USGIF concluded its largest ever GEOINT Symposium, attracting 4,451 attendees and exhibitors from the defense, intelligence and homeland security communities. Those who attended the event in San Antonio, Texas, had a rare opportunity to explore the latest technologies from 252 exhibitors as well as hear from and meet with key Defense, Intelligence and Homeland Security Community leadership.
November 28, 2011
November 7, 2011
If you would like to see proceedings from the GEOINT 2011 Symposium including, keynotes, panels, breakout tracks and other highlights from the Symposium, please visit GEOINTv.
Some slides from the Pre-Symposium Forum lunchtime workshop and slides from the DI2E breakout track are available to download. If USGIF receives slides from other sessions, we will post them within this news item.
November 1, 2011
USGIF has recently received a lot of requests for registration receipts from the GEOINT 2011 Symposium.
Your symposium receipt is included in the confirmation that was emailed to the address you provided at registration. If you cannot locate that registration confirmation please contact Jspargo, our GEOINT 2011 registration help desk, at email@example.com to get your receipt.
October 19, 2011
The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) announced LTG Paul E. Menoher as the recipient of the 2011 Arthur C. Lundahl Lifetime Achievement Award. Menoher was presented the award on the main stage during the last day of the GEOINT 2011 Symposium.
October 18, 2011
The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) today announced the recipients of its 2011 USGIF Awards Program during the general session at the GEOINT 2011 Symposium, held in San Antonio, Texas. This year’s recipients are COL Michael D. Hendricks (Academic Achievement), Albert Yu-Min Lin, Ph.D. (Academic Research), Kevin Slocum for the NGA InnoVision LIDAR Team (Government), Justin Novak for the U.S. Army Space & Missile Defense Command (Military) and the Gorgon Stare Industry Team, Sierra Nevada Corp. (Industry).
October 16, 2011
More than 50 students from local San Antonio elementary schools on Sunday, Oct. 16 had the rare opportunity to learn about geospatial intelligence from experts during GeoHunt, the YPG service project during GEOINT 2011, which is an interactive, educational exploration, similar to a scavenger hunt.
October 14, 2011
Powered by Raytheon, the official GEOINT 2011 app allows attendees and exhibitors to view the interactive floor plan, read exhibitor listings, read speaker biographies, review the agenda, and look up general information about the Symposium.
October 12, 2011
Bringing a guest or your spouse to GEOINT 2011? Don't forget about the guest pass and optional tours
The GEOINT 2011 Symposium offers Spouse/Guest passes for $75. These can be purchased with each full-symposium registration during the online registration process or on site in San Antonio, and each pass provides access to afternoon and evening networking activities.
In addition, we’ve partnered with the city of San Antonio to provide guests and spouses activities during the day. From Mission tours to haunted experience to wine tastings, San Antonio offers is all.
So bring a guest with you to GEOINT 2011 and enjoy a great time in San Antonio together.
October 7, 2011
Still unsure if you should attend GEOINT 2011? Check out these additions to the GEOINT 2011 agenda and find out what you may be missing if you don’t attend.
September 29, 2011
The next Young Professionals Group (YPG) GeoHunt service project will take place on Oct. 16 in San Antonio, Texas as part of the GEOINT 2011 Young Professionals program.
GeoHunt is an educational exploration, similar to geocaching, that introduces children to elements and power of GEOINT in hopes of getting them excited about a future in geospatial intelligence. The experience from this project benefits the GEOINT Community by engaging children in geospatial technologies at a young age. As the YPG further develops this project, the group plans to customize the project for various locations throughout the country.