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Global Remote Sensing Technology Market 2020: Leading Players, Industry Updates, Future Growth, Business Prospects, Forthcoming Developments and Future Investments by Forecast to 2026|Covid-19 Impact

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Oct 01, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
GlobalRemote Sensing Technology Market” Market study report covers the global and regional market with an in-depth analysis of the overall growth prospects in the market. Furthermore, it gives the comprehensive competitive landscape of the global market. The report further offers a dashboard overview of leading companies encompassing their successful marketing strategies, market contribution, recent developments in both historic and present contexts.

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The remote sensing technology can be defined as characteristics of objects which can be identified, measured or analyzed without direct contact. Contribution of military forces in remote sensing technology includes infrared photography, thermal imagery, radar scanning, and satellites. The first type of technology, makes use of light in the infrared portion of electromagnetic spectrum. The infrared

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Global prospects dim for China’s tech champions as great powers clash

SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) – Huawei Technologies’ founder Ren Zhengfei’s global ambitions are marked in bricks and mortar at a new company campus in southern China, where the buildings are replicas from European cities.

Zhang Yiming, founder of ByteDance, the operator of short video app TikTok, has plastered his Beijing headquarters with posters including a cover of former Google CEO Eric Schmidt’s book “How Google Works”, and has long said he will build a global firm that can compete with U.S. tech giants.  

But the two companies which best exemplify China’s ambitions to challenge U.S. tech dominance are now stymied by strains in relations between China and countries including the United States, India, Australia and Britain.

Chinese companies with world-beating technology — including drone-maker DJI, artificial intelligence firms Megvii, SenseTime and iFlytek <002230.SZ>, surveillance camera vendor Hikvision <002415.SZ> and e-commerce conglomerate Alibaba Group <BABA.N> — are also among those losing access to

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