup and installation of mobile communication centers and mobile communication equipment. Mobile satellite and mobile command center services install and configure mobile communication...
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    Communication Service Providers - (1259 companies)
    Communication services providers include phone companies, satellite companies, and internet service providers (ISP). Communication service providers include phone companies, satellite companies, and internet service providers (ISP). The market...
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    Towers, Masts, and Poles - (278 companies)
    Towers, masts and poles elevate, support and/or position personnel and equipment such as antennas, lighting, surveillance cameras or sensors, wind turbines, weather instruments, and power lines. Towers, masts, and poles are used to provide elevation...
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    Video Cameras - (1576 companies)
    ...data into programming to mechanically enforce copyrights. Image credit: Wikimedia. Satellite Broadcasting. Using a telecommunications relay satellite, video feeds are transmitted to receivers positioned on the Earth, be it a parabolic satellite dish...
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    Closed Circuit Television Systems - (409 companies)
    Closed circuit television systems (CCTV) are used for area surveillance and remote monitoring. Some systems can record events and trigger alarms. Closed circuit television systems (CCTV) are used for area surveillance and remote monitoring. Some...
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    GPS Instruments and Devices - (319 companies)
    Global positioning system (GPS) instruments and GPS devices are radio-navigational devices that provide accurate position information about objects on Earth, based on information from orbiting satellites. Global positioning system (GPS) instruments...

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  • AIRBORNE SIGINT CONSTITUTES ONE PIECE OF A LARGER PUZZLE
    …Task Forces (CJTFs), and their component commanders, to use their own and higher‐ echelon , shared sensors in … initial focus of the ACTD ‐ for which the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) acts as the executive agent with US Atlantic Command (providing operational management) ‐ is to permit integrated tasking of airborne and satellite IMINT, ELINT, and selected surveillance collection systems .
  • Technical results of Y-12/IAEA field trial of remote monitoring system
    The RMS included a variety of Sandia,Oak Ridge, and Aquila sensor technologies which provide containmentseals, video monitoring,radiation asset measurements, and container identifi- cation data to the on-site DAS (Data Acquisition System )by way of radio-frequency and Echelon LonWorksnetworks. .... The accumulated safeguardsinformation was transmitted to the IAEA via sat- ellite (COMSATRSI) and internationaltelephone lines. .... AMs), AIMS fi- ber-optic seal (AFOS),ICAM (Image Compressionand Authentication Module) video surveillance system, DAS (DataAcquisition…
  • Government Reference Architecture dataplane gateway
    The network must transition from its current reliance on relatively fixed and static satellite and terrestrial line .... An aerial layer, in combination with existing terrestrial and space assets, will enable continuous network connectivity to networked weapon systems , sensors, Soldiers, leaders, platforms and command posts (CP) at all echelons ; during all phases of combat, while on-the-move (OTM), in … of record as well as quick reaction capability programs that can provide persistent surveillance and include ACS…
  • Soldier systems sensor fusion
    Through Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) information every soldier becomes an effective land navigator and will have the .... Digitized, real-time secure communications will ensure the soldier and higher echelons have access to the battlefield .... Smart systems , whether they are employed in soldier systems, defense surveillance , robotics, or medical diagnosis all require to be aware of subtle details of their environment.
  • Radar-guided SAMs could make UAV operations impractical
    …assumed that the enemy forces would be alerted to UAV activity by their own higher- echelon assets. .... evacuation operation, and required positive identification of any SA-6 or SA-8 systems within range of .... The second assumed that satellite surveillance has detected suspicious activities at a site of interest.
  • Twenty Year Cumulative Index 1951-1971
    Abstr., AES-3 67 Nov 988 Spooner, Charles S., Jr.; Surveying and mapping from space; MIL-4 … AES-7 71 Mar 235-242 Stahler, M. R., see Ratajczak, Anthony F.; IECEC Record 68 600-606 Stahler, Yio E.; Corner reflectors as elements of passive communication satellites ; AS-I 63 Aug … optical-inertial midcourse guidance system on a circumlunar mission … see Chalfin, Albert; AES-2 66 May 291-302 Staton, George R.; Multi- echelon system of diagnostic…
  • THE MAPPING REVOLUTION
    The system , installed in an S‐280 shelter aboard a 5t truck, is intended to enable engineer terrain teams at division, corps and higher echelons to perform terrain analysis and produce topographic products at speed. .... result of the civil war in the former Yugoslavia ‐ since a similar satellite pass two years … The Environmental Research Institute of Michigan (ERIM) has developed Situation Awareness, Navigation and Surveillance Equipment (SANSE) consisting…
  • Use of remote sensing methods for evaluation of seismic hazard by an example of the Andian seismic dislocations in Dagestan
    …pro nounced in the landscape in the form of rectilinear, arched or en echelon scarps, troughs, and .... The authors used panchromatic QuickBird satellite images with a ground resolution of 0.6 m (accessible at: http://khm.google.com … at: http:// maps. yimg.com), and the data obtained by the satel lite radar survey at the 1 s … normalized and transformed into the Gauss–Krueger map projection in the 1942 coor dinate system presented in the…
  • Multidata remote sensing approach to regional geologic mapping in Venezuela
    …from Landsat MSS imagery supplemented by TM and a regional 1:250,000 airborne radar (SLAR) survey . .... Evidence of dextral offset, en echelon folds and major thoroughgoing faults suggest a regional transpressional system modified by local extension and readjustment between small-scale crustal blocks. .... (3) Offshore oil seeps were detected using ERS-1 satellite radar (SAR) and known seeps in the…
  • Reloading Data Protection
    However, on balance, it seems that the surveillance of communications is becoming rather more difficult than it was at the initiation of the Echelon programme of the US, UK, Canada … deal of the worldwide radio and satellite communications.86 Nowadays, however .... Such “smart” communication surveillance system would not even have to be continuously turned on; it could be…