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.
Christy Monaco, USGIF VP of Programs, recently spoke with Sue Kalweit, former senior associate for culture and leadership excellence at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, to discuss reimagining unclassified work and more.
The paper is the result of a review of the current state of systems and missions by several USGIF working groups, in an unprecedented cross-working group collaboration.
Coming to GEOINT 2022? If you get a minute to explore the town, here are a few local attractions.
Daryl Madden, vice president of geospatial solutions at Textron Systems discusses the company’s role in GEOINT and what the future holds.
Trajectory spoke with Rendered.ai’s CEO about the company’s recent partnership with Orbital Insight to contribute synthetic data for a project that is building automated detection technology for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency