Andrew Lee receives 2004 Geospatial Intelligence award

Andrew Lee receives 2004 Geospatial Intelligence award

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Dr. Andrew Lee, a senior scientist for Harris Corporation’s Government Communications Systems Division (GCSD), was awarded the prestigious U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation’s (USGIF) Research Achievement Award during the GEOINT 2004 Symposium, which was held on October 12-14. The award is presented to an individual or team for outstanding leadership and research contributions aimed at promoting the craft of geospatial intelligence and developing a stronger community among those who apply spatial data and geoprocessing to national security objectives.

The efforts of Dr. Lee and his team have been instrumental in proving the viability of cost-effectively delivering large volumes of high-resolution, highly accurate digital elevation models (DEMs) and other topographic products with automatic processing techniques that can be fielded in the near term. Implementation of large-scale, high-resolution, topographic products will enable a wide range of new products for development and exploitation applications such as 3D change detection and precision targeting.