Iceye plans to use airborne and space-based Synthetic Aperture Radar to gather Earth imagery day, night and through clouds.
Adm. Kurt Tidd, leader of U.S. Southern Command, told GEOINT 2017 that South America presents unique opportunities to test new geospatial capabilities. Credit: USGIF
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Karen Thomas (left), Harris Corp's chief Geographic Information Systems strategist, demonstrates the company's capabilities to National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Director Robert Cardillo (right), at the GEOINT 2017 Symposium. Credit: Harris
This is a screen shot showing European aircraft flights in Ball Aerospace's visual data repository, VizZen. Credit: Ball Aerospace
Earth-i captured this image of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, with a satellite in its DMC-3 constellation. Credit: Earth-i
Adam Maher Ursa Space Systems chief executive (left) and  Massimo Comparini, e-GEOS chief executive signed a revenue sharing agreement June 7 at the GEOINT Symposium. Credit: Ursa Space Systems
Diana Hughes (center), director of NGA's Office of Small Business, speaks at a panel at the GEOINT Symposium, June 6, 2017. Credit: Chuck Janda/USGIF
Gen. Darren McDew, leader of U.S. Transportation Command, speaks at the GEOINT 2017 Symposium in San Antonio, Texas, June 6, 2017. Credit: USGIF
Jeffrey “Skunk” Baxter, a national security consultant who often leads wargame red teams and a founding member of American jazz rock band Steely Dan said the U.S. government will need small satellites and advanced technologies to address growing threats from potential adversaries. Credit: USGIF
The white box visible on the Iridium Next satellite pictured is Harris' hosted payload for tracking ships with AIS beacons. Credit: Harris Corp.
Robert Cardillo, the director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, speaks to the GEOINT 2017 symposium June 5. Credit: USGIF
Actor William Shatner, best known for his role as Capt. James T. Kirk on Star Trek, speaks to attendees at the annual GEOINT Symposium, June 5, 2017. Credit: USGIF
Planet's Robbie Schingler speaking June 4 at GEOINT 2017. Credit: @GEOINTSymposium
Artist's rendering of Capella Space's synthetic aperture radar cubesat. Credit: Capella Space
With Descartes Labs' GeoVisual Search, if a user clicks on ships in a Marina, GVS processes satellite and aerial imagery in the cloud to identify similar objects around the world. Users can also use geographic or temporal parameters to confine the GVS search. Credit: Descartes Labs

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