Geospatial and Intelligence


Latest GPS IIF satellite makes it into orbit

While delays hold back development of the next-generation GPS III, the Air Force is keeping the current constellation up to date.

JC Clark Thermopylae Sciences & Technology

The Intelligence Community wins with DI2E plugfests

Agencies can take advantage of existing commercial technologies from vendors often working in tandem, Thermopylae's AJ Clark writes.

NRO jumps on open source bandwagon

Spy agencies are paradoxically embracing open source technologies as they seek more security.

DOD set to 'double down' on geospatial intelligence

Speakers at the GEOINT symposium talk about the value, but also the challenges, of "creating coherence out of chaos."

Humans, computers and the quest for Sensing as a Service

At the GEOINT symposium, AFRL’s Steve Rogers talks about the gap between automated systems and true autonomy.

Air Force accelerates development of military GPS receivers

The service has awarded Rockwell Collins another contract modification to speed development of the high-powered, jam-resistant devices.

Device can track soldier movements without GPS

Army researchers are developing a navigation system called WINS that can locate a soldier on a map when GPS signals are unavailable.

Next-generation GPS satellite ready for testing

GPS III is maneuverable, more resistant to jamming and can be upgraded.