Features

Sue Kalweit Interview

Christy Monaco, USGIF VP of Programs, recently spoke with Sue Kalweit, former senior associate for culture and leadership excellence at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, to discuss reimagining unclassified work and more.

What To Do in Aurora, Colorado

Coming to GEOINT 2022? If you get a minute to explore the town, here are a few local attractions.

2022 Innovative Tradecraft Competition Finalists

And the winner is…

Swift Support

Volunteers of the Civil Air Patrol gather and analyze geospatial data to assist FEMA.

GEOINT 2021 Innovative Tradecraft Competition Finalists

Amazon Web Services, Edgybees, Guidehouse, and Whitespace set to take the stage Oct. 6 at the GEOINT 2021 Symposium for the final round of this year’s GEOINT Innovative Tradecraft Competition.

25 Years of Showing the Way

NGA Director VADM Robert Sharp reflects on the 25-year history of the agency and the ‘Moonshot’ operational effort to face a future as challenging as our nation’s first journey to the moon

A Growing Field

Commercial GEOINT continues to make impressive strides, propelled by myriad factors: market competition, agile development processes, and unprecedented technological advances

2020 USGIF Scholarship Award Winners

The 2020 scholarship winners demonstrate the multidisciplinary nature of the field of GEOINT

Preview: The Convergence of Commercial Content with AI/ML to Bring Clarity

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.

UAVs in University Research

A massive leap in technology, a decrease in prices and a boon in the availability of open-source platforms to help process the data quickly and cheaply have allowed more widespread adoption of UAV technology.