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GEOINT and Open Source Analytics Summit

October 25, 2016 - October 26, 2016

“Succeeding in the Open”. This educational Summit will engage the Intelligence Community, DoD, DHS, industry and academia in a collaborative, open forum to discuss technological solutions and best practices that enhance the Intelligence Community’s ability to process, exploit, and disseminate open source data.

Our “Town Hall” format is designed to encourage challenging discussion and dialogue among all in attendance.The forum is off the record and non attribution. Our agendas cover the most current priorities and strive to achieve actionable takeaways for all in attendance.

Over 16 plenary sessions will occur. Several confirmed speakers include:
Mr. Harry Coker, Jr, Director, Open Source Enterprise
RADM Robert Sharp, USN, Commander, Office of Naval Intelligence*
Mr. Terry Mitchell, SES, Director of Plans and Integration, Army G2, USA
Brig Gen (sel) James Cluff, USAF, Vice Commander, 25th Air Force
Mr. Matt Schnaidt, Technical Director, Systems and Acquisition Support Directorate, US Army Geospatial Center
Mr. Chris Rasmussen, PM, Unclassified GEOINT Pathfinder & Public Open Source Software Development Lead, NGA
Dr. Benjamin Tuttle, Project Scientist NGA Research, and Lead for Outpost Valley, NGA
Mr. Sander Williams, Mission Manager, Open Content, NGA
Dr. David Alexander, Director, Geospatial Management Office, DHS

Commercial Small Satellite panel with: Rob Zitz, Chair, USGIF Small Satellite Working Group and VP, Leidos; Robbie Schingler, CSO, Planet Labs ; Chris DeMay, COO, HawkEye 360

TOPIC AREAS TO INCLUDE:
1. The growing mission need to incorporate openly available information into traditional GEOINT and Multi-INT analysis workflows and processes
2. How open source analytics directly supports Multi-INT and Activity Based Intelligence (ABI)
3. Current status of pilot projects and base programs designed to use publicly available information for GEOINT missions
4. Technical challenges associated with real-time ingest, correlation, enrichment, security and use of open sources as either stand-alone architecture or as a fully integrated architecture
5. Options for multi-level-security (MLS), cross-domain security solutions for faster, more secure analysis
6. The growing role of automation in GEOINT and Open Sources analysis
7. How an “Analysis as a Service” business model would support government analysts
8. How big data and deep learning solutions can lead to anticipatory intelligence
9.How the commercial small satellite revolution supports the future GEOINT strategy

 

Details

Start:
October 25, 2016
End:
October 26, 2016
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Website:
http://geoint.dsigroup.org

Venue

Mary M. Gates Learning Center
701 North Fairfax St
Alexandria, VA 22314 United States
Phone:
9174351266
Website:
http://geoint.dsigroup.org

Organizer

Defense Strategies Institute
Phone:
9174351266
Email:
lmadison@dsigroup.org
Website:
http://dsigroup.org