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‘GEOINT Singularity:’ There’ll Be Nowhere For DoD To Hide EXCLUSIVE

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on

“[A]dversaries could track the movements of U.S. and allied military equipment, detecting patterns of training and operations; hyperspectral imaging can identify chemical compositions; short-wavelength infrared imaging can see through clouds; and SAR sensors can image at night. When determining risks to national security, one can define it as the risk of being seen or detected.”

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Cardillo: 1 Million Times More GEOINT Data In 5 Years

Posted by Colin Clark on

UPDATED: Adds Details On New Data Partnerships; IC Works With DepSecDef Video Task Force GEOINT: To cope with the gargantuan increase in data sure to come, the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency must broaden its outreach to industry and the civil community, and, at the same time, ensure that it does a better job of ensuring… Keep reading →

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