Earth Intelligence 2020

  • Harnessing GEOINT from Data To Decision
  • October 22, 2020
  • Online Event, Your Computer

Earth Intelligence 2020 will address the challenges and requirements needed to maintain the IC and DoD's global leadership in geospatial intelligence. As the world continues its shift toward great power competition, the need to develop and adopt emerging technologies and advanced solutions will be required to maintain U.S. prosperity and security. This challenge will require the government to work with commercial partners and stakeholders in order to sustain its competitive advantage and move with the velocity needed to meet its goals.

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Topics to be Covered at the 2020 Summit:

  • Commercial Industry's Role in Supporting Critical Government Missions
  • Harnessing Open Source Software for Disaster Response and Prevention
  • Shortening the Kill Chain with Automated Target Recognition
  • Developing Enhanced Synthetic Training Environments for Realistic Mission Rehearsal

Why You Should Virtually Attend this Summit

This educational summit allows the Intelligence Community, US military commands, government agencies, academia, and solution providers the opportunity to have an open dialogue regarding the shared challenges and pressing issues facing government and commercial stakeholders in a world of Great Power Competition.

As the world continues its shift back to a multipolar power landscape the challenges and requirements needed to sustain a competitive edge over threat nations need to be met with greater velocity than before. Attendees to our Earth Intel 2020 will hear from government and commercial thought leaders as they discuss the pressing issues, critical requirements, and proven solutions to maintain the US military and IC as the dominant Geospatial enterprise.

Earth Intelligence 2020 will feature senior level discussions of the latest efforts by government agencies and organizations to engage with commercial partners to enhance the GEOINT Enterprise. With these organizations working together on a common goal instead of producing separate solutions GEOINT technology will be able progress at a faster speed and produce superior intelligence in support of national security and US GEOINT dominance.

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2020 Scheduled Speakers Include:

  • VADM Robert Sharp, USN, Director, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (Invited)
  • MG Maria Gervais, USA, Director, Synthetic Training Environment, Army Futures Command (Confirmed)
  • Pete Muend, Director, Commercial Systems Program Office, NRO (Confirmed)
  • David Gauthier, Director, Commercial and Business Operations NGA (Confirmed)
  • Alex Miller, SES, Senior Advisor for S&T, HQDA G-2 (Confirmed)
  • David Green, Program Manager, Disaster Applications, NASA (Confirmed)
  • Will Mortenson, Volunteered Geographic Information Lead, Foundation GEOINT Group, NGA (Confirmed)

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Source: ASDEvents
Date: Sep 18, 2020