GEOINT

Meeting operational requirements for persistent refresh through multisource imagery

Satellite imagery provides the foundation for indispensable geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) when monitoring activity on Earth, especially within denied-access areas. With recent high-resolution satellite imagery, defense and intelligence analysts can identify the current posture of equipment and facilities at critical locations like airbases, ports, conflict zones, nuclear facilities and border crossings….

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Reflections on GEOINT 2017: An Explosion of Data Sources

Today, more data is being generated than at any previous point in history. In the short time it will take you to read this post (provided your reading speed is the relatively average 250 words per minute), nearly 10 petabytes* of data will be created worldwide. *At the estimated rate…

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Reflections on GEOINT 2017: Previously a Dream, the Future of Anticipatory Intelligence is Now

Automation and machine learning become more sophisticated on a daily basis. Pervasive sensors, collaborative mapping and crowdsourcing are creating new global datasets. How can we leverage all this data to anticipate where and when events will happen to save lives, resources and time? This was the question U.S. defense and…

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Delivering geospatial intelligence to entire organizations through the SecureWatch subscription service

Defense and intelligence organizations need access to authoritative geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) to make decisions and act with confidence. Satellite imagery is foundational to GEOINT because it enables analysts to understand and model the locations and characteristics of land, facilities and equipment. But historically, organizations have been challenged to deliver satellite…

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