Former NGA Director Robert Cardillo Joins Enview Advisory Board

Robert Cardillo
Robert Cardillo

Enview announced on Tuesday that Robert Cardillo, former director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and a former Wash100 Award recipient, has joined the company’s advisory board. 

As NGA’s director, Cardillo led the agency under the authorities of the Secretary of Defense and Director of National Intelligence to transform its future value proposition through innovative partnerships with the growing commercial geospatial industry.

"As soon as I became aware of Enview’s innovative culture and real-world applications, I strove to find a way to join their world-class team. And I am even more excited to think about the difference Enview will make in the world of sense-making and decision-advantage,” said Cardillo.

Enview’s Geospatial AI has been deployed at TRL 9 for Fortune 500 companies for automated 3D mapping of terrain, buildings, vegetation, infrastructure, route planning, line of sight, change detection and other bespoke requirements. 

Enview’s platform generates accurate 3D maps to enhance tactical and theater-level decision-making. It is powered by artificial intelligence, 3D computer vision and scalable high-performance computing.

“I’m incredibly excited to have former Director Robert Cardillo join Enview’s Advisory Board. Robert’s perspective and guidance will help us solve challenges of strategic importance to the national security community,” said San Gunawardana, co-founder and CEO at Enview.

About Enview

Enview is the world's leading 3D Geospatial Analytics company. The Silicon Valley-based company exists to protect people and critical infrastructure, and to enhance national security by mapping the world in 3D. The Enview AI Engine reveals what was previously invisible by fusing human and machine intelligence. 

Enview combines expertise in remote sensing, computer vision, and geospatial big data to enable energy and government customers to see the invisible, predict future threats, and prevent those threats from becoming incidents.

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