From left: Gen. Keith Alexander, commander, U.S. Cyber Command, James Clapper, director of National Intelligence, and Letitia Long, director of NGA.

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From Left: Al Tarasiuk, CIO for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, STRATCOM commander Gen. Robert Kehler, and LTG Michael Flynn.

James Clapper, director of National Intelligence, gets a briefing at the Northrop Grumman booth at GEOINT.

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MG Mary Legere, commanding general of Army Intelligence and Security Command, and James Clark, director of ISR innovations for the Air Force, participate in a panel session at GEOINT.

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A busy show floor at GEOINT 2011.

Gen. Douglas Fraser, commander of U.S. Southern Command provides the Tuesday keynote at GEOINT.

The Defense Systems staff at GEOINT. From left to right is account executive Bill Kaprelian, staff writer Terry Costlow, publisher David Smith, sales manager Pam Poggi and editor Barry Rosenberg.

GEOINT Coverage

Integration heightens insight into geospatial imagery

Satellites and unmanned aerial vehicles now carry many types of sensors that give warfighters a beneficial yet dizzying mix of thermal and radar images, in addition to conventional photos. Gleaning information from a stack of similar images isn’t easy, so geospatial intelligence providers are working on new techniques that make it possible to combine them into integrated images.

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Advances in satellite terminals improve their reliability

As very-small-aperture terminals emerge as a major component of the Defense Department's plans to upgrade military networks, varying requirements are altering the focus of teams designing future products.

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