Dewey Houck: Boeing to Attend GEOINT Symposium

Dewey Houck - Boeing, ExecutiveMosaicBoeing is attending the GEOINT Symposium in Tampa, Fla. from April 14 to April 17 to showcase its latest data analysis tools, geolocating systems and communications capabilities for the defense, intelligence and national security industries.

Boeing will focus various offerings, such as the DataMaster 5.3, Hardware Hall and TAC+ and Mobile TAC, at booth 5007, the company announced Thursday.

“Our customers have to be able to gather enormous amounts of data from a variety of collection systems and quickly turn it into actionable intelligence,” said Dewey Houck, Boeing vice president and general manager of Electronic & Information Solutions.

The company will also feature its new 502 Phoenix and Wideband Global SATCOM satellites.

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