Esri is scheduled to showcase the company’s geospatial technology offerings at the GEOINT Symposium from May 15 to 18 and conduct a free training session during the event slated to take place in Orlando, Florida.
Esri staff will discuss on-site how ArcGIS platform-based geospatial technologies provide intelligence on defense and national security to customers, Esri said Tuesday.
John Day, director of national security and business development at Esri, said the company will demonstrate how spatiotemporal analyses provide interactive experiences to support decision making and operations.
The ArcGIS platform works to manage, analyze and share data in two-dimensional and three-dimensional formats.
Among Esri’s executives who will present at the event along with Day are:
- Jeff Peters, director of global business development for the national government sector
- Patty Mims, deputy director of global business development for national government sector
- Brian Lehman, director of defense business development
- Chris Albert, director of intelligence business development