Ball Aerospace to Exhibit Intell, Geospatial Systems at GEOINT Symposium

BallAerospaceLogoBall Aerospace & Technologies Corp. will exhibit its intelligence and geospatial technologies at a symposium for the defense and homeland security communities Monday through Thursday in Tampa, Florida.

The company’s software and hardware technologies are built to help clients gather and process intelligence for geospatial, measurement and signature, laser and cyber applications, Ball Aerospace said Thursday.

Technologies that will be showcased at the GEOINT 2014 symposium include:

  • Total Sight Flash Lidar: a LIDAR (light imaging, detection and ranging) technology for real-time three-dimensional visualization
  • Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite: a satellite-mounted system for big data analytics, cloud processing and Web applications
  • Interactive Comprehensive Environment: a tool for integrating various intelligence sources into a single interface
  • Opticks: an open-source artificial general intelligence tool for processing MASINT data

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