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MAY 15-18 ORLANDO
EVENT GUIDE & EXHIBITOR DIRECTORY
The Integrated
Information Age
Forging a path to Activity Based Intelligence
We're providing the next generation of
automated data integration and change
detection solutions, preparing you for an
increasingly complex and dynamic world.
Learn more at BOOTH #703
leidos.com/GEOINT2016
CONTENTS
TA B L E O F C O N T EN T S
ADVERTISER INDEX
GEOINT 2016 Sponsors����������������������������������������������� 3
AECOM����������������������������������������������������������������������� 52
Must Know and Where To Go��������������������������������������� 5
Analytical Graphics Inc����������������������������������������������� 55
Convention Center Map ����������������������������������������������� 6
BAE Systems����������������������������������������������������������������� 4
GEOINT 2016 Agenda ������������������������������������������������� 8
Ball Aerospace ������������������������������������������������������������� 2
Sunday, May 15 ������������������������������������������������������� 12
CACI ��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 59
Monday, May 16������������������������������������������������������� 13
Carahsoft��������������������������������������������������������������������� 63
Tuesday, May 17������������������������������������������������������� 15
Dell ����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 68
Wednesday, May 18������������������������������������������������� 17
DigitalGlobe����������������������������������������������������������������� 71
Training & Education Sessions ����������������������������������� 20
Digital Reasoning ������������������������������������������������������� 69
Networking Events ����������������������������������������������������� 24
Esri������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 72
Speaker Biographies��������������������������������������������������� 26
General Dynamics������������������������������������������������������� 74
USGIF Awards Program Winners ������������������������������� 39
Harris��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 76
USGIF Scholarship Winners��������������������������������������� 42
Hewlett Packard Enterprise����������������������������������������� 77
Exhibitor Floor Plan����������������������������������������������������� 46
IBM ����������������������������������������������������������������������������� 78
Exhibitor Index ����������������������������������������������������������� 48
InTec ��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 81
Exhibitor Profiles��������������������������������������������������������� 53
Intergraph Government Solutions������������������������������� 10
Media Sponsors ������������������������������������������������������� 108
KEYW ������������������������������������������������������������������������� 19
About USGIF������������������������������������������������������������� 111
LAND INFO Worldwide Mapping��������������������������������� 82
USGIF Board of Directors����������������������������������������� 118
Leidos������������������������������������������������Inside Front Cover
Thank You from the USGIF Staff������������������������������� 127
Lockheed Martin��������������������������������������������������������� 84
NJVC��������������������������������������������������������������������������� 88
Northrop Grumman����������������������������������������������������� 89
OGSystems��������������������������������������������������������������� 107
SGI������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 98
Solvarus����������������������������������������������������������������������� 98
TASC������������������������������������������������������������������������� 102
Textron Systems������������������������������������������������������� 110
Vencore��������������������������������������������������������������������� 104
VRICON��������������������������������������������������������������������� 105
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THANK YOU TO THE GEOINT 2016 SPONSORS
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We’re at the forefront of
the GEOINT revolution.
From exquisite sensors and commercial
GEOINT platforms to analysis as a service
and foundation GEOINT production.
Visit us at booth #1128 to get the solution
you need for any phase of the geospatial
lifecycle. For every badge scanned, we will
donate $5 to Building Homes for Heroes
which gifts mortgage-free homes to those
who have selflessly served our country.
www.baesystems.com/GEOINT2016
MUST KNOW AND WHERE TO GO
REGISTRATION HOURS
BUSINESS SERVICES
Saturday ������������������������������������������������������������������ 6:00-8:00p
Sunday �������������������������������������������������������������������� 6:30-7:00p
Monday�������������������������������������������������������������������� 6:00-5:30p
Tuesday�������������������������������������������������������������������� 6:00-5:30p
Wednesday�������������������������������������������������������������� 6:00-4:00p
FedEx Office Business Center, located near the escalators
to the convention center
Offering all services including shipping, large and small print
and copying, faxing, and inbound/outbound shipping.
Contact 407-586-2599.
EXHIBIT HALL HOURS
EMERGENCY/FIRST AID
Monday������������������������������������������������������������������ 10:00-5:00p
Tuesday������������������������������������������������������������������ 10:00-5:00p
Wednesday������������������������������������������������������������ 10:00-3:00p
In case of emergency, please pick up any house phone and
EXHIBIT HALL NETWORKING RECEPTIONS
LOST & FOUND
Monday�������������������������������������������������������������������� 4:00-5:00p
Tuesday�������������������������������������������������������������������� 4:00-5:00p
Please bring found articles to the USGIF Show Management
dial 911 and contact USGIF Show Management Office in
Booth #124.
Office located in Booth #124. At the end of the show,
all unclaimed articles will be forwarded to the Gaylord
MEALS & BREAKS
Palms security.
Continental breakfast is available to attendees with Full
Symposium badges outside Osceola Ballroom CD.
SHOW POLICIES
Monday - Wednesday��������������������������������� Beginning at 7:00a
Badges & Attendance
Symposium lunch is available to attendees with Full Symposium
badges and exhibitors.
GEOINT badges are non-transferable. Badges must be worn
and visible at ALL Symposium-related activities. One-Day
Exhibit Only Pass holders may upgrade to a Full Symposium
Lunch will be served Monday-Wednesday in the exhibit hall.
Pass to attend Symposium sessions by paying the difference
Monday - Tuesday�������������������������������������������������� 12:30-2:00p
Wednesday������������������������������������������������������������ 12:00-1:30p
in the rate on the date of change. Badges may not be shared.
PRESS ROOM
Attendees are welcome to wear business casual attire
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All members of the press not registered in advance must
report directly to the press room to complete their on-site
registration before proceeding to the registration counter.
throughout the event, to include the general sessions, trainings,
Sunday - Tuesday���������������������������������������������������� 7:00-6:00p
Wednesday�������������������������������������������������������������� 7:00-5:00p
Cellular Phones
Dress Code
and the exhibit hall. Military officers and enlisted personnel are
encouraged to wear their uniform of the day. Casual attire is
recommended for the Welcome and Closing Celebrations.
As a courtesy to all speakers and your fellow attendees,
please place all mobile devices in silent mode during all
GEOINT 2016 WELCOME CELEBRATION
Symposium sessions. In addition, all cell phones must be
Emerald Plaza, Gaylord Palms
answered outside of the meeting rooms.
Sunday �������������������������������������������������������������������� 7:00-9:00p
Solicitation Policy
Solicitation of any kind is prohibited at the GEOINT 2016
Symposium. By registering to attend, you acknowledge this
policy and agree that you will not advertise, represent or
distribute literature for products or services to our exhibitors,
GEOINT 2016 CLOSING CELEBRATION
attendees or staff without the express written approval of
Coquina Lawn, Gaylord Palms
USGIF. Any attendee that violates this policy will forfeit their
Wednesday�������������������������������������������������������������� 6:00-8:00p
registration credentials.
ATM MACHINES
WIFI ACCESS
ATMs are located in the Registration Lobby and Market
Square in the Gaylord Palms Resort.
Network: GEOINT2016
Password: TSGSRemoteView
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GAY LORD PA L MS R ESO RT MAP
Conv. Ctr.
Elevator
Convention Center
UP
DOWN
Coquina 1
Coquina 2
Convention
Center Entrance
(To Ballroom Level)
(To Exhibit Level)
Coquina 3
Closing Reception
Coquina Lawn
Convention
Center Bus Loop
Wreckers
Elevator
Bridge
Caribe & Disney Springs
Only) Bus Pick-Up/Drop-Off
South Beach Pool (Adults
Shuttle
Wreckers
Wreckers
Sports
SportsBar
Bar
MOOR
SandBar
Boardrooms
Market
Square
(Level 4)
Palm Beach Meeting Room
Key West
Entrance
(Lower Level)
KEY WEST
Key West
Elevator
The Cocoa
Bean
Orange Blossom
Coffee House
Ballroom
Emerald Bay
Elevator B
Relâche
Fitness Center
(Lower Level)
Emerald Plaza
Villa de Flora
Key West
Guest Parking
Emerald Bay
Marketplace
Emerald Bay
Elevator A
Family Fun
Water Park
Meeting Rooms
Emerald
Meeting
Rooms
Fountain
of Youth
Mediterranean Buffet
Cypress
Springs
112 - 114
St. George Street
Meeting Rooms
Honeybells
Frozen Yogurt
Pool
Entrance
Welcome Celebration
(Lower Level)
Wedding Pavilion
St. Augustine
Elevator B
ll’s
sse
Gla nding
La
St. George Street
Meeting Rooms
ST. AUGUSTIN E
Gator
Springs
Castillo de San Marcos
(Fort)
Old Hickory
Steakhouse Bar
Concierge
Attractions Shuttles
Bus Pick-Up
Transportation
Lobby
Front Desk
(Lower Level)
E VERGL ADES
(To Lower Level)
SORA
The
Arcade
Old Hickory
Steakhouse
St. Augustine
Elevator A
Registration
Lobby
Everglades
Guest
Parking
Everglades
Elevator
Relâche Spa
Bell Stand
Everglades
Entrance
Allder Golf
Pick-Up/Drop-Off
(Mezzanine Level)
Porte-cochere
Wireless internet access available in all guestrooms and hotel atrium areas.
HOW TO FIND YOUR ROOM
X 345
Elevators
Restrooms
Meeting Rooms
Bus
Fitness Center
ATM
Phones
Registration
Taxi
Pool
Restaurants
Information
Guest Laundry
Car Rental
Smoking Area*
DIRECTIONS TO...
HEMINGWAY and
SANCHEZ BOARDROOMS:
Cocktails / Bar
Coffee Shop
Frozen Yogurt
Bell Stand
EMERALD MEETING ROOMS:
Shopping:
FLOOR
ROOM #
Level 4, via Emerald Bay Elevator B
Lower Level, via Emerald Bay Elevator A
1. Mallory Square
3. Emerald Bay Emporium
5. Brighton Collectibles
2. Island Paradise
4. PGA Tour Shop
6. Alligator Alley
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*Gaylord Palms is a
smoke-free environment.
Outdoor smoking areas are available.
7. Relâche Spa Boutique
Meeting Rooms
Press Room
BALLROOM LEVEL
(Level 2)
Training Sessions
Registration
USGIF Working
Group Meetings
GEOINT Foreword &
General Sessions
BRIDGE TO HOTEL
MEZZANINE LEVEL
(Level 1)
BRIDGE TO HOTEL ON THIS LEVEL
Exhibit Hall, Lunch, &
Government Pavilion Stage
Exhibit Hall Sponsor
EXHIBIT LEVEL
(Lower Level)
CONVENTION CENTER PARKING
Caribe & Disney Springs
Shuttle Bus Pick-Up/Drop-Off
Convention Center Bus Loop
ADDITIONAL HOTEL-SIDE MEETING ROOMS:
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AGENDA
SUNDAY, MAY 15
8:00-2:00p Allder Golf Classic (Celebration Golf Club, Celebration, FL)
GEOINT Foreword (Osceola Ballroom CD)
8:30-8:35a Welcome - Dr. Darryl Murdock, Vice President of Professional Development, USGIF
8:35-8:45a Master of Ceremonies - Dr. Chris Tucker, USGIF Board of Directors
8:45-9:15a Keynote - Phil Gilbert, General Manager, IBM Design
9:15-9:22a Lightning Talk - “Augmenting Physical and Virtual Realities”
9:22-10:12a Presentation - Los Alamos National Laboratory
10:12-10:19a Lightning Talk - “An Activity Based Intelligence Approach to Space Situational Awareness”
10:19-11:09a Presentation - Sandia National Laboratories
11:09-12:35p Lunch Break & Lightning Talks
11:45-11:52a Lightning Talk - “Enabling Cloud-based Augmented Reality Networks”
11:52-11:59a Lightning Talk - “Metadata Matters: Preserving Metadata May Be As Valuable As Preserving the Data Itself”
11:59-12:06p Lightning Talk - “Incorporating open-source, social media, or the Internet of Things to better understand spatial
and temporal patterns”
12:06-12:13p Lightning Talk - “Enriched Open Source for GEOINT Analysis”
12:13-12:20p Lightning Talk - “Real-Time Geospatial Intelligence at Scale”
12:20-12:27p Lightning Talk - “Creating an Analytically Rich Fly-through on the Fly”
12:27-12:35p Lightning Talk - “Narrative Analytics for GEOINT: Uncovering Spatio-Temporal Context for Consequence”
12:35-1:00p Networking Break
1:00-1:50p Presentation - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
1:50-1:57p Lightning Talk - “Object Based Production Powered by Cloud and Data Analytics Efficiently Fuses multi-INT for Enterprise Insight”
1:57-2:47p Presentation - MIT Lincoln Laboratory
2:47-3:15p Networking Break
3:15-3:45p Presentation - Dr. Stacey Dixon, Deputy Director, IARPA
3:45-3:52p Lightning Talk - “Analytic Framework to Effectively Merge Technology with Tradecraft”
3:52-4:22p Presentation - Dr. Bradford Tousley, Director, Tactical Technology Office, DARPA
4:22-4:29p Lightning Talk - “Utilizing Geotagged Social Media to Evaluate Risk and Respond to Threats”
4:29-5:00p Keynote - Dr. Peter Highnam, Director, Research, NGA
5:00-5:05p Final Thoughts - Dr. Darryl Murdock, Vice President of Professional Development, USGIF
7:00-9:00p GEOINT 2016 Welcome Celebration (Emerald Plaza)
MONDAY, MAY 16 • Exhibit Hall Open 10:00-5:00p
7:00-9:00a Training & Education Sessions (Osceola Breakout Rooms 1-6)
9:00-9:15a GEOINT 2016 Opening Ceremonies - Presentation of Colors and National Anthem (Osceola Ballroom CD)
9:15-9:30a Welcome Remarks - The Honorable Jeffrey K. Harris, Chairman of the Board, USGIF (Osceola Ballroom CD)
9:30-9:45a Master of Ceremonies - The Honorable Joan Dempsey, USGIF Board of Directors, and Executive Vice President,
Booz Allen Hamilton (Osceola Ballroom CD)
9:45-10:15a Keynote - The Honorable Marcel Lettre, USD(I) (Osceola Ballroom CD)
10:15-10:45a Networking Break (Osceola Foyer)
10:45-11:30a Keynote - Parag Khanna, Author Connnectography: Mapping the Future of Global Civilization (Osceola Ballroom CD)
Agenda subject to change
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AGENDA
MONDAY, MAY 16 (continued)
11:30-12:30p Keynote - Robert Cardillo, Director, NGA (Osceola Ballroom CD)
12:30-2:00p USGIF NGA Advisory Working Group/NRO ASP Industry Advisory Working Group Discussion (Gainesville 1-2)
1:30-4:00p Government Pavilion Stage (Florida Exhibition Hall F, Booth 2317)
2:00-4:00p Training & Education Sessions (Osceola Breakout Rooms 1-6)
2:30-3:30p USGIF YPG Panel: Experiencing M&A (Gainesville 1-2)
4:00-5:00p Exhibit Hall Networking Reception (Florida Exhibition Hall A-F)
TUESDAY, MAY 17 • Exhibit Hall Open 10:00-5:00p
7:00-9:00a Training & Education Sessions (Osceola Breakout Rooms 1-6)
8:00-9:00a USGIF SmallSat Working Group Panel (Gainesville 1-2)
8:00-11:00a Joint USGIF Accredited Programs/USGS-NGA CAE/HBCU Gathering (Sarasota 1-2)
9:00-9:15a Master of Ceremonies - Letitia A. Long, Board of Directors, USGIF (Osceola Ballroom CD)
9:15-10:00a Keynote - The Honorable James R. Clapper, Director of National Intelligence (Osceola Ballroom CD)
10:00-10:15a USGIF Awards Program Presentations (Osceola Ballroom CD)
10:15-10:45a Networking Break (Osceola Foyer)
10:45-11:15a Keynote - The Honorable Stephen P. Welby, Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (Osceola Ballroom CD)
11:15-12:30p Panel: The Remote Sensing Revolution (Osceola Ballroom CD)
12:30-2:00p Lunch & Exhibit Hall Time (Florida Exhibition Hall A-F)
1:00-2:00p USGIF Tradecraft & Professional Development Committee Roundtable Discussion (Gainesville 1-2)
1:30-5:00p Government Pavilion Stage (Florida Exhibition Hall F, Booth 2317)
2:00-4:00p Training & Education Sessions (Osceola Breakout Rooms 1-6)
2:30-3:30p USGIF Small Business Advisory Working Group Panel (Gainesville 1-2)
3:30-5:00p USGIF SmallSat Working Group Panel (Gainesville 1-2)
4:00-5:00p The Intersection of GEOINT and the Capital Markets (Florida Exhibition Hall F, Booth 2317)
4:00-5:00p Exhibit Hall Networking Reception (Florida Exhibition Hall A-F)
5:00-6:30p USGIF Young Professionals Working Group Networking Reception (Sarasota 2-3)
6:30-10:00p Offsite Shuttles to Disney Springs (Convention Center Bus Loop, Gaylord Palms)
WEDNESDAY, MAY 18 • Exhibit Hall Open 10:00-3:00p
7:00-9:00a Training & Education Sessions (Osceola Breakout Rooms 1-6)
8:00-9:00a USGIF Modeling & Simulation Working Group Discussion (Gainesville 1-2)
9:00-9:15a Moderator - Jim Sciutto, Chief National Security Correspondent, CNN (Osceola Ballroom CD)
9:15-10:00a Keynote - Betty J. Sapp, Director, NRO (Osceola Ballroom CD)
10:00-10:30a A Conversation with The Honorable Michael D. Lumpkin, Director of the Global Engagement Center, U.S. State Department
(Osceola Ballroom CD)
10:30-11:30a Panel: Joint PED: The Services’ Approach (Osceola Ballroom CD)
11:00-12:00p USGIF Tradecraft & Professional Development Committee/NGA Advisory Working Group Discussion (Gainesville 1-2)
12:00-1:30p Lunch & Exhibit Hall Time (Florida Exhibition Hall A-F)
12:30-1:45p Government Pavilion Stage (Florida Exhibition Hall F, Booth 2317)
2:00-3:00p USGIF Geospatial & Remote Sensing Law Working Group Discussion (Gainesville 1-2)
6:00-8:00p GEOINT 2016 Closing Reception (Coquina Lawn)
Agenda subject to change
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AGENDA
S U N D A Y, M A Y 1 5
11:09-12:35a
LUNCH BREAK AND LIGHTNING TALKS
Osceola Ballroom CD
8:00-2:00p
ALLDER GOLF CLASSIC
11:09-11:45a
Celebration Golf Club, Celebration, FL
LUNCH OPEN
8:30-5:30p
11:45-11:52a
GEOINT FOREWORD
LIGHTNING TALK
Enabling Cloud-based Augmented Reality Networks
Dr. George Demmy, CTO, TerraGo Technologies
Osceola Ballroom CD
8:30-8:35a
11:52-11:59a
WELCOME
LIGHTNING TALK
Dr. Darryl Murdock, Vice President of Professional
Development, USGIF
Metadata Matters: Preserving Metadata May Be As
Valuable As Preserving the Data Itself
Ivan Pittaluga, Quantum
Osceola Ballroom CD
8:35-8:45a
MASTER OF CEREMONIES
11:59-12:06p
Osceola Ballroom CD
Incorporating open-source, social media, or the Internet
of Things to better understand spatial and temporal
patterns
John Mills, Applied Research Laboratory at
Penn State University
LIGHTNING TALK
Dr. Chris Tucker, USGIF Board of Directors
8:45-9:15a
KEYNOTE
Phil Gilbert, General Manager, IBM Design
Osceola Ballroom CD
12:06-12:13p
LIGHTNING TALK
9:15-9:22a
Augmented Physical and Virtual Realities
Enriched Open Source for GEOINT Analysis
Don Widener, BAE Systems
Michael Thomas, SAS
12:13-12:20p
9:22-10:12a
PRESENTATION
Real-Time Geospatial Intelligence at Scale
Mike Kilrain, MemSQL
Osceola Ballroom CD
12:20-12:27p
• Jon Schoonover, Program Director, Emerging Threats
Program Office
LIGHTNING TALK
LIGHTNING TALK
Osceola Ballroom CD
LIGHTNING TALK
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Creating an Analytically Rich Fly-through on the Fly
Craig Brower, VRICON
• Nicholas Generous, Digital Epidemiologist
12:27-12:35p
10:12-10:19a
LIGHTNING TALK
LIGHTNING TALK
Narrative Analytics for GEOINT: Uncovering SpatioTemporal Context for Consequence
Dr. Rita Parhad, Optensity Inc. & Monitor360
An Activity Based Intelligence Approach to Space
Situational Awareness (ABI for SSA)
Osceola Ballroom CD
Charlotte Shabarekh, Aptima
12:35-1:00p
NETWORKING BREAK
10:19-11:09a
Osceola Ballroom CD
PRESENTATION
Sandia National Laboratories
Osceola Ballroom CD
Bert Tise, Distinguished Member of Technical Staff,
Sandia National Laboratories
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AGENDA
1:00-1:50p
5:00-5:05p
PRESENTATION
FINAL THOUGHTS
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Dr. Darryl Murdock, Vice President of Professional
Development, USGIF
Osceola Ballroom CD
Osceola Ballroom CD
• Budhendra Bhaduri, Corporate Research Fellow
and Group Leader
7:00-9:00p
• Eddie Bright, Lead, Population Distribution
and Dynamics Team
GEOINT 2016 WELCOME CELEBRATION
Emerald Plaza
• Robert Stewart, Lead, Geographic Data Science Team
1:50-1:57p
LIGHTNING TALK
Powered by Cloud and Data Analytics Efficiently Fuses
multi-INTfor Enterprise Insight
Osceola Ballroom CD
Jason Nichols, Scitor (SAIC)
M O N D A Y, M A Y 1 6
1:57-2:47p
Exhibit Hall Open 10:00-5:00p
PRESENTATION
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
7:00-9:00a
Osceola Ballroom CD
TRAINING AND EDUCATION SESSIONS
Paul Metzger, Group Leader, Intelligence & Decision
Technologies, ISR and Tactical Systems Division
Osceola Breakout Rooms 1-6
Leveraging Open-Source Intelligence for Fusion and
Activity-Based Intelligence - Charlotte Shabarekh, Aptima
2:47-3:15p
NETWORKING BREAK
Osceola Breakout Room 1
Osceola Ballroom CD
Using the Analytic Decision Game to Teach Critical
Thinking – Pennsylvania State University
3:15-3:45p
PRESENTATION
Osceola Breakout Room 2
Dr. Stacey Dixon, Deputy Director, IARPA
Osceola Ballroom CD
Organizational Orientation to Agile – OGSystems
Osceola Breakout Room 3
3:45-3:52p
LIGHTNING TALK
Unsupervised Learning of Human Geography Data Using
Open-Source Tools – Spatial Networks
Analytic Framework to Effectively Merge Technology
with Tradecraft
Osceola Breakout Room 4
Osceola Ballroom CD
Building Better Models Using Robust Data Mining
Methods – SAS Federal
Keith Johnson, Lockheed Martin
Osceola Breakout Room 5
3:52-4:22p
PRESENTATION
Using Geospatial Data and GEOINT Products for
Remote Sensing Research, Outreach, and Education –
U.S. Geological Survey
Dr. Bradford Tousley, Director, Tactical Technology Office,
DARPA
Osceola Ballroom CD
Osceola Breakout Room 6
4:22-4:29p
9:00-9:15a
LIGHTNING TALK
GEOINT 2016 OPENING CEREMONIES
Utilizing Geotagged Social Media to Evaluate Risk
and Respond to Threats
Presentation of Colors and National Anthem
Osceola Ballroom CD
Osceola Ballroom CD
Matthew McCarthy, Deloitte Advisory
9:15-9:30a
WELCOME REMARKS
4:29-5:00p
The Honorable Jeffrey K. Harris, Chairman of the Board,
USGIF
CLOSING KEYNOTE
Dr. Peter Highnam, Director, Research, NGA
Osceola Ballroom CD
Osceola Ballroom CD
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AGENDA
9:30-9:45a
1:30-4:00p
MASTER OF CEREMONIES
GOVERNMENT PAVILION STAGE
Osceola Ballroom CD
1:30-2:00p
9:45-10:15a
Professional Certification
Dr. Darryl Murdock, USGIF; and Tim Hegarty, NGA
Florida Exhibition Hall F, Booth 2317
The Honorable Joan Dempsey, USGIF Board of Directors,
and Executive Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton
KEYNOTE
2:00-2:30p
The Honorable Marcel Lettre, USDI
NSG Strategic Intent
Dustin Gard-Weiss, Director, Office of Geospatial Intelligence
Management, NGA
Osceola Ballroom CD
10:15-10:45a
NETWORKING BREAK
Osceola Foyer
2:30-3:00p
10:45-11:30a
Terry Busch, Chief, Integrated Analysis
and Methodologies Division, DIA
KEYNOTE
3:00-3:30p
Parag Khanna, Author, CONNECTOGRAPHY:
Mapping the Future of Global Civilization
Dave Lilley, Deputy Director, Geospatial Management Office, DHS
Osceola Ballroom CD
3:30-4:00p
KEYNOTE
GEOINT Pathfinder
Chris Rasmussen and Erik Makowsky, NGA
Osceola Ballroom CD
2:00-4:00p
11:30-12:30p
Robert Cardillo, Director, NGA
TRAINING AND EDUCATION SESSIONS
Osceola Breakout Rooms 1-6
12:30-2:00p
LUNCH AND EXHIBIT HALL
Leveraging Critical Thinking in Applying Activity-Based
Intelligence Methodology – BAE Systems
Florida Exhibition Hall A-F
Osceola Breakout Room 1
12:30-2:00p
USGIF NGA ADVISORY WORKING GROUP/NRO
ASP INDUSTRY ADVISORY WORKING GROUP
DISCUSSION
Activity-Based Intelligence In-Action: Nontraditional
GEOINT and the Future of Analysis – Learning Tree
International
Evolving to a Sustainable, Government/Industry Business
Model in an IC-ITE and Cloud-based environment
Osceola Breakout Room 2
Gainesville 1-2
The Five Habits of the Master Thinker – Pherson
Associates
Under USGIF sponsorship, two industry working groups
produced findings and recommendations for consideration.
The NRO ASP Industry Advisory Group (IAWG) focused on
NRO software licensing approaches, use of open source
software, and requirements evolution. The NGA Advisory
Working Group (NAWG) focused on acquisition transparency,
RFP clarity & quality, and how contracting techniques
might be used to better deliver innovation. Side by side
review of NAWG and IAWG findings revealed common
themes that suggest broader applicability of IAWG/NAWG
recommendations and that merit further discussion aimed at
increasing NRO and NGA benefits.
Osceola Breakout Room 3
Building Intelligence From The Ground Up: Analyzing
Seaport Risk Using Open-Source Data –TEXTRON
Systems
Osceola Breakout Room 4
Linking Geospatial Data in Space and Time – IBM
Osceola Breakout Room 5
Open-Source Exploitation Methodologies and Techniques
for Targeting Financial Networks, Forecasting Instability,
and Tactical Monitoring – Leidos
Osceola Breakout Room 6
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AGENDA
2:30-3:30p
8:00-9:00a
USGIF YOUNG PROFESSIONALS
WORKING GROUP PANEL
USGIF SMALLSAT WORKING GROUP PANEL
Gainesville 1-2
Gainesville 1-2
What is it like to follow the dream of owning your own
business and to watch that dream become a reality as it
grows into something brilliant? What happens next? Join
our panel of entrepreneurs as they share their experience of
turning a dream into reality and how they made the decision
to take their business to the next level through mergers and
acquisitions.
The capabilities of small satellites are driving a dialogue on
competing requirements of persistence and precision as
well as expanding the realm of the possible with respect to
signatures and indicators. In addition, as the small satellite
community expands globally, commercial providers weigh their
own pursuits with the interests of competing partners. This
panel discussion among government and industry experts will
deliberate the role small satellites play to answer intelligence
questions as the world’s nuclear powers mature their programs.
Filling the Gaps: Nuclear Activity Monitoring
and Small Satellites
Experiencing M&A: Taking Your Startup to the Next Level
Moderator: Josh Hartman, USGIF Board of Directors and
Managing Partner with Renaissance Strategic Advisors
Moderator: Dan Twomey, Jr., Solutions Group, NJVC LLC
• Omar Balkissoon, CEO & Co-Founder, OGSystems
• Dave Gauthier, Director, Office of Strategic Operations, NGA
• John Fenwick, Head, Terra Bella Operations, Google
• Dr. Andy Hock, Product Manager, Google Terra Bella
• Shay Har-Noy, VP & General Manager, Platform,
DigitalGlobe
• Serena Kelleher-Vergantini, Research Analyst,
Institute for Science and International Security
4:00-5:00p
• Dr. Joe Thurgood, VP, Corporate Development and
Marketing, Hera Systems, Inc.
EXHIBIT HALL NETWORKING RECEPTION
Florida Exhibition Hall A-F
8:00-11:00a
JOINT USGIF ACCREDITED PROGRAMS/USGSNGA CAE/HBCU GATHERING
T U E S D A Y, M A Y 1 7
Sarasota 1-2
Exhibit Hall Open 10:00-5:00p
8:00-8:20a
7:00-9:00a
Welcome, Introductions and Descriptions of Programs
Dr. Darryl Murdock, VP for Professional Development, USGIF
TRAINING AND EDUCATION SESSIONS
Osceola Breakout Rooms 1-6
8:20-9:00a
Applying the Concepts of Geospatial Intelligence in Law
Enforcement and Policing – Pennsylvania State University
9:00-9:40a
Dr. Lenora Peters Gant, Senior Executive for Academic
Outreach & STEM (SEAO), NGA
Osceola Breakout Room 1
A Model Undergraduate Curriculum for Future
GEOINT Professionals: A Full-Spectrum Approach
Mr. Talbot Brooks, Delta State University
Understanding the Syrian Refugee Crisis through OpenSource Trend Analysis – BAE Systems
9:40-10:00a
Osceola Breakout Room 2
Break
From Cyber-Physical Nexus to Cyber-GIS: Techniques
for Integrating Cyber into an Organization’s Common
Operational Picture – Deloitte
10:00-11:00a
Measurement of High-level Analytic Skills
Dr. Robert Hoffman and Richard Rennolds,
Chief of Human Capital Analytics, NGA
Osceola Breakout Room 3
Critical Thinking: Within a Scenario-based Construct –
General Dynamics Information Technology
9:00-9:15a
Osceola Breakout Room 4
MASTER OF CEREMONIES
Building a Better Analyst: From GIS and Imagery
Analysis to Web Application Development –
Intergraph Government Solutions
Osceola Ballroom CD
Letitia A. Long, Board of Directors, USGIF
9:15-10:00a
KEYNOTE
Osceola Breakout Room 5
The Honorable James R. Clapper,
Director of National Intelligence
Anticipatory Intelligence for GEOINT –
Melonie Richey, Camber
Osceola Ballroom CD
Osceola Breakout Room 6
10:00-10:15a
USGIF AWARDS PROGRAM PRESENTATIONS
Osceola Ballroom CD
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AGENDA
10:15-10:45a
2:30-3:00p
NETWORKING BREAK
Spatial Law and Policy
Osceola Foyer
• Dorothy I. Becker, Assistant General Counsel,
NRO Office of General Counsel
10:45-11:15a
• Robert J. Strauss, USGIF Spatial Law
and Policy Working Group
KEYNOTE
The Honorable Stephen P. Welby, Assistant Secretary
of Defense for Research and Engineering
3:00-3:30p
Osceola Ballroom CD
Dr. Joseph F. Fontanella, Director, U.S. Army Geospatial
Center; and Geospatial Information Office, U.S. Army
11:15-12:30p
PANEL: THE REMOTE SENSING REVOLUTION
3:30-4:00p
Osceola Ballroom CD
ISM & GSM 2.0
Moderator: Kevin O’Connell, CEO, Innovative Analytics
& Training
• Dave Cacner, NGA
• Christine Jung, Blue Compass
• Winston A. Beauchamp, Under Secretary of the Air Force
for Space; and Director, Principal DoD Space Advisor Staff
• Michaela Mesquite, NGA
• Dr. Darryl Murdock, USGIF
• Steve Coast, Space Know; Founder, OpenStreetMap
Foundation; Chief Evangelist, what3words
• Dan Takane, NGA
• Douglas L. Loverro, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense
for Space Policy
4:00-5:00p
THE INTERSECTION OF GEOINT AND
THE CAPITAL MARKETS
• Dr. Lisa Porter, Executive Vice President and Director
of CosmiQ Works
An interactive panel discussion with experts from GEOINT,
investment banking, and private equity investing. “The
Intersection of GEOINT and the Capital Markets” will explore
current issues, trends, and challenges in industry and discuss
the current capital markets environment and how to position
a company to attract capital. Panelists include those from
Carlyle, Leidos, Neptune, and BlackArch Partners.
• Robbie Schingler, Chief Strategy Officer
and Co-Founder, Planet Labs
• Dr. Walter S. Scott Executive Vice President,
Chief Technical Officer, and Founder, DigitalGlobe
12:30-2:00p
LUNCH AND EXHIBIT HALL
Florida Exhibition Hall A-F
2:00-4:00p
TRAINING AND EDUCATION SESSIONS
1:00-2:00p
Osceola Breakout Rooms 1-6
USGIF TRADECRAFT & PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE ROUNDTABLE
DISCUSSION
The Digital Rucksack—Knowledge Management
for Today’s GEOINT Learner – University of Southern
California
Gainesville 1-2
Osceola Breakout Room 1
How can industry help analysts accomplish life-long learning
to progress technically adaptability? Join the USGIF T&PD
Committee as they brainstorm ideas to help analysts achieve
life-long learning and advance their technical skill sets in the
face of ever-changing data sources and tools.
Geospatial Predictive Analytics Tools:
Theory and Practice – Novetta
Osceola Breakout Room 2
Handling Classified and Sensitive Data over Wireless
Networks – Aruba Government Solutions
1:30-5:00p
GOVERNMENT PAVILION STAGE
Osceola Breakout Room 3
Florida Exhibition Hall F, Booth 2317
Taming GEOINT Big Data with Scale – Ball Aerospace
1:30-2:30p
Osceola Breakout Room 4
NGA Portfolio Managers
ABI and the Cyber/Location Nexus - Vencore
Moderator: Misty Tullar, NGA
Osceola Breakout Room 5
• Gary Dunow
• John Goolgasian
Pearls of Leadership for Acquisition Program Managers –
Vincent Snyder, Keymaster Group
• Dr. Peter Highnam
Osceola Breakout Room 6
• Doug McGovern
• Justin Poole
• Heidi Smith
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AGENDA
2:30-3:30p
5:00-6:30p
USGIF SMALL BUSINESS ADVISORY WORKING
GROUP PANEL
USGIF YOUNG PROFESSIONALS WORKING GROUP
NETWORKING RECEPTION
Gainesville 1-2
Join USGIF’s Young Professionals Group for an informal
networking event to discuss the Symposium and to meet
other young professionals.
Sarasota 2-3
Small Business and the GEOINT Revolution
A panel discussion with NGA Leadership to discuss the part
small business will play as NGA moves intelligence into more
open, all source analysis with a proliferation of sensor platforms
from NTM, small sats, UAS, and crowd sourcing. Can more work
be done outside the SCIF and with lesser cleared personnel,
thus reducing the security constraints on small businesses? Will
NGA increase use of small businesses for services, given their
flexibility and cost controls, while assigning large development
contracts to full and open competition? What innovation is NGA
looking for? Will the rush to cloud storage and processing impact
data center and infrastructure support?
6:30-10:00p
OFFSITE SHUTTLES TO DISNEY SPRINGS
Convention Center Bus Loop, Gaylord Palms
W E D N E S D A Y, M A Y 1 8
Exhibit Hall Open 10:00-3:00p
Moderator: Mr. Randy Brown, VP Operations for ICES Inc.
