The Abu Dhabi office is expected to expand over time due to increasing regional demand for commercial satellite imagery and information services.
What does CSI stand for?
CSI stands for Commercial Satellite Imagery
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 1006 other meanings of CSI in our Acronym Attic
- Collision Safety Institute
- Collision Specialists Inc (USA)
- Combat Studies Institute
- Combat System Integration
- Combat System Interface (program, AMSEC)
- Combined Stress Index
- Command Sequence Introducer (VT100 terminal code sequence equal to ESC)
- Command Special Interest
- Command String Interpreter
- Commercial SATCOM Interconnectivity (Sprint)
- Commercial Satellite Interconnectivity
- Commercial Software, Inc. (Midland, MI)
- Commercial Systems Integrator (IBM)
- Commission on Systemic Interoperability (est. 2005)
- Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (Amherst, NY)
- Commodity Services, Inc. (various locations)
- Commodity Systems Inc. (Boca Raton, FL)
- Commodity Systems, Inc.
- Common Sense Initiative
- Common Service Interface (security; EU)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Its offering comes at an ideal time as it may get a boost from the Obama administration's plans to use more commercial satellite imagery for intelligence gathering.
GeoEye is the world's largest commercial satellite imagery company, delivering the highest-quality, most accurate imagery and products to better map, measure, monitor and manage the world.
have entered into an initial three year data distribution partnership to bring high-resolution commercial satellite imagery to Valtus customers via the Valtus Web site (http://www.
The commercial satellite imagery business has become important to the federal government in the last several years, because it provides accurate data that are less expensive, and available on short notice.
Our Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, and Integration SPO (ESC/SR) describes foreign comparative testing and exploiting commercial satellite imagery in the Eagle Vision family of systems.
Automated feature extraction techniques, previously tested on aerial photographs, may not be employed on commercial satellite imagery with unprecedented spatial resolutions.