The evolution of analytic modeling and the expansion of its purpose to capture mission knowledge relating evidence and indicators to answers to key intelligence questions
USGIF’s GEOConnect Series Main Stage event May 19, “Revolutionizing GEOINT Tradecraft Through Analytic Modeling,” covered the evolution of analytic modeling and the expansion of its purpose to capture mission knowledge relating evidence and indicators to answers to key intelligence questions. Three acclaimed panelists discussed the reimagination of analytic modeling applications and how they enable human-to-machine teaming across the geospatial intelligence community in response to technological advancements of U.S. competitors.
Moderator: Ronda Schrenk, CEO, USGIF
- Patrick Biltgen, Booz Allen Hamilton
- Rena Elliot, Analytic Modeling Lead, NGA
- John Googasian, Chief Operating Officer, Geospark Analytics
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