Event Recaps

What GEOINT Can Tell Us About Climate and Food Security

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.

Revolutionizing GEOINT Tradecraft Through Analytic Modeling

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

Crossing the Valley of Death: From Prototype to Operations

USGIF’s May 5 GEOConnect Series Main Stage Event dove into overcoming development obstacles from conception to scale

GEOINT Service Day – USAF and USSF

How the U.S. Air Force and Space Force leverage geospatial intelligence within the IC while overcoming technological innovation obstacles

Taking Center Stage in 2021… the User Experience!

Looking forward, the best GEOINT applications will sophisticate and ultimately reimagine UI as “User Indulgence”

Keynote – Amy Peck, Founder and CEO, EndeavorVR

Be innovative and prepare for what will become “reality” in the coming years

Keynote: Dawn Meyerriecks, Deputy Director of CIA for Science and Technology

Modern technology’s escalating rate of change and the many ways in which individuals can interact with spatial information

Beyond COVID-19: Insights for the IC Going Forward

Rather than a retrospective look at the community’s response to the pandemic, this panel projected how the GEOINT community will leverage the technological and cultural revolution to become stronger, smarter, and better—from anywhere

3D – The Future of Foundational Data

Fireside chat with MG Maria Gervais, USA, Army Futures Command and MG Charlie Cleveland, USA, NGA

Immersion and GEOINT: Trends in Virtual and Augmented Reality

VR/AR are for more than games and entertainment—the geospatial intelligence community eyes the technology to improve data gathering and representation