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Contribute as a Subject Matter Expert in GEOINT Course

Posted on October 27, 2020 with 0 comments

NSF funded or volunteer opportunity to contribute as an industry/government Subject Matter Expert (SME) in GEOINT course development

Are you an industry or government GEOINT professional with knowledge and experience in areas of GIS, Remote Sensing, Data Visualization and/or Data Science?

USGIF has partnered with the GeoTech Center under a National Science Foundation award to develop three Open Access courses in Introduction to Geospatial Intelligence, Essentials of Data Visualization and Foundational Data Science. The course modules have been developed and we are now seeking industry and government SMEs to review, edit, and add new, up to date content. This is a paid opportunity but can also represent a volunteer effort (certificate of volunteer hours will be offered by USGIF).

If interested and available, please reach out to Dr. Camelia Kantor at by no later than November 15 (first come first served).

The work must be completed by no later than February 1st, 2021.

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GEOConnect Series Main Stage: Enhance the GEOINT Mission

Posted on October 26, 2020 with 0 comments

Join USGIF and a panel of experts on Wednesday, October 28, from 1-2 pm EDT for the GEOConnect Series Main Stage panel: A Bigger Picture: How Open Source and Dark Web Enhance the GEOINT Mission.

In this session, audience members will interact with geospatial and OSINT experts from National Security, Perspecta, Bluestone Analytics, and Authentic8 on utilizing publicly available information across the open, deep and dark web.

Join this panel discussion to learn more about a holistic approach to capturing geospatial data on the open and dark web.

Registration is open, but space is limited, so sign up now!

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GEOINT Community Forum: AI/ML Registration Open

Posted on October 21, 2020 with 0 comments

Register now for the GEOINT Community Forum: The Convergence of Commercial Content with AI/ML to Provide Clarity on November 16-18!

Over the course of three days, this forum will offer discussions on current challenges and strategic initiatives related to the role of commercial technology and innovation including artificial intelligence, machine learning, automation, augmentation, cognitive computing, computer vision, and commercial data sources in geospatial intelligence.

Through keynote speakers, panel discussions, innovation lightning talks, and exhibitors, we’ll explore the burgeoning and complex relationship between these technologies and the GEOINT tradecraft.

You can check out the agendas for the 16th, 17th, and 18th, find out more about the speakers, and learn how you can sponsor or exhibit.

Don’t miss out on this valuable forum by registering today!

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