• Diana Hughes, Director, NGA Small Business Office
7:00-9:00a
• Chris Rasmussen, Source Software Development Lead,
NGA Pathfinder, NGA
TRAINING AND EDUCATION SESSIONS
Osceola Breakout Rooms 1-6
• William Young, Deputy Component Acquisition Executive,
Director of Plans and Programs, NGA
Global GEOINT in Action GGDM Training –
Army Geospatial Center
Osceola Breakout Room 1
3:30-5:00p
USGIF SMALLSAT WORKING GROUP PANEL
Application of Statistical Machine Translation for
Multilingual Social Media Exploitation and Analytics –
SDL Government
Small Satellites and Open Source Analytics:
Technology and Tradecraft
Gainesville 1-2
Osceola Breakout Room 2
The new generation of small commercial satellites coupled
with cloud-based, web-services analytics is changing the
face of GEOINT. This panel will discuss how communications,
image processing, cloud computing and advanced analystdriven analytical tools will marry near-persistent commercial
satellite data with open sources to provide decision makers
and action takers with timely and actionable information.
Mapping Economic Indicators Using Commercial Satellite
Imagery: Best Practices for Feature Extraction and
Classification – LAND INFO Worldwide Mapping
Osceola Breakout Room 3
Technical Applications for Geospatial Intelligence – Esri
Osceola Breakout Room 4
Moderator: Robert Zitz, Chairman of the USGIF
Small Satellite Working Group
Employee Social Business Activation – Mark Hewitt,
Socially Savvy
• Collin Agee, Senior Advisor for Intelligence Community
Engagement, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2, U.S. Army
Osceola Breakout Room 5
• Gary Dunow, Director, Analysis/Analytic Capabilities
Portfolio Manager, NGA
Global Cybersecurity on Earth and in Space –
Alan W Silberberg, Digijaks
Osceola Breakout Room 6
• John Fenwick, Head, Terra Bella Operations, Google
• Doug Reed, Vice President and Division Manager, Leidos
8:00-9:00a
• Robbie Schingler, Chief Strategy Officer and
Co-Founder, Planet Labs
USGIF MODELING & SIMULATION WORKING
GROUP DISCUSSION
Gainesville 1-2
4:00-5:00p
The purpose of the meeting will be to update working group
members and interested attendees on the current state of
work to improve interoperability related to M&S activities,
to discuss planned activities, and to provide insight into a
jointly sponsored USGIF, SISO and OGC M&S Interoperability
Summit to be held Sept. 19 in Orlando, FL.
EXHIBIT HALL NETWORKING RECEPTION
Florida Exhibition Hall A-F
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AGENDA
9:00-9:15a
12:30-1:45p
MODERATOR
GOVERNMENT PAVILION STAGE
Florida Exhibition Hall F, Booth 2317
Jim Sciutto, Chief National Security Correspondent, CNN
Osceola Ballroom CD
12:30-1:45p
9:15-10:00a
NGA Acquisition
KEYNOTE
• Sue Gordon, NGA
Betty J. Sapp, Director, NRO
• Mike Geggus, NGA
Osceola Ballroom CD
• Karyn Hayes-Ryan, NGA
10:30-11:30a
• Nicole Pierce, NGA
PANEL
Joint PED: The Services’ Approach
2:00-3:00p
Osceola Ballroom CD
USGIF GEOSPATIAL & REMOTE SENSING LAW
WORKING GROUP DISCUSSION
• Peter H. Devlin, Marine GEOINT Officer, U.S. Marine Corps
Geolocation Privacy
• Maj. Gen. George J. Franz III, Commanding General, INSCOM
Gainesville 1-2
• Lt. Gen. Robert P. “Bob” Otto, Deputy Chief of Staff for
Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, U.S. Air Force
Historically, the law has supported the view that a person
does not have a reasonable expectation of privacy when in a
public place. However, this view is being challenged by the
courts, lawmakers and regulators as both the government and
the private sector are increasingly looking for ways to collect,
analyze and share geolocation information for a variety of
purposes. This talk will discuss the evolution of the concept of
a reasonable expectation of privacy when in public, and what
impact it may have on organizations that collect, use, analyze,
store or share geolocation information.
• Lt. Gen. John N.T. “Jack” Shanahan, Director of Defense
Intelligence for Warfighter Support, Office of the Under
Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
• B. Lynn Wright, Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence
11:00-12:00p
USGIF TRADECRAFT & PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE/NGA ADVISORY
WORKING GROUP DISCUSSION
6:00-8:00p
Tradecraft & Training Needs of Acquisition Professionals
as They Transition to Analysis as a Service
GEOINT 2016 CLOSING RECEPTION
Coquina Lawn, Gaylord Palms
Gainesville 1-2
This event will be a facilitated discussion between industry
and government focused on exploring what contract officers,
CORs, and PMs need to know or learn about the mission
in order to fully execute the Analysis as a Service paradigm
and fully incorporate commercially relevant data into the
intelligence cycle outside Government spaces.
10:00-10:30a
A Conversation with The Honorable Michael D. Lumpkin,
Director of the Global Engagement Center, U.S. State
Department
Osceola Ballroom CD
12:00-1:30p
LUNCH AND EXHIBIT HALL
Florida Exhibition Hall A-F
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T R A I N I N G & E D U CAT I O N S E S S I O N S
M O N D A Y, M A Y 1 6
USING GEOSPATIAL DATA AND GEOINT PRODUCTS
FOR REMOTE SENSING RESEARCH, OUTREACH,
AND EDUCATION
7: 00- 9: 00a
U.S. Geological Survey (Osceola Breakout Room 6)
This course will provide information about geospatial data
and products produced by U.S. government remote sensing
programs that can be obtained for use in research, outreach,
and education from the U.S. Geological Survey.
LEVERAGING OPEN-SOURCE INTELLIGENCE FOR
FUSION AND ACTIVITY-BASED INTELLIGENCE
Charlotte Shabarekh, Aptima (Osceola Breakout Room 1)
This course will provide an in-depth exploration of the
challenges exploiting low quality, unreliable OSINT and fusing
OSINT with traditional sources. Attendees will learn about
the fusion of uncertain data and the impact on performing
activity-based intelligence over conflicting observations.
Grounding the discussions will be motivating examples from
three OSINT, multimodal data sets collected from social
media and online resources.
2 :0 0 -4 :0 0 p
LEVERAGING CRITICAL THINKING IN APPLYING
ACTIVITY-BASED INTELLIGENCE METHODOLOGY
BAESystems (Osceola Breakout Room 1)
This course will cover the philosophy of activity-based
intelligence (ABI) and how critical thinking can be used to
enhance the analytical application of this methodology.
Guided discussions will walk attendees through the process
of mitigating cognitive biases to achieve the maximum
potential offered by the implementation of ABI analytic
methodology.
USING THE ANALYTIC DECISION GAME TO TEACH
CRITICAL THINKING
Pennsylvania State University (Osceola Breakout Room 2)
Are human analysts capable of making instantaneous
assessments or are they simply restating what the sensor/
computing “black-box” is producing? This presentation
explores the use of the analytic decision game (ADG) as
pedagogy to train the human analyst of the future – the digital
native. The ADG is an adaptation of the military war game or
simulation exercise.
ACTIVITY-BASED INTELLIGENCE IN-ACTION:
NONTRADITIONAL GEOINT AND THE FUTURE
OF ANALYSIS
Learning Tree International (Osceola Breakout Room 2)
ORGANIZATIONAL ORIENTATION TO AGILE
This course will demonstrate the core concepts of activitybased intelligence (ABI) as a methodology for technologyenabled problem solving through the use of real-world
vignettes, leveraging nontraditional GEOINT sources.
OGSystems (Osceola Breakout Room 3)
In this course, attendees will learn basic foundational Agile
methods, explaining how Agile is an expression of lean
thinking. Attendees will learn the Agile roles, ceremonies,
artifacts, and change management approaches and how
they facilitate organizational adoption of lean principles and
practices. The course will compare and contrast Agile to
lean, Lean Six Sigma, traditional project management, and
repeatable checklist operations.
THE FIVE HABITS OF THE MASTER THINKER
Pherson Associates (Osceola Breakout Room 3)
This educational session will lay out the five critical
thinking skills all geospatial professionals should master
to protect against biased thinking, spur imagination, and
collaborate across agencies and disciplines to best protect
our national security. The five core skills are understanding
context, checking key assumptions, considering alternative
explanations, seeking inconsistent data, and focusing on
drivers and indicators.
UNSUPERVISED LEARNING OF HUMAN
GEOGRAPHY DATA USING OPEN-SOURCE TOOLS
Spatial Networks (Osceola Breakout Room 4)
This workshop demonstrates the use of unsupervised learning
techniques to better understand human geography variables in
new environments. More specifically, the course demonstrates
the use of hierarchical clustering and principal components
analysis to analyze a large set of socioeconomic and human
geography attributes with no prior knowledge of the data.
BUILDING INTELLIGENCE FROM THE
GROUND UP: ANALYZING SEAPORT RISK
USING OPEN-SOURCE DATA
TEXTRON Systems (Osceola Breakout Room 4)
This training session will explore workflow techniques for
exploiting and fusing open-source data into foundational
GEOINT products that can be used to help port managers
address security concerns. Participants will learn about
data acquisition, processing methodology, analysis, and
dissemination using the Port of Seattle as a real-world
example.
BUILDING BETTER MODELS USING ROBUST
DATA MINING METHODS
SAS Federal (Osceola Breakout Room 5)
Through case studies, attendees will learn to build better
models that don’t over fit data. Featured predictive analytic
methods will include several types of regression, neural
networks, and decision trees. Most importantly, attendees
will learn to randomly split your data into training, validation
(tuning), and test subsets to prevent over fitting data, thus
making predictions more robust.
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LINKING GEOSPATIAL DATA IN SPACE AND TIME
CRITICAL THINKING: WITHIN A SCENARIO-BASED
CONSTRUCT
IBM (Osceola Breakout Room 5)
General Dynamics Information Technology
(Osceola Breakout Room 4)
This class will present the required tools, framework, and
steps for Big Data curation, spatial and temporal alignment,
and indexing of data layers. The basics of developing spatialtemporal analytics using open-source tools like Python and R
and combining it with SPARK will be presented.
This training teaches attendees the relationship between the
practice of geospatial intelligence and its integration into the
intelligence cycle and how it supports the warfighter through
critical thinking and the analysis of competing hypotheses
process.
OPEN-SOURCE EXPLOITATION METHODOLOGIES
AND TECHNIQUES FOR TARGETING FINANCIAL
NETWORKS, FORECASTING INSTABILITY, AND
TACTICAL MONITORING
BUILDING A BETTER ANALYST: FROM GIS AND
IMAGERY ANALYSIS TO WEB APPLICATION
DEVELOPMENT
Leidos (Osceola Breakout Room 6)
Intergraph Government Solutions (Osceola Breakout Room 5)
This course will focus on managing the volume, variety,
velocity, and veracity issues with open sources, tailoring data
acquisition strategy to be mission relevant, developing unified
data models, and configuring analytics to innovate at the
speed of mission.
This session will expand the breadth of attendees’ geospatial
expertise by learning when and how to automate workflows
through the development of geospatial models; discover
innovative approaches to working with imagery, LiDAR, and
radar data; easily integrate multiple sources for broader
situational understanding; and develop custom applications to
support dynamic visualization, geoprocessing, data analytics,
and task-specific workflows.
T U E S D A Y, M A Y 1 7
ANTICIPATORY INTELLIGENCE FOR GEOINT
7: 00- 9: 00a
Melonie Richey, Camber (Osceola Breakout Room 6)
The purpose of this course is to familiarize attendees with
the concepts surrounding predictive geospatial simulations.
The session will be divided into three topical areas: opensource data discovery, base mapping techniques for social
phenomena (human geography), and predictive geospatial
simulations (entities across physical geography).
APPLYING THE CONCEPTS OF GEOSPATIAL
INTELLIGENCE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT
AND POLICING
Pennsylvania State University (Osceola Breakout Room 1)
This course explains the fundamental relevance of spatial
concepts and behavioral theories as they apply to law
enforcement and policing, and teaches the applications of
geographic information science, technology, and geospatial
intelligence to law enforcement analysis.
2 :0 0 -4 :0 0 p
THE DIGITAL RUCKSACK—KNOWLEDGE
MANAGEMENT FOR TODAY’S GEOINT LEARNER
UNDERSTANDING THE SYRIAN REFUGEE CRISIS
THROUGH OPEN-SOURCE TREND ANALYSIS
University of Southern California (Osceola Breakout Room 1)
BAE Systems (Osceola Breakout Room 2)
This training will use a recently completed NGA project on
the Syrian refugee crisis to demonstrate how to successfully
leverage unstructured open-source data and apply
methodologies that support flexible, multi-phase intelligence
output options.
This course describes new ways of thinking about managing
knowledge for GEOINT professionals. In the digital world
of today’s learner, the ability to manage knowledge can
now leverage revolutionary methods and tools. The “Digital
Rucksack” concept promises to be a way of doing this.
FROM CYBER-PHYSICAL NEXUS TO CYBER-GIS:
TECHNIQUES FOR INTEGRATING CYBER INTO
AN ORGANIZATION’S COMMON OPERATIONAL
PICTURE
GEOSPATIAL PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS TOOLS:
THEORY AND PRACTICE
Novetta (Osceola Breakout Room 2)
This session will cover methods for conducting a predictive
analytics project, which is called theory driven modeling, and
how that process was executed to produce operationally
relevant, accurate, and easy-to-use forecasts that intelligence
professionals and operators can use to plan interdiction efforts.
Deloitte (Osceola Breakout Room 3)
In this training, attendees will learn techniques for using
existing GIS technology to build a truly common operational
picture that addresses issues discussed in the 2013 trajectory
magazine article “Cyber-Location Nexus: Closing the Gap
Between the Physical and Cyber Realms and What That
Means for GEOINT” and enables employment of GEOINT
techniques against wide-ranging organizational challenges.
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HANDLING CLASSIFIED AND SENSITIVE DATA
OVER WIRELESS NETWORKS
APPLICATION OF STATISTICAL MACHINE
TRANSLATION FOR MULTILINGUAL SOCIAL MEDIA
EXPLOITATION AND ANALYTICS
Aruba Government Solutions (Osceola Breakout Room 3)
SDL Government (Osceola Breakout Room 2)
This workshop will cover the foundations of building the
NSA Commercial Solutions for classified networks, and it will
prepare attendees to make key architectural decisions.
This training will provide analysts background of state-ofthe-art statistical machine translation technology and will
focus on the latest techniques aimed at overcoming the
complexities that analysts face in dealing with multilingual
informal content. Participants will have an opportunity to
explore how the latest advancement in statistical machine
translation operational engines enables multilingual social
media distillation and exploitation.
TAMING GEOINT BIG DATA WITH SCALE
Ball Aerospace (Osceola Breakout Room 4)
This course provides an overview of the challenges related
to large GEOINT data sources, the technologies that have
been applied, and real-world lessons learned on how to tame
GEOINT big data. It will also provide an overview of the recent
open-sourced SCALE 3 data processing architecture.
MAPPING ECONOMIC INDICATORS USING
COMMERCIAL SATELLITE IMAGERY: BEST
PRACTICES FOR FEATURE EXTRACTION
AND CLASSIFICATION
ABI AND THE CYBER/LOCATION NEXUS
Vencore (Osceola Breakout Room 5)
LAND INFO Worldwide Mapping (Osceola Breakout Room 3)
This training course applies the principles of Activity-Based
Intelligence (ABI) to reveal patterns, georeferenced activities,
resolve entities, and discover unknown behaviors across the
cyber and GEOINT domains. The instructor presents several
real-world examples from the recent textbookActivity-Based
Intelligence: Principles and Applications (Artech House, 2016)
and engages the audience on how this tradecraft can be used
to understand activities and anticipate what may happen. The
course will also briefly cover the evolution and current status
of ABI, address ABIprinciples and practices in general as well
as their application in the Cyber Domain, and review plans for
institutionalizing Structured Observation Management and
ABI tradecraft and practices.
This session will use an extensive Sri Lanka poverty mapping
project recently completed for the World Bank to demonstrate
how to successfully perform feature extraction and classification
of high-res optical satellite imagery. The presentation will
include a review of imagery selection/processing considerations
and explore manual methods vs. automated OBIA (Object
Based Image Analysis). Output of custom mapping including
statistics will be compared to OSINT, and applications of map
data layers extracted from imagery will be discussed.
TECHNICAL APPLICATIONS FOR GEOSPATIAL
INTELLIGENCE
Esri (Osceola Breakout Room 4)
PEARLS OF LEADERSHIP FOR ACQUISITION
PROGRAM MANAGERS
This session provides a range of foundational to intermediate
level knowledge about the application of geospatial analysis.
Throughout the session, we will discuss the following: Evaluate
and prepare geospatial data for use in GEOINT fusion, analysis,
and intelligence products; perform different types of geospatial
analyses to evaluate potential threats and identify patterns, hot
spots, and clusters; evaluate suitability of multiple locations
for tactical operations; and understand how the creation of
operational map products aid in improving outcomes.
Vincent Snyder, Keymaster Group (Osceola Breakout Room 6)
This is an interactive, instructor led course for sharing
wisdom in leadership of complex acquisition programs. It is
designed for all acquisition professionals working in research
and development, acquisition, and sustainment who need
leadership tips on how to contribute to improved program
management outcomes.
EMPLOYEE SOCIAL BUSINESS ACTIVATION
Mark Hewitt, Socially Savvy (Osceola Breakout Room 5)
W E D N E S D A Y, M A Y 1 8
The employee social business activation training focuses on
the science and art of social business. Topics covered include
social channel activation and optimization, original content
creation, growing and deepening network, and leveraging
online interactions to facilitate offline behavior. The training is
grounded in a workbook provided to participants.
7: 00- 9: 00a
GLOBAL GEOINT IN ACTION GGDM TRAINING
Army Geospatial Center (Osceola Breakout Room 1)
The Ground-Warfighter Geospatial Data Model (GGDM)
provides a mechanism to consistently depict and use
“common” geospatial vector data across Army programs,
Marine Corps systems, and allies to ensure interoperability and
compliance with the National System for Geospatial Intelligence
Feature Data Dictionary. The purpose of GGDM is to develop
and maintain a ground forces geospatial logical and physical
database model containing common geospatial concepts
required to share data and support common geospatial
application services across the Army Geospatial Enterprise.
GLOBAL CYBERSECURITY ON EARTH AND IN SPACE
Alan W Silberberg, Digijaks (Osceola Breakout Room 6)
Cybersecurity is both global and personal at the same time.
There are three major aspects to cybersecurity in the geospatial
intelligence arena. First is the people, their immediate devices
and susceptibility to social engineering attempts. The second
is the ground based hardware and software, locations on real
surfaces. The third is the geospatial platforms and software.
Learn the basics, and ask tough questions.
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2016 GEOINT COMMUNITY WEEK
NOVEMBER 14-18 ✺ NORTHERN VIRGINIA
Join us for a week of briefings, educational sessions, workshops,
technology exhibits and networking opportunities.
usgif.org
NETWORKING EVENTS
S U N D A Y, M A Y 1 5
T U E S D A Y, M A Y 1 7
8:00-2:00p
4:00-5:00p
ALLDER GOLF CLASSIC
EXHIBIT HALL NETWORKING RECEPTION
Celebration Golf Club, Celebration, FL
Exhibit Hall
Join the Community for a day of networking on the links
and support geospatial education. At Celebration Golf Club,
the GEOINT Community will feel what it’s like to play the
final course co-designed by the renowned masters of golf
course architecture, Robert Trent Jones Senior and Junior.
It’s lush, almost like a natural park with undulating swells
and topography, a course reflective of the very best of every
course they have created around the world.
Network with colleagues and enjoy refreshments while
exploring the exhibit hall of 260+ exhibitors.
6:30-10:00p
OFFSITE SHUTTLES TO DISNEY SPRINGS
Convention Center Bus Loop, Gaylord Palms
Looking to explore Orlando while at GEOINT 2016? USGIF
is providing offsite shuttles to Disney Springs at Lake Buena
Vista. Enjoy more than 100 options in dining, shopping, and
entertainment. Buses from Mears Motor Shuttle will pick
attendees up at the Convention Center Bus Loop at the
Gaylord Palms, as well as at the Caribe. Buses will run every
15 minutes between the Gaylord, Caribe, and Disney Springs.
Buses will drop off attendees at the West Side bus area at
Disney Springs. When picking attendees up from Disney
Springs to return, the buses will drop-off at the Gaylord
Palms and Caribe Royale. The last bus will leave from Disney
Springs at 10 p.m. After 10 p.m., attendees will need to find
their own transportation back to the hotels.
The Allder Golf Classic, named in honor of William R. Allder
Jr., helps fund the USGIF educational programs, such as the
USGIF Scholarship Program. Since 2004, USGIF has awarded
$891,000 in scholarships to deserving students pursuing
educational excellence in fields related to the GEOINT
tradecraft.
7:00-9:00p
WELCOME CELEBRATION
Emerald Plaza, Gaylord Palms
Join USGIF by kicking off the Symposium with a GEOINT
2016 Welcome Celebration. The celebration is always a
great setting to network with colleagues old and new, while
enjoying great food and beverages.
W E D N E S D A Y, M A Y 1 8
6:00-8:00p
CLOSING RECEPTION
Coquina Lawn
M O N D A Y, M A Y 1 6
Join USGIF one last time by attending the GEOINT 2016
Closing Reception. Share your GEOINT 2016 experience with
friends, colleagues, and business partners.
4:00-5:00p
EXHIBIT HALL NETWORKING RECEPTION
Exhibit Hall
Celebrate the first full day of the Symposium by networking
in the exhibit hall and visiting 260+ exhibiting organization’s
booths.
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2016
STATE OF
GEOINT
REPORT
SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES
PAN EL I ST
GOVER NMENT PAVILION STAGE
WINSTON A. BEAUCHAMP
DAVID CACNER
Winston A. Beauchamp, a member of the Senior
Executive Service, is the Deputy Under Secretary
of the Air Force for Space, and the Director,
Principal DoD Space Advisor Staff, the Pentagon,
Washington, D.C. In this role, he is responsible
for integrating and overseeing all DoD space capabilities and
activities, coordinating with the Intelligence Community, and
providing support to the Secretary of Defense on space
portfolio decisions. Additionally, as Deputy Under Secretary of
the Air Force for Space, he provides the principal support to
the Under Secretary’s role as the Headquarters U.S. Air Force
focal point for space matters and in coordinating activities
across the Air Force space enterprise.
David Cacner serves as the Director, Enterprise
Innovation Office and is the focal point in the
Office of the Chief Information Officer and IT
Services Directorate (CIO/T) for bringing new
commercial and R&D capabilities into the
operational environment. Mr. Cacner also manages the NSG
Expeditionary Activities (NEA) portfolio of capabilities
supporting wartime operations of the Intelligence,
Surveillance, and Reconnaissance community and leads the
engineering, development, deployment, and sustainment of
core GEOINT services for the military, coalition, and civilian
expeditionary and crisis operations. Mr. Cacner previously
served as the Deputy Director of the National System for
Geospatial-Intelligence Program Management Office,
advocating the alignment of NSG architecture and Information
Technology integration efforts across the IC and DoD to
ensure interoperability and user satisfaction.
Under Secretary of the Air Force for Space; and Director, Principal
DoD Space Advisor Staff
Director, Enterprise Innovation Office and Director, NSG Expeditionary
Activities, Transformation Services Group, IT Services Directorate, NGA
GO V ER N M E N T PAV I L I ON STA G E
DOROTHY I. BECKER
Assistant General Counsel, NRO Office of General Counsel
Ms. Becker currently serves as Assistant General Counsel for
the National Reconnaissance Office where she provides expert
advice on intellectual property issues. Ms. Becker also advises
the NRO on SIGINT compliance, domestic imagery, cyber,
intelligence oversight, and space law issues. Ms. Becker
is a nationally recognized expert in the area of Intellectual
Property (IP) and data rights, and is often called upon as
a guest lecturer at the Defense Acquisition University and
technical and professional meetings. Prior to this, Ms. Becker
was Patent Counsel for the Navy’s Special Projects Division,
where she provided legal advice to senior program and DOD
leadership on the full spectrum of intellectual property and
technical issues across a wide range of technologies, many of
which directly impacted national security.
K EY NOTE
ROBERT CARDILLO
Director, NGA
Mr. Robert Cardillo is the sixth Director of the
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA).
Mr. Cardillo leads and directs NGA under the
authorities of the Secretary of Defense and
Director of National Intelligence. He became
NGA’s director on Oct. 3, 2014. Prior to this assignment, Mr.
Cardillo served as the first Deputy Director for Intelligence
Integration, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, from
2010 to 2014. In addition, he served as the Deputy Director of
the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and the Deputy Director
for Analysis, DIA, from 2006 to 2010. In the summer of 2009,
Mr. Cardillo served as the Acting J2, a first for a civilian, in
support of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Before he
moved to DIA, Mr. Cardillo led Analysis and Production as
well as Source Operations and Management at NGA from
2002 to 2006. Mr. Cardillo’s leadership assignments at NGA
also included Congressional Affairs, Public Affairs, and
Corporate Relations.
GO V ER N M E N T PAV I L I ON STA G E
TERRY BUSCH
Chief, Integrated Analysis and Methodologies Division, DIA
Terry Busch serves as the Division chief for DIA’s Integrated
Analysis and Methodologies Division within the Directorate for
Analysis at DIA. Within his capacity Mr. Busch oversees the
development of applied technologies to support innovation in
analysis. Mr. Busch is one of DIA’s leading geospatial subject
matter experts focused on applying GEOINT based solutions
to all-source analysis. Prior to this Mr. Busch served as a lead
for an ODNI Hard Target Strategy from 2012 until 2014. Prior
to his he served from 2005 until 2012 as a Senior Intelligence
Officer at DIA. Mr. Busch has an extensive background as an
intelligence analyst, program manager, and as a Geographer.
Mr. Busch has an MS in Geography from George Mason
University and lives with his family in Vienna, Virginia.
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SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES
KEY N O T E
PANELIST
THE HONORABLE JAMES R. CLAPPER
PETER H. DEVLIN
The Honorable James R. Clapper was sworn in
as the fourth Director of National Intelligence
(DNI) on August 9, 2010. As DNI, Mr. Clapper
leads the United States Intelligence Community
and serves as the principal intelligence advisor
to the President. Mr. Clapper retired in 1995 after a
distinguished career in the U.S. Armed Forces. His career
began as a rifleman in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve and
culminated as a lieutenant general in the U.S. Air Force and
Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency. His intelligencerelated positions over his 32 years in uniform included
Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence at U.S. Air Force
Headquarters during Operations Desert Shield/Desert Storm
and Director of Intelligence for three war-fighting commands:
U.S. Forces Korea, Pacific Command, and Strategic Air
Command. Of note, he also served two combat tours during
the Southeast Asia conflict and flew 73 combat support
missions in EC-47s over Laos and Cambodia.
Pete Devlin is the Marine GEOINT Officer - the
primary liaison between the U.S. Marine Corps
and NGA - beginning this service in May 2012.
He began his professional career in May 1982,
receiving his commission as a 2ndLt of Marines
upon graduation from Marquette University. After an initial tour
as an armor officer, he was re-assigned as an intelligence
officer. Within the Marine Corps, he served as the primary
intelligence officer at every level of command: tank battalion,
infantry battalion, Special Operations Training Group (SOTG),
Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), Marine Division, Marine
Expeditionary Force (MEF), and U.S. Marine Corps Forces
Command (MARFORCOM).
Director, National Intelligence
Marine GEOINT Officer, U.S. Marine Corps.
GEOINT FOR EWOR D
DR. STACEY DIXON
Deputy Director, Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity
Dr. Stacey Dixon joined the Intelligence Advanced
Research Projects Activity (IARPA) as its Deputy
Director in January 2016. Dr. Dixon joins us from
the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
where she most recently served as Deputy
Director of InnoVision and oversaw geospatial intelligence
research and development. Prior to InnoVision, she served as
NGA’s Chief of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs.
From 2007 to 2010 she worked on the House Permanent Select
Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) staff, and for the Central
Intelligence Agency (CIA) assigned to the National
Reconnaissance Organization (NRO)’s Advanced Systems and
Technology Directorate from 2003 to 2007. Dr. Dixon holds
doctorate and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering from
the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a bachelor’s degree in
mechanical engineering from Stanford University. She was a
chemical engineering postdoctoral fellow at the University of
Minnesota. Dr. Dixon is a native Washingtonian and currently
resides in the District of Columbia.
PAN EL I ST
STEVE COAST
Spaceknow, Founder, OpenStreetMap Foundation; Chief Evangelist,
what3words
Steve Coast founded OpenStreetMap - the global
volunteer effort to map the world and give it away
for free. Having founded a startup, worked at
Microsoft and then Telenav, Steve now works at
What3Words as Chief Evangelist. Steve lives in
Colorado with his wife, two kids, five horses and two cats.
MAS T E R O F C E R E M O NIES
JOAN AVALYN DEMPSEY
Executive Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton
Booz Allen Hamilton Executive Vice President
Joan Dempsey serves as Deputy Director of the
Defense and Intelligence Group (DIG), the firm’s
largest market-facing organization. She also
leads the Consulting Functional Service
Organization (FSO), responsible for driving capability and talent
development in this foundational functional area for the firm.
Previously Joan led the firm’s largest defense managed labor
and intelligence accounts and was responsible for strategic
development, execution, and day-to-day operations in each
account. As a Senior Partner, she chairs the firm’s Sensitive
Risk Review Board. For several years, Joan led the firm’s
participation in the Aspen Ideas Fest where she continues as a
frequent panelist on defense issues, cybersecurity and cyber
operations, and women in leadership panels.
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SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES
GO V ER N M E N T PAV I L I ON STA G E
PANELIST
GARY L. DUNOW
MAJ. GEN. GEORGE J. FRANZ III
Mr. Gary L. Dunow is the Director of the Analysis
Directorate and Portfolio Manager for the
Analytic Capabilities Portfolio at the National
Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. As Director of
Analysis, he is responsible for leading NGA’s
geospatial-intelligence analytic capabilities and resources as
well as modernizing NGA’s analytic effort toward the future as
outlined in the NGA Strategy. Prior assignments include
Deputy Director, Analysis; Deputy Director, International
Affairs; and Deputy Director, Expeditionary Operations under
the Office of the Director of Military Support. Mr. Dunow
deployed as the lead for GEOINT support to counterterrorism
operations in Iraq. Previously, he was the Deputy Chief of the
Community Governance Division, Office of Geospatial
Intelligence Management.
MG Franz is currently assigned as Commander,
U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command
(INSCOM), Fort Belvoir, VA. Major General Franz
received his commission from the University of
Maine at Orono in 1984. A Military Intelligence
(MI) Officer, MG Franz held positions as a Ground Surveillance
Radar Platoon Leader, Battalion and Brigade S‐2 in the 1st
Cavalry Division; Assistant G‐2 (3d Armored Division);
Assistant S‐3 of the 205th MI Brigade; S‐3, 311th MI Battalion;
Chief, Plans and Exercises, G‐2, 101st Airborne Division (Air
Assault); Director, MI Doctrine Directorate, U.S. Army
Intelligence Center, and Assistant Chief of Staff, G‐2, U. S.
Army Europe & Seventh Army. MG Franz has commanded at
the Company, Battalion, Brigade, and Joint Command levels.
MG Franz holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business
Economics, a Master of Advanced Military Studies from the
School of Advanced Military Studies, U.S. Army Command
and General Staff College, and a Master of Arts in National
Security and Strategic Studies from the Naval War College.
Director, Analysis /Analytic Capabilities Portfolio Manager, NGA
Commanding General, INSCOM
GO V ER N M E N T PAV I L I ON STA G E
DR. JOSEPH F. FONTANELLA
Director, U.S. Army Geospatial Center; and Geospatial Information
Office, U.S. Army
Dr. Joseph F. Fontanella was selected to the
Senior Executive Service in January 2011 to
serve as the Director of the U.S. Army Geospatial
Center in Alexandria, Virginia. The Army
Geospatial Center is the Army’s knowledge
center for geospatial expertise and provides geospatial
information reach-back capability to field units.
As Director, he is responsible for supporting the operations,
intelligence, acquisition, research & development and modeling
& simulation communities with geospatial information. The
Center focuses on the development, exploitation, production,
and distribution of topographic, geodetic, and geospatial
information, tools and services for the Army and other
Department of Defense and National programs.
GOVER NMENT PAVILION STAGE
DUSTIN J. GARD-WEISS
Director, Office of Geospatial Intelligence Management, NGA
Mr. Gard-Weiss is currently Director of the Office
of Geospatial Intelligence Management at the
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. He is
charged with executing Geospatial Intelligence
Functional Management on behalf of Director,
NGA, as the GEOINT Functional Manager and DoD GEOINT
Manager, and is responsible for leading and overseeing the
National System for Geospatial Intelligence (NSG) and the
Allied System for Geospatial Intelligence (ASG). Previously,
Mr. Gard-Weiss served on the staff of the Chief of Naval
Operations (OPNAV) as the Assistant Deputy Director of Naval
Intelligence and Assistant Head of the Naval Intelligence
Activity (NIA). In these positions, he supported the Director
and Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence in delivering
comprehensive intelligence to Navy leadership. He was
appointed to the Defense Intelligence Senior Executive
Service in 2012, initially serving as the Acting Deputy Director
of Naval Intelligence.
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SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES
GO V ER N M E N T PAV I L I ON STA G E
GOVER NMENT PAVILION STAGE
MICHAEL E GEGGUS
JOHN GOOLGASIAN
Mike Geggus is NGA’s Industry Innovation
Advocate, Office of the Deputy Director and is
the senior executive responsible for improving
the speed of innovation between industry and
NGA. Mike actively engages industry to seek out
challenges and find solutions that facilitate more effective
partnerships between NGA and industry and is the principle
activist for unifying NGA’s industry engagement strategy. Mr.
Geggus served for more than 21 years as a Scientific
Applications Specialist in the U.S. Air Force and was a
principal spokesperson for the Air Force, advocating
expansion of MASINT beyond the scientific and technical
intelligence fields for use in supporting tactical operations.
Mr. Goolgasian is the Director of NGA’s Source
Operations and Management Directorate. Before
this appointment, Mr. Goolgasian served as the
Deputy Director of Source and as the Director of
the Foundation GEOINT Group in Source. He
served in two successive roles leading the implementation of
the NGA Vision; he was the Deputy Lead for the Online
GEOINT Services Strategic Initiative and the Implementation
Lead for Analytic Depth prior to joining Source. Mr. Goolgasian
also served as a loaned executive to the US Coast Guard as
the Senior Advisor to the Assistant Commandant for
Intelligence and Criminal Investigation. He achieved Senior
Executive status in 2005. Mr. Goolgasian started his
government career with the Defense Mapping Agency as a
cartographer. Following this, he served as a geospatial analyst
and Branch Chief at the National Imagery and Mapping Agency
(NIMA). From 2002-2005, he served as the Deputy Division
Chief of the Iraq and Arabian Peninsula Division.
Industry Innovation Advocate, Office of the Deputy Director, NGA
Director, Source/Content Portfolio Manager, NGA
GEO I N T F O R E WO R D K EYNOT E
PHIL GILBERT
General Manager, IBM Design
As General Manager of IBM Design, Phil Gilbert
sets the strategy for and leads the
transformation of product design at IBM. IBM
Design is focused on three things: recruiting &
retaining top designers, scaling the consistent
practice of great design across IBM, and simplifying access to
IBM’s broad portfolio of capabilities. Previously, Phil led the
Business Process Management segment for IBM, where he
drove the simplification of its portfolio and the ease-of-use of
its products. Phil joined IBM in 2010 via the acquisition of
Lombardi Software where he was President. Phil is a
recognized leader in the technology industry and holds
multiple patents. In addition to leading three successful
start-ups, he is a respected thought leader who regularly
shares his expertise on topics of portfolio and software
design, design governance, strategy and culture with clients
and organizations around the world.
GOVER NMENT PAVILION STAGE
SUSAN M. GORDON
Deputy Director, NGA
Susan (Sue) Gordon became the National
Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s (NGA) sixth
Deputy Director on Jan. 1, 2015 after more than
25 years of service with the Central Intelligence
Agency. As deputy director of NGA, she assists
the director in leading the agency and in managing the
National System for Geospatial Intelligence. Ms. Gordon
previously served concurrently as Director of the CIA’s
Information Operations Center and as the CIA Director’s
senior advisor on cyber. She was responsible for fully
integrating advanced cyber capabilities into all of CIA’s
mission areas, while protecting against the cyber threat to the
CIA’s information, operations and officers.
