Geospatial and Intelligence


Low-cost nanosatellites, small launchers would assist ground troops

The Army is making steady progress on its plans to demonstrate the usefulness of nanosatellites and low-cost mobile launchers to provide direct support to deployed forces.

Army selects SAIC to support geospatial enterprise services

The Army Geospatial Center has awarded Science Applications International Corp. an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract potentially worth up to $200 million over five years to support geospatial enterprise services.

DARPA looking for a few good imagers

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has put out a call seeking imagery researchers in the areas of visual and geospatial data analysis.

GEOINT foundation accepting nominations for excellence awards

The U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation is accepting nominations for its annual awards program.

DigitalGlobe, GeoEye ink merger agreement

DigitalGlobe and GeoEye have signed a $900 million merger agreement.

What's the answer to better geospatial intelligence?

The military has grown so good at collecting data that it risks suffocating in its own success.

GeoEye shares drop with latest Enhanced View twist

Earlier this week, GeoEye shares fell 22 percent because the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) said it wasn't guaranteeing $119 million in earth-imaging contracts extending through August 2013.

Air Force SBIRS GEO-1 satellite on track for certification

The Air Force's Space Based Infrared System geosynchronous satellite is on schedule to achieve operational certification later in 2012.