Month: November 2020
Northrop Grumman Completes Preliminary Design Review for NASA’s Gateway Crew Module, Parsons Accelerates Denver’s Intelligent Transportation Transformation, Perspecta Labs Awarded $13M to Continue Development of RF Communications Solution for the U.S. Army, and More
Esri Announces Launch of ArcGIS Field Maps, BAE Systems Secures $94M to Deliver Advanced Technology to the U.S. Navy, Planet Joins The NASA-RFF VALUABLES Consortium, and More
The 2020 scholarship winners demonstrate the multidisciplinary nature of the field of GEOINT
Black Cape’s Abe Usher and percipient.ai’s Balan Ayyar provide an overview on current trends in AI/ML ahead of USGIF’s Geospatial Community Forum Nov. 16–18.
Facilitating connections, hosting virtual events, and providing a forum for discussions is how USGIF grows the community. We hope you enjoy the videos and podcast interviews featured in this digital edition of trajectory. It’s our way to connect the community to you, wherever you are.
Observations from US Federal Agencies’ Responses to COVID-19
Beth Wiberg, the 2020 recipient of the RGi Scholarship, explains the importance of networking
USGIF scholarship recipient Samantha Hubner integrates her passions in deciphering longitudinal disinformation patterns while honing and applying technical skills in GIS to create visualizations of how that disinformation is spread
An all-star panel explored a holistic approach of capturing geospatial data and using the open and dark web to support the GEOINT mission