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SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES
MAS T E R O F C E R E M O NIES
GOVER NMENT PAVILION STAGE
THE HONORABLE JEFFREY K. HARRIS
TIMOTHY HEGARTY
Jeffrey K. Harris was elected Chairman of the
Board of Directors on 15 April 2014. He has
contributed to US national security in both
Government and Industry where he has fostered
new technologies, programs and capabilities
that have contributed significantly to US national security
capabilities. He currently consults with industry and the US
Government. He is retired from Lockheed Martin, where he
was a corporate officer and served as President of Lockheed
Martin Missiles and Space and President of Lockheed Martin
Special Programs. Also, he served as President of Space
Imaging, the first company to commercially provide highresolution satellite imagery and information.
Mr. Timothy Hegarty serves as the Chief
Learning Officer for the National GeospatialIntelligence Agency. The Chief Learning Officer
audits the relationship between NGA’s National
Geospatial-Intelligence College and the agency
mission and operations as well as sustains relationships with
the IC and DoD learning entities and offices. His predominant
focus has been leading the development and implementation
of the GEOINT Certification Program across the National
System for Geospatial-Intelligence. In this capacity, Mr.
Hegarty is dual-hatted as the Director of the GEOINT
Professional Certification Program Management Office that
has developed and implemented GEOINT certifications under
the USD(I) mandate to create accredited certification
programs across the Defense Intelligence Enterprise.
Chairman, USGIF Board of Directors
Chief Learning Officer, Human Development, NGA
GO V ER N M E N T PAV I L I ON STA G E
KARYN HAYES-RYAN
Component Acquisition Executive, Director of Plans and Programs,
NGA
GEOINT FOR EWOR D K EY NOTE
DR. PETER T. HIGHNAM
Director, Research, NGA
Ms. Karyn Hayes-Ryan serves as NGA’s
Component Acquisition Executive. In that role,
she advises and assists the NGA Director,
Deputy Director and Portfolio Managers to
ensure that all NSG and ASG acquisition
activities support the GEOINT Mission. She is responsible for
monitoring the performance of NGA programs, managing the
direction of acquisition policy, and maintaining an acquisition
career program. She provides strategic oversight for the
overall NSG acquisition program, responsible for
programmatic and technical oversight for all NSG and ASG
systems and future procurements. Ms. Hayes-Ryan is the lead
for NGA’s Agency Agility Strategic Initiative (A2SI), driving
agile techniques and methods into acquisition. She also
serves as NGA’s senior champion for the NGA Systems
Engineering (SE) Cohort Programs at George Washington
University. Previously, Ms. Hayes-Ryan served as the Director
of NSG IT Oversight and as the NGA Deputy Component
Acquisition Executive.
Dr. Peter Highnam became director of NGA’s
research organization in July 2015. Prior to this he
served at the Intelligence Advanced Research
Projects Activity (IARPA) initially as the Office
Director of Incisive Analysis, and then as Director.
He was also involved in high performance computing activities in
the Department of Energy and the National Strategic Computing
Initiative. Before IARPA, he worked for the Department of Health
and Human Services. As a senior advisor in the National
Institutes of Health (NIH), he had responsibilities in multiple
areas where high performance computing meets biomedicine
and public health, including computational epidemiology.
GOVER NMENT PAVILION STAGE
CHRISTINE JUNG
President & CEO, Blue Compass
Ms. Christine S. Jung is President and CEO of
Blue Compass, LLC – a customer experience
and technology strategy certified Economically
Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Business
(EDWOSB) headquartered in Tysons Corner, VA.
Founded in 2010, Blue Compass helps federal government
and commercial customers discover, design, and implement
new products and services to improve their core business
functions by blending strategy and analytics with deep
customer insights, design and creative thinking.
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SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES
KEY N O T E
GOVER NMENT PAVILION STAGE
PARAG KHANNA
DAVID LILLEY JR.
TED Speaker, Global strategist, and Managing Partner of Hybrid
Reality; Author of Connectography: Mapping the Future of Global
Civilization
Deputy Director, Geospatial Management Office, DHS
Mr. David Lilley currently serves as the Deputy
Director for the Geospatial Management Office
and the DHS Geospatial Portfolio Manager
within the Office of the Chief Information Officer
(OCIO). Using an Adopt-Buy-Create approach,
Mr. Lilley is helping the department and mission partners
establish guidelines, standards, and architectures to promote
geospatial sharing and interoperability, while reducing IT
duplication across all levels of government. Previously, Mr.
Lilley served at the Pentagon where he helped establish
policy, architecture and governance for a U.S. Army
geospatial enterprise.
Parag Khanna is a leading global strategist,
world traveler, and best-selling author. He is a
CNN Global Contributor and Senior Research
Fellow in the Centre on Asia and Globalisation at
the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the
National University of Singapore. He is also the Managing
Partner of Hybrid Reality, a boutique geostrategic advisory
firm, and Co-Founder & CEO of Factotum, a leading content
branding agency. Parag’s latest book is Connectography:
Mapping the Future of Global Civilization (2016). Parag has
been an adviser to the U.S. National Intelligence Council’s
Global Trends 2030 program, and served in the foreign policy
advisory group to the Barack Obama for President campaign.
Dr. Khanna holds a PhD in international relations from the
London School of Economics, and Bachelors and Masters
degrees from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown
University. In 2015-2016 he was awarded the Richard von
Weizsaecker Fellowship of the Bosch Foundation.
MASTER OF CER EMONIES
LETITIA A. LONG
USGIF Board Member
Letitia A Long served as the fifth Director of the
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA),
and was the first woman to lead a major US
intelligence agency. This appointment
culminated a career that spanned all aspects of
organizational leadership, business functions, and global
operations. She led the NGA during a critical period of
transition and has deep experience in strategic planning,
policy development, leading change in complex organizations,
executive development and succession panning with an
emphasis on diversity operations, budget planning and
execution, and innovation and risk management. Starting her
career in Naval Intelligence, Ms Long went on to serve as the
Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence, and then the first
Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence (Policy,
Requirements and Resources), the first Chief Information
Officer at the Defense Intelligence Agency as well as the
Deputy Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency.
KEY N O T E
THE HONORABLE MARCEL LETTRE
USD(I)
Marcel Lettre was nominated by President
Obama as the Under Secretary of Defense for
Intelligence (USDI) and unanimously confirmed
by the United States Senate as the fourth Under
Secretary of Defense for Intelligence in December
2015. As the USDI, Secretary Lettre is the principal intelligence
advisor to the Secretary of Defense. He exercises authority,
direction, and control on behalf of the Secretary of Defense
over all intelligence and security organizations within the
Department of Defense, including the National Security Agency,
the Defense Intelligence Agency, the National Geospatial
Intelligence Agency, the National Reconnaissance Office, the
Defense Security Service and the intelligence components of
the combatant commands and military services. Mr. Lettre is a
member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He has a master’s
degree from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and a
bachelor’s from the University of the South, Sewanee,
Tennessee. Mr. Lettre is married with two daughters.
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PAN EL I ST
GOVER NMENT PAVILION STAGE
DOUGLAS L. LOVERRO
ERIK MAKOWSKY
Mr. Douglas L. Loverro, a member of the Senior
Executive Service, is the Deputy Assistant
Secretary of Defense for Space Policy. In this
role, he is responsible for establishing policy and
guidance to assure United States and allied
warfighters the benefits of Space capabilities and to help
guide the Department’s strategy for addressing space-related
issues. He also leads Departmental activities in international
space cooperation. Mr. Loverro most recently served as the
Executive Director for Air Force Space Command’s Space
and Missile Systems Center where he also served as the Air
Force’s Deputy Program Executive Officer (PEO) for Space. In
that capacity, he was responsible to the commander and PEO
for the development, deployment, and sustainment of all
Department of Air Force space systems and was a key
spokesman for addressing the growing importance of space
systems and the steps needed to assure them for the future.
He has been involved in the planning and acquisition of
Department of Defense (DoD) and Space Intelligence systems
for over twenty years, both in and out of uniform.
Mr. Erik Makowsky helps to lead the
Unclassified GEOINT Pathfinder initiative, which
aims to transform geospatial intelligence
(GEOINT) into a discipline more rooted in open
sources. Since its creation in 2015, the
Pathfinder program and its team members have identified and
documented numerous policy, contracting, and legal hurdles
to “Succeeding in / with the Open.” The application of these
lessons learned are helping “Team GEOINT” adopt to
GEOINT’s rapidly evolving environment to ensure that we
continue to create unique GEOINT content and knowledge
that can be more broadly shared with our partners and clients.
Mr. Makowsky holds a BA in Public and Urban Affairs and
Masters in Military Studies and is employed by the National
Geospatial Intelligence Agency.
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Space Policy
GEOINT Pathfinder, NGA
GOVER NMENT PAVILION STAGE
DOUGLAS McGOVERN
Director, Chief Information Officer and Director IT Services, NGA
Mr. Douglas P. McGovern is the Chief
Information Officer and Director of Information
Technology Services for the National GeospatialIntelligence Agency. He previously served as the
Director and Deputy Director of InnoVision. Prior
to that, Mr. McGovern served as NGA’s Deputy Chief
Operating Officer. He also served a two year joint duty
assignment at ODNI as the IC Chief Architect and Associate
Deputy Director for Information Integration Oversight and
Engineering. Mr. McGovern joined NIMA in 2001 and served
in Senior Level/Executive positions as the Deputy Director for
Acquisition Engineering, Senior Advisor for Acquisition
Management and Process Improvement, and as the Program
Manager for Commercial Remote Sensing. In these roles Mr.
McGovern led engineering efforts to modernize the National
System for Geospatial Intelligence (NSG).
PAN EL I ST
THE HONORABLE MICHAEL D. LUMPKIN
Director of the Global Engagement Center, U.S. State Department
Michael D. Lumpkin began serving as the
Coordinator and Special Envoy for the Center
for Strategic Counterterrorism Communications
on January 18, 2016, but will be officially
confirmed and sworn in by the end of May 2016.
Mr. Lumpkin was sworn in as the Assistant Secretary of
Defense for Special Operations/Low-Intensity Conflict (SO/
LIC) on December 2, 2013, following his nomination by
President Barack Obama and confirmation by the U.S.
Senate. In his role as Assistant Secretary (SO/LIC), Mr.
Lumpkin was the principal advisor to the U.S. Secretary of
Defense on Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict. He
was primarily responsible for the overall supervision, to
include oversight of policy and resources, of special
operations and low intensity conflict activities. These activities
included: counterterrorism, unconventional warfare, direct
action, special reconnaissance, foreign internal defense, civil
affairs, information operations, and counter-proliferation of
weapons of mass destruction.
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GO V ER N M E N T PAV I L I ON STA G E
PANELIST
MICHAELA MESQUITE
KEVIN M. O’CONNELL
Michaela Mesquite is the New Analytic
Technology Lead for NGA Analysis, bringing
analysts the tools for their job today and
positioning the Analysis component for the
technology of tomorrow. In this position she
serves as a central point of contact for industry engagement
in Analysis, connecting needs to capabilities, building
coalitions to enable analysis, and driving toward NGA strategy
goals with industry partners. Her analytic experience in NGA
spans a range of significant issues typical of those worked by
NGA personnel. Michaela has a Master of Arts degree in
International Relations from Boston College, a graduate
certificate in geospatial intelligence from Pennsylvania State
University, and two Bachelor of Arts degrees in International
Studies and Political Science respectively from the University
of Washington.
Kevin O’Connell is the President and CEO of
Innovative Analytics and Training, LLC (IAT), a
Washington, D.C. firm that helps clients improve
the quality of analysis and decision-making. He
has been a scholar, author and commentator on
commercial satellite imagery issues for over two decades,
with a particular interest in policy, regulatory, and security
aspects. He has been involved in these issues over the years
in the Office of the Director of Central Intelligence, as the Staff
Director of the NIMA Commission (1999-2000), as a Senior
Researcher at RAND, in Senior Research and Advisory Roles
within IAT, and as Chairman of NOAA’s Federal Advisory
Committee on Commercial Remote Sensing, or ACCRES.
Analytic Technology Lead, Analysis, NGA
President and CEO, Innovative Analytics and Training
PANELIST
LT. GEN. ROBERT P. “BOB” OTTO
Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and
Reconnaissance, U.S. Air Force
Lt. Gen. Robert P. “Bob” Otto is the Deputy
Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and
Reconnaissance, Headquarters U.S. Air Force,
Washington, D.C. He is responsible to the
Secretary and Chief of Staff of the Air Force for
policy formulation, planning, evaluation, oversight, and
leadership of Air Force intelligence, surveillance and
reconnaissance capabilities. As the Air Force’s senior
intelligence officer he is directly responsible to the Director of
National Intelligence and the Under Secretary of Defense for
Intelligence. He leads five directorates and supports a
30,000-person enterprise with a portfolio valued at $55 billion
across the Air Force. General Otto was commissioned in 1982
after graduating from the U.S. Air Force Academy. He has
served as a squadron, group, wing, and agency commander.
His staff duties include three tours at Headquarters U.S. Air
Force, one tour with the Operations Directorate on the Joint
Staff, and one tour at Headquarters, Air Education and
Training Command. Prior to his current assignment, he was
the Commander, Air Force ISR Agency, Lackland AFB, Texas.
GEO I N T F O R E WO R D & G OV ERNM ENT PAV ILION STA G E
DR. DARRYL MURDOCK
Vice President of Professional Development, USGIF
Darryl brings to USGIF over 18 years experience
as a geosciences professional and remote
sensing scientist. Darryl’s robust practical
experience and detailed theoretical
understanding of commercial airborne and
satellite-based active imaging and passive sensors and sound
mapping science concepts has resulted in serveral
publications, including “Airborne DIAL (Differential Absorption
LiDAR) for broad area hazardous liquid leak detection.” Darryl
began his careers as a U.S. Army Aviation Officer, serving as
platoon leader and Battalion Flight Operations Officer. As
such he was resonsible for all aviation matters, including pilot
training, staffing, maintenance, and spares. Post service,
Darryl cof-founded Highland Geographic, a Geographic
Information Systems and remote sensing applications
development company.
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GO V ER N M E N T PAV I L I ON STA G E
PANELIST
NICOLE R. PIERCE
DR. LISA PORTER
Ms. Pierce was appointed as the Senior
Procurement Executive (SPE), Office of Contract
Services (OCS) at NGA under a joint duty
assignment. In this capacity, she is responsible
for management direction of NGA’s acquisition
system, including implementation of unique acquisition
policies, regulations, and standards. Ms. Pierce serves as the
Director of NGA’s interlocutor with external contract oversight
organizations and is a member of the Intelligence Community’s
Procurement Executives Council. Ms. Pierce also serves as the
Head of Contracting Activity. Previously, Ms. Pierce served at
the National Counterterrorism Center as its Chief Information
Officer and its Chief of Support and Business Manager. In 2007
she was named the Program Manager for the Director’s
Contractor Workforce Improvement Initiative and was
instrumental in implementing a broad range of improvements to
the Agency’s end-to-end acquisition system.
Dr. Lisa Porter is Executive Vice President and Director of
CosmiQ Works at In-Q-Tel. Prior to joining In-Q-Tel, Dr. Porter
was the president of Teledyne Scientific & Imaging, and before
that, she was the first director of the Intelligence Advanced
Research Projects Activity (IARPA) in the Office of the Director
of National Intelligence (ODNI). Prior to IARPA, Dr. Porter
served as the Associate Administrator for the Aeronautics
Research Mission Directorate at the National Aeronautics and
Space Administration (NASA), and before that, she served as a
program manager and senior scientist at the Defense Advanced
Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Dr. Porter has a bachelor’s
degree in nuclear engineering from the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology and a doctorate in applied physics from Stanford
University. She received the Office of the Secretary of Defense
Medal for Exceptional Public Service in 2005, the NASA
Outstanding Leadership Medal in 2008, the National Intelligence
Distinguished Service Medal in 2012, and the Presidential
Meritorious Rank Award in 2013.
Senior Procurement Executive, Office of Contract Services, NGA
Executive Vice President and Director of CosmiQ Works
GO V ER N M E N T PAV I L I ON STA G E
JUSTIN C. POOLE
GOVER NMENT PAVILION STAGE
Director, Xperience Directorate/Customer Service Portfolio Manager,
NGA
CHRIS RASMUSSEN
Mr. Poole is the Director, Xperience Directorate
(X), and is responsible for enhancing the user’s
experience through online, on-demand GEOINT
services that provide access to content,
expertise, and applications. Mr. Poole is also
dual-hatted as the Customer Service Portfolio Manager. Mr.
Poole returned to NGA from his second Joint Duty
Assignment (JDA) as the Associate Deputy Director IMINT,
NRO. Prior to this, Mr. Poole served as the Deputy Program
Manager for the NSG. In his first JDA, Mr. Poole served as the
Deputy Director for Mission Management, National
Counterterrorism Center. Mr. Poole was responsible for
developing the Counterterrorism Intelligence Plan which
served as the CT strategic plan for the IC. He also served as
the NGA Chief Architect and Deputy Director, Enterprise
Architecture and Engineering. Mr. Poole began his career at
the Defense Mapping Agency as a cartographer and
geospatial analyst.
Mr. Rasmussen is the architect behind the
Unclassified GEOINT Pathfinder initiative, which
aims to transform GEOINT into a discipline more
rooted in open source intelligence (OSINT) to
prepare for the rapid commercialization of
GEOINT. Mr. Rasmussen drove the initiative that made NGA
the first intelligence agency to open source software on
GitHub and place apps into iTunes and Google Play. Mr.
Rasmussen’s current role with public-facing collaborative
efforts grew from the campaign to maximize internal
information sharing within the United States Intelligence
Community (IC).
Source Software Development Lead, NGA Pathfinder, NGA
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KEY N O T E
MODER ATOR
BETTY J. SAPP
JIM SCIUTTO
Betty Sapp was appointed the 18th Director of
the National Reconnaissance Office (DNRO) on
July 6, 2012. The DNRO provides direction,
guidance, and supervision over all matters
pertaining to the NRO and executes other
authorities specifically delegated by the Secretary of Defense
and the Director of National Intelligence. Ms. Sapp began her
government career as a United States Air Force officer in a
variety of acquisition and financial management positions,
including: business management positions in the NRO;
Program Element Monitor at the Pentagon for the MILSTAR
system; Program Manager for the FLTSATCOM program at
the Space and Missile Systems Center in Los Angeles; and
manager of a joint-service development effort for the A-10
engine at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio.
Jim Sciutto in Chief National Security
Correspondent for CNN, based in Washington.
He served previously as Chief of Staff and
Senior Adviser to U.S. Ambassador to China
Gary Locke from 2011 to 2013. Prior to his time
in China, Sciutto was ABC News’ Senior Foreign
Correspondent. Based in London from 2002 to 2011 and then
in Washington, Sciutto reported from more than 50 countries
in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East,
including more than a dozen assignments each in Iraq,
Afghanistan and Iran. He contributed to all ABC News
broadcasts and platforms, including “World News,”
“Nightline” and “Good Morning America” and also anchored
“World News” and “Good Morning America.”
Director, NRO
Chief National Security Correspondent, CNN
PANELIST
DR. WALTER S. SCOTT
Founder, Chief Technical Officer, Executive Vice President,
DigitalGlobe
PAN EL I ST
ROBBIE SCHINGLER
Dr. Scott manages the development of
DigitalGlobe’s satellite systems, R&D, and
DigitalGlobe’s Platform and Services Business
Units. He founded DigitalGlobe in 1992 and
received the first high resolution commercial
remote sensing license from the U.S. Government in 1993.
Today, DigitalGlobe operates a 5-satellite imaging constellation
with the highest resolution, best revisit and greatest capacity in
the industry. From 1986 through 1992, Dr. Scott was with
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) where he led
the “Brilliant Pebbles” program, a constellation of small
(microsat) space based interceptors for the Strategic Defense
Initiative. Prior to LLNL, Dr. Scott founded Scott Consulting,
where he developed Unix networking subsystems, and a
pioneering email system utilizing public key encryption. Dr.
Scott was named Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young in
2004 for the Rocky Mountain Region in the Emerging
Technology category. He serves on the board of the Open
Geospatial Consortium (OGC).
Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Planet Labs
Robbie Schingler is the Co-Founder and Chief
Strategy Officer of Planet Labs. Prior to Planet
Labs, Robbie spent 9 years at NASA. He helped
to formulate the Small Spacecraft Office at
NASA Ames Research Center and was Capture
Manager for the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS).
Robbie had two tours at NASA Headquarters. He served as
NASA’s Open Government Representative to the White
House; and the White House recognized NASA as a model for
openness in government. Robbie also served on the founding
team as Chief of Staff for the Office of the Chief Technologist
at NASA – where he incubated $650M Space Technology
Program that focused on advanced technology. Robbie
received a MBA from Georgetown University, a Masters of
Science Space Studies from the International Space
University, and a BS in Engineering Physics from Santa Clara
University and was a 2005 Presidential Management Fellow.
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and the Bid Protest Committee. Bob has given numerous
presentations to the American Conference Institute (ACI) and
the ABA Bid Protest Committee on battlefield contracting and
bid protests and co-authored documents pertaining to teaming
agreements. Bob earned his undergraduate degree from the
University of Miami and his law degree from the University of
Akron. Bob’s outside activities include serving as Co-Chair
Evaluation Committee, Pennsylvania Special Olympics Summer
Games and Bob also serves on the Boys Hope Girls Hope
board in Aurora, Colorado.
PAN EL I ST
LT. GEN. JOHN N.T. “JACK” SHANAHAN
Director of Defense Intelligence for Warfighter Support, (OUSD(I))
Lieutenant General John N.T. (Jack) Shanahan is
the Director for Defense Intelligence (Warfighter
Support) (DDI (WS)), Office of the Under Secretary
of Defense for Intelligence, Pentagon, Washington
D.C. The DDI (WS) ensures Combatant
Commands (CCMD) have the intelligence policy, processes and
resources they need to plan and conduct successful operations
and campaigns. General Shanahan previously served as the
Commander, 25th Air Force, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland,
Texas. General Shanahan received his commission in 1984 as a
distinguished graduate of the ROTC program at the University
of Michigan. He has served in a variety of flying, staff and
command assignments. General Shanahan is a master
navigator with more than 2,800 flying hours in the F-4D/E/G,
F-15E and RC- 135. He is authorized to wear the master
intelligence occupational badge.
GOVER NMENT PAVILION STAGE
DANIEL TAKANE
GEOINT Solutions Marketplace, NGA
Daniel Takane is an acquisition strategist at NGA
with experience in financial management,
program management, and process analysis.
Daniel currently serves as the lead for the
GEOINT Solutions Marketplace. In his role of
leading the GSM, his team discovers and evaluates cutting
edge technologies in support of NGA and the Warfighter. He
aligns Portfolio needs with industry’s disruptive and innovative
solutions. Daniel is the focal point for monthly engagements
connecting industry with NGA Acquisition seniors. Daniel has
a Bachelor in Business Management from James Madison
University and a Masters in Systems Engineering from George
Washington University. He is a graduate of the Department of
Defense Civilian Emerging Leader Program.
GO V ER N M E N T PAV I L I ON STA G E
HEIDI A. SMITH
Deputy Director, Plans & Programs, NGA
Ms. Heidi A. Smith is the Deputy Director for
Plans and Programs at the National GeospatialIntelligence Agency (NGA) where she is
responsible for providing oversight of strategy,
policy, and performance management guidance
and planning. She also serves as the Business Services
Portfolio Manager ensuring the Agency’s business resources
and operations are maximized to meet NGA’s strategic goals
and objectives. Previously, Ms. Smith served as the Director,
Financial Systems and Business Process Solutions, Financial
Management Directorate and was responsible for managing
NGA’s financial business systems. She led the effort to
acquire the Organization Requirements & Budgeting
Information Tool (ORBIT), managed the GEOINT-Financials
application, and served as the NGA/NRO Application Service
Provider (NNASP) program manager.
GEOINT FOR EWOR D
DR. BRADFORD TOUSLEY
Director, Tactical Technology Office, DARPA
Dr. Bradford Tousley joined DARPA in January
2013 as the director of the Tactical Technology
Office (TTO). TTO prototypes advanced national
security capabilities by pursuing high payoff
tactical technology and development of
advanced weapons, platforms and space systems. From 2006
to 2013, he worked in the private sector at Logos Technologies.
As a company executive he was responsible for unmanned
airborne sensor technology, advanced imaging science, space
situational awareness and sensors, and software development.
Dr. Tousley served as a senior scientist and program manager
at DARPA from 1997-2006, creating and managing efforts in
unmanned systems, tactical missiles, radar systems and
advanced EO/IR sensor systems. Dr. Tousley holds a Bachelor
of Science from the United States Military Academy as well as
a Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical
Engineering from the University of Rochester.
GO V ER N M E N T PAV I L I ON STA G E
ROBERT J. STRAUSS
Senior Counsel, Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems;
USGIF Spatial Law and Policy Working Group
Robert J. Strauss is Senior Counsel for Raytheon
Intelligence and Information Systems in Aurora,
Colorado. Before assuming his current position,
Strauss served as General Counsel for HRBSystems, Inc., an E- Systems Company, in State
College, Pa. Bob previously also served as Division Counsel for
HRB- Singer, Inc. Mr. Strauss is a member of the Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Virginia bars. Strauss is currently Vice Chair of
the ABA Contract Claims and Disputes Resolution Committee
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MAS T E R O F C E R E M O NIES
K EY NOTE
DR. CHRISTOPHER K. TUCKER
THE HONORABLE STEPHEN P. WELBY
Dr. Tucker manages Yale House Ventures, a
portfolio of social ventures and technology
companies that span the worlds of energy,
geospatial, sensor, cyber-security, open source,
and social media technologies, across the
domains of defense/intelligence, international affairs, civilian
government, commercial industry, NGOs, and academe.
Tucker was previously Senior Vice President for the Americas
and National Programs at ERDAS, a leading technology
provider for geospatial exploitation, analysis, data
management/dissemination, information sharing and
collaboration across the defense, intelligence, civilian federal,
state/local and commercial sectors – worldwide.
Mr. Stephen P. Welby was confirmed as the
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and
Engineering (ASD(R&E)) on December 14, 2015,
and serves as the Chief Technology Officer for
the Department of Defense and the principal
advisor to the Secretary on all matters relating to science,
technology, research and engineering. As ASD(R&E), Mr.
Welby is responsible for the Department’s strategies and
supporting plans to develop and leverage the technologies
needed to ensure continued U.S. technological superiority. He
provides leadership to, and establishes policy and guidance
for, the development and execution of the DoD Research and
Engineering program. He oversees matters from basic science
and capability prototyping to research and engineering at the
Department’s laboratories, promotes coordination and
cooperation across the DoD and between the DoD and other
federal and non-federal agencies and organizations, and
ensures technical exchange with allied and friendly nations.
Principal, Yale House Ventures
Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering
GO V ER N M E N T PAV I L I ON STA G E
MISTY TULLAR
Director of Plans and Programs, NGA
Ms. Misty Tullar serves as the Director of Plans
and Programs of the National GeospatialIntelligence Agency. As a member of NGA’s
command leadership team, she provides
oversight for the execution and development of
strategic direction, policy, guidance, and planning. She also
guides the development and management of future
capabilities and technologies supporting GEOINT
requirements and provides oversight to NGA Portfolio
Managers to ensure agency-wide integration in support of
strategic goals. Prior to this assignment, Tullar was the
agency’s Chief Financial Executive, where she was
responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the
Financial Management (FM) Directorate to include planning,
organizing, directing and implementing program evaluation,
budgeting, financial management, cost analysis, manpower,
management analysis, and financial reporting activities.
PANELIST
B. LYNN WRIGHT
Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence
Ms. Wright is the Deputy Director of Naval
Intelligence. In this position, she supports the
Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information
Dominance / Director of Naval Intelligence
(OPNAV N2/N6) in delivering comprehensive
substantive intelligence to Navy leadership, overseeing
intelligence activities within the Navy, representing the Navy
within the Intelligence Community, creating Naval Intelligence
policy, and performing policy oversight functions. She was
appointed to the Defense Intelligence Senior Executive
Service in June 2013. Ms. Wright has a background in
operational and tactical intelligence support and strategic
policy development experience in the Office of the Secretary
of Defense (OSD), the Joint Staff, Office of the Director of
National Intelligence, Naval Intelligence, NATO (Afghanistan),
theater commands and combat support agencies. Ms. Wright
graduated from Old Dominion University (1984, BA in political
science), George Mason University (2000, MA in
telecommunications), and the Industrial College of the Armed
Forces (2012, MS in national resource strategy).
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AWARDS PROGRAM
The USGIF Awards Program annually recognizes the exceptional work of the geospatial intelligence tradecraft’s brightest minds and
innovative organizations. The awards are presented to applicants selected by the USGIF Awards Subcommittee during the annual
GEOINT Symposium. Highlighting the achievements of those within the global GEOINT Community, the awards program also boosts
morale, inspires the community, and increases interest in the field.
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
MILITARY ACHIEVEMENT
This award for academic achievement recognizes an
individual, research project, academic program, or
department that has made great strides in geospatial
intelligence or a related field. Individuals or programs at
the K-12, undergraduate, graduate, and doctorate levels
are all encouraged to apply. New breakthroughs in projects
or programs, research and development, academic
achievement, and published writing are some of the many
eligible examples of work to nominate for this award category.
This award recognizes exceptional GEOINT accomplishments
by an individual or team from the military service branches or
the Department of Defense that contributes to the increased
effectiveness of national security. Geospatial intelligence has
become a must-have for mission planning, rehearsal, action,
decision-making, and more. From the services down to the
units, interesting and important GEOINT activities are taking
place and deserve wide recognition. All U.S. and international
military groups are encouraged to apply.
COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACHIEVEMENT
ARTHUR C. LUNDAHL-THOMAS C. FINNIE LIFETIME
ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
The USGIF Community Support Award recognizes an individual
or team for outstanding staff, contract, proposal administrative,
or program management support. Project managers, executive
assistants, proposal managers, contracts managers, and
support staff from government, military, or industry can and
should be recognized for their critical work.
The Arthur C. Lundahl-Thomas C. Finnie Lifetime
Achievement Award is presented, upon nomination and
vote by the USGIF Board of Directors, to an influential
member of the geospatial intelligence community who has
dedicated much of his or her life’s work to the tradecraft.
This distinguished award recognizes contributions made by
both Arthur C. Lundahl and Thomas C. Finnie, and celebrates
their accomplishments—in imagery analysis and mapping,
respectively—and their legacy within the GEOINT Community.
GOVERNMENT ACHIEVEMENT
This award recognizes outstanding accomplishments by
an individual or team from government organizations,
departments, or offices that significantly enhance mission
effectiveness using GEOINT-related capabilities. Local, state,
federal, and international government groups are encouraged
to apply, to include Intelligence Community agencies,
executive branch organizations, and others.
Previous winners of USGIF’s Arthur C. LundahlThomas C. Finnie Lifetime Achievement Award include:
2015 Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach
2013 Ms. Roberta “Bobbi” Lenczowski
2012 Mr. Penman R. “Red” Gilliam
2011 LTG Paul E. Menoher
2010 Mr. Jack Dangermond
2009 Mr. Charles E. “Charlie” Allen
2008 Mr. R. Evans Hineman
2007 The Honorable James R. Clapper
2006 The Honorable Jeffrey K. Harris
2005 Mr. William R. Allder Jr.
2004 Dr. Leo Hazlewood
INDUSTRY ACHIEVEMENT
This award recognizes an individual or a team at a company
that has made an outstanding achievement building,
deploying, implementing, managing, or utilizing geospatial
intelligence services, solutions, and technologies. Whether
a large systems integrator, a midsize corporation, a small
business, or a startup, all are encouraged to apply and gain
recognition for their GEOINT work.
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2016 USGIF AWARD WINNERS!
ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
COMMUNITY SUPPORT ACHIEVEMENT
The Geospatial Semester
James Madison University
Exemplar City Inc.
Exemplar City, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit established by Huntsville,
Ala., Mayor Tommy Battle, assists local governments in
preparing, responding, mitigating, and avoiding natural/
manmade disasters through planned resilience. Exemplar
City’s peer-to-peer collaboration brings municipal
stakeholders together to build safe, secure, and sustainable
communities. Exemplar City partners with Geo Huntsville,
and together they use technology instruction and field-based
data gathering, and interface with experts to bring geospatial
technology advances to governmental officials throughout the
nation. In 2014, they launched the Blueprint for Safety pilot to
increase multi-jurisdictional information sharing and enhance
situational awareness among agencies to improve rapid
disaster response and sustained recovery.
The Geospatial Semester is an innovative dual enrollment
partnership between James Madison University and school
districts across Virginia. Participating students learn about
geospatial technologies and apply them to local and global
problems. Students can earn up to six credits at JMU,
which are transferable to the school of their choice. Since
its inception in 2005, nearly 3,000 students have earned
credit for the class and have gone on to a variety of careers
including geospatial intelligence.
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GOVERNMENT ACHIEVEMENT
MILITARY ACHIEVEMENT
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USSOCOM
Gunnery Sgt. Bocanegra
deployed in support of
Operation Inherent Resolve
from July 2015 to January
2016. During the deployment,
Bocanegra increased
operational allocation of
intelligence, surveillance, and
reconnaissance (ISR) assets
by more than 300 percent. In
total, he acquired over 3,500
hours of ISR collection supporting six different units spanning
an area of more than 200,000 square kilometers. Bocanegra
created and disseminated more than 100 specialized imagery
and topographic products in support of deliberate targeting
efforts. He continually mentored six units in the utilization of
measurement & signature intelligence in order to leverage
ongoing national technical means collection efforts in support
of intelligence preparation of the environment. As a result, the
units struck 25 deliberate targets and created 30 additional
developmental targets for follow on actions, maintaining
pressure on ISIL.
The Santa Clara County Fire Department's iMAP Team
developed an enterprise GEOINT system to successfully
manage all fire and medical service operations throughout
Super Bowl 50. The iMap Team was able to integrate 911/
Computer-Aided Dispatch information, map special events
throughout the region, monitor resource availability, view GIS
layers including near real-time imagery, and analyze data
trends. This system provided the Santa Clara County MultiAgency Coordination Center with a true GEOINT decision and
situational awareness platform, allowing decision-makers to
keep informed on current activity and make decisions faster
than ever before.
INDUSTRY ACHIEVEMENT
ABACO R&D Team
ABACO SpA
ABACO, a European company
based in the United Kingdom and
Italy, specializes in advanced geospatial
intelligence data processing and portrayal
techniques. In 2016, its R&D department
designed a new augmented reality (AR) "Farm
Visor," to help the farming community easily
access big data. Integrated with an advanced
3D processing server, Farm Visor facilitates location of plots,
visualization of attributes, and consumption of services
to manage farming activities. The AR solution can further
benefit from a new agricultural portal, Project groundSITE,
which supports decision-making, farm agenda management,
controlled chemicals spraying, and water consumption
control. The R&D Team members include Oreste Tommasi,
Alberto Bignotti, and Alessandro Zilocchi.
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2015 USGIF SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
In 2015, USGIF awarded scholarships to 24 students to
include five Ph.D. candidates, six graduate students, six
undergraduates, and seven graduating high school seniors.
The USGIF Scholarship Program advances the GEOINT
tradecraft by granting scholarships to promising students
pursuing degrees in the geospatial sciences or a related field.
In total, USGIF has awarded $891,000 in scholarship funds
since the program began in 2004.
MONICA MEDEL
Texas State University
Geographic Information Science
After more than 10 years working as a foreign
correspondent in Latin America covering
drug smuggling and cartel violence, Medel became deeply
interested in the diverging patterns of transnational crime.
Her main focus is developing models to better understand
spatiotemporal patterns of drug trafficking while introducing
policy constraints into the analysis.
Each undergraduate, graduate, and doctorate awardee
receives $5,000, while high school seniors receive $2,000
toward their education. All scholarship recipients were
selected by USGIF’s Scholarship Subcommittee, which
evaluated applicants based on academic and professional
excellence.
TAYLOR OSHAN
Arizona State University
Geography
Oshan is a research assistant at Arizona State
University’s GeoDa Center for Geospatial
Analysis and Computation. His research focus is on the
specification and implementation of models for statistical
analysis of big movement data and urban planning
applications. While completing his bachelor’s and master’s
degrees, Oshan studied geography, GIS, spatial data analysis,
and computational modeling.
