Seminar showcases Geo-Intelligence Production Systems and geoportals for military and intelligence applications.

Intergraph Mapping and Geospatial Solutions is hosting the European Geospatial Intelligence Seminar for the geospatial intelligence community at the Haus der Geschichte in Bonn, Germany. Targeting international military and intelligence decision makers and geospatial intelligence professionals, the seminar focuses on solutions for data management; imagery exploitation; spatial analysis and intensification of data; and dissemination, collaboration and communication of data. Among the briefings offered is a keynote address by Joanne Isham, Deputy Director, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA).

The full-day seminar features an exhibit that showcases solutions including Intergraph's interoperable geographic data production solution called Geo-Intelligence Production System (GIPS), enterprise geospatial management systems, geoportals, and imagery exploitation. The seminar gives attendees such as the Bundeswehr Geoinformation Office, Dutch Army Geographic Agency, Ministry of Defence of Slovak Republic, Irish Naval Service and others the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of the geospatial intelligence industry and the latest technology.

Governments and agencies use Intergraph's open, standards-based systems to quickly visualize and understand complex spatial data in order to make confident, effective decisions. Intergraph geospatial intelligence solutions have capabilities for the integration and exploitation of available data, the generation of raster data products that may be interchanged with other agencies and countries, and the processing of classified and commercial imagery, thus enabling an open spatial enterprise. In establishing an open spatial enterprise, Intergraph solutions facilitate real-time updates, giving users across the enterprise access to the most up-to-date information possible.

Source: Intergraph, Nov. 30, 2004