Amazon Web Services, Edgybees, Guidehouse, and Whitespace set to take the stage Oct. 6 at the GEOINT 2021 Symposium for the final round of this year’s GEOINT Innovative Tradecraft Competition.
Over the past few decades, the availability of commercial satellite images has dramatically changed how academics and other nongovernmental analysts study the spread of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles.
USGIF 2014 scholarship winner Amanda Ziemann discusses her transition from RIT into the GEOINT workforce
A massive leap in technology, a decrease in prices and a boon in the availability of open-source platforms to help process the data quickly and cheaply have allowed more widespread adoption of UAV technology.
Technological advances in remote sensing for both satellites and UAVs have made them crucial tools in agricultural markets to boost productivity and profitability
The combination of EO satellite data with open-source tools for managing and leveraging that data are leading to more and more countries using EO satellite data support policy-making
Harnessing the full potential of deep neural networks for image interpretation and analysis
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