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LONDON, May 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Global Aerial Imaging Market: Overview The "Aerial Imaging Market [By End-use Industry (Government, Commercial Enterprises, Civil Engineering Industry, Military, Forestry and Agriculture, Energy Sector, Insurance); By Application (Energy, Geospatial Technology, Natural Resources Management, Construction & Development, Disaster Response Management, Defense & Intelligence, Conservation & Research, Media & Entertainment)] – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2017 – 2025 " report provides the analysis of the global aerial imaging market for 2015 – 2025, where in period from 2017 to 2025 is forecast period and 2016 is considered as the base year. Download the full report: https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/3990052/ The report precisely covers all the major trends and technologies playing a major role in the Aerial Imaging market growth over the forecast period. It also highlights the drivers, restraints and opportunities expected to influence the market growth during the said period. The study provides the holistic perspective on the Aerial Imaging market growth, throughout the above forecast period in terms of revenue (in US$ Mn), across different geographies, which includes Asia Pacific (APAC), South America, North America, Europe, and Middle East & Africa (MEA). The market overview section of the report showcases the market dynamics and trends such as the drivers, restraints, and opportunities that influence the current nature and future status of this market. It also provides an overview about the key market trends given across the five geographical regions.? The report segments the global Aerial Imaging market, on the basis of end-use industry into government, commercial enterprises, civil engineering industry, military, forestry and agriculture, energy sectors and insurance, among others. By application, the market has been classified into energy, geospatial technology, natural resources management, construction and development, disaster response management, defense and intelligence, conservation and research, and media and entertainment. Thus, the report provides in-depth cross segment analysis for the Aerial Imaging market and classifies it into various levels, thereby providing valuable insights on macro as well as micro level. The scope for some of the major application segments has been defined as follows: Natural resource management includes agriculture and forestry, coastal management and environmental monitoring Geospatial technology includes GIS (geographical information systems) and 3D city and urban modeling Construction and development includes engineering and construction application, land and cadastre records Conservation and research includes archeology, wildlife conservation, education/study, and global warming Commercial enterprises includes news and weather forecasting firms, sports and tourism, educational institutes, real estate and city planners, and fleet management industries In terms of geography, the global Aerial Imaging market is classified into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and South America. Global Aerial Imaging Market: Competitive Analysis The report also provides the competitive landscape for the Aerial Imaging market, thereby listing out all the major players according to their geographic presence, market attractiveness and recent key developments. The competitive landscape section of the report gives an overview about the market share of several key players in the market for the year 2016. The aerial imaging market data estimates are the result of our in-depth secondary research, primary interviews and in-house expert panel reviews. These market estimates have been analyzed by taking into account the impact of different political, social, economic, technological, and legal factors along with the current market dynamics affecting the market growth. Moreover, key takeaways section provided at the end of competitive landscape section would help the operating companies to make the best move in this market. NRC Group ASA, GeoVantage, Inc., Digital Aerial Solutions, LLC, Cooper Aerial Surveys Co., Fugro N.V., Landiscor Real Estate Mapping, Google, Inc., EagleView Technologies, Inc., and Nearmap ltd are some of the few major players operating within the global Aerial Imaging market, which have been profiled in this study. Details such as financials, business strategies, SWOT analysis, and other such strategic information pertaining to these players has been duly provided as part of company profiling. The global aerial imaging market has been segmented as below: By End-use Industry Government Commercial Enterprises Civil Engineering Industry Military Forestry and Agriculture Energy Sector Insurance By Application Energy Geospatial Technology Natural Resources Management Construction & Development Disaster Response Management Defense & Intelligence Conservation & Research Media & Entertainment By Region North America The U.S. Canada Rest of North America Europe The U.K. Germany France Spain Italy Rest of Europe Asia Pacific China Japan India Indonesia Australasia Rest of Asia Pacific Middle East & Africa UAE Saudi Arabia South Africa Rest of Middle East & Africa South America Brazil Download the full report: https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/3990052/ About Reportbuyer Reportbuyer is a leading industry intelligence solution that provides all market research reports from top publishers http://www.reportbuyer.com For more information: Sarah Smith Research Advisor at Reportbuyer.com   Email: query@reportbuyer.com   Tel: +44 208 816 85 48 Website: www.reportbuyer.com To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/aerial-imaging-market---global-industry-analysis-size-share-growth-trends-and-forecast-2017---2025-300459409.html


PubMed | International Crops Research Institute for the Semi Arid Tropics ICRISAT, ICRISAT, Indian International Crops Research Institute for the Semi Arid Tropics, Zambia Agriculture Research Institute and NRC Group
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Journal of food protection | Year: 2016

