The Army is receiving vital intelligence from tethered aerostats with reconfigurable sensor payloads that can stay aloft for weeks or months.
As networking makes all types of data readily available to warfighters, technical planners are continuing to enhance techniques to make sure warfighters can find the files they need.
The Army Geospatial Center is helping DOD improve stewardship of geospatial products, says Joseph Fontanella, the center's director.
New satellite photos from GeoEye provide a detailed view of now-fugitive Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's Tripoli compound.
Commercial satellite communications will continue to play a vital role in day-to-day communications and contingency operations even when next-generation space systems are deployed.
Barry Barlow talks about the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency's acquisition strategy and finding technology enablers to get real-time geospatial intelligence into people's hands.
Light detection and ranging technologies are yielding data flows that are orders-of-magnitude quicker, more accurate and clearer than traditional geospatial mapping tools.
The Army has launched its next-generation tracking system, Force XXI Battle Command Brigade-and-Below/Blue Force Tracking, in the field.