Technology Enabling the Geospatial Community
GDIT is committed to building the art of the possible in the geospatial community in St. Louis. Our cutting-edge technologies allow us to meet our customer’s needs at the speed of the mission.
The Nexus of Mission and Technology
Our Deepsky proving ground allows teams to collaborate and develop prototypes and solutions with technology, industry and university partners. GDIT uses the environment to develop new software capabilities and solutions in high-performance computing, cloud, and AI/ML to support the geospatial mission. This culture of innovation allow us to improve operations on a daily basis.
Collaboration Driving Innovation
GDIT is committed to supporting the St. Louis community, forming partnerships with local organizations including large companies, startups, emerging firms and academic institutions, to cultivate the geospatial innovators of tomorrow and build a talent pipeline. These community partnerships include the Little Bit Foundation; Gateway Global American Youth and Business Alliance Academies, Inc.; LaunchCode and Rung for Women; Washington University in St. Louis; St. Louis Community College and their Emerson STEM Academy; Harris-Stowe State University; and Saint Louis University.
What we do.
We push AI further, expanding human capacity to make better decisions and implement smarter actions, faster. GDIT AI makes what was once impossible, possible.
GDIT delivers clarity. From strategy to security, migration to maintenance, we ensure cloud is a solution, not a complication.
GDIT builds high-performance computing (HPC) solutions with the speed, storage and computing power required to solve complex problems.