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Exploring the Horizon of Geospatial Imagery Analysis

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October 5, 2012

Exploring the Horizon of Geospatial Imagery Analysis

  Today’s warfighters can collect, manage and deliver geospatial intelligence more effectively than ever. What’s next? By Pete McIntosh, solutions engineer,  Exelis Visual Information Solutions (www.exelisvis.com), Boulder, Colo. Geospatial imagery has supported defense and intelligence operations since World War I, when aerial photography changed the vantage point of the battlefield. The types and sheer volume