A 3-year comprehensive analysis of aflatoxin contamination in peanut butter was conducted in Zambia, sub-Saharan Africa. The study analyzed 954 containers of 24 local and imported peanut butter brands collected from shops in Chipata, Mambwe, Petauke, Katete, and Nyimba districts and also in Lusaka from 2012 to 2014. For analysis, a sample included six containers of a single brand, from the same processing batch number and the same shop. Each container was quantitatively analyzed for aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) in six replicates by using competitive enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; thus, aflatoxin contamination level of a given sample was derived from an average of 36 test values. Results showed that 73% of the brands tested in 2012 were contaminated with AFB1 levels >20 g/kg and ranged up to 130 g/kg. In 2013, 80% of the brands were contaminated with AFB1 levels >20 g/kg and ranged up to 10,740 g/kg. Compared with brand data from 2012 and 2013, fewer brands in 2014, i.e., 53%, had aflatoxin B1 levels >20 g/kg and ranged up to 1,000 g/kg. Of the eight brands tested repeatedly across the 3-year period, none consistently averaged 20 g/kg. Our survey clearly demonstrates the regular occurrence of high levels of AF B1 in peanut butter in Zambia. Considering that some of the brands tested originated from neighboring countries such as Malawi, Zimbabwe, and South Africa, the current findings provide a sub-Saharan regional perspective regarding the safety of peanut butter.


PubMed | University of Malawi, University for Development Studies, National Institute for Scientific and Industrial Research NISIR, International Crops Research Institute for the Semi Arid Tropics ICRISAT and NRC Group
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Mycotoxin research | Year: 2016

This study assessed knowledge, attitude, and practices (KAP) of the public in Malawi on issues related to molds in foodstuffs. A survey involving structured questionnaire was conducted with 805 respondents from seven districts of Malawi. Descriptive statistics, t tests, and analyses of variance were calculated. A majority of respondents recognized that molds were dangerous to human health (88%); however, about 50% of respondents were not informed that mold toxins are thermally stable and that they are not destroyable by normal cooking processes. About 33% of the respondents asserted that they buy moldy maize, while approximately 20% of respondents reported that they consume moldy fruits having discarded moldy fraction. There were significant differences in knowledge scores among different demographic groups. Females had significantly (p<0.05) lower knowledge scores on issues related to molds in foods. Additionally, the respondents location had a significant effect. However, respondents education had subtle effect on knowledge score and the overall populations knowledge score was generally low (3.551.32 score out of 9). Results of the study underline the need to raise publics knowledge about health risks associated with spoilage molds in food and prevention and management options.


Pokrass M.,NRC Group | Pokrass M.,Tel Aviv University | Azulay D.,Hebrew University of Jerusalem | Balberg I.,Hebrew University of Jerusalem | And 4 more authors.
Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology | Year: 2014

Electrical properties of multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWNTs)/hybrid-glass nanocomposites prepared by the fast-sol-gel reaction were investigated in light of percolation theory. A good correlation was found between the experimental results and the theory. We obtained a percolation threshold c = 0.22 wt%, and a critical exponent of t = 1.73. These values are reported for the first time for a silica-based system. The highest conductivity measured on the MWNT/hybrid-glass nanocomposites was σ ≈ 10-3(Ω cm)-1 for 2 wt% carbon nanotube (CNT) loading. The electrical conductivity was at least 12 orders of magnitude higher than that of pure silica. Electrostatic force microscopy and conductive-mode atomic force microscopy studies demonstrated conductivity at the micro-level, which was attributed to the CNT dispersed in the matrix. It appears that the dispersion in our MWNT/hybrid-glass system yields a particularly low percolation threshold compared with that of a MWNT/silica-glass system. Materials with electrical conductivities described in this work can be exploited for anti-static coating. © 2014 Springer Science+Business Media New York.


Pokrass M.,NRC Group | Burshtein Z.,Ben - Gurion University of the Negev | Gvishi R.,NRC Group
Optical Materials | Year: 2010

We have investigated the effect of organic content in hybrid organic/inorganic glasses prepared by the sol-gel process on the thermo-optic coefficient dn/dT. The organic phase consisted of homogeneously dispersed methyl groups within an inorganic silica matrix. Analysis of Fresnel reflectance temperature dependence of an optically polished sample-surface yielded the desired value, with an accuracy of 10 5/°C. A negative linear dependence of the thermo-optic coefficient on the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient β was obtained, dn/dT[10 4/°C] = -1.1-0.45β[10 4/°C]. Using Prod'homme's model, a negative value was derived for the electronic polarizability coefficient Φ = (-1.8 ± 0.3) × 10 4/°C. The negative sign of Φ is attributed to isolation of the silica matrix sections by the methyl groups, causing the sections to distance upon increase in temperature. © 2010 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.


