Katie Corcoran: Linking GEOINT and Archeology

Katie Corcoran’s research explores the connection between GIS and anthropology, and how the two fields work in concert to support humanitarian and national security efforts

Watching the Water

From air, sea, and space, geospatial technology is helping nations monitor one of their biggest and most understated threats: the open ocean

W. Gabe Powell: A Decade of Military Experience

W. Gabe Powell is not your typical geospatial sciences student. With more than 10 years experience in the U.S. Army and a first-time teaching job at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point lined up for 2016, Powell has accomplished much.

Mobile MDA

Smartphone apps enable vessel identification and tracking

Fostering Innovation

Tackling the challenge of accelerating innovation

Ball Aerospace: Staying Ahead of the Curve

Ball Aerospace offers capabilities for an integrated GEOINT enterprise

Mapping #Ebola

Twitter data heat map shows timeline of Ebola-related tweets

Expanding Horizons

Fayetteville State University builds geospatial intelligence curriculum

Building More Affordable and Resilient Space Systems

USGIF establishes SmallSat Working Group

Future GEOINT Leaders

Meet the 2014 USGIF Scholarship Winners