Private-sector innovation and investment will help determine the shape and success of the new space age.
One silver lining of the COVID-19 pandemic was a massive uptick in entrepreneurship. During a Wednesday afternoon panel in the Young Professionals Hub, a group of entrepreneurial experts discussed what it takes to succeed in the start-up world in 2022.
The U.S. Space Force recently became the 18th member of the U.S. Intelligence Community. During a Wednesday keynote at GEOINT 2022, Deputy Chief of Space Operations for Operations, Cyber, and Nuclear Lt. Gen. G. Chance Saltzman explained why the Space Force is not just a new IC member, but also a vital one.
From remote-work options to career development initiatives to family-friendly cultures: GEOINT companies have enacted seismic shifts in their approaches to their people—and it’s the youngest generation of IC professionals who stand to benefit the most.
Maps have gone from being static, analog, and unidirectional to being dynamic, digital, and interactive. Mapping experts explained their evolution during a panel discussion Tuesday morning at GEOINT 2022.
The National Counterterrorism Center’s leader leans into collaboration and information sharing as the country’s national security focuses shifts to Russia and China.
Keeping up with today’s technological and adversarial advancements is one of the geospatial intelligence community’s biggest obstacles. Panelists discussed how user experience can help.
U.S. Cyber Command believes cyberdefense efforts have hit an inflection point and warns GEOINT companies they will be targeted.
Because it’s front and center at GEOINT 2022, diversity, equity, and inclusion is front and center across the GEOINT Community, speakers said during a Tuesday afternoon panel in the Young Professionals Hub.
Scaled-up software, streamlined capabilities, inter-operable platforms, and community-wide fusion are the new “how’s” behind Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Stacey Dixon’s refreshed IC agenda.