NGA Seeks Market Info on Intra-Hour Satellite Data Collection

Jeff Brody

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency requests for information on high cadence data collection, which is data procured on an intra-hour basis, to be sent to the intended recipient within minutes.

NGA said Wednesday in a FedBizOpps notice it also seeks input on satellite technology designed to identify a wide variety of objects and select data tailored to the client’s requirements.

In addition, the agency wants to produce High Cadence Cubes, representations of visual data that portrays the changes over a specific area within a defined time period, out of raw satellite images.

NGA will use these technologies to leverage high cadence data as the amount of on-orbit satellite constellations continues to grow.

New Bridge Partners and Mitre will help NGA review submitted responses for market research.

Interested entities may submit responses to request through June 21.

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