Published Technical and Industry Articles:

2014

Earth Imaging Journal 2014, "Technology Tracking the Trends Remote Sensing" by Dr. Shawana P. Johnson

Saxena, Nikita; Thomas, Anna; Johnson, Shawana; Venners, John; Hendricks, Robert; “Green Planet Architecture – A Methodology for Self-Sustainable Distributed Renewable Energy Ecosystems”, 14th International Symposium ISROMAC, Honolulu, HI, March 2, 2012. NASA/TP-2013-217736 published January, 2014 by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing of OmniScriptum GmbH & Co; Saarbrucken, Germany.

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2012

Saxena, Nikita; Thomas, Anna; Johnson, Shawana; Venners, John; Hendricks, Robert; “Green Planet Architecture – A Methodology for Self-Sustainable Distributed Renewable Energy Ecosystems”, 14th International Symposium ISROMAC, Honolulu, HI, March 2, 2012. NASA/TP-2013-217736

State of the Industry Experts: What does the future hold for Remote Sensing?”  Earth Imaging Journal, January/February 2012.

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2011

Kerr, Thomas E., Johnson, Shawana, Toth, Angela; Loy, Sherry, Corbin, Jacob; “Virtual Research Org for South America: USGS International Remote Sensing Research: Provides Basis for Developing Countries Internet/Web Based GIS and Remote Sensing Community Updates”, ISRSE, Sydney, Australia, April 14, 2011 (electronic delivery).

Johnson, Shawana; Philp, Alex; Dodd; Toth, Angela; Kerr, Thomas E.; Loy, Sherry;Successful Global Food Security Inter-Agency Project Leads to Cloud Computing Model to Address Analytical Difficulties Utilizing Multiple Satellite Sensor Datasets” , ISRSE, Sydney, Australia, April 11, 2011.

“State of the Industry Experts: What does the future hold for Remote Sensing?”  Earth Imaging Journal, January/February 2011. To Read more Click Here

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2010

2010 State of the Industry Report
Dr. Shawana Johnson states that the challenges for the industry in 2010 are to describe and transfer capabilities to global applications related to the environment, food security, water management, etc. The greatest challenge for many companies in the remote sensing industry will be to learn how to repackage their capabilities away from a defense focus and business development effort and enter more of a "commercial" and "federal civilian" marketplace.
Click here to read the entire article and Dr. Shawana Johnson's insights

 

 

 

 

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