Invitation to Exhibit and Sponsor

The conference provides the opportunity to learn about satellite, airborne and in-situ remote sensing technologies that are being used to study, monitor and manage the Great Lakes - St. Lawrence River system.

Hundreds of key decision makers from federal, state/provincial and local agencies across the Great Lakes region come to attend the training seminars and concurrent presentation sessions to learn about the latest technological developments. They come to network with peers; and they come to visit with suppliers of products and services which help inform their purchase decisions.

Exhibition booth space is limited, and assigned on a first-come basis. Mail or fax the enclosed order form today to request your strategic location.

Join our Current Exhibitors!

Gold Exhibitors/Sponsors:

The Institute for the Application of Geospatial Technology
Located in Auburn, New York on the campus of Cayuga Community College, IAGTis a not-for-profit organization dedicated to accelerating the application of geospatial information technology (GIT) across government, education, and commercial sectors. IAGT develops custom GIT solutions with clients and partners for a variety of applications, and conducts extensive education and outreach to promote the use of GIT.
IAGT leverages a wide variety of geospatial technologies, including:
satellite, aerial and terrestrial remote sensing data; GPS; digital map data; geospatial analyses and modeling; 3D and interactive applications, and Internet mapping services. IAGT is experienced in all aspects of Geographic Information Systems design and development, including complete project planning and implementation-from database design and creation to network deployment.


MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates and
Digital Globe
MDA's Geospatial Services (formerly RADARSAT International) is a world-leading provider of data, information products and services derived from radar and optical Earth imaging satellites. MDA has been DigitalGlobe's top rated North American reseller for the past 3 years. DigitalGlobe owns and operates QuickBird--the world's highest resolution commercial satellite imagery.


Silver Exhibitors/Sponsors:

EarthData has served private-sector, state, local, federal, and DoD agencies and intelligence community clients worldwide since 1955. Under the mandates of an ISO-certified quality system, EarthData employs its own fleet of aircraft with state-of-the-art remote sensing equipment, research and development teams, three geospatial data and intelligence production facilities, exclusive GeoSAR and ISTAR mapping services, and international affiliations to support domestic and international programs for designing, planning, developing, and managing geospatial information and systems.


Dynamic Aviation
Dynamic Aviation specializes in providing aircraft and aviation infrastructure to agencies and organizations with exacting data needs, but lacking aviation assets and expertise. We do not own aerial cameras or remote sensors. We offer versatile, superior aerial platforms into which existing and emerging technologies can be installed to acquire data of all types. Our aerial platforms can be deployed to validate satellite information, obtain LIDAR, multispectral and hyperspectral data. The aircraft may be used for remote sensing, aerial photography, geophysical survey and for aerial and maritime surveillance.

Serving this nation's military has been a part of Woolpert's mission and culture over 50 years. We have worked with the Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marine Corps at all levels - from the Pentagon, Major Headquarters, and Installations to the Reserves and National Guard; throughout the CONUS, Alaska, and Hawaii; and from the Pacific Rim to Europe. We are also proud, sustaining members of over 20 SAME chapters across the country. Our geospatial services cover your data collection, imagery, and enterprise information project needs all under one roof to help you obtain and manage the most accurate, interoperable information.


Pictometry International Corp. is a rapidly growing software company that provides visual intelligence information systems. The company's patented imaging process captures high-resolution oblique and orthogonal images of counties and states, and combines them with an interactive software solution that lets users see everywhere, measure anything and plan everything. The company's customer base includes a growing list of county and state government organizations as well as private business users. Applications include assessors, planning officials, transportation and real estate development, engineering and utilities, law enforcement, 9-1-1, homeland security and fire departments.


TVGA Consultants
Headquartered in Elma, NY, TVGA Consultants is a full service Engineering firm that has provided private clients, as well as federal, state and municipal government agencies alike-quality, value based professional engineering services for more than 88 years. The Geospatial Group has completed thousands of projects, of all sizes, ranging from large scale engineering and design projects to smaller scale E911 and GIS related projects. In addition, TVGA has provided various hydrographic surveys and costal mapping throughout the Eastern United States. TVGA is proud to employ a highly skilled and diverse staff of civil, transportation, traffic and environmental engineers; scientists, GIS specialists, photogrammetrists and land surveyors from five locations throughout New York.



NOAA's Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory
NOAA’s Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory (GLERL) conducts research and provides scientific leadership on issues in Great Lakes and marine coastal environments leading to new knowledge, tools, approaches, awareness and services. Research programs focus on the sources, pathways, and effects of toxic contaminants; natural hazards such as severe waves, storm surges, and ice; ecosystems and foodweb interactions including threat and impact of aquatic invasive species; changes in lake water levels; and regional effects related to global climate change.



Analytical Spectral Devices
the undisputed world leader of self-powered, truly portable, full range, field spectroradiometers since 1990. Now ASD takes field research to the next frontier in spectroradiometry with the new FieldSpecR 3 - wireless connectivity, LabVIEWR interface, expanded flexibility, and improved built-in diagnostics. FieldSpecR 3 is even more powerful, rugged, and user friendly than the benchmark FieldSpecR Pro. ASD instruments are used worldwide, in a variety of environments and applications-in the field, laboratory, and more. ASD's systems dramatically enhance the quality, efficiency, and scope of countless applications requiring measurement of radiance, irradiance, reflectance, or transmission.
Sicom Systems
Sicom Systems Ltd. develops the Accipiter® family of surveillance radar systems. Accipiter® radars achieve near-military performance at low cost by combining commercial marine radar transceivers with Sicom’s sophisticated Accipiter® processor-tracker. Accipiter®’s network-based architecture permits networks of radars to be fused into a combined display located at a remote operations centre.

Why Exhibit?

As an exhibitor, you will have the opportunity to market your products and services to an audience specifically interested in exploring new remote sensing and information management tools and technologies.

Download the Exhibitors' Prospectus and Order Form (PDF 800k)

Exhibition booth space is limited, and assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Mail or fax your completed order form to request your booth location to:

Terry Sakowski
SUNY-ESF Outreach
219 Bray Hall
1 Forestry Drive
Syracuse, NY 13210

Because booth space is limited, requested location is not guaranteed.

Who Should Exhibit?

  • Remote Sensing, satellite systems and data collection companies
  • Environmental monitoring and observing tools development companies
  • Information systems developers and GIS consultants, software providers and service companies
  • System integration, database vendors and companies
  • Hardware, software and application development companies

Limited display space will also be available for Great Lakes organizations, professional associations, and federal and state/provincial partners. This space is free of charge if the agency registers at least two conference participants.

For further details contact:
Jon Dettling
Great Lakes Commission
T: 734-971-9135





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