D O C T O R AT E
CRYSTAL ENGLISH
San Diego State University/
University of California, Santa Barbara
Geography & Geographic Information Science
English is researching the development of multidimensional geospatial and temporal attribute data models
to assess location vulnerability. She is certified in crime and
intelligence analysis by the California Department of Justice
and is a veteran of the U.S. Army Signals Intelligence Service.
GR ADUATE
CHRISTOPHER S. BEDDOW
University of Washington
Geographic Information Systems
Beddow is a 2011 distinguished military
graduate of Santa Clara University. He earned a
bachelor’s degree in political science and Arabic, Islamic, and
Middle Eastern studies. In May 2011, he was commissioned
as an infantry officer in the U.S. Army as a platoon leader,
operations officer, and logistics officer. He was honorably
discharged in August 2015 and is now pursuing a master’s
degree in geographic information systems.
MORTEZA KARIMZADEH
Pennsylvania State University
Geography
Karimzadeh is a graduate research assistant
at the GeoVISTA Center at Pennsylvania State
University. His research interests include geographic information
retrieval and geovisual analytics, as well as their Big Data
applications. His work bridges cognitive aspects of place, its
definition and ontology, and computational methods to detect,
disambiguate, and geolocate places in unstructured text.
SETH BISHOP
University of Utah
Geography
RON MAHABIR
Bishop’s master thesis examines spatial
access and local demand for emergency
medical services, and also evaluates these metrics alongside
response times and patient survivability rates. This work was
inspired by a previous stint in the Altiplano region of Bolivia,
where he conducted research on emergency medical services
in the city of Cochabamba.
George Mason University
Earth Systems & Geoinformation Science
Mahabir received a bachelor’s degree in
computing and information systems from the
University of London and a master’s degree in geoinformatics
with distinction from the University of the West Indies.
His research interest lies in the fusion of open sources of
information for automated slum detection and mapping in
less developed countries.
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2015 USGIF SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
UNDER GR ADUATE
STEVEN GILBERT
Pennsylvania State University
Geographic Information Systems
SARAH CAMPBELL
West Virginia University
Geography/Geographic Information Systems
& Spanish
Gilbert has more than five years of experience
conducting geospatial analysis in support
of national security and international development, and
specializes in using open-source information to understand
human geography in remote and dangerous locations.
While pursuing his master’s degree, Steven works as a GIS
specialist with Chenega Applied Solutions and Engineering,
supporting the U.S. Agency for International Development.
Campbell is an intern with the West Virginia
GIS Technical Center and is interested in GIS, data analysis,
statistics, computer science, and global affairs. She hopes
to develop quick and effective decision-making methods
combining a variety of data sets in a usable, sustainable,
quantifiable, and visual format for the common user.
BRIDGET KANE
CHARLOTTE ECTOR
University of Pennsylvania School of Design
Urban Spatial Analytics
University of South Carolina
Geography
Kane’s research focuses on spatiotemporal data
mining to address social network discovery.
She received her bachelor’s degree from the University
of Pittsburgh and previously interned with the National
Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. Kane is interested in urban
environments and predictive analytics, and hopes to use her
background in support of the Intelligence Community mission.
Ector is a GIS student interested in geospatial
applications for researching and analyzing
history, politics, and diplomacy. She is researching German
and Austrian community awareness of concentration camps
during World War II. Ector also studies German and Russian,
and looks forward to combining GIS skills with an aptitude for
foreign languages as a federal employee.
JOEL MAX
JORY FLEMING
Pennsylvania State University
Geospatial Intelligence Applications
University of South Carolina
Geography & Marine Science
Max graduated from Colorado State University
with a bachelor’s degree in political science and
international studies, focusing on North Africa and the Middle
East with research interests in counterterrorism, nuclear
deterrence, and Middle Eastern history. His current research
interests revolve around GIS technologies as they relate to
activity-based intelligence and natural language processing.
Fleming’s core interests are Big Data analysis
to solve the problems facing the world’s oceans
and developing novel modeling methods to predict future
intelligence scenarios. With anthropogenic impacts altering
the ocean environment and increasing competition for marine
resources and water, Fleming aims to become an expert in
“blue” GEOINT.
AISHWARYA VENKAT
COURTNEY KOCH
Tufts University
Environmental and Water Resources Engineering
Harrisburg University
Geospatial Technology
Venkat received her bachelor’s degree in
biological systems engineering from Virginia
Polytechnic Institute and State University. Her thesis
leverages remote sensing tools to assess aquifer vulnerability
to pesticides in Vellore, India. Her geospatial analysis will be
translated into a decision support system to empower farmers
to grow sustainably.
Koch works at Harrisburg University’s
Geospatial Lab where she scans, georeferences,
and digitizes maps of anthracite coal mines for the
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
Additionally, she worked with the Harrisburg Fire Department
and Harrisburg Police Department to create a fire response
analysis map and crime analysis map, respectively.
JEFFREY SHERWOOD
Washington College
International Studies
Sherwood developed an interest in geospatial
studies through the Washington College GIS lab.
He has applied his GIS interest and skills in two internships
with the U.S. federal government. He plans to further his
education in the field and build a GIS career in the national
security sector.
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2015 USGIF SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS
ELIJAH STAPLE
ANDY FLEMING
University of Colorado, Boulder
Computer Science
Dominion High School; Sterling, Va.
Now attending Texas A&M University, West Texas
After interning at two Silicon Valley companies,
Staple gained a strong interest in the deep
machine learning systems used for Big Data analysis and
hidden pattern recognition. After college, he plans to employ
these advanced computational techniques to the geospatial
field to provide more detailed, relevant feedback from large
data sets.
Fleming discovered GIS when his high school
offered a dual enrollment course with James
Madison University. After taking the class for one year he
was hooked. He studies geographic information science and
technology and hopes to transfer to Texas A&M, College
Station, in fall 2016.
COLIN FLYNN
Heritage High School; Leesburg, Va.
Now attending Northern Virginia Community College
GRADU AT I N G H I G H SCHOOL SENIORS
In a dual enrollment GIS class through James
Madison University (JMU), Flynn learned the
importance of GIS and its endless applications. For his final
project, he created maps to visualize the quick spread of ISIS
attacks and performed analysis to predict potential sites of
future attacks. He hopes to transfer to JMU in 2017 to pursue
a bachelor’s degree in GIS.
ELIZABETH CADY VAN
ASSENDELFT
Robert E. Lee High School; Staunton, Va.
Now attending Yale University
Van Assendelft participated in a dual enrollment
GIS course through the Shenandoah Valley Governor’s School
and James Madison University (JMU). Her research project
used mapping technology to track the territories of migratory
red-eyed vireos. Her project received second place in JMU’s
geospatial semester poster contest
DANIEL GURLEY
South Lakes High School; Reston, Va.
Now attending James Madison University
Gurley previously interned with GIS & Mapping
Services within the Fairfax County Department
of Information Technology, where he gained hands-on
experience with digitizing features and completing fieldwork
in local parks. He is pursuing a degree in geographic science
with dual concentrations in applied geographic information
science and environmental conservation, sustainability,
and development.
KYLE BATHGATE
Carbondale Community High School; Carbondale, Ill.
Now attending the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
Since he was a child, Bathgate has been
fascinated by maps, Google Earth, and the relationship
between humans and the environment. He recently graduated
with valedictorian honors and now studies civil engineering.
CHRISTINA BOHNET
South Lakes High School; Reston, Va.
Now attending Calvin College
Bohnet is a double major in Japanese and
geography. She became interested in geospatial
topics after taking a dual enrollment course in GIS through
James Madison University. Over the summer, she worked
as a student contractor at the U.S. Geological Survey. Her
interests include analyses of Japan, geological GIS, and
linguistic or dialectal GIS.
KELLY CARNEY
South Lakes High School; Reston, Va.
Now attending Virginia Polytechnic Institute
and State University
Carney’s interest in geospatial intelligence began
when she took a geospatial analysis class her senior year of
high school. There are a variety of areas she has an interest
in pursuing including post-disaster relief, urban planning,
national security, and human and physical geography.
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EXHIBITOR INDEX (alphabetical)
21AT��������������������������������������������������������2138
CARIS USA������������������������������������������������523
Eternix Ltd.����������������������������������������������1406
ABACO group��������������������������������������������618
Evident.io��������������������������������������������������623
ABSc/SYNTASA������������������������������������������718
Cartography and Geographic
Information Society������������������������������������214
AC4S ��������������������������������������������������������515
CDW-G������������������������������������������������������218
ExtraHop Networks����������������������������������1437
Accenture Federal Services����������������������1929
CHC Navigation������������������������������������������620
EZGovOpps������������������������������������������������638
Adobe������������������������������������������������������1609
Churchill Navigation��������������������������������1521
Advanced Scientific Concepts��������������������439
AECOM����������������������������������������������������1121
Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)������2007
Airborne Resources Inc. ����������������������������822
Airbus Defense and Space ������������������������421
Alfresco ��������������������������������������������������1910
Altair��������������������������������������������������������2232
Altamira Technologies������������������������������1217
Amazon Web Services�����������������������������2301
American Military University����������������������204
AMX by HARMAN ������������������������������������2305
Analytical Graphics Inc.����������������������������1232
APEX Expert Solutions��������������������������������438
Apigee Corporation����������������������������������1936
Applied Imagery��������������������������������������1307
Applied Research Associates ������������������1431
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard company����������2302
ASD Inc., A PANalytical company��������������2139
Aspera, an IBM Company������������������������2205
AT&T�������������������������������������������������������2335
Avenza Systems Inc.��������������������������������2038
AvePoint Public Sector Inc.����������������������1934
Axway�����������������������������������������������������1637
BAE Systems ������������������������������������������1128
Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.��������1401
Basis Technology ������������������������������������1935
Bentley Systems��������������������������������������2233
Cisco Systems Inc.����������������������������������1801
Citrix��������������������������������������������������������2039
ClearTerra��������������������������������������������������222
Cleversafe Inc., an IBM Company��������������935
Cloudera��������������������������������������������������1435
CompassData Inc.������������������������������������1335
COMPUSULT��������������������������������������������1821
Compusult Systems Inc.��������������������������1009
Comtech TCS (formerly
TeleCommunication Systems - TCS)��������1809
Concurrent Technologies Corporation��������936
Consolidated Resource Imaging��������������1037
COPT Data Center Solutions����������������������319
Corning Incorporated ������������������������������1530
Cray��������������������������������������������������������1305
Crunchy Data Solutions Inc. ��������������������1414
CSRA ������������������������������������������������������1415
CSTARS & ASF ������������������������������������������215
Cubic Global Defense��������������������������������209
Cyviz���������������������������������������������������������715
Databricks ����������������������������������������������2238
DataFission����������������������������������������������1939
Dataguise Inc.������������������������������������������1535
Datawatch ����������������������������������������������2304
DDN Storage��������������������������������������������2001
Dell Inc. ��������������������������������������������������1409
Delta State University��������������������������������105
Exhibitor Services������������������������������������134
F5 Networks��������������������������������������������1534
FireEye����������������������������������������������������1739
First Mile Geo��������������������������������������������615
GATR Technologies������������������������������������637
General Dynamics��������������������������������������201
Geo Owl��������������������������������������������������1215
GEOBowl ��������������������������������������������������228
GeoFeedia�����������������������������������������������1938
Geographic Services Inc.��������������������������1817
GeoNorth LLC��������������������������������������������714
George Mason University,
College of Science ������������������������������������534
Geoweb3d ����������������������������������������������2100
Gigamon��������������������������������������������������1834
GISCafe.Com ��������������������������������������������220
Government Pavilion Stage ������������������2317
Harris Corporation��������������������������������������828
Headwall Photonics Inc.��������������������������1035
HERE ������������������������������������������������������1623
Hewlett Packard Enterprise����������������������1721
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Software ������1729
HumanGeo������������������������������������������������315
HyTrust����������������������������������������������������1733
i3 ICS LLC������������������������������������������������2133
IBM����������������������������������������������������������1018
IC DTE ����������������������������������������������������2014
ICES����������������������������������������������������������716
ikeGPS����������������������������������������������������1639
Bloomberg LP������������������������������������������2338
Department of Geography University of Utah��������������������������������������103
Blue Coat��������������������������������������������������420
Dewberry������������������������������������������������1408
Infoblox Federal ��������������������������������������1539
Blue Marble Geographics������������������������2034
Diffeo��������������������������������������������������������721
InQuisient������������������������������������������������1533
BlueCat������������������������������������������������������333
Digital Map Products Inc. ������������������������1529
Insitu Inc.������������������������������������������������1507
BMC��������������������������������������������������������1602
Digital Reasoning��������������������������������������838
InTec LLC��������������������������������������������������820
The Boeing Company��������������������������������913
DigitalGlobe ��������������������������������������������1103
Intelligent Software Solutions Inc.������������2234
Booz Allen Hamilton ��������������������������������1601
DLT Solutions������������������������������������������2101
Intergraph Government Solutions������������1012
Boundless Spatial Inc.������������������������������1628
Dun & Bradstreet ������������������������������������2235
International Spy Museum ����������������������1322
Braxton Science & Technology Group ������1314
Dynamic Aviation ��������������������������������������216
KeyW Corporation������������������������������������1008
Brocade Communications������������������������1604
Dynamic Graphics Inc. ����������������������������2332
Kongsberg Geospatial������������������������������1315
C2S Consulting Group��������������������������������519
Earth Imaging Journal������������������������������2333
LAND INFO Mapping Worldwide LLC����������907
C4ISR & Networks and Defense News������1505
Echosec����������������������������������������������������621
Learning Tree International����������������������1339
CA Technologies��������������������������������������1439
EnterpriseDB ��������������������������������������������538
Leidos�������������������������������������������������������703
Carahsoft Technology Corp.����������������������1629
Envitia Inc.����������������������������������������������2134
Level 3 Communications��������������������������1235
CARDIO������������������������������������������������������937
Esri������������������������������������������������������������600
LexisNexis ����������������������������������������������1617
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Image Matters LLC����������������������������������1516
EXHIBITOR INDEX (alphabetical)
LGS Innovations��������������������������������������2202
Penn State World Campus������������������������1815
Spatial Networks Inc.��������������������������������428
Liferay Inc.����������������������������������������������1835
Pentaho ��������������������������������������������������1839
Spectra Logic��������������������������������������������329
LizardTech ������������������������������������������������414
PernixData����������������������������������������������1538
Splunk ����������������������������������������������������1531
LocationTech ��������������������������������������������314
Phelps2020 Inc.����������������������������������������619
SRC Inc.��������������������������������������������������1438
Lockheed Martin����������������������������������������919
Pictometry, an EagleView company������������334
SRI International��������������������������������������1511
LogRhythm����������������������������������������������1503
Pitney Bowes��������������������������������������������332
SwiftStack ������������������������������������������������816
Lookout Mobile Security��������������������������1837
PIXIA Corp.������������������������������������������������629
Symantec������������������������������������������������1536
Los Alamos National Laboratory��������������1921
PlanetRisk (formerly iMapData)����������������1420
Tableau Software������������������������������������1832
Luciad ����������������������������������������������������1320
PLW Modelworks ������������������������������������2203
TASC, An Engility Company������������������������929
Mapbox ����������������������������������������������������611
Point Duty������������������������������������������������1908
TeachMeGIS����������������������������������������������622
MapLarge������������������������������������������������1828
Provalis Research��������������������������������������536
Teledyne Technologies ����������������������������1036
MarkLogic Corporation����������������������������1608
PTFS����������������������������������������������������������415
TerraGo����������������������������������������������������1722
Maryland Department of Commerce��������2008
Quantum Corporation��������������������������������422
Terran Orbital��������������������������������������������723
MathWorks������������������������������������������������430
Radiance Technologies Inc.����������������������1416
Textron Systems��������������������������������������1402
MDA��������������������������������������������������������1329
RadiantBlue ����������������������������������������������317
The EMC Federation��������������������������������1735
Mellanox Federal Systems ����������������������1321
Rapid7������������������������������������������������������535
MemSQL�������������������������������������������������1514
Raytheon Company����������������������������������1226
The Hydrographic Society
of America (THSOA) ����������������������������������202
Mesosphere����������������������������������������������517
Recorded Future��������������������������������������1303
Micron Technology����������������������������������1317
Red Hat ��������������������������������������������������1718
MotionDSP������������������������������������������������331
Red Hen Systems LLC��������������������������������814
National Geospatial-Intelligence
Agency (NGA)������������������������������������������2027
RIEGL��������������������������������������������������������323
National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) ����2015
Rugged Portable Computers (MaxVision)���� 539
National System for Geospatial
Intelligence (NSG)������������������������������������2021
S2 Analytical Solutions������������������������������720
Netlocity����������������������������������������������������338
SAIC����������������������������������������������������������328
NetScout��������������������������������������������������1434
SailPoint / CloudGov Technologies��������������818
New Relic������������������������������������������������1638
SanDisk ����������������������������������������������������435
Nimble Storage����������������������������������������1736
SAP National Security Services (SAP NS2)��2035
NITAAC����������������������������������������������������2022
SAS ��������������������������������������������������������1903
Riverside Research����������������������������������1309
Safe Software������������������������������������������1900
Tom Sawyer Software��������������������������������616
TomTom����������������������������������������������������634
TransVoyant��������������������������������������������1914
Tresys������������������������������������������������������2239
Trident Systems Inc.��������������������������������1221
TVAR Solutions������������������������������������������416
U.S. Census Bureau ��������������������������������2020
University of Denver����������������������������������206
University of Mary Washington ������������������521
University of Southern California����������������111
Ursa Space Systems��������������������������������1219
UrtheCast��������������������������������������������������221
USGIF (United States Geospatial
Intelligence Foundation)�������������������������901
NJVC ��������������������������������������������������������529
SBG Systems��������������������������������������������335
Northeastern University������������������������������107
SDL Government Inc. ������������������������������1528
Northrop Grumman����������������������������������1201
Seagate Government Solutions����������������1421
Novetta������������������������������������������������������608
Video Inform����������������������������������������������722
ServiceNow Inc.��������������������������������������1738
NTT DATA Corporation��������������������������������336
ViON Corporation ������������������������������������1902
Show Management Office ����������������������124
Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) ����1915
Visallo��������������������������������������������������������717
Sigma Space Corporation������������������������1515
Observera Inc. ����������������������������������������1904
VMware ��������������������������������������������������1838
SitScape��������������������������������������������������1429
Vormetric Inc.������������������������������������������1634
OGSystems����������������������������������������������1715
Skyline Software Systems Inc. ����������������1714
Voyager Search ��������������������������������������1422
OmniEarth Inc.������������������������������������������614
Skyport Systems��������������������������������������1632
Vricon������������������������������������������������������1115
Oracle National Security Group��������������401
Software AG Government Solutions������������905
Washington College ����������������������������������109
ORBCOMM������������������������������������������������321
Solers Inc.������������������������������������������������2002
what3words����������������������������������������������617
Orbit Logic����������������������������������������������1615
Solvarus Consulting Services ��������������������719
Woolpert��������������������������������������������������1619
Palo Alto Networks����������������������������������2102
Space Dynamics Laboratory����������������������208
PAR Government����������������������������������������432
SpaceKnow Inc.��������������������������������������1007
ZODIAC DATA SYSTEMS ZODIAC AEROSPACE ������������������������������1136
49
USGS / Civil Applications Committee��������1909
Vencore ��������������������������������������������������1703
EXHIBITOR INDEX (by booth number)
Department of Geography University of Utah��������������������������������������103
SanDisk ����������������������������������������������������435
Harris Corporation��������������������������������������828
APEX Expert Solutions��������������������������������438
Digital Reasoning��������������������������������������838
Delta State University��������������������������������105
Advanced Scientific Concepts��������������������439
Northeastern University������������������������������107
AC4S ��������������������������������������������������������515
USGIF (United States Geospatial
Intelligence Foundation)�������������������������901
Washington College ����������������������������������109
Mesosphere����������������������������������������������517
Software AG Government Solutions������������905
C2S Consulting Group��������������������������������519
LAND INFO Mapping Worldwide LLC����������907
University of Mary Washington ������������������521
The Boeing Company��������������������������������913
CARIS USA������������������������������������������������523
Lockheed Martin����������������������������������������919
NJVC ��������������������������������������������������������529
TASC, An Engility Company������������������������929
George Mason University,
College of Science ������������������������������������534
Cleversafe Inc., an IBM Company��������������935
Rapid7������������������������������������������������������535
CARDIO������������������������������������������������������937
Provalis Research��������������������������������������536
SpaceKnow Inc.��������������������������������������1007
EnterpriseDB ��������������������������������������������538
KeyW Corporation������������������������������������1008
Rugged Portable Computers (MaxVision)���� 539
Compusult Systems Inc.��������������������������1009
Esri������������������������������������������������������������600
Intergraph Government Solutions������������1012
Novetta������������������������������������������������������608
IBM����������������������������������������������������������1018
Mapbox ����������������������������������������������������611
Headwall Photonics Inc.��������������������������1035
OmniEarth Inc.������������������������������������������614
Teledyne Technologies ����������������������������1036
First Mile Geo��������������������������������������������615
Consolidated Resource Imaging��������������1037
Tom Sawyer Software��������������������������������616
DigitalGlobe ��������������������������������������������1103
what3words����������������������������������������������617
Vricon������������������������������������������������������1115
ABACO group��������������������������������������������618
AECOM����������������������������������������������������1121
Phelps2020 Inc.����������������������������������������619
BAE Systems ������������������������������������������1128
CHC Navigation������������������������������������������620
RadiantBlue ����������������������������������������������317
Echosec����������������������������������������������������621
ZODIAC DATA SYSTEMS ZODIAC AEROSPACE ������������������������������1136
COPT Data Center Solutions����������������������319
TeachMeGIS����������������������������������������������622
Northrop Grumman����������������������������������1201
ORBCOMM������������������������������������������������321
Evident.io��������������������������������������������������623
Geo Owl��������������������������������������������������1215
RIEGL��������������������������������������������������������323
PIXIA Corp.������������������������������������������������629
Altamira Technologies������������������������������1217
SAIC����������������������������������������������������������328
TomTom����������������������������������������������������634
Ursa Space Systems��������������������������������1219
Spectra Logic��������������������������������������������329
GATR Technologies������������������������������������637
Trident Systems Inc.��������������������������������1221
MotionDSP������������������������������������������������331
EZGovOpps������������������������������������������������638
Raytheon Company����������������������������������1226
Pitney Bowes��������������������������������������������332
Leidos�������������������������������������������������������703
Analytical Graphics Inc.����������������������������1232
BlueCat������������������������������������������������������333
GeoNorth LLC��������������������������������������������714
Level 3 Communications��������������������������1235
Pictometry, an EagleView company������������334
Cyviz���������������������������������������������������������715
Recorded Future��������������������������������������1303
SBG Systems��������������������������������������������335
ICES����������������������������������������������������������716
Cray��������������������������������������������������������1305
NTT DATA Corporation��������������������������������336
Visallo��������������������������������������������������������717
Applied Imagery��������������������������������������1307
Netlocity����������������������������������������������������338
ABSc/SYNTASA������������������������������������������718
Riverside Research����������������������������������1309
Oracle National Security Group��������������401
Solvarus Consulting Services ��������������������719
Braxton Science & Technology Group ������1314
LizardTech ������������������������������������������������414
S2 Analytical Solutions������������������������������720
Kongsberg Geospatial������������������������������1315
PTFS����������������������������������������������������������415
Diffeo��������������������������������������������������������721
Micron Technology����������������������������������1317
TVAR Solutions������������������������������������������416
Video Inform����������������������������������������������722
Luciad ����������������������������������������������������1320
Blue Coat��������������������������������������������������420
Terran Orbital��������������������������������������������723
Mellanox Federal Systems ����������������������1321
Airbus Defense and Space ������������������������421
Red Hen Systems LLC��������������������������������814
International Spy Museum ����������������������1322
Quantum Corporation��������������������������������422
SwiftStack ������������������������������������������������816
MDA��������������������������������������������������������1329
Spatial Networks Inc.��������������������������������428
SailPoint / CloudGov Technologies��������������818
CompassData Inc.������������������������������������1335
MathWorks������������������������������������������������430
InTec LLC��������������������������������������������������820
Learning Tree International����������������������1339
PAR Government����������������������������������������432
Airborne Resources Inc. ����������������������������822
Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.��������1401
University of Southern California����������������111
Show Management Office ����������������������124
Exhibitor Services������������������������������������134
General Dynamics��������������������������������������201
The Hydrographic Society
of America (THSOA) ����������������������������������202
American Military University����������������������204
University of Denver����������������������������������206
Space Dynamics Laboratory����������������������208
Cubic Global Defense��������������������������������209
Cartography and Geographic
Information Society������������������������������������214
CSTARS & ASF ������������������������������������������215
Dynamic Aviation ��������������������������������������216
CDW-G������������������������������������������������������218
GISCafe.Com ��������������������������������������������220
UrtheCast��������������������������������������������������221
ClearTerra��������������������������������������������������222
GEOBowl ��������������������������������������������������228
LocationTech ��������������������������������������������314
HumanGeo������������������������������������������������315
50
Concurrent Technologies Corporation��������936
EXHIBITOR INDEX (by booth number)
Textron Systems��������������������������������������1402
Boundless Spatial Inc.������������������������������1628
Basis Technology ������������������������������������1935
Eternix Ltd.����������������������������������������������1406
Carahsoft Technology Corp.����������������������1629
Apigee Corporation����������������������������������1936
Dewberry������������������������������������������������1408
Skyport Systems��������������������������������������1632
GeoFeedia�����������������������������������������������1938
Dell Inc. ��������������������������������������������������1409
Vormetric Inc.������������������������������������������1634
DataFission����������������������������������������������1939
Crunchy Data Solutions Inc. ��������������������1414
Axway�����������������������������������������������������1637
DDN Storage��������������������������������������������2001
CSRA ������������������������������������������������������1415
New Relic������������������������������������������������1638
Solers Inc.������������������������������������������������2002
Radiance Technologies Inc.����������������������1416
ikeGPS����������������������������������������������������1639
Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)������2007
PlanetRisk (formerly iMapData)����������������1420
Vencore ��������������������������������������������������1703
Maryland Department of Commerce��������2008
Seagate Government Solutions����������������1421
Skyline Software Systems Inc. ����������������1714
IC DTE ����������������������������������������������������2014
Voyager Search ��������������������������������������1422
OGSystems����������������������������������������������1715
National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) ����2015
SitScape��������������������������������������������������1429
Red Hat ��������������������������������������������������1718
U.S. Census Bureau ��������������������������������2020
Applied Research Associates ������������������1431
Hewlett Packard Enterprise����������������������1721
NetScout��������������������������������������������������1434
TerraGo����������������������������������������������������1722
National System for Geospatial
Intelligence (NSG)������������������������������������2021
Cloudera��������������������������������������������������1435
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Software ������1729
ExtraHop Networks����������������������������������1437
HyTrust����������������������������������������������������1733
SRC Inc.��������������������������������������������������1438
The EMC Federation��������������������������������1735
CA Technologies��������������������������������������1439
Nimble Storage����������������������������������������1736
LogRhythm����������������������������������������������1503
SAP National Security Services (SAP NS2)��2035
ServiceNow Inc.��������������������������������������1738
C4ISR & Networks and Defense News������1505
Avenza Systems Inc.��������������������������������2038
FireEye����������������������������������������������������1739
Insitu Inc.������������������������������������������������1507
Citrix��������������������������������������������������������2039
Cisco Systems Inc.����������������������������������1801
Geoweb3d ����������������������������������������������2100
SRI International��������������������������������������1511
DLT Solutions������������������������������������������2101
MemSQL�������������������������������������������������1514
Comtech TCS (formerly
TeleCommunication Systems - TCS)��������1809
Sigma Space Corporation������������������������1515
Penn State World Campus������������������������1815
Image Matters LLC����������������������������������1516
Geographic Services Inc.��������������������������1817
Churchill Navigation��������������������������������1521
COMPUSULT��������������������������������������������1821
SDL Government Inc. ������������������������������1528
MapLarge������������������������������������������������1828
Digital Map Products Inc. ������������������������1529
Tableau Software������������������������������������1832
LGS Innovations��������������������������������������2202
Corning Incorporated ������������������������������1530
Gigamon��������������������������������������������������1834
PLW Modelworks ������������������������������������2203
Splunk ����������������������������������������������������1531
Liferay Inc.����������������������������������������������1835
Aspera, an IBM Company������������������������2205
InQuisient������������������������������������������������1533
Lookout Mobile Security��������������������������1837
Altair��������������������������������������������������������2232
F5 Networks��������������������������������������������1534
VMware ��������������������������������������������������1838
Bentley Systems��������������������������������������2233
Dataguise Inc.������������������������������������������1535
Pentaho ��������������������������������������������������1839
Intelligent Software Solutions Inc.������������2234
Symantec������������������������������������������������1536
Safe Software������������������������������������������1900
Dun & Bradstreet ������������������������������������2235
PernixData����������������������������������������������1538
ViON Corporation ������������������������������������1902
Databricks ����������������������������������������������2238
Infoblox Federal ��������������������������������������1539
SAS ��������������������������������������������������������1903
Tresys������������������������������������������������������2239
Booz Allen Hamilton ��������������������������������1601
Observera Inc. ����������������������������������������1904
Amazon Web Services�����������������������������2301
BMC��������������������������������������������������������1602
Point Duty������������������������������������������������1908
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard company����������2302
Brocade Communications������������������������1604
USGS / Civil Applications Committee��������1909
Datawatch ����������������������������������������������2304
MarkLogic Corporation����������������������������1608
Alfresco ��������������������������������������������������1910
AMX by HARMAN ������������������������������������2305
Adobe������������������������������������������������������1609
TransVoyant��������������������������������������������1914
Government Pavilion Stage ������������������2317
Orbit Logic����������������������������������������������1615
Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) ����1915
Dynamic Graphics Inc. ����������������������������2332
LexisNexis ����������������������������������������������1617
Los Alamos National Laboratory��������������1921
Earth Imaging Journal������������������������������2333
Woolpert��������������������������������������������������1619
Accenture Federal Services����������������������1929
AT&T�������������������������������������������������������2335
HERE ������������������������������������������������������1623
AvePoint Public Sector Inc.����������������������1934
Bloomberg LP������������������������������������������2338
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NITAAC����������������������������������������������������2022
National Geospatial-Intelligence
Agency (NGA)������������������������������������������2027
Blue Marble Geographics������������������������2034
Palo Alto Networks����������������������������������2102
i3 ICS LLC������������������������������������������������2133
Envitia Inc.����������������������������������������������2134
21AT��������������������������������������������������������2138
ASD Inc., A PANalytical company��������������2139
We work with governments around the world, supporting programs of critical national
importance in the areas of defense, security and intelligence; energy and environmental
clean-up; infrastructure and international development.
AECOM is committed to serving the Intelligence Community
and its unique requirements. We support national security
providers as a value-add partner across the full engineering
life cycle.
AECOM is built to deliver a better world. We design, build,
finance and operate infrastructure assets for governments,
businesses and organizations in more than 150 countries.
As a fully integrated firm, we connect knowledge and experience
across our global network of experts to help clients solve their
most complex challenges. From high-performance buildings
and infrastructure, to resilient communities and environments,
to stable and secure nations, our work is transformative,
differentiated and vital. A Fortune 500 firm, AECOM companies
have annual revenue of approximately US$18 billion.
Visit us at Booth 1121
Language Enabled Services
Open Source Intelligence Collection
Program Management
Professional Services
Security Services
Secure Facility Design & Construction
Facility Management & Modernization
Infrastructure Modernization
Base Operations Services
Engineering & Construction
Operation & Maintenance Services
Transportation
Asset Management
Decommissioning & Closure
See how we deliver what others can only imagine at www.aecom.com
EXHIBITOR PROFILES
21AT
AC4S
Booth #2138
www.21at.sg
Booth #515
www.ac4s.com
Twenty First Century Aerospace Technology Asia Pte. Ltd.
(21AT Asia) is the operator of commercial high-resolution
satellite constellation - TripleSat Constellation and a provider
of remote sensing imagery products and its value added
services in Singapore.
AC4S provides a wide variety of services to the US Federal
sector in the United States and abroad. With a focus on Special
Operations, Cyberspace, Diplomacy and Homeland Security,
AC4S deliver solutions to our customers globally. We provide
support in four lines-of-business including C5ISR, Cyberspace
Operations, Mission Support and Professional Support.
Contact: Yuan Wang
Phone: +0086 15210513877
Email: [email protected]
Contact: William H. Hogan
Phone: 813-983-7445
Email: [email protected]
ABACO group
Accenture Federal Services
Booth #618
www.abacogroup.eu
Booth #1929
www.accenture.com/federal
ABACO: European company based in the UK and Italy,
have specialization in advanced GI data processing and
portrayal techniques. ABACO is also specialised in Integrated
Administration and Control Systems for Public institutions,
and is today internationally recognised a sector leader in
innovative tools, methodologies and know-how aimed at the
development of Land Management Information Systems.
Accenture Federal Services is a wholly owned subsidiary of
Accenture LLP, a U.S. company, with offices in Arlington, Va.
Accenture’s federal business has served every cabinet-level
department and 30 of the largest federal organizations with
clients at defense, intelligence, public safety, civilian and
military health organizations.
Contact: Stellina Bassani
Phone: +39 0376222181
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Ian S. Fogarty
Phone: 571-308-9891
Email: [email protected]
ABSc/SYNTASA
Adobe
Booth #718
www.absc-us.com
Booth #1609
www.adobe.com/government
ABSc’s focused solutions are designed to meet our client’s
mission critical needs. ABSc brings innovation and proven
performance in Intelligence Support, Information Technology,
and Professional Services. SYNTASA provides the next
generation of advanced behavioral analytics. SYNTASA works
with some of the largest enterprises and Government clients
to help them leverage Big Data analysis.
Adobe’s Defense and National Security solutions (DNS) is at
the forefront of the next generation of intelligence creation and
production, protecting assets and providing enhanced user
experiences thru dynamic interaction of content. Adobe DNS
is uniquely positioned to support the intelligence community
with the most challenging mission requirements.
Contact: Collin Pin
Phone: 571-765-6628
Email: [email protected]
Contact: David Kite
Phone: 703-437-3000
Email: [email protected]
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EXHIBITOR PROFILES
Advanced Scientific Concepts
Airborne Resources Inc.
Booth #439
www.asc3d.com
Booth #822
www.airborneresources.com
Advanced Scientific Concepts (ASC) LLC designs and
manufactures solid state 3D Flash LIDAR cameras used
in the space, airborne, terrestrial, and marine domains for
dynamic scene mapping, situational awareness, through
water, autonomous vehicle, and degraded visual environment
applications. 3D Flash LiDAR cameras produce real time (up
to 30 Hz frame rate) scene range and intensity images.
Airborne Resources, Inc. offers a variety of highly
customizable aircraft to fly Research, Test and Evaluation
payloads. As a leading provider of innovative flight solutions,
we have years of experience supporting UAS/UAV instrument
development, GEOINT, SIGINT, and aviation-related research.
Contact us to get your turret, pod, or palletized instrument
into the air today.
Contact: Michael Dahlin
Phone: 805-966-3331 ext. 105
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Arne Vasenden
Phone: 214-704-5709
Email: [email protected]
AECOM
Airbus Defense and Space
Booth #1121
www.aecom.com
Booth #421
www.geo-airbusds.com
At AECOM, we support national security providers as a valueadd partner across the full engineering life cycle. Operating
in highly-classified environments, we deliver global support
services ranging from augmenting government personnel
to base operations services; facilities maintenance and
modifications; secure design/build; and language analyst and
cultural support. AECOM is built to deliver a better world.
Airbus Defence and Space is recognized as a world leader
in geo-information, pooling an unmatched access to
Earth observation satellite imagery with unique expertise
and decades of experience in one organization. Airbus
DS operates the SPOT 6 & 7 and Pléiades (optical) and
TerraSAR-X and TanDEM-X (radar) sensors.
