Weekly GEOINT Community News

Esri Announces Launch of ArcGIS Field Maps, BAE Systems Secures $94M to Deliver Advanced Technology to the U.S. Navy, Planet Joins The NASA-RFF VALUABLES Consortium, and More 

A Bigger Picture: How Open Source and Dark Web Enhance the GEOINT Mission

An all-star panel explored a holistic approach of capturing geospatial data and using the open and dark web to support the GEOINT mission

Maps for a Vaccine Distribution

GIS mapping capabilities are essential to an equitable and speedy distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine

A National Strategy for Critical and Emerging Technologies

New White House strategy outlines ways to protect the nation’s competitive edge in world-changing emerging technologies

Open-Source Intelligence

Q&A with Authenic8’s Federal program Manager, Thom Kaye

Using Cutting-Edge Technology for Precision Agriculture

Technological advances in remote sensing for both satellites and UAVs have made them crucial tools in agricultural markets to boost productivity and profitability

Weekly GEOINT Community News

Intelligence Community Releases Artificial Intelligence Principles and Framework, ArcGIS Experience Builder Developer Edition 1.1 Now Available, Ball Aerospace Selected by Defense Innovation Unit to Develop Prototype Antenna for U.S. Navy Ships, and More

Weekly GEOINT Community News

Northrop Grumman Launches Minotaur IV Rocket Carrying Satellite for NRO, MindfuL Technology to Provide Transparency and Build User Trust in ML Systems, Carahsoft and Chainkit Deliver Military Grade Cyber Security, Forensics and Compliance to Public Sector, and More

Weekly GEOINT Community News

Requested Features Now Available in Esri’s Map Viewer Beta, Accenture and AT&T Bring Mobile Connectivity to Phillips 66 with Private Cellular Network, NOAA Selects Woolpert for $40M Shoreline Mapping Support Services Contract, and More

A Path to Becoming the Global GEOINT Hub

The GeoFutures Initiative, organized to bolster St Louis’ rapidly growing geospatial sector, released a strategic plan detailing how St. Louis could turn into the geospatial global hub over the next 10 years