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Licia Rodrigues Couto mapping geospatial references for the Forest Health Protection Gray Literature Project. Westside Service Center. Mt. Hood National Forest Headquarters in Sandy, Oregon.

 

Project background:

The Gray Literature Project evolved from a grassroots effort by numerous western Forest Health Protection specialists, to inventory and make generally available FHP 'gray literature'. Interest in FHP gray literature has grown, as technological advances, ecological and sociological changes, and personnel turnover have increased demand for sources of historic information on forest insects and diseases.

For more about this project see: www.fs.fed.us/foresthealth/fhm/posters/posters12/Willhite...

 

Licia is from Brazil and is working with Forest Health Protection through the US Forest Service International Visitor Program. To learn more about this program see: www.fs.fed.us/global/visitor_program/

 

Photo courtesy of: Licia Rodrigues Couto

Date: November 20, 2017

 

Credit: USDA Forest Service, Region 6, State and Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection.

Source: Aerial Survey Program collection.

 

Image provided by USDA Forest Service, Region 6, State and Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection: www.fs.usda.gov/main/r6/forest-grasslandhealth

According to recent studies conducted by GME, the In-Memory Computing Market is expected to grow at a massive rate of 16.5% during the 2020-2026 period. The reduction in the cost of RAM in the market and the growing use of internet services and mobile banking services has resulted in establishing the demand for large data processing. The rising need to handle huge data to facilitate real-time actionable customer insights and improved transaction processing offer lucrative opportunities for the IMC market to proliferate in the coming years.

Browse 165 Market Data Tables and 131 Figures spread through 194 Pages on "Global In-Memory Computing Market - Forecasts to 2026" www.globalmarketestimates.com/market-report/global-in-mem...

By Component (Solutions [In-Memory Database (IMDB), In-Memory Data Grid (IMDG), and Data Stream Processing], Services [Professional Services, and Managed Services]); By Application (Supply Chain Management, Predictive Analysis, Sales and Marketing Optimization, Geospatial/GIS Processing, Sentiment Analysis, Risk Management and Fraud Detection, and Others [Image Processing, Route Optimization, Claim Processing and Modelling, and Trade Promotion Simulations]); By Deployment Mode (On-premises, and Cloud); By Organization Size (Large Enterprises, and SMEs); By Vertical (Media and Entertainment, Energy and Utilities, Government and Defence, Transportation and Logistics, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Retail and eCommerce, IT and Telecom, BFSI, and Others (Education, Manufacturing, and Travel And Hospitality); By Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, MEA, and CSA), Company Market Share & Competitor Analysis

Key Market Insights:

•According to recent studies conducted by GME, the in-memory computing market is expected to grow at a massive rate of 16.5% during the 2020-2026 period

•The adoption of IMC by various verticals is the prime factor adding values to the growth of IMC in the APAC region.

•The banking and insurance sector will contribute to the market the most in terms of value sales

•The cloud segment has gained more popularity as compared to the on-premises segment as it offers allure and promises to provide newfound flexibility for enterprises, everything from saving time and money to enhance agility and scalability

•Risk management and fraud detection will grow quicker than the other segments in the market

Key global players in the Global In-Memory Computing Market include Hazelcast, Intel, Salesforce, Workday, Teradata, Qlik, Kognitio, VoltDB, McObject, and MemSQL, Microsoft, Enea, Oracle, IBM, SAS Institute, TIBCO, Software AG, Fujitsu, SAP, Red Hat, Altibase, GigaSpaces, GridGain, MongoDB, and Exasol among others.

  

Browse the Global In-Memory Computing Market Report @: www.globalmarketestimates.com/market-report/global-in-mem...

Component Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2020 - 2026)

•Solutions

•Data Stream Processing

•In-Memory Data Grid (IMDG)

•In-Memory Database (IMDB)

•Services

•Professional Services

•Managed Services

 

•Application Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2020 - 2026)

•Supply Chain Management

•Predictive Analysis

•Sales and Marketing Optimization

•Geospatial/GIS Processing

•Sentiment Analysis

•Risk Management and Fraud Detection

•Others (Image Processing, Route Optimization, Claim Processing and Modelling, and Trade Promotion Simulations)

 

•Deployment Mode Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2020 - 2026)

•On-premises

•Cloud

 

•Organization Size Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2020 - 2026)

•Large Enterprises

•SMEs

 

•Vertical Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2020 - 2026)

•Media and Entertainment

•Energy and Utilities

•Government and Defence

•Transportation and Logistics

•Healthcare and Life Sciences

•Retail and eCommerce

•IT and Telecom

•BFSI

•Others (Education, Manufacturing, and Travel And Hospitality)

 

•Regional Outlook (Revenue, USD Billion, 2020 - 2026)

•North America

•U.S.

•Canada

•Mexico

•Europe

•Germany

•UK

•France

•Spain

•Italy

•Rest of Europe

•Asia Pacific

•China

•India

•Japan

•South Korea

•Australia

•Rest of APAC

•Central & South America

•Brazil

•Argentina

•Chile

•Rest of CSA

•Middle East & Africa

•Saudi Arabia

•South Africa

•UAE

•Rest of MEA

  

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Chris Chiesa and Victoria Leat (seated left) demonstrated DMRS at Myanmar Red Cross Society (MRSC) EOC on June 2, 2017.

A model of a hill, printed on our Mcor Iris.

 

A model of a hill, printed on our Mcor Iris.

 

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