Weather forecasting and GEOINT are naturally intertwined. As the former becomes more sophisticated, humanity stands better poised to predict and harness the power of the latter.
GEOINT Community contributes open data, crowdsourced mapping efforts, and more to Harvey relief
Woolpert to Provide EPA with Geospatial Infrastructure Support; Harris Produces Weather Satellite Instrument for South Korea; Altran and Luciad to Work with Dassault Aviation; Unmanned Underwater Vehicles Market to be Worth $5.2 Billion by 2022; Peer Intel
Fayetteville State University student interns at Oak Ridge National Lab
NGA Releases New Mobile App; Boundless to Support NGA GEOINT Services; New Commercial Satellite Weather Bill Signed; CompassData Partners with Carahsoft
Governments and NGOs today can predict food and water shortages like never before
First Images Released From GOES-16 Now Available; Air Force’s GEO Flight 3 Launches; UltiSat Wins Contract to Support NGA
NOAA’s new advanced weather satellite will scan the hemisphere five times faster and at four times higher resolution than current systems. The first GOES-R satellite launched Nov. 19 and reached geostationary orbit Nov. 29.