Contact: Patrick Eisend
Phone: +49 151 62920163
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Michael E. Eiden
Phone: 703-579-0452
Email: [email protected]
Alfresco
Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL)
Booth #1910
www.alfresco.com
Booth #2007
www.wpafb.af.mil/afrl/ri
The AFRL/RIEB mission is to research, develop, transition and
sustain advanced information technology solutions to provide
timely and secure intelligence information access, analysis,
and dissemination for National Defense and Intelligence
Community decision makers at all echelons.
Demos of fielded programs and cutting edge next generation
capabilities are available upon request.
Alfresco provides an Enterprise Content Management platform
with integrated Business Process Management software
enabling agencies to manage information securely and
effectively. Acuity delivers data integration and management
applications enabling agencies to apply advanced analytics
to synthesize data into information with meaning and value.
Alfresco/Acuity: Delivering GSA’s data and information
management platform Data to Decisions (D2D).
Contact: John Salamy
Phone: 315-330-2775
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Alfresco Sales
Phone: 888-317-3395
Email: [email protected]
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ECOSYSTEM
Learn more about AGI’s
Cesium Enterprise Solutions
www.agi.com/trajectory
EXHIBITOR PROFILES
Altair
American Military University
Booth #2232
www.altair.com
Booth #204
www.amuonline.com/intel
Altair PBS Works is the most widely implemented software
suite for managing grid, cloud, and cluster computing
resources worldwide, voted 2014’s “#1 HPC Software
Product” by HPCwire readers. With products for fast,
powerful scheduling, portal based submission, analytics and
data management, PBS Works is a comprehensive solution
for optimizing HPC environments.
American Military University (AMU) provides quality higher
education to the nation’s national security and intelligence
communities. With more than 190 degree and certificate
programs—including Intelligence Studies, Homeland Security,
and International Relations—we prepare students for service
and leadership in a diverse and global society.
Contact: American Military University
Phone: 877-755-2787
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Kirk Monroe
Phone: 931-698-3768
Email: [email protected]
AMX by HARMAN
Altamira Technologies
Booth #2305
www.amx.com/government
Booth #1217
www.altamiracorp.com
HARMAN Professional is the world’s largest audio, video,
lighting and control company with brands including AKG,
AMX, BSS and JBL Professional. The Government division
provides reliable, secure and government certified solutions
to support a wide range of government and military agencies
around the globe.
Altamira brings a commercial mindset to solving the most
complex national security problems by delivering mission
application development, multi-intelligence analysis, cyber
operations, and data science technologies and solutions to
the national defense and intelligence communities. Altamira’s
culture of innovation excellence makes us the next generation
leader bringing technology to mission.
Contact: Troy Trujillo
Phone: 202-595-4666
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Dan Whalen
Phone: 703-813-2100
Email: daniel.w[email protected]
Analytical Graphics Inc.
Booth #1232
www.agi.com
Amazon Web Services
Booth #2301
https://aws.amazon.com/government-education/
AGI makes, sells, and fully supports off-the-shelf desktop
and server software with SDKs for modeling, analyzing and
visualizing ISR systems, available now with flexible licensing.
AGI’s rich APIs and data model are interoperable with open or
industry-standard software. AGI software runs on any modern
architecture. For more information, visit www.agi.com.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) Worldwide Public Sector helps
government, education, and nonprofit customers deploy
cloud services to reduce costs, drive efficiencies, and
increase innovation across the globe. With AWS, you only
pay for what you use, with no up-front physical infrastructure
expenses or long-term commitments.
Contact: Dave Peters
Phone: 610-981-8000
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Chris Bailey
Phone: 703-472-3237
Email: [email protected]
Apex Expert Solutions
Booth #438
apexxs.com
APEX provides tailored and innovative technologies and
analytic solutions, while staffing analysis support to our
nations most critical missions. APEX delivers an analyst led
development process to the IC and DoD adhering to the
different modalities associated with multi-disciplinary analysis
(SIGINT, GEOINT, MOVINT, HUMINT, FMV).
Contact: Headquarters Office
Phone: 1-866-654-APEX
Email: [email protected]
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EXHIBITOR PROFILES
Apigee Corporation
ASD Inc., a PANalytical company
Booth #1936
www.apigee.com
Booth #2139
www.asdi.com
Apigee delivers products that help make every business
a digital business. Our intelligent API platform enables
delivery of your digital experience while providing security,
management, scalability, and analytics on your digital
businesses. Many of the world’s largest organizations have
selected Apigee to enable their digital business including
NGA’s GEOINT Services.
ASD Inc., a PANalytical company is the world’s leading
supplier of precision field-portable spectroradiometers.
ASD’s FieldSpec Dual system synchronizes two FieldSpec
spectroradiometers enabling collection of accurate field
reflectance spectra under sub-optimal atmospheric
conditions. QualitySpec Trek, a hand-held contact
spectrometer redefines field portability while maintaining the
precision you expect from ASD.
Contact: Bob Glass
Phone: 703-307-8712
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Brian Curtiss
Phone: 720-279-4213
Email: [email protected]
Applied Imagery
Aspera, an IBM Company
Booth #1307
www.appliedimagery.com
Booth #2205
www.asperasoft.com
Applied Imagery’s Quick Terrain Modeler LiDAR and 3D
exploitation software enables powerful, intuitive, interactive
analysis of enormous 3D terrain models and point clouds. It is
simple to use, can fuse 3D data and 2D imagery from different
sources, and is widely used in the DoD community.
Aspera technology enables secure, predictable, locationindependent, and automated movement of files and datasets
of any size and format, and has been thoroughly vetted by the
intelligence community for high-speed, large data transfers
over even the most difficult military networks. Terabytes of
data are transferred every day by deploying Aspera software.
Contact: Chris Parker
Phone: 301-589-4004
Email: [email protected]
Applied Research Associates
Contact: Kip Schauer
Phone: 510-849-2386
Email: [email protected]
Booth #1431
www.ara.com
AT&T
Booth #2335
www.att.com/gov
ARA is an employee-owned scientific research and
engineering company dedicated to producing innovative
solutions that tackle critical R&D problems. We are a growing
$200M+ annual revenue organization with 1,100+ employees
with over 50% of our staff holding Advanced Degrees and
75% of our staff in Scientist/Engineering labor categories.
About AT&T Global Business – Public Sector Solutions.
AT&T Global Business – Public Sector Solutions helps federal
agencies serve our citizens, defend our nation and prepare
for the future. By delivering solutions spanning network,
cybersecurity, unified communications, cloud services,
connected devices and more, AT&T enables agencies to
remain focused on their mission goals. To learn more,
visit att.com/gov.
Contact: Mike Seebold
Phone: 919-802-8769
Email: [email protected]
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard company
Contact: Meryl Clark
Phone: 571-354-4061
Email: [email protected]
Booth #2302
www.arubanetworks.com
Product summary: Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise
company, is a leading provider of next-generation network
access solutions to the U.S. government. Using NSA-approved
Suite B encryption, Aruba’s wired, wireless and VPN technologies
provide US government agencies with secure network access at
the unclassified, secret, TS/SCI and other caveated levels.
Contact: Mike Rayfield
Phone: 703-989-5551
Email: [email protected]
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EXHIBITOR PROFILES
Avenza Systems Inc.
BAE Systems
Booth #2038
www.avenza.com
Booth #1128
www.baesystems.com
Avenza is the producer of geospatial software for Adobe
Creative Suite that bridges the gap between GIS and graphic
design to enable high quality map production and spatial image
processing in Illustrator and Photoshop. Avenza also produces
PDF Maps, an off-line geospatial PDF, GeoPDF and GeoTIFF
interactive app for Apple, Android and Windows devices.
BAE Systems’ comprehensive suite of geospatial
products and services are at the forefront of the
GEOINT revolution. Visit us at booth #1128 to get
the solution you need for any phase of the geospatial
lifecycle. From exquisite sensors, advanced analytics,
object-based production solutions, and cloud-hosted
content management and exploitation software to
community-leading desktop as a service offerings,
cyber security, analysis as a service, and foundation
GEOINT production, we have you covered. For every
badge scanned, we will donate $5 to Building Homes for
Heroes which gifts mortgage-free homes to those who
have selflessly served our country.
Contact: Doug Smith
Phone: 416-487-5116
Email: [email protected]
AvePoint Public Sector Inc.
Booth #1934
www.avepoint.com/public-sector
AvePoint Compliance Guardian helps mitigate risk from the
moment data is created through its lifecycle, proactively
monitoring and neutralizing violations of privacy, security, and
compliance. With all-in-one scanning, reporting, and builtin resolutions, Compliance Guardian helps security officers
minimize risk of privacy violations, malicious threats, or data
leakage for Office 365, SharePoint, file shares and websites.
Contact: Brandee Beiriger
Phone: 858-243-7955
Email: [email protected]
Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
Booth #1401
www.ballaerospace.com
Contact: Paul Aubin
Phone: 703-884-9162
Email: [email protected]
From persistent data collection hardware to advanced
processing and exploitation capabilities, Ball provides
innovative, integrated solutions for our nation and world.
Supporting critical missions for national agencies such as
the DoD, NASA, NOAA, and other U.S. government and
commercial entities, Ball also produces EO and RF solutions
for tactical and scientific applications.
Axway
Booth #1673
www.axway.com
Our Validation Authority (Tumbleweed) may be better known,
but Axway also supports secure and reliable transactional and
big data movement with full visibility, audit, governance, and
risk intelligence – both on-prem and cloud. Stop by our booth
to see how we handle reliable file delivery & acceleration,
access controls & identity, and cross-platform mobile
development.
Contact: Robert Gajda
Phone: 937-490-2748
Email: [email protected]
Basis Technology
Booth #1935
www.basistech.com
Contact: Michael Beale
Phone: 703-489-5560
Email: [email protected]
For over 20 years, Basis Technology has been a pioneer in
machine learning, revealing meaningful information from
unstructured text. The Rosette platform delivers, on premise
or SaaS, powerful functionalities from pure linguistics to
entity, name and relationship centric analysis in 55 languages
and on any underlying infrastructure. Visit basistech.com.
Contact: Chris Biow
Phone: 617-386-7104
Email: [email protected]
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EXHIBITOR PROFILES
Bentley Systems
Blue Marble Geographics
Booth #2233
www.bentley.com
Booth #2034
www.bluemarblegeo.com
Bentley’s government solution optimizes workflows by
providing the necessary tools for workflows supporting GIS,
mapping, BIM, campus/installation information management,
and infrastructure engineering. This solution also delivers
powerful tools for Web publishing, printing, and plotting, as
well as for the registration and maintenance of parcels and
parcel-related data for government and non-government
organizations.
Trusted by thousands, Blue Marble Geographics is a leading
developer of geospatial data conversion and GIS software.
Today’s GIS professionals turn to them for Global Mapper, a
low-cost, easy-to-use GIS software tool. Blue Marble is the
developer of Geographic Calculator, GeoCalc SDK, Global
Mapper, LiDAR Module and Global Mapper SDK.
Contact: Christian Ruenzi
Phone: 703-371-7816
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Pete Liotino
Phone: 610-458-6973
Email: [email protected]
BlueCat
Booth #333
www.bluecatnetworks.com
Bloomberg LP
Booth #2338
www.bloomberg.com/company
Deployed across the most sensitive networks in the DoD, IC,
and Civilian agencies, BlueCat delivers instant, actionable
intelligence for federal networks. BlueCat’s Network
Intelligence platform and extensive IT Automation provide the
key to securing the network, cloud, and mobility. BlueCat’s
solutions give organizations the power to centrally manage
“everything IP” from a single pane of glass.
Bloomberg, the global business and financial information and
news leader, gives influential decision makers a critical edge
by connecting them to a dynamic network of information,
people and ideas. The company’s strength – delivering data,
news and analytics quickly and accurately – is the service,
which provides real time financial information to more than
320,000 subscribers globally.
Contact: Amandeep Dhillon
Phone: 703-956-3551
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Peter Maloney
Phone: 212-318-2000
Email: [email protected]
BMC
Booth #1602
www.bmc.com
Blue Coat
Booth #420
www.bluecoat.com
BMC is a global leader in software solutions that help IT
transform traditional businesses into digital enterprises for the
ultimate competitive advantage. BMC – Bring IT to Life
You are challenged with defending your Mission Critical
Applications against advanced persistent threats, malware,
and threats hiding in your encrypted SSL and HTTPS traffic.
Blue Coat can help you identify threats infiltrating agency
networks, accelerate change, manage risk, deliver superior
application performance, and protect mobile workers. Learn
more at www.bluecoat.com/solutions/government
Contact: Kim Van Der Wende
Phone: 703-744-3899
Email: [email protected]
The Boeing Company
Booth #913
www.boeing.com
Contact: Bill Rhodes
Phone: 410-596-9304
Email: [email protected]
Boeing understands the importance of our customer’s
GEOINT mission, providing solutions that support advanced
analytical intelligence, communications, and command
systems in space, cyberspace, air and ground. And with our
Cross Domain solutions, we also provide the best informationsharing and analytical capabilities that are imagined today.
Contact: James Batt
Phone: 571-236-8130
Email: [email protected]
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EXHIBITOR PROFILES
Booz Allen Hamilton
Brocade Communications
Booth #1601
www.boozallen.com
Booth #1604
www.brocade.com/federal
Booz Allen Hamilton, a leading consulting and technology
development Firm, helps clients in the intelligence, defense,
and civil sectors optimize the use of geospatial tools and
techniques within their existing operations. From ensuring
deployed users can access geospatial data and applications
to developing advanced approaches to analysis, Booz Allen
helps clients achieve mission success.
Brocade is partnering with the federal government to
modernize networking infrastructure through an innovative
approach called the New IP. Built on open standards, Ethernet
fabrics, and a software-centric foundation, the New IP
empowers agencies to achieve the unlimited possibilities of
the cloud, mobility, and Big Data.
Contact: Don Riordan
Phone: 410-409-2593
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Scott Jachimski
Phone: 703-294-1687
Email: [email protected]
C2S Consulting Group
Boundless Spatial Inc.
Booth #519
www.c2sconsultinggroup.com
Booth #1628
www.boundlessgeo.com
C2S Consulting Group is a Professional Services Business
specializing in Amazon Web Services (AWS). We provide
experienced technical experts that are AWS Certified architects,
developers and operations engineers to help conduct technical
and financial assessments, develop cloud migration and
transition plans and develop operational solutions.
Boundless, an In-Q-Tel portfolio company, is the world’s
leader in commercially supported, open source, geospatial
software. OpenGeo Suite enables a feature rich, enterprise
GIS without the high licensing costs associated with
proprietary software. Boundless provides freedom from
proprietary geospatial software by offering expertise,
maintenance, professional services, training and more.
Contact: Brandee Daly
Phone: 571-420-2333
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Brian Monheiser
Phone: 314-398-4908
Email: [email protected]
C4ISR & Networks and Defense News
Booth #1505
www.c4isrnet.com
Braxton Science & Technology Group
Booth #1314
www.bstgllc.com
C4ISR & Networks is the media brand committed to the
dynamic and fast growing network-based defense community,
providing the most in-depth, focused and knowledgeable
news, analysis and insight on GEOINT, defense IT, cyber
defense, communications, unmanned systems, sensors and
related C4ISR systems. For more info, visit us online at
www.c4isrnet.com!
The BSTG companies offer Commercial Off-the-Shelf and
open source solutions delivering Command & Control systems,
Satellite Ground Systems, Environmental Intelligence, Cross
Domain Data Transport, and Cyber Security. We provide
engineering services to important mission systems and
complement our offering with analytical techniques to recruit
difficult-to-find, cleared technical personnel.
Contact: Nicole Schellhardt
Phone: 703-750-8980
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Dave Buckman
Phone: 719-380-8488
Email: [email protected]
CA Technologies
Booth #1439
www.ca.com
CA Technologies helps customers succeed in a future where
every organization is being rewritten by software. From
planning to development to management to security, at CA
we create software that fuels transformation for organizations
in the application economy.
Contact: Kristen Crook
Phone: 703-709-4451
Email: [email protected]
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Carahsoft Technology Corp.
Cartography and Geographic Information Society
Booth #1629
www.carahsoft.com
Booth #214
www.cartogis.org
Carahsoft Technology Corp. is the trusted Government IT
solutions provider. A top-ranked GSA Contract holder and
master government aggregator, Carahsoft supports an
ecosystem of the world’s leading manufacturers, value-added
resellers, system integrators, and consulting partners who
help government agencies select and implement the best
solution at the best value.
The Cartography and Geographic Information Society (CaGIS)
is composed of educators, researchers and practitioners who
utilize geographic information. CaGIS publishes research in
the journal Cartography and Geographic Information Science;
hosts AutoCarto, a biennial research conference; and will host
an International Cartographic Conference in Washington, DC,
July 2-7, 2017.
Contact: Michael Adams
Phone: 703-871-8681
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Eric Anderson
Phone: 843-324-0665
Email: [email protected]
CARDIO
CDW-G
Booth #937
www.cardiofx.com
Booth #218
www.cdwg.com
Cardio supplies web-based and desktop software that
process drone video, aerial or satellite imagery with accuracy,
automation and hardware-acceleration to assemble the
big picture instantly for actionable information in real-time
surveillance, wide-area reconnaissance and high-volume
geospatial production. Our cloud-based solution stores,
processes, and delivers your drone video, enabling ondemand review and exploitation of large datasets.
A wholly owned subsidiary of CDW (NASDAQ: CDW), CDW
Government (CDW-G) is a leading provider of technology
solutions to government, education and healthcare
customers. The company features dedicated account
managers who help customers choose the right technology
products and services to meet their needs.
Contact: Nichole Leone
Phone: 309-240-8483
Email: [email protected]
Contact: David Kuo
Phone: 408-349-7714
Email: [email protected]
CHC Navigation
Booth #620
www.chcnav.com
CARIS USA
Booth #523
www.caris.com
Over the past 12 years, CHC Navigation has developed the
industry’s best solutions for GNSS and supporting products.
With 800+ professionals, the team at CHC Navigation
continues to focus on quality & excellence as they develop &
build our product line.
For 35 years, CARIS has been leading the way in the
development of marine GIS software. CARIS offers an
effective solution from the
processing of the sonar ping to the
creation and distribution of charts and data. Find out more
about the unique CARIS Ping-to-Chart solution by
visiting
www.caris.com.
Contact: Lance Andre
Phone: 563-543-2784
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Mike Redmayne
Phone: 703-299-9712
Email: [email protected]
Churchill Navigation
Booth #1521
www.churchillnavigation.com
Churchill Navigation a leading developer of advanced
geospatial mapping solutions, digital video encoding and
recording solutions and video management applications,
will be showcasing the Augmented Reality mapping system,
ION digital video recorder and Earthscape, the latest in cloud
based video management and reporting applications.
Contact: Erin Murphy
Phone: 720-943-4277
Email: [email protected]
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CARAHSOFT PARTNER PAVILION
IT Solutions for the Government’s Toughest Challenges
Carahsoft proudly teams with our manufacturer and reseller partners to offer
hundreds of best-of-breed IT solutions that enable key IC and DOD initiatives.
See them in action at the Carahsoft Pavilion #1629.
And be sure to try your luck at PLINKO when you visit!
CYBERSECURITY
CLOUD COMPUTING
BIG DATA
VIRTUALIZATION
GEOSPATIAL
MOBILITY
INTELLIGENCE
CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT
OPEN SOURCE
Count on Carahsoft for the solutions you need on contracts that
make acquisition easy — with the fast, smart service you demand.
The Trusted Government IT Solutions Provider
Carahsoft’s solutions are available on a variety of contract vehicles including
DOD ESIs, IC-specific contracts, GSA Schedule 70, SEWP-V, CMaaS BPA and others.
Learn more at carahsoft.com or contact us at 844-423-8687 or at [email protected]
© 2016 Carahsoft Technology Corp. All rights reserved.
EXHIBITOR PROFILES
Cisco Systems Inc.
Cloudera
Booth #1801
www.cisco.com/go/federal
Booth #1435
www.cloudera.com
Cisco enables efficient and secure access to and from
the Cloud. Using proven best practice methodologies,
organizations can safely and effectively implement their
Cloud strategies to streamline data center operations using
virtualized cloud resources. These initiatives, Cloud and
security, align directly to the DNI’s efforts to increase IT
efficiencies (IC-ITE).
Cloudera is revolutionizing data management with the first
unified platform for big data, an enterprise data hub built on
Apache Hadoop. Cloudera offers agencies a secure and costefficient place to store and analyze all their data, empowering
them to derive new insights and correlation while extending
the value of existing investments.
Contact: Marc Kriz
Phone: 703-407-9993
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Steve Coppel
Phone: 410-446-0808
Email: [email protected]
CompassData Inc.
Citrix
Booth #1335
www.compassdatainc.com
Booth #2039
www.citrix.com/government
CompassData’s standardized data collection practices have
led to the development of the largest commercially available
Ground Control Point archive in the world, with over 35,000
visually-identifiable points available today. As the industry
leader for ground control, mapping and survey, we have set
the standard for deliverables, accuracy and documentation.
Citrix is leading the transition to software-defining the
workplace, uniting virtualization, mobility management,
networking and SaaS solutions to enable agencies to work
better. Citrix government solutions power mobility through
secure, mobile workspaces that provides instant access to
apps, desktops, data and communications on any device,
over any network and cloud.
Contact: Blaine Horner
Phone: 303-627-4058
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Bill Bistany
Phone: 410-271-9700
Email: [email protected]
COMPUSULT
Booth #1821
www.compusult.net
ClearTerra
Booth #222
www.clearterra.com
COMPUSULT is a leading provider of standards-based,
geospatial data management systems for global search,
data fusion and improved situational awareness; across the
enterprise and through mobile devices, even in disconnected
operations. For over 30 years COMPUSULT has delivered
innovative products and services through teamwork and
placing a priority on clients´ requirements.
ClearTerra LocateXT technology discovers & extracts geocoordinates, place names, and other critical information within
unstructured text and places it instantly into Desktop, Server,
and Cloud-based geospatial platforms
Contact: Jeff Wilson
Phone: 703-403-5636
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Robert Thomas
Phone: 709-745-7914 ext. 212
Email: [email protected]
Cleversafe Inc., an IBM Company
Booth #935
www.cleversafe.com
Cleversafe, the object-based storage market share leader,
delivers a breakthrough software platform that solves petabyteand-beyond storage challenges. Relied upon by the world’s
largest data repositories, Cleversafe reduces up to 80 percent
of storage costs while providing carrier-grade security,15 nines
of reliability and simplified storage management.
Contact: Chris Barnes
Phone: 703-371-3294
Email: [email protected]
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Compusult Systems Inc.
Consolidated Resource Imaging
Booth #1009
www.compusultsystems.com
Booth #1037
www.cri.us.com
Compusult Systems Inc. (CSI) has a well-established track
record of success providing the highest-quality geospatial
software solutions and services. Customers appreciate
CSI’s excellent performance of professional IT services,
including project management, system design, systems
engineering, systems integration, needs analysis, customized
software development, infrastructure planning and systems
implementation, deployment, and training.
CRI is a world leader in ISR systems development, integration,
test and deployed operations. Operational expertise includes
systems for WAMI, LIDAR, SAR and Multi-INT sensors. We
specialize in stabilized gimbal-sensor integration, system to
platform integration (fixed-wing, rotorcraft, aerostat), pseudo
satellite operations from manned light aircraft, custom avionics,
rapid prototyping, environmental and EMI certification, data
capture (PED) and analysis.
Contact: Michael A. Rampino
Phone: 703-464-5649
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Nathan Crawford
Phone: 616-735-2080
Email: [email protected]
Comtech TCS
(formerly TeleCommunication Systems - TCS)
COPT Data Center Solutions
Booth #319
www.coptdata.com
Booth #1809
www.trackmysat.com
Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT) (NYSE:OFC)
develops, owns & operates data centers & Class A office
buildings for U.S. Government and Defense IT customers.
COPT’s Data Center Solutions division provides industry
leading, green and highly efficient data center solutions for
both wholesale and customized managed collocation.
Comtech TCS is a an industry leader and global supplier
of integrated launch and satellite telemetry, tracking, and
commanding solutions, to include cost-effective ground
station antennas, RF feeds, and positioner technologies that
provide efficient precision tracking performance for remote
sensing, earth observation, and communication satellites.
Contact: Justin Noe
Phone: 443-718-7126
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Jay Moody
Phone: 310-803-3641
Email: [email protected]
Corning Incorporated
Booth #1530
www.corning.com/advanced-optics
Concurrent Technologies Corporation
Booth #936
www.ctc.com
Corning hyperspectral imaging systems, spanning from
the visible to the infrared, combine the lowest size, weight
and power (SWaP) in the industry with uncompromising
performance, enabling deployment for challenging
applications in limited payload and/or size constrained
environments.
Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC); an independent,
nonprofit, applied R&D organization. Supporting IC and
national security missions, we develop secure and crossdomain, collaborative, cloud-based, multi-INT information
environments. Our work is leading advances in humancomputer symbiosis, and user and data personalization,
and driving evolution in intelligence analysis tradecraft and
security decision making.
Contact: Chris Thomas
Phone: 607-974-6331
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Pete Hanson
Phone: 703-310-5658
Email: [email protected]
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Cray
CSTARS & ASF
Booth #1305
www.cray.com
Booth #215
www.cstars.miami.edu
Cray builds innovative systems and solutions enabling
customers to meet their hardest simulation, analytics and
cybersecurity challenges. Leveraging years of experience
developing the world’s most advanced supercomputers, Cray
brings you a comprehensive portfolio of high performance
computing, storage, and data analytics solutions delivering
unrivaled performance, efficiency, and scalability.
Miami’s CSTARS and Fairbanks’ ASF earth stations,
representing a joint, U.S.-operated satellite data reception
capability, provide actionable near-real time satellite
intelligence through the use of multiple tracking antennas and
acquisition/processing systems. Their combined distribution
capability for environmental monitoring and time-sensitive
applications worldwide, ensures U.S. superiority in science,
safety, and security.
Contact: Louis Hackerman
Phone: 301-910-6416
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Frances May
Phone: 305-421-4954
Email: [email protected]
Crunchy Data Solutions Inc.
Cubic Global Defense
Booth #1414
www.crunchydata.com
Booth #209
www.cubic.com
Crunchy Data is the leading provider of trusted open
source PostgreSQL/PostGIS and PostgreSQL/PostGIS
support, technology and training. To ensure Crunchy
Certified PostgreSQL represents the most trusted open
source PostgreSQL and PostGIS distribution, Crunchy
Certified PostgreSQL is supported by world class experts in
PostgreSQL/PostGIS and “In Evaluation” for Common Criteria
certification at the EAL 2+ level.
Cubic provides comprehensive solutions for GEOINT
missions while capitalizing on network-centric and gamebased technologies. Our integrated Collection, Processing,
Exploitation and Analytical solutions combined with Cross
Domain Distribution technologies increase effectiveness
and solve operational scenarios. Backed by decades of
experience, Cubic continues to deliver secure and scalable
solutions for mission success.
Contact: Bob Laurence
Phone: 843-737-6045
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Mike McKinney
Phone: 703-268-6348
Email: [email protected]
CSRA
Cyviz
Booth #1415
www.csra.com
Booth #715
www.cyviz.com
CSRA was formed through the combination of the North
American Public Sector business of CSC and SRA
International. CSRA delivers a broad range of innovative,
next-generation IT solutions and professional services to help
our customers modernize their legacy systems, protect their
networks and assets, and the efficiency of mission-critical
functions for our warfighters and our citizens.
Cyviz specializes in multi-classification command and control
visual display solutions. They are ideal for JOC’s, NOC’s and
Cyber SOC’s, and come with (1) COE, (2) Scalability, and (3)
Simplicity in deployment, use and continuing operation. Using
Cyviz solutions allows for supreme situational awareness and
more powerful decision-making!
Contact: Cherri Le
Phone: 703-876-1536
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Mark Sincevich
Phone: 301-908-8876
Email: [email protected]
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EXHIBITOR PROFILES
Databricks
Datawatch
Booth #2238
www.databricks.com
Booth #2304
www.datawatch.com
Databricks offers a cloud platform powered by Spark,
that makes it easy to turn data into value, from ingest
to production, without the hassle of managing complex
infrastructure, systems and tools. A complete solution for data
scientists and engineers.
Datawatch enables ordinary users to deliver extraordinary
results with all their data. Only Datawatch can unlock data
from the widest variety of sources and prepare it for use with
visualization tools or other business processes. See how
Datawatch can help you by downloading a free version at
www.datawatch.com.
Contact: Pat McDonough
Phone: 866-330-0121
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Amanda Beaupre
Phone: 978-275-8387
Email: [email protected]
DataFission
DDN Storage
Booth #1939
www.datafission.com
Booth #2001
www.ddn.com
DataFission is an Unstructured Content-Based Search
Engine, Tagging or MetaData is not required. We’re here to
Search the Universe.
DDN is the leading Big Data storage supplier to dataintensive, global organizations – both on premise and in the
cloud. For over 15 years, DDN has designed, deployed and
optimized, software and storage solutions which enable
enterprises, service providers, and government agencies to
generate more value and accelerate time to insight.
Contact: Allan Torres
Phone: 408-580-0077 ext. 121
Email: [email protected]
Dataguise Inc.
Contact: Bob Merkert
Phone: 410-352-7192
Email: [email protected]
Booth #1535
www.dataguise.com
Dataguise enables the safe use of sensitive data for analytics.
This is accomplished by discovering all sensitive data at
rest or in-flight wherever the data resides and securing it by
encryption or redaction. Use cases include addressing the
risk of insider threat, enabling sharing of sensitive data, audit
compliance and in-flight declassification of data.
Dell
Booth #1409
www.dell.com
Dell delivers technology solutions that enable people
everywhere to grow, thrive, and reach their full potential.
Simply put, we give our customers the power to do more.
Our enterprise portfolio addresses the entire IT ecosystem,
enabling us to help customers deploy future-ready solutions
for the data center and the workforce.
Contact: Dave DeVries
Phone: 240-671-5422
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Emily Warren
Phone: 512-287-0867
Email: [email protected]
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EXHIBITOR PROFILES
Inspired by innovation.
Focused on the future.
That’s what it takes if you want to seize tomorrow’s
opportunities. And with the right technology partner,
you can innovate now and into the future. What
matters today is how you prepare for it.
Is your organization
/ future ready? /
Dell.com/futureready
Delta State University Center for Interdisciplinary
Geospatial Information Technologies
Department of Geography - University of Utah
Booth #103
www.geog.utah.edu
Booth #105
http://gis.deltastate.edu
The Delta State University GIS program now offers a Bachelor’s
of Applied Science in Geospatial Analysis and Intelligence. The
program of study features 21 courses with focus on analytics,
GIS, remote sensing, surveying, and programming/data
management. DSU is an NGA Center for Academic Excellence.
Out-of-state tuition is waived, start anytime.
The Department of Geography at the University of Utah
provides BS, MS, MSGIS and Ph.D. degrees focused in the
application of geospatial sciences to 21st century issues. The
Department is a NGA-USGS-designated Center of Academic
Excellence in geospatial sciences. In addition, the Department
offers certificate programs in GIS, GEOINT, and HazardsEmergency Management.
Contact: Chris Smith
Phone: 662-846-4521
Email: [email protected]
Contact: George F. Hepner
Phone: 801-581-6021
Email: [email protected]
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EXHIBITOR PROFILES
Dewberry
Booth #1408
www.dewberry.com
Dewberry’s Geospatial and Technology Service Group is one
of the largest and advanced service providers in the world. For
over thirty years, our staff of 300+ professionals has offered
progressive multi-technological solutions to our clients. We
specialize in Remote-Sensing, GIS, and IT Services.
Our cognitive computing platform,
Synthesys®:
• Supports Object Based Production by
resolving objects and associations in
massive unstructured data sources
Contact: Phillip Thiel
Phone: 703-849-0271
Email: [email protected]
• Provides rich geo-temporal metadata
for Activity Based Intelligence
• Uses deep machine learning to identify
indicators and warnings of critical
activities and behaviors
• Scales to handle all of your past,
present, and future ICITE data
Diffeo
Booth #721
www.diffeo.com
Diffeo is a research assistant that helps analysts uncover the
whole story about people and groups. Diffeo attaches to your
working notes and presents recommendations that fill gaps
and expose new insights. By digesting massive streams,
Diffeo automatically constructs a knowledge graph across
multi-lingual unstructured data.
Booth #838
#OutPerform
www.digitalreasoning.com
Digital Reasoning
Booth #838
www.digitalreasoning.com
Contact: Geoffrey Milstein
Phone: 703-389-6288
Email: [email protected]
Digital Reasoning delivers trusted cognitive computing for
a better world. Our ICITE cloud ready, machine learningbased analytics platform, Synthesys, understands human
communications at government scale, transforming
unstructured data into structured insights to reveal concealed
risks and relationships. Synthesys supports Activity-Based
Intelligence (ABI) and Object-Based Production (OBP) mission
initiatives.
Digital Map Products Inc.
Booth #1529
www.digitalmapproducts.com
Digital Map Products creates cloud-based location technology
and data solutions that make GIS technology accessible to
everyday businesses and governments. It maintains U.S. parcel
data coverage for 140+ million properties, with 135 million
actual parcel boundaries, across 2600+ counties. Digital Map
Products makes spatial technology easy to implement and use
by delivering decision-ready content.
Contact: Joe Dvornicky
Phone: 410-984-1900
Email: [email protected]
DigitalGlobe
Contact: Fred Poole
Phone: 949-333-5177
Email: [email protected]
Booth #1103
www.digitalglobe.com
With intelligence-grade technology and a comprehensive
15-year digital library, DigitalGlobe is the global leader in
providing smart imagery and targeted analytics to unlock
previously undiscovered critical information. With these
uniquely sophisticated capabilities and a passion for
advancement, we are your trusted partner to help solve your
most challenging problems.
Contact: Chris Incardona
Phone: 703-408-9535
Email: [email protected]
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DLT Solutions
Dynamic Graphics Inc.
Booth #2101
www.dlt.com
Booth #2332
www.dgi.com
DLT Solutions is a leading technology partner to the Federal
intelligence community. Over the past 25 years, the company’s
dedication to helping government agencies make smart
technology choices ensures its customers have the best
options for cybersecurity, cloud, business applications and IT
management solutions. To learn more, visit www.dlt.com.
Dynamic Graphics, Inc. partners with our clients to solve spatial
analysis problems. Over the past four decades, we have been
a premier provider of geospatial solutions with our innovative,
easy-to-use software and outstanding support services.
DGI’s CoViz 4D software is an industry leader in quantitative
visualization, integration, and analysis of time-dependent data.
Contact: Sales
Phone: 800-262-4358
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Sales
Phone: 510-522-0700
Email: [email protected]
Dun & Bradstreet
Earth Imaging Journal
Booth #2235
www.dnb.com/government
Booth #2333
www.eijournal.com
As the leading provider of business information for over
170 years, Dun & Bradstreet helps agencies uncover the
connections among actors attempting to commit criminal
activity. By transforming disparate sources of business data
and individual information into actionable insight, agencies
can better facilitate threat assessment, counter proliferation,
counter threat finance, and supply chain risk management.
Earth Imaging Journal is a bimonthly print magazine covering
a range of earth observation and geospatial technologies
and applications. Content is crafted to satisfy novice through
professional. The content is written by industry professionals,
researchers and magazine staff to illuminate the broad band
of applications, products and processes that are shaping the
international Earth imaging market.
Contact: Andy Pessaud
Phone: 703-807-5743
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Matt Ball
Phone: 720-255-8127
Email: [email protected]
Dynamic Aviation
Echosec
Booth #216
www.dynamicaviation.com
Booth #621
www.echosec.net
Dynamic Aviation is an international leader in delivering
airborne data acquisition services. We provide the aerial
platform and experienced flight crew; you provide the aerial
cameras and remote sensors. Our fleet of special-configured
aircraft can easily accommodate most sensor payloads,
allowing virtually unlimited data acquisition applications.
Echosec is a location-based social media mapping platform
that provides social media intelligence to defense, security
and public safety professionals. Leverage the power of social
media to find relevant information from around the world you
need when you need to see it.
Contact: David Morgan
Phone: 250-589-7837
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Steve Scates
Phone: 540-828-6070
Email: [email protected]
EnterpriseDB
Booth #538
www.enterprisedb.com
The EDB Postgres platform consists of a choice of databases
(PostgreSQL or EDB Postgres Advanced Server); tool
suites that ensure organizations are equipped to manage
and integrate EDB Postgres into their environment, and
then manage their deployments as well as migrate existing
applications; and support, training, certification, and services.
