The new face of GEOINT is fresh, full of energy, and adept at identifying the industry’s top problems. With a fierce attitude of openness and collaboration, this new guard of startups and entrepreneurs is already at work developing solutions.
The U.S. government and organizations in the industry can no longer work with stove-piped data. Whether we’re dealing with factors such as technology, global geopolitics or military readiness, the future of GEOINT relies on partnerships and interoperability.
Thanks to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s forthcoming campus, Next NGA West, St. Louis is becoming a major hub for GEOINT activity and investment. A panel of local leaders at GEOINT 2021 explained how the city is investing in the human capital that’s neede…
Whoever assumes data analysis to be dry and dull has never met this group. Whether reading maps, normalizing data, or filling in the blanks of AI and ML, these GEOINT professionals find joy and intellectual stimulation in every workday.
Pandemics and adversarial threats have made shoring up the national supply chain an urgent priority. How we get there, according to these GEOINT professionals, involves beefed-up benchmarking, broad data collection, and a merging of that data into one accessible set.