Features

Polar GEOINT

U.S. national security interests in the Arctic heighten as ice melt transitions the region from a state of isolation to one of increasing access

The Changing Nature of GIS

With geospatial information becoming more and more ubiquitous, what is the future of GIS as a term—and as a profession?

An Open Frontier

Embracing an open community approach will enable a new generation of GEOINT

Is Open-Source Software Secure?

Visibility of code compels good security hygiene

Open Source in the Intelligence Community

Being smarter, faster, and more agile is how you maintain your global advantage

A Promising Future for the GEOINT Profession

USGIF awards highest annual scholarship amount to date to 28 exceptionally qualified students

Eyes Wide Open

Thanks to the Five Eyes intelligence alliance among the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the U.K., GEOINT is a truly global affair

GEOINT Law & Policy: A Poorly Mapped Frontier

As technology advances, legislatures and courts lag behind

Connected Crisis

In the U.S., 2017 was a landmark year for natural disasters—and a data-driven turning point for domestic crisis mapping

The State of AI

Experts at SXSW 2018 discuss upcoming hurdles for AI as well as the looming singularity, machine ethics, and the future of work