Automating GEOINT for Warfighters

Harris Corporation to offer GEOINT Automation Tech Talks and more at GEOINT 2019

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Harris Corporation (Booth 423) provides data processing, analytics, and content management solutions that turn data into trusted information for warfighters. At GEOINT 2019, Harris will explore GEOINT automation advancements through machine learning, automated analytics, and cloud-based solutions.

“Based on decades of developing proven technologies that collect, process, and analyze remotely sensed data, Harris’ analytical tools are the most trusted in the GEOINT Community,” said Erik Arvesen, vice president and general manager of Harris Geospatial Solutions.

Harris’ William Rorrer will present a lightning talk on “Quantifying the Use of Synthetic Data for Remotely Sensed Object Detection” Monday from 3:20 to 4:10 p.m. in USGIF’s Innovation Corner (Booth 1943).

And Tuesday from 7 to 9 a.m., join Harris’ Ben Woolf to learn more about “Conflation: Merging Overlapping Map Data” during a training session in Room 301B.

The Harris booth will also feature a series of GEOINT Automation Tech Talks Monday through Wednesday afternoon on machine learning and activity-based intelligence, maritime situational awareness, Geiger-mode LiDAR, and automatic target recognition.

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