Tony Frazier, president of Maxar Technologies' Radiant Solutions subsidiary, is scheduled to speak on Oct. 23 at NVIDIA's three-day GPU Technology Conference to be held at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C.
He will join William “Buzz“ Roberts, analytic automation POD lead at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, to discuss how the artificial intelligence, automation and augmentation strategy helps NGA carry out critical missions and address the gap between data gathering and decision-making process.
Frazier will talk about how Radiant puts the AAA strategy into operation through machine learning on NVIDIA's graphic processing units combined with crowdsourcing capabilities.
Todd Bacastow, senior director for Radiant Solutions' corporate strategy, wrote in a blog post published Tuesday that the company will demonstrate several GPU-powered geospatial platforms at the GTC DC event.
Some of those capabilities include the firm's CityBox virtual reality platform designed to import, export and analyze geospatial data; imaging through video turbulence algorithm; machine learning; and the xTerrain analytics tool.