Analysts at the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency are looking for novel ways to discern valuable intelligence information from the documents and images they routinely scan throughout the day on their computer monitors.
Satellites and unmanned aerial vehicles offered long-range snapshots and full-motion video, respectively, of the compound where Osama bin Laden was hiding in Pakistan.
A new software tool allows analysts to search a variety of media streams more efficiently.
Small teams of analysts are using software to sort through intelligence data and find elusive targets for warfighters.
The Air Force's troubled infrared missile detection satellite can be used to gather intelligence.
Precision Guided Mortar Munitions provide a sevenfold increase in accuracy.
A video system developed by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency offers recorded full-motion video that is stored in a central location but can be accessed via laptops and other electronic devices.
Col. Charles Wells, project manager of the Distributed Common Ground Systems-Army, discusses the role DCGS-A is playing in DOD's first tactical cloud, the initial deployment to Afghanistan and the decision to place DCGS-A hardware in an airborne surveillance platform.