GEOINT 2024 – Outlook on the GEOINT Foreword Day and the conference

The GEOINT Symposium is the nation’s largest gathering of geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) professionals and is hosted annually by the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF). Here you can find Torsten Kriening’s explanation of GEOINT

Since 2003, the GEOINT Symposium has brought together the: defense, intelligence, and homeland security communities for knowledge sharing an discussion. In addition to dynamic main stage content and an expansive exhibit hall, the event includes: the GEOINT Foreword pre-conference session devoted to forward-leaning science and technology, a Golden Ticket program for young professionals, a K-12 educational outreach program, robust training and education opportunities, and more.

This year’s theme, Essential in All Dimensions and Domains, delves into the diverse facets of GEOINT, showcasing its essential role in providing decision advantage at the point and time of need in a rapidly evolving technological and geopolitical landscape.

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