Geospatial intelligence will continue to transform as challenges and threats evolve and the requirements for data change, said a top DOD official in a keynote speech at GEOINT 2011.
Raytheon has developed a military application marketplace and a group of applications that address a number of tasks that simplify the handling of geospatial intelligence data.
Two House members said they’re trying to ensure that budget cuts don’t hurt work to protect U.S. interests.
Collaboration among coalition forces on the battlefield would seem to be a given, but there are still major hurdles preventing critical information sharing, according to international military officials.
Sharing geospatial intelligence data requires a focus on standards, improved processes and safeguards that protect secure data.
The U.S. Southern Command's commander wants to use non-traditional ways to achieve the intelligence capabilities required in South America.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is working to improve the way it operates, shares information and buys systems and capabilities, officials said.
On the opening day of the GEOINT 2011 Symposium, leading military speakers described efforts to employ handheld computing platforms and the small programs that run on them to give users quick access to geospatial imagery.