USGIF Opens Registration for the GEOINT 2024 Symposium

USGIF invites you to join us on May 5-8, 2024, at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Conference Center in Kissimmee, Florida

May 2024 may be almost seven months away, but it’s time to start making your travel plans for Orlando, Florida, because registration for USGIF’s GEOINT 2024 Symposium is now open.

USGIF invites you to join us on May 5-8, 2024, at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Conference Center in Kissimmee, Florida, for the GEOINT 2024 Symposium—the premier geospatial intelligence event of the year.

This year’s Symposium theme, Essential in All Dimensions and Domains, delves into the diverse facets of geospatial intelligence, showcasing its essential role in providing decision advantage at the point and time of need in today’s rapidly evolving technological and geopolitical landscape. From space to the deep sea, from cyberspace to urban environments, we will examine how GEOINT is at the forefront of understanding and shaping our world.

GEOINT 2024 Highlights

You can find the GEOINT 2024 Symposium Schedule at a Glance here—we’ll update information as we get closer to May. Don’t forget to sign up for GEOINT Foreword, the pre-conference day happening on Sunday, May 5, and for Training Sessions scheduled over the three main conference days.

Symposium Housing

This year, we have a new process for registering for housing at GEOINT 2024. Only individuals who have registered for the Symposium will be able to reserve a hotel room in our guaranteed hotel room blocks. Once you register, you will receive a confirmation email with a unique, non-transferrable housing link.

Ancillary Events

Are you interested in hosting an event during the symposium? Submit this form to indicate your interest.

Check back for more information on speakers and sessions, and we look forward to seeing you in Florida in May!

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