NGA’s ninth deputy director pulls from her own experience as an underrepresented, math-and-science-loving kid to make sure other Black children receive the same opportunities she did.
With commercial SAR, climate scientists and intelligence experts will be able to measure changes in activity every few minutes, rather than every couple of days.
G-E-O-I-N-T are the new call letters in radio frequency, as these two “old” modalities join forces to become the intelligence community’s new “it” couple.
Understanding and communicating mission outcomes is the secret sauce for teamwork and collaboration in the IC, according to leaders from the Aerospace Data Facility-Colorado.
American adversaries are embracing digital transformation in pursuit of powerful new capabilities. In order to maintain its competitive advantage, the United States must do the same, says Central Intelligence Agency Deputy Director for Digital Innovation Jennifer Ewbank.
Scientists have made great strides toward understanding the causes and effects of climate change, but there’s still much left to learn. GEOINT can be the ultimate teacher, an expert panel said at GEOINT Foreword.
At a time when artificial intelligence is advancing, the GEOINT community is scrambling to suss out the “why’s” and “how’s” of layering human intelligence into the equation.
The United States is facing increased competition from China and others. Maintaining its edge demands a commitment to cutting-edge R&D, says Dr. John Beieler, director of science and technology at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
There must be a new way of thinking about artificial intelligence and information processing. GEOINT must move beyond maps and imagery.
In response to increasing threats and deluges of data, NGA sets its sights on talent in double-edged strategy that builds up its own professional base while opening its doors to non-traditional commercial and consumer users.