- Using Space-time Boxes to Derive Patterns of Interest from Multiple Commercial Satellite Sources – OGSystems (Room 20)
- Building Your Geospatial Data Lake – DXC.technology and Amazon Web Services (Room 21)
- Assessing Geospatial Data Quality and Fitness-For-Use – Continental Mapping Consultants (Room 22)
- Crowdsourcing & Citizen Convergence for Disaster Relief & Recovery – GeoHuntsville and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (Room 23)
- Using USGS-Provided Geospatial Data and GEOINT Products for Remote Sensing Research, Outreach, and Education – U.S. Geological Survey (Room 24)
- Navigating the Intelligence Community (IC) – K. Dworkin, IC Senior Executive (Ret.) (Room 25)
|Exhibit Hall Hours: Monday 10a-5p, Tuesday 10a-5p, Wednesday 10a-3p|
Training & Education Sessions
USGIF's Modeling and Simulation Working Group Discussion
This will be the third in a series of 3D geospatial modeling & simulation (M&S)-related meetings co-sponsored by USGIF, the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC), and the Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization (SISO). The purpose of this series is to establish a continuous learning culture across the geospatial and M&S domains that will lead to greater interoperability and progress toward our vision of a global model of the Earth. The focus of this summit is: to review recent advancements made with regard to interoperability; to discuss the challenges that lay ahead; and to provide details on a roadmap of current and planned initiatives designed to stimulate robust experimentation across the community regarding new levels of interoperability.
Master of Ceremonies — Brig. Gen. Michael G. Lee, USAF (Ret.), Division Vice President, Aerospace & Technology, Jacobs
Keynote — Lt. Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr., Deputy Commander, USCENTCOM
Keynote — Brig. Gen. Hans Ilis-Alm, Senior National Representative for Sweden, Chairman of Coalition Forces, U.S. Central Command
Morning Coffee and Networking Refreshments, sponsored by DataRobot
Panel: Analytics Driving Action — Dr. Sarah Battersby, Auren Hoffman, Jeff Jonas, Dr. Karen Miller, and Dr. Erin Simpson
Government Pavilion Stage, brought to you by Oracle
Lunch in the Exhibit Hall
Exhibit Hall Networking Reception — East-West Hall
GEOXchange Networking Dinners
Close out GEOINT 2018 by enjoying discussion of a trending GEOINT topic over dinner. USGIF has arranged GEOXchange Dinners at five restaurants in proximity to the Tampa Convention Center. Each restaurant has a designated topic of discussion: Anticipatory Intelligence, Digital Humanitarianism, Federal Contracting, GEOINT in the Future, and Open Source GEOINT.
To attend a dinner, visit the GEOXchange Dinners sign-up board at Registration any time during the Symposium. Limited seats are available per restaurant, so be sure to sign up early. If you sign up but later find that you can no longer attend, please strike your name from the board out of courtesy for others wanting to participate. Attendees are responsible for paying for their own meal.