Monday – April 25
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.
The Air Force adopts a new approach to capitalize the possibilities of geospatial insight—without drowning in data.
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 U.S. Army plans to deliver actionable geospatial insight to forward-deployed forces as part of its modernization plans.
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.”
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.
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.
During a keynote address Monday at GEOINT 2022, outgoing NGA Director Vice Admiral Robert Sharp illustrated and emphasized the many ways in which GEOINT is “The Foundation of Intelligence.”