The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) no longer intends to admire the potential of commercial small satellites, and is moving forward with plans to harness the next generation of commercial remote sensing.
Approximately 150 people attended the first USGIF GEOINTeraction Tuesday hosted by a USGIF Organizational Member. Held at VRICON’s office, the event kicked off with a ribbon cutting, marking the opening of the company’s new headquarters.
The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) gathered members of the GEOINT Community Oct. 5-7 to discuss new opportunities and professional development activities within the Community.
When remote sensing, GIS, and data science intersect they create the emerging field of geospatial analytics, which is being applied rapidly across many diverse industries.