The 2019 Summit will address the challenges of integrating emerging technology and commercial expertise into the government GEOINT
Enterprise. With the exponential growth of technology in recent years in the private sector, Government GEOINT
operations have started to lag. To address this deficiency quickly and efficiently government agencies will need to partner with and utilize the expertise these companies offer in order to develop a GEOINT
Enterprise capable of providing commanders with the information they need on a 21st century battlefield.
Topics to be Covered at the 2019 Summit:
- Advancing Analyst Capabilities through Automation, Augmentation, AI and other Emerging Technologies
- Leveraging Commercial Solutions to Enhance GEOINT Capability and Reduce Cost
- Applying GEOINT to Deliver Kinetic and Non-Kinectic Targeting Solutions to Commanders Worldwide
- Creating Trusted Geospatial Intelligence Partnerships in a Rapidly Evolving World
- Mapping Earth's Polar Regions
- Solving the Big Data Challenge in GEOINT
Why You Should Attend This Year's Summit:
This educational summit allows the Intelligence Community, US military commands, government agencies, academia, and solution providers the opportunity to have an open dialogue regarding the current and future role of commercial imagery providers and open source technology providers in the growing GEOINT
With technology ever evolving and the barriers to space access diminishing, the opportunities available to commercial enterprise in the GEOINT
world will continue to increase. This rise in companies and expertise allows for multiple new options available to meet demand at greater speed and reduced costs. Along with the new access to space, commercial advancements in machine learning and automation are allowing systems to process more imagery and data at faster rates and with more accuracy. More firms are using these advances to create their own open source GEOINT
enterprises that collect large amount of actionable intelligence daily. Combining these new technologies with commercial partnerships will enable a greater understanding of the geospatial world and satisfy growing mission requirements.
The 2019 GEOINT and Open Source Analytics Summit
will feature senior level discussions of the latest efforts by government agencies and organizations to engage with commercial partners to enhance the GEOINT
Enterprise. With these organizations working together on a common goal instead of producing separate solutions GEOINT
technology will be able progress at a faster speed and produce superior intelligence in support of national interests.
2019 Early-Confirmed Speakers Include:
- David Gauthier, Director, Commercial and Business Operations Group, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
- Dawn Meyerriecks, Deputy Director, Science and Technology, CIA
- Peter Muend, Commercial GEOINT Director, NRO
- Chris Rasmussen, Program Manager, Tearline Program, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
- Dr. Lee Schwartz, Geographer, Department of State
- Col Mack Curry II, USAF, Commander, 363rd ISR Group
- LTC (P) Shannon Helberg, USA, Commander, Army GEOINT Battalion
- Vincent Grizio, Program Manager, Mission Support Systems, USSOCOM
- Paul Morin, Director, Polar Geospatial Center, University of Minnesota
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