GEOINT 2011 Adds More to the Agenda
October 7, 2011
W. Craig Fugate joins GEOINT 2011 keynote speakers
FEMA Administrator W. Craig Fugate has recently joined the list of community leaders scheduled to speak on the main stage at GEOINT 2011. Fugate reported to FEMA bringing with him a wealth of leadership experience to the emergency management community. Prior to coming to FEMA, Mr. Fugate served as Director of the Florida Division of Emergency Management (FDEM).
Don’t miss GEOINT 2011 panels, breakout tracks and the exhibit hall
Along with these invaluable keynote speakers, GEOINT 2011 offers panels and breakout tracks on online/on-demand capabilities, human geography and socio-cultural dynamics, intelligence integration, open source GEOINT, weapons of mass destruction, crowd source intelligence, international commercial satellite imagery, intelligence in the cloud and much more. View the full agenda.
With more than 100,000 square feet of exhibits, the GEOINT 2011 exhibit hall contains over 200 organizations showcasing the capabilities you need to see. Enjoy one-stop shopping, uncover new technologies and do business with leading suppliers of intelligence technologies—all in one place, at one time. Use our interactive exhibit hall software to view the full list of exhibitors, make connections or track what booths to visit.
There’s still time to register for the Pre-Symposium Science & Technology Forum
Arrive to San Antonio early on Sunday, Oct. 16, for the expanded Pre-Symposium Science & Technology Forum at an additional low price. Attend and learn about the latest trends within the geospatial intelligence community related to science and technology. Workshop topics include socio-cultural dynamics, multi-INT fusion in the information spectrum, mobile GEOINT applications, space-time analytics and much more. A lunchtime workshop on the analysis of video breaks up the day, giving those who register for this exclusive forum another learning opportunity. Make sure you visit the Pre-Symposium Science & Technology Forum page to view all sessions and descriptions.
Network outside the general session and exhibit hall
On Oct. 16, join your colleagues for the Allder Golf Classic. This unique networking event takes place at The Palmer Course La Cantera, which was designed by golf legend and award-winning course designer, Arnold Palmer and The Arnold Palmer Design Company. Attend for the opportunity to play at this exclusive course and help fund the USGIF Scholarship Program.
Later on in the evening, join your colleagues for the Six Flags Over Texas Welcome Reception at Sunset Station and give tribute to the unique blend of culture, cuisine and celebration giving Texas its distinct character. Six different nations have governed Texas — Spain, France, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, the Confederate States of America, and the United States of America — and we’ll provide the sights, sounds and flavors of these six different periods of life.
On Oct. 18, the GEOWalk Corporate Hospitality Night provides another opportunity to network with peers at along the San Antonio Riverwalk. The evening’s venues include Howl at the Moon, Buckhorn Saloon, Rio Plaza, the Vault and the Iron Cactus.
Make sure to book your return flights for Thursday to conclude your experience at GEOINT 2011 during That ‘70s Closing Celebration with the Boogie Knights on Oct. 19. Hailed as “The greatest disco revival show in the world”, the Boogie Knights are sure to show GEOINT attendees and exhibitors a great time.