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Esri Unveils Advanced Analytics at GEOINT

Redlands, California—Today, Esri, the world leader in geographic information system (GIS) solutions, announced that it will be exhibiting and providing a free training session at GEOINT, May 15 to 18, 2016, in Orlando, Florida. Esri will be showcasing transformational geospatial technologies, based on the ArcGIS platform, that provide advanced analytics and mission-focused enhancements for defense, intelligence, and national security workflows.

Esri staff will be on-site to discuss the ways the ArcGIS platform is enabling customers to deliver the actionable intelligence on which decision makers rely. An integrated platform for defense, intelligence, and national security, ArcGIS provides high-performance 2D and 3D analysis. It is a complete and open technology (or platform) for managing, analyzing, and sharing data and products. ArcGIS leverages big data, web technologies, and integrated apps to make GIS easy to use, more accessible, and collaborative.

“The national security community can benefit from visual exploration of enterprise data, regardless of source,” said John Day, director of national security, business development, at Esri. “At this event, we will demonstrate how spatiotemporal analyses provide quick, responsive, and interactive experiences that increase productivity to support decision making and operations.”

Who

What: GEOINT, booth #600

Where: Orlando, Florida

When: May 15–18, 2016

Activities

Learn to evaluate and prepare geospatial data for use in geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) fusion, analysis, and intelligence products. Perform different types of geospatial analyses (including terrain, raster-based, viewshed, and temporal) to evaluate potential threats and identify patterns, hot spots, and clusters. Evaluate suitability of multiple locations for tactical operations and understand how the creation of operational map products aids in improving outcomes.

Learn more about Esri solutions for the defense and intelligence markets.

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