Leidos will feature its automated geospatial intelligence technologies at the GEOINT 2016 Symposium this week at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Florida.
The company will demonstrate a number of technologies designed to support GEOINT analysis, real-time small satellite and open source data integration and risk predictions, Leidos said Friday.
This includes its Publicly Available Information Exploitation Platform, Target Monitoring Assistant-Graphical Reporting Exploitation Tool, Global Monitoring & Planning System, Advanced GEOINT Framework, Integrated Building Interior Surveillance System and ISR CrossCue.
“GEOINT 2016 provides customers the chance to see and discuss industry developments that can improve their ability to answer tough intelligence challenges,” said Mary Craft, Leidos global services group president.
Robert Zitz, a senior vice president at Leidos and chair of the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation small satellite working group, will serve as moderator at a panel discussion on open source analytics and small satellites on May 17.
Leidos executives Matt Vaughan, Doug Reed and Lee Bader will also be included in sessions during the event.
The annual GEOINT symposium is hosted by USGIF and brings together the defense, intelligence and homeland security sectors.