Contact: EnterpriseDB
Phone: 781-357-3390
Email: [email protected]
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Innovation at mission speed
Intelligence-grade innovation and a comprehensive 15-year digital
library positions DigitalGlobe to capitalize on converging technology
in earth observation. As innovators, we are committed to providing
you with smart imagery and automated object-detection algorithms
to see answers quickly, and at scale. With platforms that aggregate
multi-source, unclassified data and anticipatory analytics for governments and security agencies, DigitalGlobe is your trusted partner for
ensuring mission success.
SEE INNOVATION
To see for yourself, visit booth #1103 at GEOINT 2016
EXHIBITOR PROFILES
Envitia Inc.
Booth #2134
www.envitia.com
Envitia has 25 years’ experience helping defense use
GEOINT to make better, faster decisions. Envitia specializes
in discovery, visualization, federation, mediation, and
exploitation of actionable geospatial intelligence. Use of open
standards avoids vendor lock-in, with plug-and-play analytics
and improved interoperability. Envitia facilitates data reliability
and enhances situational awareness.
Contact: Robin Parrish
Phone: 703-871-5255
Email: [email protected]
Trusted Intelligence Partner
See Us at Booth #600
Esri
Learn more at
esri.com/GEOINT
Booth #600
www.esri.com/geoint
The market leader in geospatial technology, Esri
software is used by more than 350,000 organizations
worldwide including local, state, and national agencies.
Esri is transforming how organizations solve problems
and make informed decisions. Esri’s ArcGIS platform
provides high-performance 2D and 3D mapping and
analysis in desktop, server, and hosted environments.
It is an open and integrated solution for managing,
analyzing, and sharing data and products. Implementing
the ArcGIS platform leverages big data, web
technologies, and integrated apps to make GIS easy to
use, more accessible, and collaborative. Learn more at
www.esri.com/geoint.
Copyright © 2016 Esri. All rights reserved.
Evident.io
G72321_GEOINT2016_MiniCube_AD_TheFinal.indd 1
Booth #623
www.evident.io
3/8/16 8:44 AM
Evident.io is the leader in security and compliance automation
for public cloud infrastructure. The Evident Security
Platform (ESP) helps organizations of all sizes proactively
manage security risk and compliance of their entire AWS
infrastructure, making security teams more productive and
enabling a more proactive and adaptive security posture.
Contact: Kevin Barry
Phone: 855-933-1337
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Wendy Creighton
Phone: 909-793-2853 ext. 5215
Email: [email protected]
ExtraHop Networks
Booth #1437
www.extrahop.com
Eternix Ltd.
Booth #1406
www.eternix.co.il
ExtraHop is the global leader in real-time wire data analytics.
The ExtraHop platform analyzes all L2-L7 communications,
including full bidirectional transactional payloads. This
provides the correlated, cross-tier visibility essential for
today’s complex and dynamic IT environments. The ExtraHop
platform scales up to 40Gbps and deploys without agents.
Eternix Ltd. is a leading software company, specialized in the
visualization of GIS data. The company’s products allow to
process, re-project and manipulate files of virtually any size
and format, in real-time, and without pre-processing. The
Blaze product family includes several extensions, delivering
outstanding performance and uniquely also allowing
collaboration among users.
Contact: Mary Oliva
Phone: 202-725-5292
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Raviv Brueller
Phone: +972 3 6911662
Email: [email protected]
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EZGovOpps
GATR Technologies
Booth #638
www.ezgovopps.com
Booth #637
www.gatr.com
EZGovOpps is the nation’s most comprehensive, affordable
federal government market intelligence platform, specifically
designed for government contractors, capture managers,
business developers, proposal writers, and government
researchers. Extensively forecast upcoming opportunities
that match your firm’s expertise, find ideal teaming partners,
market to contracting officers, effectively collaborate with
your team, and more.
GATR Technologies manufactures highly-deployable inflatable
satellite communication terminals enabling high-bandwidth
satellite communications in remote areas. The GATR reduces
logistical size (packaged weight and volume) up to 85% while
delivering the same performance as a rigid antenna. GATR
systems are available at Ku-, C-, and WGS certified X- and
Ka-band. www.gatr.com
Contact: Victor Vega
Phone: 256-382-1334
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Michael Neff
Phone: 855-394-6812
Email: [email protected]
General Dynamics
F5 Networks
Booth #201
www.generaldynamics.com
Booth #1534
www.f5.com
General Dynamics supports the Military, First-Responder
and Intelligence Community by providing solutions that
drive consequence through conveyance, content and
context. We enable Intelligence Integration through a
combination of Information Technology services and
Mission and Tradecraft-focused Geospatial Solutions
that deliver the innovation required for an end-to-end
capability that conveys content with context.
F5 Networks makes the connected world run better. We
help organizations meet the demands of relentless Internet
traffic growth and widespread use of smart devices by an
expanding mobile workforce. Enterprises, service providers,
and government entities worldwide rely on F5 to protect and
deliver applications while keeping people connected.
Contact: Bryan Taylor
Phone: 202-657-3024
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
FireEye
Geo Owl
Booth #1739
www.fireeye.com
FireEye has invented a purpose-built, virtual machine-based
security platform that provides real-time threat protection
against the next generation of cyber attacks. The FireEye
platform provides real-time, dynamic threat protection without
the use of signatures to protect across the primary threat
vectors, including Web, email, and files.
Booth #1215
www.geoowl.com
Geo Owl is an innovative service-disabled veteran-owned,
HubZone certified, small business that specializes in
Geospatial, Imagery, and Information Technology services. With
experience providing services to the Department of Defense in
numerous countries around the world, our team members can
accomplish or enhance any GEOINT or IT mission.
Contact: Steve Murphy
Phone: 703-499-4886
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Nicholas Smith
Phone: 727-771-5716
Email: [email protected]
First Mile Geo
GEOBowl
Booth #615
www.firstmilegeo.com
Booth #228
Help support three charities by participating in GEOBowl for
a Cause. USGIF has partnered with Actifio, Dell, i3 ICS, and
MiniLane.com to provide a bowling alley on the exhibit hall
floor. Open during exhibit hall hours, this is sure to be a hit on
the show floor while at the same time raising money for three
great charities to include Boulder Crest Retreat, Freedom
Alliance, and the USGIF Educational Fund.
First Mile Geo delivers the easy button for GEOINT from data
collection through to dashboards, mapping, and analytics in
any language, anywhere.
Contact: Matt McNabb
Phone: 855-466-9494
Email: [email protected]
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Geographic Services Inc.
Booth #1938
www.geofeedia.com
Booth #1817
www.geographicservices.com
Geofeedia’s leading location-based intelligence platform is
used by 500 organizations and 10,000 users. The cloud-based
platform enables access to publicly available, user-generated
content organized by geographic location in real-time.
Organizations use Geofeedia’s platform to predict, analyze
and act on real-time data from social media sources such as
Instagram, Twitter, Sina Weibo, Periscope, Vine and others.
Geographic Services, Inc. (“GSI”) delivers a range of
geospatial services and content including Human Geography,
Geonames and Boundaries with innovative technologies
and unique solutions. GSI’s patented search technology and
enhanced data mining supports mission critical knowledge,
with easy access to unique cultural data through desktop or
mobile applications on GSI’s cloud-based architecture.
Contact: Greg McCaffrey
Phone: 703-303-9707
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Nancy McGee
Phone: 703-287-9702
Email: [email protected]
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GeoNorth LLC
Gigamon
Booth #714
www.geonorth.com
Booth #1834
www.gigamon.com
Established in 1994, GeoNorth is an SBA-certified 8(a) firm
providing tailored geospatial solutions to government and
commercial clients. Our expertise developing enterprise
geospatial applications is complemented by our US-based,
multi-mission Direct Receiving Station (DRS), capable
of delivering timely and relevant GEOINT from all of the
commercial, Airbus Defense and Space satellites, including
Pleiades, SPOT and TerraSAR-X.
Gigamon provides intelligent traffic visibility solutions for
enterprises, data centers, and service providers. We empower
unmatched visibility into traffic, traversing both physical and
virtual networks without affecting performance or stability
of the production environment. Our portfolio of availability
and density products delivers network traffic to security,
monitoring, or management systems.
Contact: Dennis Reilly
Phone: 703-216-1689
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Jon Heinsius
Phone: 202-361-7447
Email: [email protected]
GISCafe.Com
George Mason University, College of Science
Booth #220
www.giscafe.com
Booth #534
www.cgeoint.gmu.edu
GISCafe.Com is the #1 online magazine offering GIS and
geospatial and geo-intelligence professionals daily news,
editorial, blogs, event postings, job placement and more. We
are recording video interviews at our booth. Contact Sanjay
Gangal at [email protected] to book a time slot for an
interview. Drop in a business card at the booth for a chance to
win a KindleFire.
GMU is a Center of Academic Excellence in Geospatial
Science, with strong academic expertise in geoinformatics,
ranging from remote sensing, photogrammetry and GIS to
social media analysis. GMU offers world-leading, USGIFaccredited graduate education programs in geospatial
intelligence (Certificate, MS), and conducts relevant research
activities through its Center for Geospatial Intelligence
Contact: Sanjay Gangal
Phone: 408-850-9202
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Anthony Stefanidis
Phone: 702-993-1212
Email: [email protected]
Harris Corporation
Geoweb3d
Booth #828
www.harris.com
Booth #2100
www.geoweb3d.com
Harris Corporation is a leading technology innovator,
solving our customers’ toughest mission-critical
challenges by providing solutions that connect, inform
and protect. From sensors and software to actionable
intelligence on-demand, Harris provides our customers
the geospatial information they need to analyze the
environment for smarter operational and business
decisions – when and where they need it. We are a proven
enterprise transformation partner to the intelligence
community and offer a full spectrum of capabilities such
as IT services, security frameworks and network managed
services. Please visit us at booth #828 or www.harris.com
to learn more about the future of GEOINT.
Total 3D COTS solution - a breakthrough 3D Engine for rapid,
gaming quality 3D GEOINT. Load geospatial data and 3D
models of any size, resolution, and format for global real-time
3D visualization, 4D fusion, and accurate analysis. Load GIS,
NGA, KML, CDB, LIDAR, FMV, Vricon, Acute3D, CAD, and
Web Services.
Contact: Robert Holicky
Phone: 607-323-1114
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Stuart Blundell
Phone: 571-203-1575
Email: [email protected]
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Harris has a 120 year legacy of providing
advanced, technology-based solutions that
solve government and commercial customers’
mission critical challenges.
VISIT US AT BOOTH #828
Headwall Photonics Inc.
HERE
Booth #1035
www.headwallphotonics.com
Booth #1623
www.company.here.com
Headwall’s hyperspectral imaging sensors are small, light,
and precise. Applications include precision agriculture,
environmental monitoring, ISR, mining/geology, infrastructure
inspection and more. Spectral ranges include VNIR, Extended
VNIR, NIR, SWIR. Attributes: Reflective and concentric; High
SNR; wide field of view; high spatial and spectral resolution;
aberration corrected optics; rugged construction.
HERE is a leader in mapping and location technology, enabling
rich experiences for consumers, vehicles, enterprises and
cities. We are backed by a consortium of leading automotive
companies. To learn more, visit http://360.here.com.
Contact: Cliff Allison
Phone: 408-663-5588
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Kirk Grim
Phone: 978-353-4010
Email: [email protected]
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Booth #1721
www.hpe.com
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is an industry leading technology
company that enables customers to go further, faster. With
the industry’s most comprehensive portfolio, spanning the
cloud to the data center to workplace applications, our
technology and services help customers around the world
make IT more efficient, more productive and more secure.
Contact: Esmeralda Vandell
Phone: 858-924-4440
Email: [email protected]
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise Software
HumanGeo
Booth #1729
www.carahsoft.com/hpsoftware
You need to have vast technology agility to be successful in
the idea economy. Hewlett Packard Enterprise Software helps
you do that by leveraging—and defending—100% of your
business, human and machine data. We provide solutions
for application development management, IT operations
management, security and big data.
Booth #315
www.thehumangeo.com
The HumanGeo Group specializes in innovative software
and analytics to enable geospatial data fusion and big data
analytics for decision support, market intelligence, and
business intelligence. We utilize cutting-edge data analysis
techniques to quickly and effectively simplify complex
challenges, solve problems and spot opportunities for
business leaders.
Contact: Justine Bullock
Phone: 703-230-7477
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Brian Poe
Phone: 703-888-1237
Email: [email protected]
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HyTrust
IC DTE
Booth #1733
www.hytrust.com
Booth #2014
https://intelshare.intelink.ic.gov/sites/icdtecustomercare/
sitepages/home.aspx
HyTrust is a virtualization and cloud security organization
backed by VMware, Intel and Cisco. Our solutions mitigate
the risk of data center failure and data breaches due to
issues that occur within virtualized environments. Combined
with our encryption product, organizations can now expand
virtualization to mission critical applications and take full
advantage of the cloud.
The IC Desktop Environment (IC DTE) is part of the ODNI
initiative to integrate community IT systems. IC DTE is the
desktop service provider for the IC Information Technology
Enterprise (IC ITE). DIA and NGA serve as co-executive
agents overseeing the design and implementation of the IC
desktop solution. The effort is managed by the IC DTE Joint
Program Management Office (JPMO).
Contact: Harold Hinson
Phone: 410-703-5290
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Dana Dodd
Email: [email protected]
ICES
i3 ICS LLC
Booth #2133
www.i3ics.com
Booth #716
www.ices-inc.net
Unique in the industry, i3 ICS is a Service Disabled, VeteranOwned Small Business (SDVOSB) specializing in analytical
integration – the process of synchronizing new or emerging
technologies into the analytical process to maximize
impact and streamline operations. i3 ICS’ experience and
understanding helps provide both technical and practical
solutions to customers’ requirements.
ICES provides Enterprise engineering and integration
services, specializing in architecture (systems, data,
security), information assurance, mission operations, IT asset
management and accredited asset management training.
We leverage expertise in agile engineering while ensuring
the transformation of systems to service-oriented and cloud
based capabilities are sound, secure and cost effective.
Contact: Bobbi Sorrell
Phone: 703-313-7040
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Randy Brown
Phone: 703-489-0201
Email: [email protected]
IBM
ikeGPS
Booth #1018
www.ibm.com/outthink
Booth #1639
www.ikegps.com
Welcome to the cognitive era. A new era of technology with
systems that ingests all kinds of data, deliver new insights
and never stop learning. Cognitive computing can increase
engagement between government agencies and citizens. Are
you ready for this new era? Visit IBM at booth #1018.
ikeGPS is changing the way the world is measured, utilizing
its smart laser measurement solutions to capture, record and
export measurement and location data. Numerous GEOINT
experts and field data collection-based professionals use
ikeGPS products, a portfolio including IKE and Spike, to
modernize and expedite their measurement process.
Contact: Gabe Chang
Phone: 301-803-3655
Email: [email protected]
Contact: James Pardue
Phone: 303-880-4306
Email: [email protected]
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Image Matters LLC
Insitu Inc.
Booth #1516
www.imagemattersllc.com
Booth #1507
www.insitu.com
Image Matters is setting the pace for next generation
analytics-on-demand. Our innovative knowledge-assisted
structured analytics and object-based intelligence framework
are helping chart the course for object-based production.
Want to change the world of GEOINT? Come see our latest
product for analysts, FactWeave.
Insitu creates customized unmanned aerial systems
and media management software solutions that provide
information for superior decision making. Our platforms
- ScanEagle and Integrator -- deliver high-quality, combatproven ISR for both land and maritime missions. Insitu is a
wholly owned subsidiary of The Boeing Company.
www.insitu.com
Contact: Janine Hussey
Phone: 703-669-5510
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Danny Proko
Phone: 949-540-0741
Email: [email protected]
Infoblox Federal
InTec LLC
Booth #1539
www.infobloxfederal.com
Booth #820
www.intecllc.net
Infoblox delivers critical network services that protect DNS
infrastructure, automate cloud deployments, and increase the
reliability of enterprise and service provider networks. As the
industry leader in DNS, DHCP, and IP address management,
Infoblox reduces the risk and complexity of networking. Our
solutions help over 8,100 enterprises and service providers
control their networks.
InTec, LLC, a Northern Virginia-based Service Disabled
Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), provides Systems
Engineering and Integration, Program Management, Intelligence
Operations, and Training solutions to the Federal Government.
InTec professionals offer years of technical and management
expertise from positions across the federal government, to
include Civil, Defense, and Intelligence Agencies.
Contact: Chris Wilkinson
Phone: 703-307-4007
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Nate Copeland
Phone: 703-255-1524
Email: [email protected]
InQuisient
Intelligent Software Solutions Inc.
Booth #1533
www.inquisient.com
Booth #2234
www.issinc.com
InQuisient’s Enterprise Architecture Platform is a highly
scalable, Web-based tool that is the choice for many
Government Enterprises today. Come hear our Federal
customer stories and learn about our new FITARA tool
at booth #1533.
Intelligent Software Solutions empowers Federal, Defense and
Fortune 500 customers by delivering the right data at the right
time with cost-effective solutions. We help turn information
overload into information advantage - by providing data
visualization, event analysis, pattern detection, and business
process workflow - using cloud native and enterprise
architectures.
Contact: Randy Ridley
Phone: 888-230-2181
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Tiffany Stephens
Phone: 719-452-7000
Email: [email protected]
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KeyW Corporation
Booth #1008
www.keywcorp.com
KeyW is a specialized provider of mission-critical geospatial
intelligence and cybersecurity to US Government defense,
intelligence and national security agencies and commercial
enterprises. We develop and deploy novel processing
techniques for EO/IR, Hyperspectral, LiDAR, Radar, SIGINT,
OSINT and other GEOINT sensors. We provide airborne,
ground vehicle and handheld collection systems.
Contact: KeyW
Phone: 443-733-1600
Email: [email protected]
Kongsberg Geospatial
Booth #1315
www.kongsberggeospatial.com
Our leading Situational Awareness and Command and
Control (C2,C4I) software solutions allow users of geospatial
information to produce high performance, accurate and
reliable applications. We understand that when faced with
mission critical decisions you need information that’s easy to
see and use.
Intergraph Government Solutions
Booth #1012
www.intergraphgovsolutions.com
Contact: Adam Robinson
Phone: 512-516-9385
Email: [email protected]
For U.S. Department of Defense and Intelligence
organizations, working in the cloud isn’t the future- it’s
now. Our technology enables organizations to successfully
advance from a desktop-centric model to the cloud. New
technology offers an alternative to more traditional and
cumbersome commercial-off-the-shelf software and is
compatible with emerging cloud-based infrastructures.
LAND INFO Worldwide Mapping LLC
Booth #907
www.landinfo.com
LAND INFO is a leading provider of satellite imagery and
value-added remote sensing solutions such as feature
extraction (buildings, roads, hydrology etc.), spectral
classification/Object-Based Image Analysis (land-use/landcover, vegetation & change detection mapping) and Digital
Elevation Models. The company also offers an extensive
archive of global digital map data, including a recently
developed 1:25,000 vector dataset of Iran.
Contact: Rob Mott
Phone: 703-264-5713
Email: [email protected]
International Spy Museum
Booth #1322
www.spymuseum.org
The International Spy Museum chronicles the history of
spying throughout the ages and across the globe. Without
political bias, the Museum presents the facts behind the
missions, tradecraft, and the spies themselves and features
the largest collection of international espionage-related
artifacts on public display. 800 F Street, NW Washington,
202.EYE.SPYU spymuseum.org
Contact: Nick Hubing
Phone: 303-790-9730
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Rebecca Diamond
Phone: 202-654-0954
Email: [email protected]
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Learning Tree International
LGS Innovations
Booth #1339
www.learningtree.com
Booth #2202
www.lgsinnovations.com
Learning Tree is a leading provider of hands-on IT and
management training with a library of over 6,000 pre-scheduled
courses. Since 1974, over 2.3 million course participants from
over 66,000 businesses and government organizations around
the world have enhanced their skills and achieved certifications
under the guidance of expert instructors.
LGS Innovations delivers next-generation solutions
addressing the most complex networking and
communications challenges facing government and
commercial enterprises worldwide. LGS delivers
groundbreaking research and advanced networking and
communications solutions that provide an information
advantage that contributes to the mission and operational
success of its customers. Visit www.lgsinnovations.com.
Contact: Karen Najjoum
Phone: 703-925-5610
Email: [email protected]
Leidos
Contact: Ray Ivie
Phone: 703-394-1400
Email: [email protected]
Booth #703
www.leidos.com
Liferay Inc.
Booth #1835
www.liferay.com
Leidos is a science and technology solutions leader working
to address some of the world’s toughest challenges in
national security, health, and engineering. Supporting vital
government and commercial missions, we develop innovative
solutions to drive better outcomes, and defend critical
infrastructures from ‘new world’ threats. For more information,
visit www.leidos.com.
Liferay makes software that helps companies create digital
experiences on web, mobile, and connected devices. The
Liferay platform is open source, which makes it more reliable,
innovative and secure. Companies such as Adidas, Carrefour,
Cisco Systems, Danone, Fujitsu, Lufthansa Flight Training,
Siemens, Société Générale and the United Nations use
Liferay. Learn more at www.liferay.com.
Contact: Rob Zitz
Phone: 571-526-7065
Email: [email protected]
Level 3 Communications
Contact: Johnnie Stubbs
Phone: 877-543-3729
Email: [email protected]
Booth #1235
www.level3.com/government
LizardTech
Booth #414
www.lizardtech.com
Level 3 Communications builds, operates and maintains a
global communications network to deliver secure managed
solutions for enterprises, carriers and governments.
LizardTech has delivered state-of-the-art software products
for managing and distributing massive, high-resolution
geospatial data such as aerial and satellite imagery and LiDAR
data. LizardTech pioneered the MrSID technology, a powerful
wavelet-based image encoder, viewer, and file format and now
has offices in Seattle, Denver, London and Tokyo. LizardTech is
a business name of Celartem Technology Inc.
Contact: Chris Green
Phone: 703-287-9611
Email: [email protected]
LexisNexis
Booth #1617
www.lexisnexis.com/en-us/home.page
Contact: Jeff Young
Phone: 303-815-2254
Email: [email protected]
LexisNexis provides flexible data feeds of over 89,000 news
information sources to the intelligence community allowing
analysts to corroborate existing data with verifiable, licensed
content. LexisNexis supplies data that helps analysts
maximize efficiency, utilizing single search. Analysts can work
smarter, be more agile and quickly respond to incidences.
Contact: Adam Dietz
Phone: 202-857-8207
Email: [email protected]
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LocationTech
Los Alamos National Laboratory
Booth #314
www.locationtech.org
Booth #1921
www.lanl.gov
LocationTech is a working group hosted by the Eclipse
Foundation, a not-for-profit member supported corporation.
LocationTech is community for individuals and organizations
collaboratively developing commercially-friendly open source
software that is location aware. LocationTech hosts R&D
projects and provides services to cultivate community and an
ecosystem of commercial products and services.
LANL is a multidisciplinary, capability-based research institution
engaged in strategic science, enhancing national security by
ensuring the safety, security, and reliability of the U.S. nuclear
deterrent; developing technologies to reduce global threats; and
solving other emerging national security and energy challenges.
Contact: David Seigel
Phone: 505-665-2743
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Andrea Ross
Phone: 613-614-5772
Email: [email protected]
Luciad
Booth #1320
www.luciad.com
Lockheed Martin
Booth #919
www.lockheedmartin.com
Luciad’s real-time situational awareness geospatial software
components are known for their flexibility, high performance
and accuracy. They play an invaluable role in safety, aviation,
military and transport industries. Our international client base
includes the FAA, NATO, Air Navigation Service Providers,
MODs, and system integrators such as Boeing, Lockheed
Martin and Thales.
Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin is
a global security and aerospace company that - with the
addition of Sikorsky - employs approximately 126,000 people
worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design,
development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of
advanced technology systems, products and services.
Contact: Demetreus Lancsweert
Phone: 202-507-5895
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Lisa Murty
Phone: 703-413-5516
Email: [email protected]
Mapbox
LogRhythm
Booth #611
www.mapbox.com
Booth #1503
www.logrhythm.com
Mapbox is a mapping platform for developers. Our building
blocks make it easy to integrate location into any application.
We want to change the way people move around cities and
understand our planet.
LogRhythm, the leader in security intelligence and analytics,
empowers organizations around the globe to rapidly detect,
respond to and neutralize damaging cyber threats. The
company’s patented and award-winning platform uniquely
unifies next-generation SIEM, log management, network and
endpoint forensics, and advanced security analytics.
Contact: Jeremy Stratman
Phone: 415-509-1352
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Brant West
Phone: 720-492-1975
Email: [email protected]thm.com
MapLarge
Booth #1828
www.maplarge.com
Lookout Mobile Security
Lookout’s technology is fueled by a global sensor network of
more than 100 million sensors and tens of thousands of apps.
With this scale and the predictive machine intelligence, Lookout
can identify connections that would otherwise go unseen and
stop cybercriminals from attacking mobile devices.
MapLarge provides a cloud-based software platform that
enables geospatial analytics and visualization at scale,
enabling faster insights, improved mission results, and lower
risk. The innovative geospatial intelligence platform generates
actionable insight where analysts detect present and future
real world threats. MapLarge customers include government,
law enforcement, defense, national security, public safety and
commercial organizations.
Contact: Stuart Bost
Phone: 844-44LKOUT
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Neil Segall
Phone: 781-439-5640
Email: [email protected]
Booth #1837
www.lookout.com
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MarkLogic Corporation
MDA
Booth #1608
www.marklogic.com
Booth #1329
www.mdacorporation.com
For more than a decade, MarkLogic has delivered a powerful,
agile, and trusted Enterprise NoSQL database platform that
enables organizations to leverage all of their data. Organizations
worldwide rely on MarkLogic’s enterprise strength technology
to power their mission-critical objectives. MarkLogic has offices
throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Australia.
MDA is a member of USGIF, and a leading source for
actionable geospatial intelligence solutions. Actively
supporting the U.S. DoD and Intelligence Community for
three decades, MDA delivers advanced geospatial systems,
services, and products for government and commercial
programs, employing data products from leading highresolution satellite missions.
Contact: Kim Kok
Phone: 571-389-0406
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Kevin Jackson
Phone: 240-833-8294
Email: [email protected]
Maryland Department of Commerce
Mellanox Federal Systems
Booth #2008
www.commerce.maryland.gov
Booth #1321
www.mellanoxfederal.com
The Maryland Department of Commerce, one of 20 agencies
within Maryland’s Executive Branch and the state’s primary
economic development agency, is dedicated to excellence in
customer service and creating quality jobs by attracting new
businesses, stimulating private investment and encouraging
the expansion and retention of existing companies.
Mellanox Federal Systems is a leading supplier of end-toend Ethernet and Infiniband interconnect solutions and
services for servers and storage, and set the standard for
performance, size and cost. Mellanox solutions are used by
federal agencies in the areas of cloud computing, defense/
intelligence, big-data analysis and High Performance
Computing (HPC).
Contact: Ken McCreedy
Phone: 410-767-6379
Email: [email protected]
MathWorks
Contact: Kyle Maida
Phone: 571-699-5983
Email: [email protected]
Booth #430
www.mathworks.com
MemSQL
Booth #1514
www.memsql.com
MathWorks is the leading developer of mathematical
computing software. MATLAB, the language of technical
computing, is a programming environment for algorithm
development, data analysis, visualization, and numeric
computation. Simulink is a graphical environment for
simulation and Model-Based Design for multi-domain mixedsignal and embedded systems. For additional information,
visit mathworks.com.
MemSQL is a high-performance, in-memory database that
combines the horizontal scalability of distributed systems with
the familiarity of SQL.
Contact: Serena Malkani
Phone: 925-918-1482
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Roger Wilson
Phone: 508-647-5605
Email: [email protected]
Mesosphere
Booth #517
www.mesosphere.com
Mesosphere’s Datacenter Operating System (DCOS) makes
it easy to build and run modern distributed applications
in production at scale, by pooling resources across an
entire datacenter or cloud. With DCOS you can orchestrate
containers at scale with a rock-solid platform powering
today’s production hyperscale datacenters.
Contact: Kim Garshol
Phone: 510-246-6943
Email: [email protected]
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Micron Technology
National Reconnaissance Office (NRO)
Booth #1317
www.micron.com
Booth #2015
www.nro.gov
Micron is a global leader in advanced semiconductor
systems, with more than 35 years of memory expertise.
Micron’s broad portfolio of high-performance DRAM, Flash,
SSDs, and multichip packages enable innovative solutions for
the most demanding federal computing, storage, networking,
mobile and embedded needs.
The NRO is a joint Department of Defense-Intelligence
Community organization responsible for developing,
launching, and operating America’s intelligence satellites.
Using NRO data, the National Security Agency, National
Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and other NRO mission
partners produce intelligence products for the President,
Congress, national policymakers, warfighters, and civil users.
Contact: Jim Board
Phone: 208-368-4000
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Suzanne Arey
Phone: 703-808-2356
Email: [email protected]
MotionDSP
National System for Geospatial Intelligence (NSG)
Booth #331
www.motiondsp.com
Booth #2021
http://nsg.nga.mil/
Ikena ISR is a GPU-accelerated software application that
allows organizations to process and enhance video in real
time. Installable on either laptops or workstations, Ikena ISR’s
patented high-performance image processing and computer
vision algorithms help analysts get actionable intelligence
anywhere in the world.
The National System for Geospatial Intelligence (NSG) is the
Enterprise comprised of National, International, Commercial
and Academic contributors and consumers of Geospatial
Intelligence (GEOINT). The GEOINT Functional Manager
leads and oversees the NSG to synchronize operations and
to realize a professional, interoperable, agile, and integrated
GEOINT Enterprise.
Contact: Dustin Puerto
Phone: 703-657-0970
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Trina Patterson
Phone: 571-557-4029
Email: [email protected]
National Geospatial-Intelligence
Agency (NGA)
Netlocity
Booth #2027
www.nga.mil
Booth #338
www.netlocity.com
NGA is a unique combination of intelligence agency and
combat support agency. It is the world leader in timely,
relevant, accurate and actionable GEOINT. NGA enables
the U.S. intelligence community and the Department of
Defense (DOD) to fulfill the president’s national security
priorities to protect the nation.
Netlocity is an IT solutions firm headquartered in La Plata,
Maryland. We specialize in advanced document capture
and enterprise content management systems. We offer an
intuitive, experienced team that develops custom end-toend solutions to help solve your business goals quickly and
efficiently. Netlocity’s services include project scoping, project
recommendation, installation, configuration and support.
Contact: Brandi Perrow
Phone: 571-557-9386
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Gabi Baldwin
Phone: 301-304-3197
Email: [email protected]
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NJVC is helping the IC transform in the era of cloud. From Migration
EngineeringSM to apps and hybrid IT, we raise IT to the next power.
To find out how, visit us at Booth #529
NetScout
NITAAC
Booth #1434
www.netscout.com
Booth #2022
nitaac.nih.gov
NETSCOUT SYSTEMS, INC. is a market leader in real-time
service assurance and cybersecurity solutions for today’s
most demanding environments. NETSCOUT’s Adaptive
Service Intelligence (ASI) technology continuously monitors
the service delivery environment to identify performance
issues and helps teams to quickly resolve issues that can
impact user experience or threaten mission success. www.
netscout.com
The National Institutes of Health Information Technology
Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) is an OMB
Executive Agent with three government-wide acquisition
contracts valued at $60 billion. A full service acquisition office,
NITAAC can help any federal civilian or DoD agency acquire IT
products, services and solutions faster and more efficiently.
Contact: Customer Support Center
Phone: 888-773-6542
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Andrea Flaherty
Phone: 978-614-4139
Email: [email protected]
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Northeastern University
NJVC
Booth #107
www.northeastern.edu
Booth #529
www.njvc.com
Northeastern University is global, experiential, research
university in Boston, Massachusetts. Our MPS in Geographic
Information Technology program is nationally recognized as
an online NGA Center of Geospatial Excellence and is USGIF
accredited. The two awards are complementary and help to
provide quality assurance for employers seeking students
who meet 21st-century analytical workforce requirements.
NJVC helps Intelligence agencies maximize mission
capability through advanced cloud computing without
compromising security, availability or usability. NJVC
engineers better paths to the cloud and improves
IT performance through cloud migration and hybrid
IT transformation & optimization. We align and
manage more responsive, agile IT through enterprise
management & monitoring, software solutions and an
absolute commitment to cyber security. As a trusted
IC partner since 2000, NJVC unleashes the power of
advanced technology within the unique requirements
of the Intelligence enterprise. Our 1,200 highly cleared
IT professionals are deployed globally, driven by your
mission. To learn more, visit njvc.com.
Contact: Alex Plunkett
Phone: 617-373-8673
Email: [email protected]
Northrop Grumman
Booth #1201
www.northropgrumman.com
Northrop Grumman is a leading global security company
providing innovative systems, products and solutions
in unmanned systems, cyber, C4ISR, and logistics
and modernization to government and commercial
customers worldwide. Through the integration of data
gathered from all domains and INTs, we create a crucial
decision advantage by providing our customers with
real-time, situational awareness. Please visit
www.northropgrumman.com for more information.
Contact: Jeff Bongianino
Phone: 703-429-9389
Email: [email protected]
New Relic
Booth #1638
www.newrelic.com
New Relic is a software analytics company that makes sense
of billions of data points about millions of applications in
real-time. Our comprehensive platform provides agencies
like CMS and Dept of Transportation a powerful interface
for web and mobile applications and consolidates the
performance monitoring data for any chosen technology in
your environment.
Contact: Timothy Pasierb
Phone: 314-704-0434
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Robert (Rob) Withers
Phone: 513-616-7297
Email: [email protected]
Nimble Storage
Come
visit us at
GEOINT 2016,
booth #1201.
Booth #1736
www.nimblestorage.com
Nimble Storage knows government agencies shouldn’t
compromise on performance, capacity, ease of use, or
price. To cut costs without performance, they developed the
first storage architecture designed from the ground up to
seamlessly integrate SSDs with high-capacity disks, all to give
you unparalleled performance and capacity efficiency, easier
backups and DR, and stress-free operations
Contact: Eric Wilson
Phone: 703-343-5525
Email: [email protected]
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Novetta
Observera Inc.
Booth #608
www.novetta.com
Booth #1904
www.observera.com
Novetta is a premier advanced analytics solutions provider
focused on the Intelligence, Defense, and Law Enforcement
communities. We are strategically positioned at the
convergence of commercial and national security priorities
and offer capabilities in geospatial analysis; open source
intelligence; big data & cyber analytics, correlation, security
& forensics; biometrics; cloud; and enterprise-class SOA
implementation.
Observera is a high technology, small business that
specializes in sophisticated geospatial science, processing
and analysis. Located in the Washington D.C. area,
Observera has supported the defense, intelligence and
commercial communities since 1995 with advanced
geospatial information systems, system engineering prototype
development, process automation and imagery services.
Contact: Mark Yeshnik
Phone: 703-378-3153
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Andrea Keilholtz
Phone: 703-885-1024
Email: [email protected]
OGSystems
NTT DATA Corporation
Booth #1715
www.ogsystems.com
Booth #336
http://aw3d.jp/en/index.html
OGSystems is a disruptive GEOINT Solutions provider- we
are technology enablers. We don’t just create proprietary
solutions for our customers, we seek the best ones. Immersing
in our clients’ mission needs, we work tougher to combine our
vast experience with the best technologies and partnerships
available to get you from problem to solution- faster.
AW3D, The Prime Minister of Japan Award winning product,
is the world’s first five-meter-resolution 3D Topographic Data
covering all global land spaces including Antarctica. NTT DATA,
a global IT solutions provider, and RESTEC developed based
on satellite images taken by Advanced Land Observing Satellite
(ALOS) of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA).
