Looking Back, Looking Forward

Reflecting on the past six months’ journey and previewing what’s to come

Connecting with the Next Generation of STEM Leaders

Corey Carter, a GDIT program manager based in Springfield, Va., has spent the last several months visiting classrooms—virtually and in-person—in St. Louis to talk about his work and about his atypical and inspiring career path in STEM.

The NGA Bets on Relationships to Power its Acquisition Strategy

Seeking expanded agility, collaboration, and innovation, the NGA reimagines its acquisition strategy.

An Inflection Point for the Space Economy

Private-sector innovation and investment will help determine the shape and success of the new space age.

Looking Back, Looking Forward

Reflecting on the past six months’ journey and previewing what’s to come

Connecting with the Next Generation of STEM Leaders

Corey Carter, a GDIT program manager based in Springfield, Va., has spent the last several months visiting classrooms—virtually and in-person—in St. Louis to talk about his work and about his atypical and inspiring career path in STEM.

The NGA Bets on Relationships to Power its Acquisition Strategy

Seeking expanded agility, collaboration, and innovation, the NGA reimagines its acquisition strategy.

An Inflection Point for the Space Economy

Private-sector innovation and investment will help determine the shape and success of the new space age.

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Locate dark ships with space-based RF geolocation

 

The world’s oceans serve as hiding grounds for illicit activity. Vessels smuggling, illegally fishing, ignoring sanctions all with their AIS beacons turned off to avoid detection. Now, you can see through the darkness with space-based RF signal detection and analytics from HawkEye 360.

USGIF Scholarship Winner Profiles

Quinn Heiser, 2021 USGIF Scholarship Winner

A third-year undergraduate student at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Quinn Heiser spoke with us about winning the USGIF scholarship.

Aaron Pacheco, 2021 USGIF Scholarship Winner

After fleeing a wildfire, Aaron Pacheco earned a USGIF Scholarship and is rebuilding his career.

Clare Gaffey, 2021 USGIF Scholarship Winner

With a 2021 USGIF scholarship in hand, Clare Gaffey shares what she hopes it will help her achieve in her future career.

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Delivering the art of the possible.

GDIT is growing in St. Louis and collaborating with technology partners and academia to bring innovation with transformative impact to the region.

FEATURE STORY

Swift Support

By USGIF | February 22, 2022

Volunteers of the Civil Air Patrol gather and analyze geospatial data to assist FEMA.

When disaster strikes, many groups step up to get a handle on the situation. One of the first governmental agencies activated for large disasters is the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). But there are many other organizations that play a part in effectuating a swift response. One of these is Civil Air Patrol (CAP).

TURN DATA INTO A DECISIVE EDGE

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From AI to zero trust, we’re harnessing new tools and technologies to advance national security and help our customers protect citizens, assets, and information. Leidos delivers secure, innovative solutions that outpace today’s adversaries and threats—enabling responsiveness at the speed of mission.

USGIF MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

USGIF Member Spotlight: Textron Systems

Daryl Madden, vice president of geospatial solutions at Textron Systems discusses the company’s role in GEOINT and what the future holds.

Q&A With Nathan Kuntz, CEO, Rendered.ai

Trajectory spoke with Rendered.ai’s CEO about the company’s recent partnership with Orbital Insight to contribute synthetic data for a project that is building automated detection technology for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

Operating at the Nexus of Mission and IT

Q&A with GDIT’s Deb Davis, Vice President and General Manager, Mission Solutions Sector

EVENT RECAP

What GEOINT Can Tell Us About Climate and Food Security

By USGIF | February 18, 2022

The overlapping threats presented by climate change, including instability both internationally and domestically, are a new focal point for federal, nonprofit, and private entities. While technology rapidly advances, bringing about innovative possibilities, the reality remains that these issues require thoughtful, collective action, considering both short-term solutions and long-term sustainability.

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Phase One Releases Camera for Security Market

Phase One’s new iXM-GS120 is the world's first wide area, high-resolution camera, with groundbreaking technology and broad range of focal lengths for airborne ISR and persistent surveillance operations.

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Join our secure, virtual, open R&D ecosystem to utilize commercial remote sensing, cloud technologies, secure DevOps, and advanced tools and services.

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Q&A SERIES

Q&A With Nathan Kuntz, CEO, Rendered.ai

Trajectory spoke with Rendered.ai’s CEO about the company’s recent partnership with Orbital Insight to contribute synthetic data for a project that is building automated detection technology for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES

Geiger-mode Lidar Transitions to Civilian Use

Initially used for military purposes, Geiger-mode lidar has now come onto the commercial market, lowering the cost of geospatial data acquisition

How to Prepare for and Guide Your Organization Through the Next Crisis

Observations from US Federal Agencies’ Responses to COVID-19

Expanding the Utility and Interoperability of Rapidly Generated Terrain Datasets

Reality modeling advancements now allow for the generation of high-resolution 3D models from a variety of sources to rapidly meet modeling and simulation needs

Realizing a Live Intelligence Preparation of the Operational Environment

Intelligence Preparation of the Operational Environment is a mandatory step toward the understanding of an area of interest and the planning of a relevant course of action to support the warfighter

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Satellite-Derived Bathymetry for Remote Reconnaissance

Mobilization of personnel or equipment to survey coastal areas is often logistically challenging or geopolitically undesirable. TCarta offers a Satellite based solution, leveraging machine learning and sensor fusion to accurately and rapidly survey remote, anti-access or sensitive environments.