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Euroconsult brings market intelligence to Earth observation business

Euroconsult, the international consulting and analyst firm specializing in the satellite sector continues to reinforce its Earth observation business. The company provides market studies and consulting, and organizes events.

Euroconsult is also preparing the 2nd Symposium on Earth Observation Business. The event will take place September 9-10, 2010 in Paris and will bring together over 100 leaders from the Earth observation community including CEOs and top executives from leading businesses and government agencies

This high-profile event is a unique meeting place to discuss market trends and the opportunities and challenges ahead in the growing and changing Earth observation sector. GeoEye and Ball Aerospace are official partners for the event. Speakers include CEO’s and top executives from DigitalGlobe, Astrium Services, European Union Satellite Center, GeoEye, US NGA, Total, MDA GSI, Group on Earth Observation (GEO), Google, C-Core, e-GEOS, RapidEye, UK MoD, KSAT, SPOT-Infoterra, Ball Aerospace, NOAA, and SSTL among others.

For more information or a full program at or contact Julia Carré at or +33 1 49 23 75 28.

The company recently released a new market study. This second title, Earth Observation: Defense & Security, is a comprehensive analysis of the strategic issues, market drivers and trends, supply and demand for image intelligence (IMINT) for the government customer. It joins the company’s annual market prospects report, Satellite-based Earth Observation, Market Prospects to 201x which is an exhaustive analysis and forecast for the entire sector, including every level of the value chain. The 3rd edition will be available in the Fall.

To support this growing business the company is expanding its staff in both Europe and North America offices, and recently formed a partnership with The Jones Consulting Group in the United States. Dennis Jones, President of The Jones Consulting Group, has held a number of senior executive positions at GeoEye, Space Imaging and The Aerospace Corporation. He has also served in analytical and advisory positions in the U.S. government’s national security community, including the Executive Office of the President and the National Reconnaissance Office.

Source Euroconsult