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October 4, 2012

Gathering Intelligence Faster than Real Time

Big Data Management The real-time intelligence generated from the fastest-growing nation on Earth—the Social Media Nation—is incredibly valuable for analysts seeking to keep the peace, managing emergencies and fighting terrorism. But how can it be taken one step further? It will take an open source intelligence engine, uniquely tuned to the intelligence mission. The engine

October 4, 2012

Automated Extraction Solution Meets Demanding Requirements

3-D GEOINT Overwatch’s optimized solutions dramatically reduce the time required to produce high-quality 3-D GEOINT products. Identifying the Problem High-resolution 3-D terrain and mission modeling helps decision makers understand the real-world conditions they face. The current process to generate accurate modeling, however, can be too slow and cumbersome to meet the demands for 3-D products. The first

October 4, 2012

London 2012 Olympics: Mapping the Playing Field with Qbase’s MetaCarta GSRP

Geosearch and Georeferencing When London was awarded the 2012 Olympics in mid-2005, Assistant Chief Constable Steve Thomas was asked to lead the British Transport Police (BTP) and the Olympics project in preparing for the massive security effort to protect rail, maritime, aviation and road transportation to the game’s venues in England, Scotland and Wales. Critical

October 4, 2012

Pan-sharpening: Solving Consistency and Complexity Problems

Image Fusion For the defense industry, the ability to have accurate color satellite image information is invaluable. Satellite data can be generated daily and from a safe distance. This means a target can be monitored for changes in activities real time and with discretion, providing accurate monitoring and safety for military personnel. Pan-sharpening, also called

October 4, 2012

Accessing Previously Unattainable Solutions

Geospatial Data and Model Discovery In the age of big data, the volume of geospatial information available through disparate sources can be overwhelming. Even the most sophisticated users often struggle to discover the right data and models to make decisions and solve problems. But finding the right data and models is just part of the

April 12, 2012

How Disaster Ready Are You?

Esri Helps Central U.S. States Participate in the Nation’s Largest Emergency Exercise On the morning of May 20, 2011, hundreds of emergency responders across the central United States got the alert: A devastating earthquake along the New Madrid fault line had just occurred. Emergency agencies went into full deployment. Evacuations began. Damage assessments were initiated.

April 12, 2012

Improve Public Services, Protect Communities

DigitalGlobe Homeland Security Solutions Provide Critical Insight DigitalGlobe’s high-resolution imagery and information solutions have played a key role in the effectiveness of programs designed to manage and monitor industries that impact homeland security. Using DigitalGlobe imagery in combination with the company’s state-of-the-art analysis center and GIS technology enables agencies to make more informed spatial decisions

April 12, 2012

Bolster Incident Management and Mass Notification

Buffalo Computer Graphics Delivers Large-Scale, High-Capacity Solutions Buffalo Computer Graphics Inc. (BCG) is a global provider of geographic information systems, crisis incident management and mass notification solutions, maritime training simulation systems, and custom engineered products. As a veteran-owned U.S. small business, we have served private sector and government customers with superior products, solutions, and support

January 24, 2012

High-Accuracy Mapping: An innovative Solution for Engineering-Grade Corridor Mapping

TRANSPORTATION The Illinois State Toll Highway Authority (Illinois Tollway) administers a 286-mile network of toll roads in northern Illinois. The heavily traveled system carries 1.4 million daily drivers and is constantly in need of maintenance and improvement. An ongoing challenge is to obtain precise terrain data for engineering design while reducing disruption of traffic and

January 24, 2012

Merrick Maps the Southeastern U.S. Coastline

MULTISENSOR MAPPING Merrick & Company provided LiDAR and hyperspectral imaging services and products to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Joint Airborne Lidar Bathymetry Technical Center of eXpertise (JALBTCX), to map the southeastern U.S. coastline. Funded in part by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the project was completed under an indefinite delivery

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