Contact: Carrie Drake
Phone: 703-870-7552
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Toyosu Koutou-ku
Phone: +81-50-5546-2507
Email: [email protected]
OmniEarth Inc.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
Booth #614
www.omniearth.net
Booth #1915
www.ornl.gov/gist
OmniEarth offers a variety of geospatial solutions and
information services that provide decision makers with the
data they need to make informed decisions. OmniEarth
specializes in image processing, data fusion, big data and
predictive analytics, answering questions most pertinent to
industry, government and consumers.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory has been a pioneer in
addressing multidisciplinary problems in energy, environment,
and national/homeland security since 1969. Today, ORNL is
internationally recognized for, and committed to developing
novel technological solutions and GEOINT products through
GIScience R&D including high performance geospatial
computing ranging from regional to global scope.
Contact: Bryon Hargis
Phone: 888-838-6318 ext. 703
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Budhendra Bhaduri
Phone: 865-241-3976
Email: [email protected]
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Palo Alto Networks
Oracle National
Security Group
Booth #2102
www.paloaltonetworks.com
Booth #401
www.oracle.com
Palo Alto Networks is the next-generation security company,
leading a new era in cybersecurity by safely enabling
applications and preventing cyber breaches for organizations
worldwide. Built with highly differentiated cyberthreat
prevention capabilities, our security platform delivers security
far superior to legacy or point products, and safely enables
daily business operations.
Oracle’s National Security Group serves as a trusted
partner to the members of the US Intelligence
Community by providing them with innovative
technology solutions that will assist the US to produce
the world’s most comprehensive and responsive
intelligence.
Contact: Susan Stover
Phone: 703-298-8730
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Denise Matalas
Phone: 703-364-4124
Email: [email protected]
PAR Government
Booth #432
www.pargovernment.com
ORBCOMM
Booth #321
www.orbcomm.com
PAR Government delivers innovative systems and service
solutions for the geospatial intelligence community with a
focus on Situational Awareness, FMV, raster imagery, LiDAR,
and geospatial information assurance. For 30+ years, PAR
has provided cutting edge support to the DoD, Federal, State
and local agencies, as well as private industry and global
commercial/government markets.
ORBCOMM provides the industry’s most complete situational
picture of global vessel activity by using AIS data from its
own satellite constellation in partnership with some of the
most trusted maritime providers in the world. ORBCOMM
also provides M2M multi-network connectivity, devices and
IoT applications for industries including transportation, heavy
equipment, oil and gas, and government.
Contact: Wes Cordova
Phone: 315-356-2204
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Greg Flessate
Phone: 703-433-6300
Email: [email protected]
Penn State World Campus
Booth #1815
www.worldcampus.psu.edu
Orbit Logic
Booth #1615
www.orbitlogic.com
Penn State World Campus, backed by over a century of
distance education and 15+ years of outstanding online
instruction, offers more than 100 programs, awarding degrees
and transcripts identical to those earned by on-campus
students. Our mission is to ensure your access to a quality
academic experience, anywhere, anytime.
Orbit Logic specializes in mission planning, scheduling, and
space situational awareness. Orbit Logic’s operationally
proven software products create better plans faster with fewer
resources, more insight, and less risk. Our highly configurable
desktop, web, mobile, and onboard software supports
analysis and operations for domains including aerial/satellite
imaging and space/ground networking.
Contact: Laura Fiochetta
Phone: 814-865-7600
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Ella Herz
Phone: 301-982-6234
Email: [email protected]
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Pentaho
Pitney Bowes
Booth #1839
www.pentaho.com
Booth #332
www.pitneybowes.com
Pentaho, a Hitachi Group Company, is building the future of
business analytics. Pentaho’s open source heritage drives our
innovation in a modern, embeddable platform built for accessing
all data sources. Pentaho supports all of the leading Hadoop
distributions, NoSQL databases and high performance analytic
databases. Contact: +1 866-660-7555 or pentaho.com.
Pitney Bowes is a global technology company offering
innovative products and solutions that enable commerce
in the areas of customer information management, location
intelligence, customer engagement, shipping and mailing,
and global ecommerce. More than 1.5 million clients in
approximately 100 countries around the world rely on
products, solutions and services from Pitney Bowes.
Contact: Trisha Orndoff
Phone: 301-509-5161
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Joe Francica
Phone: 256-640-9507
Email: [email protected]
Pernix Data
PIXIA Corp.
Booth #1538
www.pernixdata.com
Booth #629
www.pixia.com
PernixData builds VM-centric platforms for data center
management and performance. FVP is the leading platform
for server-side storage and VM acceleration. Architect is a
comprehensive platform for data center design, deployment,
operations and optimization. With PernixData software,
you can design and manage the perfect data center with
maximum performance, minimal costs, and scale-out growth.
PIXIA is dedicated to developing the world’s fastest and
most-scalable geospatial database software solutions. Our
open, flexible, and proven platform empowers users to
visualize critical imagery, lidar, video and WAMI rapidly and
securely anywhere in the world, even when disconnected from
networks. Visit www.pixia.com for more information.
Contact: Rob Amos
Phone: 703-209-6480
Emaill: [email protected]
Contact: Mark Sarojak
Phone: 571-203-9665
Email: [email protected]
Phelps2020 Inc.
PlanetRisk (formerly iMapData)
Booth #619
www.phelps2020.com
Booth #1420
www.planetrisk.com
Phelps2020’s software applications address a variety of
challenges in EO/IR video and still imagery, automatically in
a hands-off manner and in real time. Such challenges include
high dynamic range, shadows, low light, bad contrast, and
weather obscurants such as fog and mist. Our products work
on-line with sensor-in-the-loop as well as in forensic mode.
PlanetRisk is revolutionizing analytics and big-data solutions.
By developing models enabling analysts to recognize hidden
patterns, detect anomalies, and forecast future conditions,
we provide a picture of consolidated risk in support of
informed decision-making. Our flagship Advanced Intelligence
Management System integrates situational awareness with
geospatial analysis and 24/7 incident monitoring.
Contact: Besma Abidi
Phone: 865-705-5171
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Bill Rick
Phone: 703-610-7657
Email: [email protected]imapdata.com
Pictometry, an EagleView company
Booth #334
www.eagleview.com
EagleView Technologies offers Pictometry high-resolution,
aerial oblique intelligent images that integrate with most
CAMA solutions. The integrations give GIS professionals the
ability to apply highly accurate, real-world visual context to
property-centric, land-based features.
Contact: Ira Marcus
Phone: 703-599-6819
Email: [email protected]
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PLW Modelworks
PTFS
Booth #2203
www.plwmodelworks.com
Booth #415
www.ptfs.com
PLW Modelworks delivers the most photo-accurate 3D city
models available in the market today. PLW creates accurate,
geo-located 3D models using photogrammetric techniques
in our Melbourne, FL facilities. PLW Models can be delivered
in formats optimized for your needs. Stop by booth #2203 to
discuss your PLW 3D model solution!
With more than 500 partnerships and installations for clients
internationally, PTFS offers customized and proven content
management solutions. Our core products include Knowvation,
Bibliovation and Droneware. To help organizations focus on
their core missions, we also offer highly technical teams that
streamline the process to implement and maintain custom
solutions that best meet their needs.
Contact: Tony Isaacs
Phone: 407-756-5941
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Dan Quinn
Phone: 301-654-8088 ext. 154
Email: [email protected]
Point Duty
Quantum Corporation
Booth #1908
www.pointduty.com.au
Booth #422
www.quantum.com/government
Point Duty is a developer of innovative software products
that source data from Social Networks, Peer-to-Peer
Networks and the internet in general. Combined with leading
GIS systems and connected directly into IBM’s i2 Analyst
Notebook, they assist Government & Law Enforcement
Agencies in their on-going fight to combat cyber crime.
Agencies are under pressure to modernize storage
infrastructure to meet today’s data management challenges.
Whether it’s converging backup and archive—consolidating
data centers—taking advantage of new cloud technologies—or
delivering high-performance shared storage to support missioncritical ISR workflows—Quantum storage solutions can help.
Contact: Mike Summerfield
Phone: 650-924-9921
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Jeff Dunkelberger
Phone: 703-765-3000
Email: [email protected]
Provalis Research
Radiance Technologies Inc.
Booth #536
www.provalisresearch.com
Booth #1416
www.radiancetech.com
Provalis Research is a world’s leading developer of text
analytics software with ground-breaking qualitative and
quantitative analysis programs, such as QDA Miner, an
innovative mixed-methods qualitative data analysis software;
WordStat, a powerful add-on module for computer assisted
content analysis and text mining; and SimStat, an easy yet
powerful statistical software.
Radiance provides extensive Scientific and Technical
Intelligence (S&TI) support to diverse customers such as
the National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC),
NAVOCEANO and U.S. Army INSCOM. As prime on NASIC’s
Advanced Technical Exploitation Program (ATEP) II contract,
Radiance produces and maintains analytical tools and
products for GEOINT/MASINT exploitation.
Contact: Adam Bendriss Alami
Phone: 855-355-5252
Email: [email protected]
Contact: William Bailey III
Phone: 256-520-0874
Email: [email protected]
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RadiantBlue
Recorded Future
Booth #317
www.radiantblue.com
Booth #1303
www.recordedfuture.com
RadiantBlue is an innovative enterprise solution provider. We
partner with our customers in the Intelligence Community,
DoD, and law enforcement. We are experienced in software
engineering, systems engineering and systems integration.
We have subject matter expertise with C4ISR systems,
speech technologies, geospatial technologies, wireless
communications, and satellite ground systems.
Recorded Future arms you with real-time threat intelligence
so you can proactively defend against cyber attacks. With
billions of indexed facts, and more added every day, our
patented Web Intelligence Engine continuously analyzes
the entire Web to give you unmatched insight into emerging
threats. Recorded Future helps protect four of the top five
companies in the world.
Contact: Theresa Klimiuk
Phone: 719-387-1249
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Dan Truitt
Phone: 301-807-0110
Email: [email protected]
Rapid7
Red Hat
Booth #535
www.rapid7.com
Booth #1718
www.redhat.com
Rapid7 cybersecurity analytics software and services
reduce threat exposure and detect compromise for 4,150
organizations, including 34% of the Fortune 1000. From the
endpoint to cloud, we provide comprehensive real-time data
collection, advanced correlation, and unique insight into
attacker techniques to fix critical vulnerabilities, stop attacks,
and advance security programs.
Red Hat is the world’s leading provider of open source
solutions, using a community-powered approach to provide
reliable and high-performing cloud, virtualization, storage,
Linux, and middleware technologies. Together with Red
Hat’s solutions, Red Hat’s worldwide support, training, and
consulting services provide everything you need to bring the
power and freedom of open source into government agencies
and enterprises.
Contact: Sales
Phone: 617-247-1717
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Jeff Spugnardi
Phone: 888-733-4281
Email: [email protected]
Raytheon Company
Red Hen Systems LLC
Booth #1226
www.raytheon.com
Booth #814
www.redhensystems.com
Raytheon Company, with 2015 sales of $23 billion and 61,000
employees, is a technology and innovation leader specializing
in defense, civil government and cybersecurity solutions. With
a history of innovation spanning 94 years, Raytheon provides
state-of-the-art electronics, mission systems integration,
C5ITM products and services, sensing, effects, and mission
support for customers in more than 80 countries.
Tactical Handheld Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance
(THISR) tools including Digital Mapping Reconnaissance
Toolkits (DMRT) and MediaMapper Mobile. DMRT integrates
a camera, GPS unit and software linked through a video
mapping system for nadir or oblique missions. The mapping
app, MediaMapper Mobile, backs up missions by geotagging
photos or video.
Contact: Skip Maselli
Phone: 571-250-1954
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Ellen Skinner
Phone: 970-493-3952
Email: [email protected]
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RIEGL
S2 Analytical Solutions
Booth #323
www.rieglusa.com
Booth #720
www.s2analyticalsolutions.com
RIEGL delivers cutting edge technology in airborne, mobile,
terrestrial, and unmanned LiDAR scanning solutions. From
purchase, to system integration, as well as training and
support, RIEGL stands out as a leader in the industry. RIEGL
USA is the North American center of sales, training, and
support for all RIEGL products.
We are a veteran owned, small business providing full life
cycle, mission-focused system engineering and analytical
services to the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC), Department
of Defense (DoD) and other agencies. Our service offerings
include: Systems Engineering and Integration; Intelligence,
Surveillance, and Reconnaissance; Intelligence Tradecraft
Training; Program Management Support; & Cyber Security.
Contact: Miranda Welky
Phone: 407-248-9927
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Steve Bailey
Phone: 703-597-9647
Email: [email protected]
Riverside Research
Safe Software
Booth #1309
www.riversideresearch.org
Booth #1900
www.safe.com
Riverside Research’s technical expertise delivers total
GEOINT and ISR solutions utilizing a national network of
research facilities, including the new 20,000 square foot
Open Innovation Center (OIC). The OIC embodies the spirit
of discovery, scientific investigation, and national mission
importance that first launched Riverside Research into the
not-for-profit sector fifty years ago.
Safe Software is the maker of FME and global leader in spatial
data transformation. Supporting 345+ formats and applications,
FME enables users to convert, transform, and automate their
data whenever and however it’s needed. FME technology is
used by tens of thousands of organizations to overcome data
challenges, freeing them to focus on their objectives.
Contact: John Boylan
Phone: 703-908-2104
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Harsimran Bal
Phone: 604-501-9985 ext. 249
Email: [email protected]
Rugged Portable Computers (MaxVision)
SAIC
Booth #539
www.maxvision.com
Booth #328
www.saic.com
Rugged Portable Computers (dba MaxVision) specializes in
ruggedizing the industry’s best Commercial-Off-The-Shelf
(COTS) technology to create the fastest rugged portable
computers in the industry which include deployable storage/
servers and multi-screen workstations. Our designs provide
competitive pricing of COTS technology, built rugged for
extreme environments.
SAIC is a premier technology integrator providing full life
cycle services and solutions in the technical, engineering,
intelligence, and enterprise information technology markets.
SAIC provides systems engineering and integration offerings
for large, complex projects. Headquartered in McLean,
Virginia, SAIC has approximately 15,000 employees and
annual revenues of about $4.4 billion.
Contact: Tim Kavanagh
Phone: 256-428-1984
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Thomas Ferguson
Phone: 703-961-4153
Email: [email protected]
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SailPoint / CloudGov Technologies
SAS
Booth #818
www.sailpoint.com
Booth #1903
www.sas.com/national-security
Cloud-based, multi-platform identity data governance solution
driving identity revolution by enabling light-weight pub/priv
cloud. LEADER and VISIONARY in Gartner MQ. Cloud-enable
your identity and governance strategy enterprise-wide with
SailPoint. Please visit our booth for a demo as applications
move from dev/ops to production in a hybrid cloud.
SAS is the leader in predictive analytics software and
services. Through innovative solutions, SAS helps government
and military intelligence fully utilize all available data to solve
complex problems and reveal national security threats. Since
1976, SAS has been giving customers around the world THE
POWER TO KNOW. sas.com/national-security
Contact: Vicki Crawford
Phone: 240-472-4179
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Steve Bennett
Phone: 703-310-5735
Email: [email protected]
SanDisk
SBG Systems
Booth #435
www.sandisk.com
Booth #335
www.sbg-systems.com
At SanDisk, we’re expanding the possibilities of data storage.
Our products are used in the world’s largest data centers,
embedded in the most advanced smartphones, tablets, and
laptops, and entrusted by consumers around the globe.
From handheld devices to hyper-scale data centers, SanDisk
storage solutions make the incredible possible.
SBG Systems offers a complete line of inertial sensors based
on the state-of-the-art MEMS technology such as Attitude
and Heading Reference System (AHRS), Inertial Measurement
Unit (IMU), Inertial Navigation Systems with embedded GPS
(INS/GPS), etc. Our sensors are ideal for industrial, defense &
research projects such as unmanned vehicle control, antenna
tracking, camera stabilization, and surveying/ISR applications.
Contact: Fred Vasofsky
Phone: 703-286-9283
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Jack Mawson
Phone: 657-845-1771
Email: [email protected]
SAP National Security Services (SAP NS2)
SDL Government Inc.
Booth #2035
www.sapns2.com
Booth #1528
www.sdlgov.com
SAP NS2 is an independent, U.S. subsidiary of global
enterprise software company SAP, offering the full suite of
world-class enterprise applications, analytics, database,
cyber security, cloud, and mobility solutions, with
specialized levels of security and support to meet the unique
mission requirements of U.S. national security and critical
infrastructure customers.
The quality available in SDL Government language technology
products has made a number of applications that incorporate
machine translation more effective and efficient, including
broadcast and media monitoring, cross language internet and
enterprise searching, instant message chat, speech to text
translation, social media analytics, and document and media
exploitation.
Contact: Chandler Hill
Phone: 703-819-6161
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Denise Rhea-McKenzie
Phone: 703-665-6739
Email: [email protected]
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Seagate Government Solutions
SitScape
Booth #1421
www.seagate.com/hpc
Booth #1429
www.sitscape.com
Seagate enables MLS for Geospatial Communities. Seagate,
a trusted leader in storage systems, introduces ClusterStor
Secure Lustre (SL). Purpose-engineered for Defense and
Intelligence communities, SL combines high-performance
storage and compute with security best practices. SL is the
only MLS certified scale-out storage system available today.
Learn more at www.seagate.com/hpc.
SitScape is the leader in collaborative User-Defined-OperatingPicture GEO-Situational Awareness software solutions. Our
software enables mission users to visualize disparate data
sources into collaborative UDOP for on-demand situational
awareness; agile GEO data visualization, rapid data correlation;
live monitoring, and secure collaboration- done in seconds in
Web browser with zero programming.
Contact: Michael Moritzkat
Phone: 703-400-2228
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Bobby Polis
Phone: 888-762-656
Email: [email protected]
ServiceNow Inc.
Skyline Software Systems Inc.
Booth #1738
www.servicenow.com
Booth #1714
www.skylinesoft.com
ServiceNow is changing the way people work. With a
service-orientation toward the activities, tasks and processes
that make up day-to-day work life, we help the modern
enterprise transform the delivery and management of
services. ServiceNow provides service management for every
department in the enterprise including IT, human resources,
facilities, field service and more.
Skyline Software Systems, Inc. is a leading provider of 3D
geo-spatial visualization and analysis software for the creation
and dissemination of customized, interactive, photorealistic
3D environments on desktop, web and mobile. Skyline’s
applications and services have been selected as the bestof-breed solution by government, military, intelligence and
commercial clients globally.
Contact: Ed Titus
Phone: 703-201-4499
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Matt Harrison
Phone: 703-378-3780 ext. 112
Email: [email protected]
Sigma Space Corporation
Software AG Government Solutions
Booth #1515
www.sigmaspace.com
Booth #905
www.softwareaggov.com
Sigma Space, the manufacturer and operator of Single
Photon LiDAR sensors, will be featuring our LiDAR
sensor and services suite. New ISR capabilities will be
introduced, including SPIRAL (Single Photon Intelligence &
Reconnaissance Aerial LiDAR), a compact, UAV compatible
ISR LiDAR sensor.
Our integrated digital business platform removes barriers to
connect data from any source. Trusted for rapid application
development, process automation, IT transformation,
real-time in-memory data management and analytics, our
products enable GEOINT professionals to exploit new and
legacy technologies to quickly solve mission critical IT
challenges at massive scale.
Contact: Katie Fitzsimmons
Phone: 301-552-6001
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Ray Falcione
Phone: 240-350-7259
Email: [email protected]
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is the box that flies it.
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Solvarus Consulting Services
Skyport Systems
Booth #1632
www.skyportsystems.com
Booth #719
www.solvarus.com
Skyport Systems provides secure enclaves for the
applications you care about most. Skyport has rearchitected
the x86 hardware and software stack into a turnkey, trusted
system with embedded security. Your data stays on your
premises, while Skyport’s cloud-based management verifies
and documents continuous enforcement.
Solvarus provides consulting services in adoption and
execution of cloud architectures, migration to shared
infrastructures, Agile development (SAFe), adoption of
disruptive technologies, and dynamic service orchestration.
Our team members have extensive expertise in
Geospatial and Signals analysis, Enterprise Architecture,
IT interoperability, Portfolio Management, Acquisition
Leadership, and the entire development lifecycle.
Contact: Rick Hanson
Phone: 603-557-0576
Email: [email protected]
Solers Inc.
Contact: Russ Wallace
Phone: 321-961-5360
Email: [email protected]
Booth #2002
www.solers.com
Space Dynamics Laboratory
Booth #208
www.sdl.usu.edu
Solers, Inc. is an innovative software development/systems
integrator offering CMMI Maturity Level 3 certified and Agile
processes. Solers delivers high quality solutions focusing on
Enterprise Services, Service Oriented Architecture, Cloud
Computing, Satellite Ground Systems, Space Situational
Awareness, Cybersecurity, Mobility, IdAM, Cross Domain
Solutions, Data Visualization and Geospatial Applications.
Space Dynamics Laboratory develops innovative solutions
for remote sensing challenges - from data acquisition to
end-user data exploitation. Expertise includes small satellite
technologies, electro-optical systems, prototype hardware/
software development, concept validation and demonstration,
tactical sensors for real-time data acquisition, data
compression and transmission solutions, ground processing/
display stations, and screening/exploitation software.
Contact: Trey Rhiddlehoover
Phone: 703-526-0001
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Amy Secrist
Phone: 435-713-3380
Email: [email protected]
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SpaceKnow Inc.
Splunk
Booth #1007
www.spaceknow.com
Booth #1531
www.splunk.com
Founded in 2013 Spaceknow, Inc. is a Silicon Valley venture
capital backed startup. Spaceknow works by bringing
transparency to the global economy by tracking global
economic trends from space through their Analytics-as-aService products. The company develops these products
for monitoring economic activity for a wide variety of both
consumer and enterprise clients.
Splunk Inc. is the market-leading platform that powers
Operational Intelligence, with innovative, disruptive solutions
that make machine data accessible, usable and valuable to
everyone. More than 10,000 customers in over 100 countries
use Splunk software and cloud services to make business,
government and education more efficient, secure and
profitable. Try Splunk solutions for free:
http://www.splunk.com/free-trials.
Contact: Pavel Machalek
Phone: 443-824-0877
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Pamela Sotnick
Phone: 240-460-9566
Email: [email protected]
Spatial Networks Inc.
SRC Inc.
Booth #428
www.spatialnetworks.com
Booth #1438
www.srcinc.com
Spatial Networks is a geospatial technology solutions provider
specializing in data acquisition, analysis, visualization, humangeography & management with emphasis on emerging & postconflict regions. Our products and services amplify GEOINT for
CONUS and OCONUS requirements. We operate a strategic
global footprint & respond with an on-demand tempo.
SRC is a not-for-profit research and development company
and SRCTec is its high-tech manufacturing and lifecycle
support subsidiary. Together, they are redefining possible with
unique, next-generation solutions of national significance in
defense, environment and intelligence.
Contact: Anthony Quartararo
Phone: 727-538-0545
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Jack LoSecco
Phone: 315-452-8998
Email: [email protected]
Spectra Logic
SRI International
Booth #329
www.spectralogic.com
Booth #1511
www.sri.com
Spectra Logic develops deep storage solutions that solve the
problem of long-term storage for business and technology
professionals dealing with exponential data growth. Spectra
Logic enables affordable, multi-decade data storage and
access by creating new methods of managing information in
all forms of deep storage.
SRI International is a leader in R&D and technology transition
for the Intelligence Community and DoD. Our technology
portfolio includes state-of-the-art software and systems for
the processing and exploitation of video, imagery, and LIDAR.
Visit us at booth #1511 to learn more.
Contact: Ron Krakower
Phone: 609-734-2493
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Glenn Saxman
Phone: 703-407-8800
Email: [email protected]
SwiftStack
Booth #816
www.swiftstack.com
SwiftStack innovations power object storage for research and
enterprises, offering freedom of choice for genuine simplicity
and TCO at scale. SwiftStack has perfected the delivery
of private cloud object storage with software on standard
hardware within and across data centers for content delivery,
active archive, and data-centric workflows.
Contact: Mario Blandini
Phone: 925-759-5537
Email: [email protected]
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Symantec
TeachMeGIS
Booth #1536
www.symantec.com
Booth #622
www.teachmegis.com
Symantec Corporation is an information protection expert
that helps people, businesses and governments that seek
the freedom to unlock the opportunities technology brings.
Our mission is to keep companies and governments safe
from ever-evolving digital threats, so they are confident to
move business forward. Visit www.symantec.com for more
information about Symantec.
TeachMeGIS is the leader in Geographic Information Systems
(GIS) training. Staffed with GIS professionals who have
extensive industry experience, we offer high quality training
and consulting all over the world. Public and private classes
are available. Call us if you need assistance meeting your
company’s GIS goals – we can help!
Contact: Michelle Tuller
Phone: 713-278-7883
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Robin Bycina
Phone: 202-809-3026
Email: [email protected]
Teledyne Technologies
Tableau Software
Booth #1036
www.teledyneoptech.com
Booth #1832
www.tableau.com
Teledyne Technologies is a leading provider of
sophisticated electronic components, instruments and
communications products. Sustaining USGIF Member
Teledyne Optech will be joined by Teledyne DALSA,
Teledyne Imaging Sensors, and Teledyne Brown
Engineering to represent a broader range of Teledyne’s
capabilities and solutions for GEOINT/ISR applications
including Lidar, EO, IR and Hyperspectral Imaging. The
diverse businesses of Teledyne Technologies share
a unified culture that stresses delivering value with
integrity. No matter what GEOINT challenge you face,
Teledyne supports you as a trusted supplier and partner.
Visit Teledyne at Booth #1036 to learn about a range of
new developments and offerings.
Tableau Software helps people see and understand data. Used
by more than 15,000 customer accounts worldwide, Tableau’s
award-winning software delivers fast analytics and rapid-fire
business intelligence. Create visualizations and dashboards in
minutes, then share in seconds. The result? You get answers
from data quickly, with no programming required.
Contact: Sarah Wickizer
Phone: 202-854-2064
Email: [email protected]
TASC, An Engility Company
Booth #929
www.tasc.com
Contact: Tania Fesenko
Phone: 905-660-0808
Email: [email protected]
TASC, an Engility Company, is re-imagining engineering,
integration, acquisition management and decisionsupport services throughout the Intelligence Community.
TASC’s far-reaching perspective and expertise on space
systems, geospatial intelligence, intelligence operations,
to include specialized domains, leverages Silicon
Valley and greater commercial industry partnerships
and practices to provide results! TASC’s reusable,
national security solutions extend beyond organizational
boundaries with shorter time to market, greater cost
savings, and more robust performance while creating
pathways to access to non-traditional innovations.
For more information and career opportunities,
visit our website at www.tasc.com.
TerraGo
Booth #1722
www.terragotech.com
From sharing feature-rich maps and imagery to deploying ondemand apps for a mobile workforce, TerraGo builds intuitive
products that enable collaboration from any place on the
planet. TerraGo invented the industry’s most widely adopted
geospatial collaboration technology with its innovative
GeoPDF products and is revolutionizing field data collection
with its TerraGo Edge mobile platform.
Contact: Samuel Unger
Phone: 703-984-5295
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Scott Lee
Phone: 866-453-1609 ext. 214
Email: [email protected]
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Terran Orbital
The Hydrographic Society of America (THSOA)
Booth #723
www.terranorbital.com
Booth #202
www.thsoa.org
Terran Orbital is the leading provider of nanosatellite defense
solutions, offering turnkey, concept-to-operations services for
government customers. Nanosatellite solutions – including
design and build, testing, launch integration and flight – make
space-based research and utilization more accessible and
cost efficient than ever by leveraging unparalleled industry
knowledge with state-of-the-art technology.
The Hydrographic Society of America (THSOA) is a 501(c)(3)
non-profit organization committed to promoting education
in offshore survey, positioning and mapping, including
hydrography and related earth sciences. THSOA has the
following chapters: Houston, Southeast, West Coast and Latin
America. On odd numbered years THSOA hosts the U.S.
Hydrographic Conference. Visit: www.ushydro2017.com.
Contact: Emily Krasch
Phone: 949-753-1020
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Administrative Assistant
Phone: 774-773-8470
Email: [email protected]
Textron Systems
Tom Sawyer Software
Booth #1402
www.textronsystems.com/gs
Booth #616
www.tomsawyer.com
Textron Systems Geospatial Solutions is an industry-leading
developer and integrator of advanced geospatial exploitation
tools. TSGS has been providing products and support for
nearly 25 years across a variety of industries. Our analytical,
visualization and data management technologies provide
user-focused interfaces, optimized workflows and precise
positioning to deliver actionable intelligence.
Tom Sawyer Software is the industry pioneer of graph
visualization and analysis software. They provide a graphicsbased enterprise platform for building web and desktop
applications that enable visual exploration and editing of
connected data. Organizations with needs in link analysis,
network topology, schematics, dependencies, flows, and
processes rely on their graph visualization and analysis
capabilities.
Contact: Ric Diaz
Phone: 800-937-6881
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Sevda Karimova
Phone: 510-587-3657
Email: [email protected]
The EMC Federation
TomTom
Booth #1735
www.emcfederation.com
Booth #634
www.tomtom.com/geospatial
EMC II, Pivotal, RSA, VCE, and VMware form a unique
Federation of strategically aligned businesses, each focused
and free to execute individually or together. The Federation
provides customer solutions and choice for the softwaredefined enterprise and the emerging 3rd generation platform
of mobile, cloud, big data, and social, transformed by billions
of users and millions of apps.
TomTom is the leading global supplier of transportation
and boundary data, location, logistics, traffic intelligence
navigation products and services to the Defense and
Intelligence Community. TomTom Geospatial delivers the
newest, highest quality global map coverage with navigable
maps for 134 countries.
Contact: Mark Demerse
Phone: 703-871-8626
Email: [email protected]
Contact: John Auble
Phone: 617-640-7897
Email: [email protected]
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Trident Systems Inc.
Booth #1221
www.tridsys.com
re-imagining THe FUTUre oF
intelligence
Trident is the leading provider of certified cross-domain and
single-domain collaboration capabilities for the Coalition
force. Trident’s V2CDS high assurance guard enables secure
cross-domain Voice and Video collaboration and integrates
with exist­ing VoIP infrastructures. Trident’s CG and TacChat
products enable secure text chat for both single and cross
domain functionality.
Contact: Dave Britton
Phone: 703-963-7942
Email: [email protected]
Visit us at Booth #929
TVAR Solutions
Booth #416
www.tvarsolutions.com
engilitycorp.com
TransVoyant
Rnd2 Engility GEOINT cube ad.indd 1
Booth #1914
www.transvoyant.com
3/4/16 2:04 PM
TransVoyant identifies opportunities or risks that happened in
the past, are happening now, or will happen in the future in
order to improve now and future outcomes. From global asset
management to risk intelligence, we switch on the ‘now’ and
‘next’ for your organization through innovative real-time and
predictive technologies.
TVAR Solutions is a value-added reseller that can design,
deploy, and manage effective infrastructure, from data
centers to cloud. Our senior technical advisors, experienced
engineers, and proven performance ensure a fully functional,
dynamic, and secure enterprise. For 10 years we’ve been
streamlining the acquisition of IT products and services to our
Federal Government.
Contact: Stacey Meyer
Phone: 571-235-6157
Email: [email protected]
USGS / Civil Applications Committee
Booth #1909
gfl.usgs.gov
Contact: Jim Clautice
Phone: 703-778-3500
Email: [email protected]
The U.S. Geological Survey provides reliable scientific
information to understand the Earth; minimize loss of life and
property from natural disasters; manage water, biological,
energy, and mineral resources; and enhance and protect our
quality of life. The Civil Applications Committee oversees
Federal civil use of data from National and commercial systems.
Tresys
Booth #2239
www.tresys.com
Tresys’ XD Bridge and XD Guardian cross domain guards
deliver high performance, flexible protection for IC & DoD
networks and were recently selected by Lockheed Martin for
the JSF program. Tresys XD Air is the ONLY product certified
for transferring content into & out of classified environments
via portable media.
Contact: Joel Cugini
Phone: 703-648-7823
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Mike Hickman
Phone: 443-539-0713
Email: [email protected]
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University of Denver
Ursa Space Systems
Booth #206
www.universitycollege.du.edu/gis
Booth #1219
www.ursaspace.com
Develop and hone your GIS skills at the University of
Denver—a top 100 university where you can earn a graduate
certificate 100% online through University College and
then go on to earn the MSGISc through the Department
of Geography and the Environment. Learn more at
universitycollege.du.edu.
Ursa Space Systems is a US-based geospatial services
company that delivers space-based data products to improve
geographic mapping and location-based information services
by providing day, night, and all-weather coverage by utilizing
low cost, synthetic aperture radar. Visit our booth to see our
user-friendly mobile applications in action.
Contact: Laura Froseth
Phone: 303-871-2291
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Julie Baker
Phone: 607-279-1498
Email: [email protected]
University of Mary Washington
UrtheCast
Booth #521
www.umw.edu/gis
Booth #221
www.urthecast.com
The University of Mary Washington, located off I-95
between Washington DC and Richmond Virginia offers
an undergraduate certificate and a Master’s of Science in
Geospatial Analysis (MSGA). The MSGA can be completed in
1 - 3 years. Previous experience with geospatial systems and
previous course work is required for admission. All courses
are offered in the evening.
With a unique sensor suite — Deimos-2, Iris, Theia, and
Deimos-1 — and a powerful, open-API Platform, UrtheCast
provides space-based imagery and video at multiple
resolutions to address diverse and complex requirements.
Announced at GEOINT 2015, UrtheCast is developing a
groundbreaking, 16 satellite fully-integrated SAR+Optical
Constellation.
Contact: Brian Rizzo
Phone: 540-654-1386
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Lyne Rainville
Phone: 604-669-1788
Email: [email protected]
University of Southern California
United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation
(USGIF)
Booth #111
www.spatial.usc.edu
Booth #901
www.usgif.org
The University of Southern California Spatial Sciences
Institute stands out as a worldwide leader in geospatial
science education, offering an online M.S. in GIST, graduate
certificates in geospatial intelligence and geospatial
leadership, a residential M.S. in Spatial Informatics and a
Ph.D. in Population, Health and Place.
The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF)
is a non-profit, educational organization dedicated to promoting
the geospatial intelligence tradecraft and building a strong
GEOINT Community across industry, academia, government,
professional organizations, and individual stakeholders. USGIF
annually hosts the GEOINT Symposium, the nation’s preeminent
and largest intelligence event of the year.
Contact: Ken Watson
Phone: 213-740-8298
Email: [email protected]
Build the Community | Advance the Tradecraft |
Accelerate Innovation
Contact: Jeff Ley
Phone: 703-793-0109
Email: [email protected]
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RELIABLE
to the core.
end-to-end systems integration. It’s at the
core of what we do. From cloud migration to
lifecycle solutions and enterprise architecture
to agile engineering—you can rely on Vencore’s
experts and 200+ proven engineering tools to
ensure mission critical success,
every time.
SyStemS engineering • Cyber SeCurity
Applied reSeArCh • dAtA AnAlytiCS
U.S. Census Bureau
Vencore
Booth #2020
www.census.gov
Booth #1703
www.vencore.com
The Census Bureau’s mission is to serve as the leading
source of quality data about the nation’s people and economy.
Web applications that use Census geospatial data such as
TIGERweb and Census Geocoder provide the public with easy
access to the ‘where’ component of our survey data.
Vencore provides an information advantage to agencies
across the Intelligence Community. At our core, we provide
comprehensive, cost-effective support and expertise for
systems engineering solutions for complex systems and IT
infrastructures. Our scalable systems engineering platform for
modeling, simulation and analysis helps customers baseline
requirements, optimize resources and manage risk.
Contact: Geography Division
Phone: 301-763-1128
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Bill Washburn
Phone: 571-259-4438
Email: [email protected]
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Video Inform
VMware
Booth #722
www.video-inform.com
Booth #1838
www.vmware.com
Video Inform introduces its field-proven solution the
Visual Profiler - a visual search engine for automatic target
acquisition on aerial & satellite imagery. This software solution
designed for operational geospatial intelligence and airborne
ISR missions. Visual Profiler makes your imagery more
valuable & copes with the growing of information overload.
VMware (NYSE: VMW), is a global leader in cloud
infrastructure and business mobility. The company’s solutions
enable IT organizations to innovate in new ways that leverage
the cloud and business mobility. With 2014 revenues of more
than $6 billion VMware has more than 500,000 customers
worldwide and offers a robust ecosystem of more than 75,000
partners. Learn more at www.vmware.com.
