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What to Expect in Geospatial as 2007 Closes

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Friday, August 31st 2007


Steve Fossett podcast here.

As summer ends our editors look ahead to the remaining months of 2007. We will share some expected events including satellite launches, regulatory decisions and business rollouts that we expect may impact our work in geospatial. Let's have a look into the future. The podcast is 14 minutes long as was recorded on August 31.


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