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Booth 7: ASD Inc.
Website: http://www.asdi.com

ASD Inc., a Malvern Panalytical company, is the global leader in remote sensing and hyperspectral measurement solutions, providing unparalleled ground truthing results. Our rugged, portable FieldSpec® 4 line of spectroradiometers provides the freedom to rapidly collect high-quality spectra in the field. Trusted by top research experts at thousands of universities and research institutions, ASD’s full-range spectrometers are used in more than 70 countries. For more information, please visit us at booth 7 and www.asdi.com.

Booth 11: CEOS SEO
Website: http://www.ceos.org

The Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) Systems Engineering Office (SEO) provides systems engineering leadership and support to CEOS through technical and management services and the development of tools and products that facilitate systems engineering solutions for societal benefit.

Booth 12: Headwall Photonics
Website: http://www.headwallphotonics.com

Headwall produces hyperspectral and multispectral imaging solutions for remote sensing applications. Headwall’s all-reflective concentric optical designs feature high spectral and spatial resolution, a wide field of view, high signal-to-noise, and aberration correction. Spectral ranges include visible-near-infrared (VNIR, 400-1000nm), near-infrared (NIR, 900-1700nm), and shortwave-infrared (SWIR, 900-2500nm). Sensors can be mounted aboard UAVs and aircraft, and small-satellite configurations from Headwall are in low-earth-orbit now. Headwall’s VNIR-SWIR sensor covers the 400-2500nm range with co-registered pixels. A new chlorophyll fluorescence sensor targets the 670-780nm VNIR range with very high resolution. Headwall’s integrated solutions include UAV, sensor, GPS/IMU, all software, and LiDAR if needed.

Booth 33: MDPI AG
Website: http://www.mdpi.com

MDPI is an academic open access publisher of peer-reviewed journals established in 1996 and based in Basel, Switzerland. MDPI publishes over 180 diverse peer-reviewed, scientific, open access, electronic journals, including ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information (Impact Factor 1.502), Remote Sensing (Impact Factor 3.244), Sensors (Impact Factor 2.677), Sustainability (Impact Factor 1.789), Future Internet and Data. With over 110,000 published papers within the last two decades, MDPI has become a pioneer in academic open access publishing industry. All our content is open access, distributed under a Creative Commons License. MDPI is a member of COPE, STM and OASPA.

Booth 1: The National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping (NCALM)
Website: http://www.ncalm.org

The National Center for Airborne Laser Mapping (NCALM) is based at the University of Houston and is operated in partnership with the University of California, Berkeley. The center is supported by the National Science Foundation and is associated with the multi-disciplinary Geosensing Systems Engineering & Sciences graduate program at the University of Houston. NCALM’s mission is to: • Provide research-quality airborne light detection and ranging (lidar) observations to the scientific community. • Advance the state of the art in airborne laser mapping. • Train and educate graduate students with knowledge of airborne mapping to meet the needs of academic institutions, government agencies, and private industry. Visit our website at www.ncalm.org