22 Oct 2010
Welcome to the highly lauded Friday’s Food for Thought post from got geoint? It’s hard to believe but we are 10 days away from GEOINT 2010. As such, we wanted to take a moment to share what exactly is going on from an exhibitor perspective. Once again, the exhibitor floor (100,000 square feet to be precise) will be packed with innovations that are pushing the GEOINT envelope to what we are calling “GEOINT 3.0.” Yes, the technology development is moving soo quickly that we are now in the 3.0 era of geospatial intelligence. Here’s a sneak peak of exhibitor news. We hope you will carve out time to check “what’s going on” on the exhibitor floor at GEOINT 2010.
NJVC Announces GEOINT 2010 Symposium Line Up
NJVC, one of the largest information technology solutions (IT) providers supporting the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), announces its line up for GEOINT 2010 Symposium, Nov. 1 -4, at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, New Orleans. Visit the NJVC booth (#375) on the tradeshow floor to meet top industry experts to learn about NJVC’s extensive and proven portfolio of IT services geared for the DoD and the intelligence community—particularly geospatial organizations. NJVC’s thought-provoking demonstrations include: Cloud Computing, Cyber Security Dashboard, Deployable Printing System and Unified Communications. Read the full press release here.
Visit BAE Systems at GEOINT 2010
BAE Systems will be previewing SOCET GXP® v3.2 software updates, which include a re-imagined video dashboard and new video editor; up to 3x performance improvement for RSET generation; easy-to-use Frame import process; and enhanced visualization capabilities including Height Measurement tool, Grid Reference graphic, and Simple Building tool for 3-D visualization. GXP Xplorer is a new BAE Systems enterprise data management system with federated search and collaboration capabilities. Users can quickly locate, analyze, and share images, terrain, features, videos, and document files from multiple data sources. Visit BAE in booth 323 to learn more.
Making the Most of LiDAR and Other Digital Elevation Data with 3D GeoPDF
TerraGo Technologies, provider of geospatial collaboration software solutions and the inventor of geospatial PDF, will once again bring its Innovation Lab to the GEOINT Symposium. On October 26 at 11am ET, we will conduct a preview webcast, giving you a sneak peek at just one of the innovations you’ll see at our Innovation Lab: 3D GeoPDF maps and imagery. Whether you are an advanced user or new to geospatial PDF, this webcast will offer insight on how 3D GeoPDF solutions can help your organization better leverage its geospatial assets and meet program requirements involving geospatial technology. Read more here.
Twister Data Framework at GEOINT 2010
SMSi will be demonstrating Twister Data Framework at GEOINT in New Orleans, November 1-4, 2010. Please be sure to stop by their Booth #160. Read more here.
DLT Solutions at GEOINT 2010
DLT Solutions will be hosting a number of key players in the GEOINT sector such as Google, GeoEye, Tele Atlas, SAIC GeoRover and more. Be sure to check out their demos and other information available to learn more about the Geospatial solutions and services that these companies provide. Read more here.
What’s Really Going On?
Stay tuned to learn more about “what’s going on” with exhibitors at GEOINT 2010. In the meantime, let’s enjoy the legendary Marvin Gaye tell us what’s really going on. We hope you enjoy.
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