Pokrass M.,NRC Group | Pokrass M.,Tel Aviv University | Burshtein Z.,Ben - Gurion University of the Negev | Gvishi R.,NRC Group | Nathan M.,Tel Aviv University
Optical Materials Express | Year: 2012

The saturated optical absorption of multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWNT)-doped hybrid-glass composites was studied at 1064 nm with nanosecond long pulses using the Z-scan technique. Increased transmission was demonstrated for high intensity pulses. The results were modeled for the limiting cases of a slow or a fast saturable absorber, both referring to a three-level system. The ground-state absorption cross section was estimated as 2.3x10-18 cm2, in good agreement with that of a single carbon atom. The excited state absorption cross section for carbon nanotubes (CNTs) was estimated for the first time as 6.9x10-19 cm3. The absorber's density of 2.8x1018 cm-3 is smaller by approximately a factor of 5 compared to the nominal density of carbon atoms incorporated into the glass. This could be a result of the broad band-like states formation in the MWNTs. The above figures were obtained by assuming that the excited state decay time was longer than the pulse duration of ~1 ns. © 2012 Optical Society of America.


Sheinker A.,NRC Group | Ginzburg B.,NRC Group | Salomonski N.,NRC Group | Frumkis L.,Ben - Gurion University of the Negev | Kaplan B.-Z.,Ben - Gurion University of the Negev
Measurement Science and Technology | Year: 2014

Low frequency magnetic fields feature high penetration ability, whichallowscommunication, localization, and tracking in environments where radio or acoustic waves are blocked or distorted by multipath interferences. In the present work, we propose a method for tracking a magnetic receiver using beacons of low frequency magnetic field, where the receiver includes a tri-axial search-coil magnetometer. Measuring the beacons' magnetic fields and calculating the total-field signals enables localization without restrictions on magnetometer orientation, allowing on-the-move tracking. The total-field signals are used by a global search method, e.g., simulated annealing (SA) algorithm, to localize the receiver. The magnetic field produced by each beacon has a dipole structure and is governed by the beacon's position and magnetic moment. We have investigated two different methods for estimating beacons' magnetic moments prior to localization. The first method requires directional measurements, whereas for the second method the total-field signal is used.Effectiveness of these methods has been proved in numerous field tests. In the present work, we introduce a method for tracking a moving receiver by successive localizations. Using previous localization as a starting point of the search method for the next localization can reduce execution time and chances for divergence. The proposed method has been tested using numerous computer simulations. Successful system operation has been verified in field conditions. The good tracking capability together with simple implementation makes the proposed method attractive for real-time, low power field applications, such as mobile robots navigation. © 2014 IOP Publishing Ltd.


Matsuoka T.,University of Michigan | McGuffey C.,University of Michigan | Cummings P.G.,University of Michigan | Horovitz Y.,University of Michigan | And 10 more authors.
Physical Review Letters | Year: 2010

Stimulated Raman side scattering of an ultrashort high power laser pulse is studied in experiments on laser wakefield acceleration. Experiments and simulations reveal that stimulated Raman side scattering occurs at the beginning of the interaction, that it contributes to the evolution of the pulse prior to wakefield formation, and also that it affects the quality of electron beams generated. The relativistic shift of the plasma frequency is measured. © 2010 The American Physical Society.


Berkovic G.,NRC Group | Zilberman S.,NRC Group | Shafir E.,NRC Group
IEEE SENSORS 2013 - Proceedings | Year: 2013

We show, both theoretically and experimentally, the effect of changes in temperature on measurements of distance and displacement by a typical commercial chromatic confocal sensor. A temperature change of even 1°C can lead to an error which is larger than the specified absolute accuracy of the sensor. The dominant factor in this effect is the change of the refractive index of the optics with temperature. A correction procedure is described which yields high accuracy (better than 5μm) over a temperature range from -5 to 55 oC. © 2013 IEEE.


Berkovic G.,NRC Group | Shafir E.,NRC Group
Advances in Optics and Photonics | Year: 2012

This tutorial reviews various noncontact optical sensing techniques that can be used to measure distances to objects, and related parameters such as displacements, surface profiles, velocities and vibrations. The techniques that are discussed and compared include intensity-based sensing, triangulation, time-of-flight sensing, confocal sensing, Doppler sensing, and various kinds of interferometric sensing with both high- and low-coherence sources. © 2012 Optical Society of America.

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