Lou Von Thaer: Leidos to Participate at GEOINT Symposium

Lou Von Thaer
Lou Von Thaer

Leidos will exhibit its portfolio of geospatial technology tools at the GEOINT 2013 Symposium Monday through Thursday in Tampa, Fla..

Lou Van Thaer, Leidos president for national security sector, said Thursday that the company builds geospatial intelligence technologies for national security and critical infrastructure protection.

“GEOINT is an ideal opportunity to showcase the innovative geospatial intelligence technology solutions at Leidos,” Von Thaer added.

Rob Zitz
Rob Zitz

During the event, Leidos will feature its Advanced Geospatial Framework and Geospatial Content Management Solutions products.

Other products to be featured include GLMPS, AIMES, GeoRover and GRGlobe, ISR CrossCue, HR3DGI and IBISS.

Rob Zitz, Leidos senior vice president and chief systems architect, will hold a discussion about small satellite and associated TPED.

He will also participate in a panel for the GEOINT Certification Roundtable and serve as moderator of the GEOINT Foreword: SmallSat Remote Sensing Innovations sessions.

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