In a survey sent out to over 1000 government and military agencies, 85% consider GIS and Technology development a priority for their organisation.
It’s no wonder. As new terrorist states continue to emerge using misinformation and popular media for maximum disruption, quick and secure transformation of information into finished intelligence has become a number 1 priority for the world’s geospatial experts and their user communities.
DGI, Europe’s largest conference covering location intelligence- has developed a key agenda that focuses on the challenges brought forward from research over the last 6 months.
To see some of the Key Highlights read on below or for more detail download the agenda here:http://wbresear.ch/gsdiagenda
: Challenge the experts - what are the new requirements, what are the solutions - In this panel with Jim Hill, Marine Corps Intelligence, CDR Kelly Taylor, US National Ice Center, Martin Jeffries, Office of Naval Research and more you will receive new ideas from leading US and Canadian geospatial intelligence experts plus ask questions yourself
: How Interoperability Between Geospatial Intelligence And The MAJIIC Project will be Achieved During 2015 – Learn from NATO and NCIA about how they are breaking down the silos for increased collaboration between forces, in order to tackle threats more efficiently.
: 5 Challenges Geospatial intelligence Leaders Need to Overcome – Spend time with some of the world’s most experienced geospatial intelligence leaders to understand how they prioritise activities in response to the biggest challenges today during this unmissable panel!
: Geo-Political Changes Shaping the Future for Location Intelligence Professionals – The onset of cross border and home grown terrorists is a new challenge and threat which has multiple implications. Find out what measures have been put in place to reduce these threats from world-renowned expert Robert B. Murrett Deputy Director, Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSCT) Professor of Practice, Public Administration and International Affairs.
If you are interested in finding out more about this event then download the agenda today here:http://wbresear.ch/gsdiagenda
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Former Director, Geospatial Intelligence Canadian Armed Forces
Advisor, Defence Geospatial Intelligence to , and I look forward to seeing you there!
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