Riverside Research Textbook Authors Howard Evans and James Lange at GEOINT 2015

WASHINGTON, DC – Riverside Research, a not-for-profit scientific research company, is adding to the festivities of the 2015 Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) exhibit hall which opens today at the Washington Convention Center. Drs. Howard Evans and James Lange, authors of the soon-to-be-released and highly anticipated textbook, The Phenomenology of Intelligence-focused Remote Sensing, will be in the Riverside Research booth (7147) and the USGIF booth (1033) for a special “Meet the Authors” day on Tuesday, June 23 from 10:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.  

Dr. Evans (left) is an infrared surveillance subject matter expert for the US Air Force. Dr. Lange (right) has accumulated over 35 years of professional experience involving remote sensing techniques, sensors, and data analysis and exploitation. Both previously developed and taught the Advanced Geospatial Intelligence Certificate Program at the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT) and have developed the Advanced Technical Intelligence certification curricula for colleges and universities in Dayton, OH.

Stop by the Riverside Research booth 7147 on Tuesday, June 23 to take advantage of this unique opportunity to meet our senior technical experts.

The Phenomenology of Intelligence-focused Remote Sensing is a first-of-its-kind advanced remote sensing textbook that provides a never-before-seen breadth and depth of specialized information relevant to GEOINT disciplines. Authored by Riverside Research senior technical experts, Drs. Evans and Lange, with Dr. James Schmitz (center) under a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with AFIT, this graduate-level text is the first to include phenomenology, sensors, and intelligence applications under one cover. Visit http://www.riversideresearch.org/news/first-its-kind-advanced-remote-sensing-textbook-available-now to learn more or click here to place an order.