The morning program included a keynote and a panel discussion about collaboration between government, industry, and academia to detect and quantify changes and map trends.
Panel highlights how commercial GEOINT contributes to mission success
Kenneth Bray reflects on ongoing and future changes for USAF ISR, and how commercial capabilities will help them achieve their new goals.
Joseph Rouge, Deputy Director of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance, Headquarters, U.S. Space Force, discussed the Space Force’s vital purpose, unique structure, and future promise as it engages with burgeoning ISR activities.
Panelists at USGIF’s GEOINT Service Day: Air Force and Space Force discussed the future of data, resiliency, and digitization in the airborne services.
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.
The evolution of analytic modeling and the expansion of its purpose to capture mission knowledge relating evidence and indicators to answers to key intelligence questions
USGIF’s May 5 GEOConnect Series Main Stage Event dove into overcoming development obstacles from conception to scale
How the U.S. Air Force and Space Force leverage geospatial intelligence within the IC while overcoming technological innovation obstacles