They’re visionary, objective, of different backgrounds and most likely working right alongside you: Everything that makes a good mentor was on topic and on display at Monday’s professional panel, “GEOINT Generations in Conversation.”
The U.S. Army plans to deliver actionable geospatial insight to forward-deployed forces as part of its modernization plans.
The Air Force adopts a new approach to capitalize the possibilities of geospatial insight—without drowning in data.
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.
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.
Michael Struttmann, CEO and President of SIMS Software, shares his company’s capabilities and why they joined USGIF.
Nationally, universities’ geospatial and geography programs face limited funding. USGIF-accredited schools have made the Hexagon MOU’s benefits an integral part of their academic programming.
Despite the proliferation of GPS on smartphones and other digital devices, NGA’s partners continue to have a constant demand for digital and printed maps.
An early introduction to GIS combined with computer science provides a strong foundation for a successful future in GEOINT.