Tuesday - April 26
A New Era for American Counterterrorism
The National Counterterrorism Center’s leader leans into collaboration and information sharing as the country’s national security focuses shifts to Russia and China.
A Turning Point for Cybersecurity
U.S. Cyber Command believes cyberdefense efforts have hit an inflection point and warns GEOINT companies they will be targeted.
Integrating the INTs
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.
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.
Focus on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
With the threats faced by the nation, we can’t afford to have anyone sitting at the table quiet. We need to hear from everyone now, we need every perspective, every insight, as soon as possible.
All Data Types, Unified In a Collaborative Environment
The Tanzle Platform uses distributed systems architecture and microservices framework enabling the creation of high-performance data management solutions. Our approach interacts with multiple streams of data (structured and unstructured) for use, analysis and visualization in zero trust environments.
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.
The Role of User Experience in GEOINT
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.
Climate Change and the Future of Work
On Monday afternoon, at the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation’s annual GEOINT 2022 Symposium, a group of esteemed panelists gathered at the YPG Hub to discuss community climate impact and the future of work. Moderator Anusuya Datta, technology and innovation editor at Geospatial World, opened the session by asking Sue Pollmann, west executive at the…
The Making of a Mentor
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.”
FUELING INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR FUTURE
As an independent, not-for-profit R&D company, Riverside Research has over 50 years of experience leading innovation and transitioning powerful new technologies into practice to enrich our customers, the field of GEOINT, and other research areas.
U.S. Air Force: Converting Data to Actionable Insight
The Air Force adopts a new approach to capitalize the possibilities of geospatial insight—without drowning in data.
The Army’s Force of the Future
The U.S. Army plans to deliver actionable geospatial insight to forward-deployed forces as part of its modernization plans.
Opening Up the NRO
During a 30-minute presentation, Pete Muend, director of NRO’s Commercial Systems Program Office, showcased intelligence products made possible by commercial imagery and shared NRO’s biggest challenges.
Oracle Cloud for the defense and intelligence community
Oracle Cloud redefines how the DOD and intelligence community deliver and act upon timely, data-driven, multi-domain intelligence from the enterprise to the tactical edge. With Oracle, national security systems benefit from higher performance, lower cost, and easier migration.
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UPCOMING GEOINT SYMPOSIA DATES AND LOCATIONS
America’s Center Convention Complex, St. Louis, MO
Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center, Orlando, FL
America’s Center Convention Complex, St. Louis, MO
Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center, Aurora, CO
April 24, 7–9 PM
GEOINT 2022 Welcome Celebration, Sponsored by AWSJoin us for the Symposium kickoff event in the Grand Lodge
April 25, 4–5 PM
Monday Exhibit Hall Reception
April 25, 5–7 PM
Esri Reception, Adams Ballroom
April 26, 4–5 PM
Tuesday Exhibit Hall Reception, Sponsored by Freedom Consulting
April 26, 5–7 PM
Young Professionals Networking Reception, Sponsored by AdobeJuniper Ballroom C and the Juniper Ballroom Patio
GEOINT 2022 GENERAL INFO AND RESOURCES
We're excited to see you at the GEOINT 2022 Symposium! As you finalize your travel plans, please make note of the following information and resources. Also, be sure to check the latest weather forecast for Aurora, Colorado, before you pack – temperatures can vary widely this time of year.
HOTELS AND SHUTTLES
- The Red Line Shuttle Route services the DoubleTree, Holiday Inn, Tru by Hilton, and Courtyard Airport Hotel.
- The Blue Line Shuttle Route services Hyatt Place and AVID Hotel.
ENTRANCE AND REGISTRATION
- COVID-19 vaccination administered more than two weeks prior to first day of attendance OR
- A negative test result within 48 hours prior to attending event
Breakfast will be served in the Colorado Ballroom Foyer for full-registration attendees from 8–9 AM. Lunch will be served in the Exhibit Hall. The Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center has many evening dining options.