Koger Remote Sensing is a state-of-the-art remote sensing image analysis and geographic information system company. Owner, David G. Koger, is a Remote Sensing Image Analysis consultant with over 40 years of experience working in the industry and consulting on various remote sensing applications.
An early researcher and developer of Satellite Data Applications, Mr. Koger installed analog and digital image analysis workstations and trained users in defense, major oil, and academia in Panama, Ecuador, Chile, Australia, Germany, France, Italy, Africa and the U.S. His clients include the Department of Energy, National Cancer Institute, American Farm Bureau, broadcast journalism, law firms, and several hundred oil and gas explorationists.
Mr. Koger's experience includes design / build image analysis systems, advisor on the topics of satellite and airborne scanner design and markets, oil / gas and water exploration, coastline erosion, and water quality.
In 2007, Mr. Koger conducted a study to map regional geomorphic features for all of Nebraska. Since that time, ten earthquakes of 3.0 and above on the Richter scale have coincided with features mapped. In his unique line of work, he has studied huge areas around the globe.
Mr. Koger is past Chair of the Geosat Committee, Inc., a non-profit organization which performed pre-competitive, applied research and development to foment applications for new satellite sensors. He served on the Program Committee for the international conferences on Remote Sensing for Exploration Geology and for Precision Agriculture. Mr. Koger also contributed to the report for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Department of Commerce about the next generation of Landsat satellites.
Mr. Koger provides lectures on exploration and global change issues, writes for trade journals, conducts training seminars, and webinars.
Custom Imagery - To support exploration, provide up-to-date maps; land use analysis; high resolution topographic contour, airphoto and topographic map mosaics; to explore hunting leases anywhere on Earth!
Drones - Why you need them; how they work; what they do; how to use them.
Oil and Gas - For intel where there is no data; develop leads, extend old fields and discover new ones; avoid areas with no promise; plan seismic / geochem surveys; track wildlife habitat / changes; document surface damages; find helium, CO2, fresh water.
Year after year, their crops, livestock, equipment, barns, out buildings and fences went up in smoke. With nothing left to sell, they reinvested what money they did have (and borrowed) to replace it all. What they could not do—at any cost—was restore fragile habitats and native grasses, which had been groomed and guarded over for generations.