Contact: Idan Wolfson
Phone: +972529203049
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Carol Traynor
Phone: 571-839-9490
Email: [email protected]
ViON Corporation
Voyager Search
Booth #1902
www.vion.com
Booth #1422
www.voyagersearch.com
ViON Corporation (www.vion.com) designs, delivers and
maintains high-end information technology solutions for the
military, governments and commercial businesses. A market
leader with over 35 years’ experience, ViON applies deep
expertise and mission focus to solve complex enterprise
problems and deliver effective results with cloud, big data and
other innovative IT solutions.
Voyager is an all-in-one, Lucene/Solr solution with an easyto-use interface for search, data management, document
delivery and map visualization. Voyager offers the speed and
performance you’ve come to expect in consumer search across
your content. We specialize the presentation of geospatial
content, adding spatial context and indexing every file type.
Contact: Evan Laufer
Phone: 571-353-6087
Email: [email protected]
Contact: Brian Goldin
Phone: 909-730-6698
Email: [email protected]
Visallo
Vormetric Inc.
Booth #717
www.visallo.com
Booth #1634
www.vormetric.com
Visallo is an investigative case management platform built
using open-source technology allowing users to curate and
explore vast amounts of data while providing the ability to
view information in a way that’s meaningful and impactful.
Users can discover relationships, link data, and view data in a
collaborative and secure environment.
Vormetric’s Data Security Platform protects data regardless of
server, application or environment. Scalable, easy to use and
transparent to business operations, it combines advanced
encryption, strong policy and access controls and solid
security intelligence to secure data wherever it lives across
the organization. Our comprehensive platform protects data
while reducing cost.
Contact: Susan Feng
Phone: 844-847-2556 ext. 703
Email: [email protected].com
Contact: Wayne Lewandowski
Phone: 540-454-9075
Email: [email protected]
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what3words
Booth #617
what3words.com
Can your commercial
satellite data do this?
what3words is a location reference system based on a global
grid of 57 trillion 3mx3m squares; each square has been
pre-assigned a unique 3 word address. Easier to remember
& communicate than GPS, quicker & more cost effective to
implement than street addressing this is a global & humanfriendly system.
At 0.5m resolution?
Contact: Steve Coast
Email: [email protected]
Woolpert
Booth #1619
www.woolpert.com
Serving this nation’s military has been part of Woolpert’s
mission and culture for over 50 years. Our geospatial services
cover LiDAR, mapping, GIS, sensor development, and
systems integration all under one roof to help you obtain and
manage the most accurate, interoperable information all in a
safe, secured environment. www.woolpert.com
#3DAnalytics | #TheGlobein3D
Vricon
Contact: Tim Hale
Phone: 937-531-1668
Email: [email protected]
Booth #1115
www.vricon.com
Vricon has a mission: to build The Globe in 3D. We are
revolutionizing GEOINT tradecraft with 3D analytics and 3D
data models that depict the world the way it really is. Our
products are sensor agnostic, commercially available, and
accurate at any point on Earth. That’s right -- anywhere.
ZODIAC DATA SYSTEMS - ZODIAC AEROSPACE
Booth #1136
www.zodiacaerospace.com
Zodiac Data Systems a high technology company that designs,
manufactures and supplies a broad range of products and
solutions for airborne & ground telemetry, mission video and
flight test recorders, satellite command control, data collection
from observation satellites and products and solutions for
satellite communications QoS monitoring.
Contact: Craig Brower
Phone: 703-283-4588
Email: [email protected]
Washington College
Booth #109
http://gis.washcoll.edu
Contact: Alexandre Thily
Phone: +33630482523
Email: [email protected]
The GIS Program at Washington College is conducting
research on megacities using open source intelligence for
the DOD with our current focus on Mumbai, India, and will
demonstrate our work at GEOINT 2016. We also have several
programs to get youth interested in and excited about the
geospatial intelligence tradecraft.
Contact: Stewart Bruce
Phone: 443-282-0012
Email: [email protected]
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NOT CONTRACTORS
OGSystems is a different kind of GEOINT solutions provider – we are technology enablers. We don’t just create proprietary solutions
for our customers, we seek the best ones. Immersing in our clients’ mission needs, we work together to combine our vast experience
with the best technologies and partnerships available to get you from problem to solution – faster.
Website
www.ogsystems.com
Email
[email protected]
Phone
703 - 870 - 7552
BOOTH
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Apogeo Spatial has a 30-year history of communicating the
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ABOUT
USGIF
The United States Geospatial Intelligence
Foundation (USGIF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit
educational foundation dedicated to promoting
the geospatial intelligence tradecraft and
developing a stronger GEOINT Community with
government, industry, academia, professional
organizations, and individuals who develop and
apply geospatial intelligence to address national
security challenges. USGIF executes its mission
through its various programs and events
and by building the community, advancing
the tradecraft, and accelerating innovation.
INVOLVEMENT
There are a variety of ways for employees of USGIF Member Organizations and Individual USGIF Members to get involved with the Foundation.
USGIF currently has seven working groups and six committees serving various needs and interests across the GEOINT Community.
Email [email protected] to learn more about these volunteer opportunities.
WORKING GROUPS
COMMITTEES
Activity-Based Intelligence Working Group
The ABI WG informs and educates the GEOINT Community on a
common understanding of Activity-Based Intelligence and enhances
communications of the ABI value proposition. [email protected]
Academic
The Academic Committee is responsible for USGIF’s educational
initiatives. In addition to providing scholarships for high school,
undergraduate, and graduate students, the committee spearheads
USGIF’s collegiate GEOINT accreditation program.
Geospatial and Remote Sensing Law Working Group
The Geospatial and Remote Sensing Law Working Group aims to
educate its members on legal issues and development related
to geospatial information. Membership for this working group
is in-house counsel or legal representation for USGIF Member
organizations. [email protected]
NGA Advisory Working Group
The NAWG brings industry and academia together to advise,
recommend, and promote actionable ideas to improve NGA’s
acquisition processes. NAWG charter goals include assessing
procurement practices and furthering the agency mission and
industry health as well as to drive a more efficient procurement
culture between NGA and industry. [email protected]
NRO ASP Industry Advisory Working Group
The NAIAWG brings together industry professionals from hardware,
software, systems integrator, and SETA/FFRDC organizations to
help the government achieve its agency transformation objectives.
[email protected]
Small Business Advisory Working Group
The SBAWG’s primary objective is to assist small business members
seeking to gain traction in the GEOINT market by facilitating
opportunities to build relationships with the Intelligence Community,
Department of Defense, civil agencies, prime contractors, and other
small businesses. [email protected]
Small Satellite Working Group
The Small Sat WG educates the USGIF stakeholder community on the
user needs for and technical capabilities of small sats and associated
tasking, processing, exploitation, and dissemination systems.
[email protected]
Young Professionals Working Group
The YPWG is dedicated to promoting, supporting, and encouraging
active involvement in the GEOINT Community through the
development of projects and activities for young professionals.
[email protected]
Outreach
The Outreach Committee is responsible for delivering USGIF’s message
to public and private partners as well as policy and decision-makers.
The Outreach Committee oversees congressional education initiatives,
the Interagency Working Group, and the USGIF Awards Subcommittee.
Planning
The Planning Committee is responsible for overseeing all USGIF
events, to include the GEOINT Symposium, GEOINT Community Week,
USGIF Workshop Series, GEOINTeraction Tuesdays, and more.
Strategic
The Strategic Committee sets the direction of the Foundation and is
composed of Strategic Partner Member representatives. Subject to
oversight by the Board of Directors, this committee researches and
recommends areas of strategic opportunity for Foundation operations.
Technical
The Technical Committee identifies emerging trends and is a
collection point for community needs, developing technical aspects
of the tradecraft to demonstrate true interoperability from common
community standards. Subcommittees include the Interoperability
Outreach Subcommittee and Emerging Technologies Subcommittee.
Tradecraft & Professional Development
The Tradecraft and Professional Development Committee determines
the basic and advanced qualifications for GEOINT professionals
and assesses education and training programs, which prepare
individuals for entry into or advancement in the profession.
Additionally, the committee assists with USGIF’s Universal GEOINT
Certification program, to include its three exams and four professional
designations.
USGIF EVENTS
The GEOINT Symposium
GEOINTeraction Tuesdays
The GEOINT Symposium is the preeminent geospatial intelligence
event. The Symposium has grown beyond the dynamic keynote
addresses, panel discussions, and exhibit hall demos to include a
pre-conference session devoted to innovation, a young professionals
track, an unprecedented GEOINT technology showcase, and training
and education opportunities. GEOINT has grown far beyond the
Defense and Intelligence Community, and USGIF’s commitment has
too grown from national security and public safety to commercial
industries and consumer applications.
Held the second Tuesday of every other month, GEOINTeraction
Tuesday is a casual networking event featuring a guest speaker from
the federal government to share his or her views on current issues. It
is a pheromonal event to meet with colleagues, make new business
connections, and learn more about important community issues and
opportunities.
GEOINT Community Week
For one week in November, participants from the Defense,
Intelligence, and Homeland Security Communities and beyond come
together to engage in workshops and briefings, tour technology
exhibits, and network with government and industry colleagues.
Events take place throughout Northern Virginia and at partner events
throughout the country. Participants have the opportunity to engage in
briefings and workshops, tour technology exhibits, and network with
government and industry colleagues. GCW also includes a variety of
GEOINT training and education opportunities.
NGA Tech Showcases East & West
USGIF provides its members and the GEOINT Community with
two unparalleled, classified events to witness NGA technology
demonstrations up close, tour facilities, and discuss challenges and
solutions with government leaders and the agency’s workforce.
USGIF Workshop Series
USGIF workshops bring the GEOINT Community together to discuss
relevant issues in tradecraft and innovation. The workshops tackle
topics that span the defense, intelligence, and homeland security
communities and beyond. Workshops can be organized by region,
such as technical workshops held in the Denver area or a workshop
held at the Defence Geospatial Intelligence Fusion Centre at RAF
Wyton in the U.K. They can also be organized by topic, such as
workshops focused on data analytics, small sats, and public safety.
GEOGala
This black tie affair celebrates the dedication and support of the
GEOINT Community and tradecraft. The event brings together leaders
from throughout the community, as well as USGIF Members and
guests. There are no awards to present or lengthy speeches. The
GEOGala is a relaxing evening of camaraderie and recognition.
Chairman’s Events
Chairman’s Events provide opportunities for USGIF Strategic Partner
Members and the Foundation’s Board of Directors to meet with and
hear from GEOINT Community leadership in a private setting. Hosted by
USGIF’s Chairman of Board, the events include small dinners, private
tours of agencies, and exclusive networking opportunities. Chairman’s
Events are open only to Strategic Partner Members, the USGIF Board of
Directors, and invited guests.
USGIF Thinkers Dinners
USGIF Thinkers Dinners provide government leaders an opportunity
to discuss pressing challenges and innovative solutions with industry
leaders. The non-attribution event enables government leaders to
talk with multiple industry partners and gain a variety of insights,
sans company affiliations, on a range of GEOINT Community topics.
Discussions center on subjects such as the state of the industry,
interoperability, risk management, standards, and more.
EDUCATION
USGIF Scholarship Program
USGIF Collegiate Accreditation Program
To further the advancement of the geospatial intelligence tradecraft,
USGIF is dedicated to assisting promising students interested in the
geospatial sciences with scholarship awards. The USGIF Scholarship
Program offers educational funds to students who excel in academics
and demonstrate professional excellence in fields related to the
geospatial intelligence tradecraft.
The Collegiate Accreditation Program creates a pipeline for students
to receive USGIF’s geospatial intelligence certificate accompanying
a college degree at accepted colleges and universities. The program
benefits the GEOINT Community at large by ensuring a robust workforce.
Since 2004, USGIF has awarded $891,000 in scholarships.
202 students have received USGIF Scholarships:
• 49 Ph.D. candidates
• 61 Graduate students
• 54 Undergraduate students
• 38 Graduating high school seniors
New in 2016: USGIF and Riverside Research have partnered to
create the Ken Miller Scholarship for Advanced Remote Sensing
Applications, a $10,000 scholarship annually awarded to one
master’s student working in or planning to enter the Defense and/or
Intelligence workforce.
Visit usgif.org/education/scholarships for more information on
the scholarship program and to read the success stories of past
scholarship recipients.
To date, USGIF has accredited geospatial intelligence certificate
programs at 14 academic institutions, with several more in the pipeline:
• Fayetteville State University
• George Mason University
• James Madison University
• Northeastern University
• NOVA Information Management School, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
• Pennsylvania State University
• United States Air Force Academy
• United States Military Academy
• University of Missouri at Columbia
• University of Redlands
• University of South Carolina
• University of Southern California
• University of Texas at Dallas
• University of Utah
600+ students have graduated with USGIF’s GEOINT certificate and
at any given time 250+ are in the pipeline to receive the certificate
at accredited schools.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Universal GEOINT Certification
USGIF offers the first of-its-kind Universal GEOINT Certification to both
U.S. and international GEOINT practitioners across multiple industries,
military, academia, and federal, state, and local government.
USGIF’s Universal GEOINT Certification is designed for GEOINT
professionals across the globe with at least three to five years of realworld experience. USGIF’s certification program includes three exams
with corresponding certifications: GIS and Analysis Tools; Remote
Sensing and Imagery Analysis; and Geospatial Data Management.
Each of the three exams and subsequent professional certifications
are valuable as standalone credentials. Many GIS, remote sensing, or
data management professionals within the GEOINT Community may
choose to take only one or two of the exams.
Those who pass all three exams and maintain all three USGIF
certifications simultaneously will be eligible to apply for USGIF’s
Universal GEOINT Professional designation. Universal GEOINT
Professionals demonstrate a full understanding of the broad
geospatial intelligence discipline. All exams, recommended training
modules, and certification maintenance requirements will fall under
the umbrella of USGIF’s Universal GEOINT Credentialing Program,
which is overseen by an independent certification governance board.
The certifications are built to be transportable and transparent—
meaning the certifications are critical to the national security and
GEOINT Community, but are also globally recognized and applicable
to all industries and organizations.
Visit usgif.org to learn more about Universal GEOINT Certification.
Training
USGIF offers training opportunities throughout the year to help
GEOINT professionals increase their professional development and
better understand every aspect of the GEOINT Community. Trainings
have been offered at GEOINT Symposia, GEOINT Community Week,
and via some of the USGIF working groups. On average, USGIF
offers 150 trainings hours per year, many of which are eligible for
Continuing Education and/or Professional Development Units.
PUBLICATIONS
Trajectory Magazine
State of GEOINT Report
Trajectory, the official magazine of USGIF, strives to provide highlevel thought leadership for members of USGIF as well as for the
overall defense, intelligence, and homeland security communities
and beyond. At its core, trajectory focuses on the future of geospatial
intelligence, but its broader goal is to be the preeminent resource
on issues of significance to the global Community. Our promise
is to provide relevant, actionable content through a compelling
presentation. Our mission is to foster knowledge sharing, discussion,
and awareness. To this end, trajectory produces articles on national
security issues, emerging technologies and trends, related policy,
USGIF initiatives, and the individuals who are driving the community
forward. Each issue is an ideal blend of hard-hitting information
coupled with lighter lifestyle pieces and is designed to inform,
communicate, and entertain. The trajectory platform includes a
quarterly print magazine, dynamic website, and monthly e-newsletter.
What is the current “State of GEOINT” and what waits on the horizon?
The answers are essential for professional agility in an era of
accelerated GEOINT innovation. The annual State of GEOINT Report
is a collection of articles intended for use by all GEOINT practitioners.
This unclassified document contains a series of concise descriptions
of problems, achievements, and emerging issues and technologies as
a guide to better understand the global GEOINT mission — whether
you work in the public, commercial, federal, civilian, defense,
intelligence, or national security space.
Visit www.trajectorymagazine.com to subscribe for free and
follow us on Twitter @trajectorymag.
Download current and past reports at usgif.org/education/StateofGEOINT
Article topics are discussed and drafted by groups of contributors
through a series of USGIF-facilitated sessions. All members of
the broad GEOINT Community to include industry, academia, and
government, are welcomed and encouraged to participate and write
for the report.
The GEOINT Essential Body of Knowledge
USGIF Human Geography Monograph
USGIF published a 232-page monograph titled “Human Geography:
Socio-Cultural Dynamics and Challenges to Global Security.”
Edited by Dr. Darryl Murdock, USGIF vice president of professional
development; Dr. Robert Tomes, president of the MapStory
Foundation and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University;
and Dr. Christopher Tucker, principal at Yale House Ventures, the
monograph features a collection of articles from more than 30
thought leaders and leading human geography practitioners around
the globe. The audience for this volume includes human geography
professionals and academic programs where it would serve as either
an excellent primary or secondary human geography textbook.
Topics include big data, social media, satellites, the Internet of Things,
maps, population, climate, energy, open-source tools, and more.
The monograph is available for purchase on the USGIF website via
PayPal, and is also available at amazon.com and for Amazon Kindle.
Visit usgif.org/education/monograph for more information.
The development of USGIF’s Universal GEOINT Certification Program
began with the creation of an essential body of knowledge (EBK). This
was done by conducting a cross-industry job analysis to identify the
knowledge, skills, and abilities critical to the GEOINT workforce. This
document provides background information and context as well as
outlines standards for the broad practice of GEOINT. The GEOINT EBK
is at the heart of USGIF’s efforts to professionalize the global GEOINT
workforce. Within this document are examples of transparency and
transportability, the hallmarks of Universal GEOINT Certification Program.
The EBK ultimately resides with the practitioners and academics that
apply and advance the GEOINT tradecraft. It includes knowledge of
proven practices that are widely applied as well as innovative and
advanced practices. Geospatial intelligence is a dynamic tradecraft.
As the profession continues to evolve so will the EBK, continuing to
reflect appropriate and meaningful changes to the GEOINT tradecraft
and to incorporate new approaches to performing tasks that become
more prevalent.
Download the EBK at usgif.org/education/geoint_EBK
MEMBERSHIP
I AM USGIF
Be a part of YOUR professional association dedicated to the
GEOINT Community. USGIF membership provides you and your
organization exclusive access to GEOINT Community leaders and
unique opportunities while formalizing your commitment to the only
organization dedicated to bringing together academia, government,
and industry to build the community, advance the tradecraft, and
accelerate innovation.
USGIF membership provides many benefits:
• Exclusive opportunities to grow your professional network
• Admission to members-only events
• Participation in Committees and Working Groups
• Significant discounts to all USGIF events
• Access to training and education sessions
• Affinity program discounts
USGIF offers Individual Membership and Organizational Membership*
to accommodate the needs and interests of the growing GEOINT
Community. Whether you’re looking to become involved as a
professional individual or engage more as an organization, USGIF
Membership is the right choice.
Along with these benefits, Organizational Members* also receive:
• Complimentary GEOINT Symposium registrations
• Discounted exhibit space & advertising at USGIF events
• Corporate branding opportunities
Individual Membership Levels
Save With Multi-Year Membership
1 Year
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Visit usgif.org/membership to learn more or join today!
*For information on Organizational Membership, contact Jeff Ley, Vice President of Business Development and Exhibitions, at [email protected]
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THE OFFICIAL MAGAZINE
OF THE UNITED STATES GEOSPATIAL INTELLIGENCE FOUNDATION
‘RECALCULATING’
GPS
GPS IS THE GOLD STANDARD OF
POSITIONING, NAVIGATION, AND TIMING—
BUT WHAT HAPPENS WHEN IT ISN’T?
USGIF BOARD OF DIRECTORS
JULIA BOWERS
C H AI R M A N O F T H E B OA RD OF DIRECT ORS
Independent Consultant
THE HONORABLE JEFFREY K. HARRIS
JKH Consulting, LLC
Ms. Bowers is an independent consultant.
Previously, she served as the Chief Operating
Officer for Spatial Networks and prior to that she
was the General Manager of SCIA, LLC and
Director of Defense Programs for Courage
Services, Inc. both Human Geography data and research
companies. Recently Ms. Bowers served as USGIF Lead for
Human Geography (HG) organizing HG-related initiatives that
further the HG tradecraft within the Intelligence Community.
Notably, Ms. Bowers has hosted, organized and participated
in HG panels over the last few years focused on lessons
learned, collection, storage, and visualization of HG data.
Jeffrey K. Harris was elected Chairman of the
Board of Directors on 15 April 2014. He has
contributed to US national security in both
Government and Industry where he has fostered
new technologies, programs and capabilities
that have contributed significantly to US national security
capabilities. He currently consults with industry and the US
Government. He is retired from Lockheed Martin, where he
was a corporate officer and served as President of Lockheed
Martin Missiles and Space and President of Lockheed Martin
Special Programs. Also, he served as President of Space
Imaging, the first company to commercially provide highresolution satellite imagery and information.
JOAN AVALYN DEMPSEY
Executive Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton
DR. PEGGY AGOURIS
Booz Allen Hamilton Executive Vice President
Joan Dempsey serves as Deputy Director of the
Defense and Intelligence Group (DIG), the firm’s
largest market-facing organization. She also
leads the Consulting Functional Service
Organization (FSO), responsible for driving capability and talent
development in this foundational functional area for the firm.
Previously Joan led the firm’s largest defense managed labor
and intelligence accounts and was responsible for strategic
development, execution, and day-to-day operations in each
account. As a Senior Partner, she chairs the firm’s Sensitive
Risk Review Board. For several years, Joan led the firm’s
participation in the Aspen Ideas Fest where she continues as a
frequent panelist on defense issues, cybersecurity and cyber
operations, and women in leadership panels.
Dean, College of Science, George Mason University
Dr. Peggy Agouris is George Mason University’s
Dean of the College of Science. She is also the
Director of the Center of Earth Observing and
Space Research, one of the most successful
research centers at Mason. Dr. Agouris received
her Diploma in Engineering from the National Technical
University of Athens, Greece, and her M.S. and Ph.D. from the
Dept. of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering, The
Ohio State University. Prior to joining George Mason
University in 2007, Dr. Agouris was with the Swiss Federal
Institute of Technology in Zurich, and the School of
Computing and Information Science, University of Maine. Dr.
Agouris’ research interests include the automation of
processes for spatiotemporal information extraction from
digital imagery, change detection, and the integration of
remote sensing and digital image processing and analysis
within geospatial information systems.
JOHN FENWICK
Head, Terra Bella Operations, Google
John Fenwick leads end-to-end operations for
Terra Bella (a Google company), including the
flight control of and data production from
multiple high-resolution space imaging satellites.
He was previously a co-founder of Skybox
Imaging, Inc, which was acquired by Google for $500M in
August 2014. John is a former active-duty US Air Force officer
with experience managing a range of national intelligence and
military space programs, all focused on transitioning new
capabilities from lab bench to orbit. In addition to
development roles spanning the national space community,
his tenure at the Pentagon also included several years of
space intelligence advocacy on Capitol Hill. Prior to his work
inside the Beltway, John designed and built airborne imaging
cameras as an Air Force research physicist.
DAVID ALEXANDER
Director, Geospatial Management Office, U.S. Department of
Homeland Security
Mr. Alexander’s career in the geospatial
information field spans more than 3 decades. He
assumed responsibility for the DHS Geospatial
Management Office in 2012 after having spent 4
years in senior leadership roles with the DHS
OCIO. He has practical experience at the local, state, federal,
and private sectors levels including serving as the Deputy
Chief for FEMA Enterprise Geospatial Services, Chief of
Digital Cartography for the State of South Carolina providing
leadership to support statewide geospatial public safety and
emergency management activities, and private sector
corporate experience.
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USGIF BOARD OF DIRECTORS
JOSH HARTMAN
B O AR D A D V I SO R
Managing Partner, Renaissance Strategic Advisors
SUSAN M. GORDON
Deputy Director, NGA
Joshua Hartman, Managing Partner, was
formerly the Chief Executive Officer of Horizon
Strategies Group (HSG), before HSG joined
Renaissance. He currently sits on several
corporate boards, is featured frequently in
defense-related publications, is regularly invited to speak at
national and international forums, and has testified in front of
the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives. Previous
to his current activities, he was a Principal at the Center for
Strategic Space Studies (CS3) and a Senior Associate at the
Center for Strategic and International Studies, non-profit think
tanks focused on educating government and industry policy
makers on the implications of rapid technology change. He
was also appointed as the Staff Director for the National
Commission on Research and Development Investment in the
Intelligence Community.
Susan (Sue) Gordon became the National
Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s (NGA) sixth
Deputy Director on Jan. 1, 2015 after more than
25 years of service with the Central Intelligence
Agency. As deputy director of NGA, she assists
the director in leading the agency and in managing the
National System for Geospatial Intelligence.
Ms. Gordon previously served concurrently as Director of
the CIA’s Information Operations Center and as the CIA
Director’s senior advisor on cyber. She was responsible for
fully integrating advanced cyber capabilities into all of CIA’s
mission areas, while protecting against the cyber threat to the
CIA’s information, operations and officers.
PAUL L. GRAZIANI
CEO & Co-Founder, Analytical Graphics Inc.
DEWEY R. HOUCK II
Paul Graziani is chief executive officer and
co-founder of Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI), the
producer of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS)
analysis software for land, sea, air, space and
cyberspace. For more than 20 years, he has
championed the use of COTS in the national security and
space industries and, today, AGI’s flagship product, STK, is
used in more than 40,000 worldwide installations by
aerospace, defense and intelligence professionals. Graziani
started his career at General Electric Space Division in 1980,
where he held a number of software and engineering roles.
Vice President, Chief Data Analytics Officer, Boeing Defense,
Space & Security
Dewey Houck is vice president and chief data
analytics officer within the Phantom Works
division for Boeing Defense, Space & Security.
In this newly created position, he is responsible
for leading a team focused on gathering and
leveraging data as a business asset, enabling Boeing defense
platforms and services to gain a distinct information
advantage in the global marketplace. Houck was previously
vice president and general manager of Electronic and
Information Solutions, a division of Boeing Network and
Space Systems focused on command, control,
communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and
reconnaissance (C4ISR), cyber and electronic systems and
services.
MICHAEL C. GROCHOL
Principal & Senior Partner, ISPA Technology
Mr. Michael C. Grochol currently serves as a
Principal and Senior Partner for ISPA
Technology, a professional services company
that specializes in Intelligence Surveillance and
Reconnaissance (ISR) projects supporting the
Department of Defense and Intelligence Community. Since
joining ISPA in 2014 Mr. Grochol has grown the company by
over 40% in annual revenues and over 50% in total
employees. Additionally Mr. Grochol has opened two addition
markets to ISPA Technology and lead development and
solution activities across multiple verticals to include the
Navy, Air Force and Combatant Commands. Lastly, Mr.
Grochol serves as a Full Motion Video and ISR Subject Matter
Expert supporting a combatant command as they advance
their capabilities to support units around the world.
JOANNE O. ISHAM
President, Isham Associates LLC
Joanne Isham is an independent consultant,
working with a variety of clients in the defense
and intelligence sectors to develop strategies,
identify high value opportunities, address critical
challenges and transform their business. She
retired from the CIA after a distinguished career in 2006.
During her Government career she served as Deputy Director
of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Director of
Science and Technology for CIA and Director of
Congressional Affairs for CIA. Upon her retirement she joined
BAE Systems as a Vice President/Deputy General Manager of
Network Systems.
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JEFF JONAS
LETITIA A. LONG
Jeff Jonas is an IBM Fellow and Chief Scientist
of Context Computing. Jonas’ work in contextaware computing was originally developed at
Systems Research & Development (SRD),
founded by Jonas in 1985, and acquired by IBM
in January, 2005. Prior to SRD’s acquisition, Jonas
spearheaded the design and development of a number of
innovative systems, including technology used by the Las
Vegas gaming industry. One such innovation played a pivotal
role in protecting that industry from aggressive card count
teams. The most notable, known as the “MIT team”, was
featured in the book “Bringing Down the House,” and the
movie “21. This work has also been featured in documentaries
aired on The Discovery Channel, Learning Channel and the
Travel Channel, among others.
Letitia A Long served as the fifth Director of the
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA),
and was the first woman to lead a major US
intelligence agency. This appointment
culminated a career that spanned all aspects of
organizational leadership, business functions, and global
operations. She led the NGA during a critical period of
transition and has deep experience in strategic planning,
policy development, leading change in complex organizations,
executive development and succession panning with an
emphasis on diversity operations, budget planning and
execution, and innovation and risk management. Starting her
career in Naval Intelligence, Ms Long went on to serve as the
Deputy Director of Naval Intelligence, and then the first
Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence (Policy,
Requirements and Resources), the first Chief Information
Officer at the Defense Intelligence Agency as well as the
Deputy Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency.
IBM Fellow and Chief Scientist of IBM Context Computing
USGIF Board Member
BRIG. GEN. MICHAEL G. LEE, U.S. AIR FORCE (RET.)
Partner, National Security, Blue Canopy Group, LLC
Brigadier General Michael G. Lee, U.S. Air Force
(Ret.) joined Blue Canopy in May 2012. General
Lee leads the National Security Solutions
Business Unit and is responsible for the growth
and performance of the National Intelligence
business. His customer base includes the National and
Defense Intelligence Agencies, along with Joint/Combatant
Commands and Coalition Forces. Prior to joining Blue
Canopy, he worked at General Dynamics Information
Technology (GDIT) as the Vice President and General Manager
for the Military Service Sector, where he was responsible for
the growth and performance of the Defense Intelligence
business unit.
KEITH J. MASBACK
Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Masback is the Chief Executive Officer of the
United States Geospatial Intelligence
Foundation (USGIF). He leads the Foundation in
its mission to promote the geospatial
intelligence tradecraft and develop a stronger
GEOINT Community among government, industry, academia,
professional organizations and individuals whose mission
focus is the development and application of geospatial
intelligence to address national security objectives. Prior to
joining USGIF, Mr. Masback spent over 20 years as an officer
in the U.S. Army and in the government civilian service,
culminating as a member of the Defense Intelligence Senior
Executive Service at the National Geospatial-Intelligence
Agency (NGA). He held a variety of positions at NGA primarily
focused on strategic planning and programming.
KEITH E. LITTLEFIELD, Ph.D.
Vice President, National Intelligence Account, TASC, an Engility
Company
As TASC’s Intelligence Integration & Analytics
(II&A) Division Account Executive, in the
Intelligence Solutions & Analytics Sector (ISAS),
Dr. Littlefield is responsible for the Office of the
Director for National Intelligence (ODNI) and the
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) lines of
business, managing business development and growth over
25 separate contract activities as part of a $90M portfolio. He
was previously the II&A Division Director and ISAS Deputy
after serving as the TASC CTO.
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AIMEE McGRANAHAN
STEPHEN S. OSWALD
Ms. McGranahan currently serves as the United
States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation’s
(USGIF) Chief Operating Officer and is also a
member of USGIF’s Board of Directors. In these
capacities, McGranahan, who has been a part of
the Foundation since its onset, oversees the Foundation’s
day-to-day business, as well as advising on and executing the
Foundation’s strategic vision. Prior to joining USGIF, she
worked as a project manager at Northrop Grumman TASC for
the Space and Intelligence Operating Unit. McGranahan also
served as the proposal coordinator for the largest dollar value
contract in TASC history, which earned her the Northrop
Grumman President’s Award.
Steve Oswald is chief operating officer for
Information Solutions, a division within Boeing
Network and Space Systems business of Boeing
Defense, Space & Security. In this role he is
responsible for managing the day-to-day
operations of the division. Previously, Oswald was vice
president and general manager of Intelligence and Security
Systems (I&SS), a division of Boeing’s Network and Space
Systems, where he provided integrated solutions for the
intelligence community and homeland security customers in
five major program areas: Cyber and Information Solutions,
Digital Receiver Technologies, Global Security Solutions,
Mission Operations, and Mission Systems.
MATTHEW M. O’CONNELL
MAHN H. PHAM
Matt O'Connell is the Chief Executive Officer
and a member of the Board of Directors at
OneWeb, where he is responsible for driving the
company's growth towards its goal of providing
affordable Internet access for everyone,
everywhere. Prior to joining OneWeb, Matt O’Connell served
as president and CEO of GeoEye and its predecessor,
Orbimage. He founded this leading global provider of satellite
and aerial imagery and digital mapping information in 2006
through the merger of Orbimage and Space Imaging. It grew
from an organization of 60 employees and $9m revenue per
year to one of 760 employees on track to report $350 million
revenue in 2012. During that time, GeoEye’s enterprise value
grew from $33m to approximately $1.3bn at the time of its
successful sale to DigitalGlobe. GeoEye achieved a reputation
for sustained innovation in many fields and pioneered several
organizational structures and processes in the industry. Mr.
O’Connell has been recognized as a thought leader in the
digital mapping and intelligence industries.
Mr. Manh Pham is an IT Project Manager at
Accenture Federal Services (AFS), a wholly
owned subsidiary of Accenture LLP. A long-time
and trusted partner in the federal community,
AFS is a leading professional services company,
providing a broad range of services and solutions in strategy,
consulting, digital, technology and operations. Mr. Pham
supports their Intelligence and Federal Information
Technology (IT) Infrastructure Outsourcing and Client Delivery
portfolios. In this role, he serves as the Business Process
Architect Manager for a Common Origination and
Disbursement (O&D) platform that services records for
millions of US based users. Mr. Pham oversees a team of
Application and Web Developers and Business Process
Architects responsible for all functional deliverables, software
delivery life cycle, business relationship management and
application operations and sustainment.
Chief Operating Officer, USGIF
Founding Partner, SYZYGY Enterprises
CEO, OneWeb
IT Project Manager, Accenture Federal Services
JENNIFER K. STANSALL
Partner Manager, Esri
Jennifer Stansall is a partner manager for Esri. In
this role, she is responsible for building stronger
and more effective relationships with key Esri
partners focused in the Intelligence Community.
Prior to that she was a senior account manager
at DigitalGlobe where she was responsible for developing and
managing DigitalGlobe’s Global Strategic Alliance partners in
the commercial and defense and intelligence markets.
Previously, she supported a variety of proposal efforts with
Defense and Intelligence customers and was a liaison to the
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) Commercial
GEOINT Solutions (CGS) focused on driving advanced
imagery products and services.
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JEFFREY R. TARR
THE HONORABLE CARYN A. WAGNER
President and Chief Executive Officer, DigitalGlobe
Independent Consultant and Adjunct Faculty Member at the National
Intelligence University
Jeff Tarr is the President and CEO of
DigitalGlobe, the industry-leading provider of
Earth imagery and information about our
changing planet, and trusted partner to both
governments and commercial customers. Since
Mr. Tarr assumed his position in August 2011, DigitalGlobe
has grown from $300 million to more than $700 million in
annual revenue, and strengthened the company’s
commitment to its purpose of Seeing a Better World™.
DigitalGlobe’s unclassified and shareable imagery now serves
hundreds of thousands of end-users across the U.S.
government and its allies charged with the safety and security
of nations, and enables the maps and geospatial applications
relied on by billions of consumers. Under Mr. Tarr’s leadership,
DigitalGlobe has also expanded into geospatial analytics with
its Geospatial Big Data Platform, which enables customers to
run hundreds of applications on DigitalGlobe’s 15-plus-year
time-lapse imagery library, revealing new insights.
Caryn Wagner is currently a consultant and
speaker on national and homeland security
intelligence issues and an adjunct faculty
member at the National Intelligence University.
From February 2010 to December 2012, she
served as the Undersecretary for Intelligence and Analysis in
the Department of Homeland Security. In that capacity, she
was the senior intelligence advisor to the Secretary; the
Department’s Chief Intelligence Officer and Chair of the
Homeland Security Intelligence Council, comprised of the
chiefs of all the intelligence elements of the Department’s
operating components; and the Information Sharing Executive
for the Department.
CHRISTOPHER K. TUCKER
Principal, Yale House Ventures
Dr. Tucker thinks, works, and writes at the
intersection of technology, strategy, geography
and national security. Dr. Tucker manages Yale
House Ventures, a portfolio of social ventures
and technology companies, and public
entrepreneurship initiatives that span the worlds of energy,
geospatial, sensor, cyber-security, open source, and social
media technologies, across the domains of defense/
intelligence, international affairs, civilian government,
commercial industry, NGOs, and academe. Tucker was
previously President/CEO of a geospatial intelligence
technology company that he took from start-up to its
acquisition by ERDAS, where he served as Senior Vice
President for the Americas and National Programs.
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When reflecting on this year’s Symposium,
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