GEOINT in practice

Type: Poster
Theme:
Sponsor Groups: Careers and Professional Development
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Day: 4/5/2019
Start / End Time: 8:00 AM / 9:40 AM (Eastern Standard Time)
Room: Lincoln 2, Marriott, Exhibition Level
Organizers: Michael Toomey, Zachary Jones, Monica Hoffman
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Description

Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) is the practice of analyzing geospatial information to guide our understanding of human activity on Earth and inform decision makers. GEOINT is a burgeoning field, owing to advances such as the rapid expansion of satellite constellations, adoption of cloud computing, and proliferation of georeferenced data sources. This session aims to provide a forum for the breadth of disciplines and methods that comprise GEOINT. We encourage posters from GEOINT practitioners in government, industry and academia who apply their efforts and ingenuity to today’s most pressing geopolitical issues. Themes may include human geography, maritime safety, environmental security, geomatics, remote sensing, geographic information science, humanitarian response, security studies, data science, economic geography and beyond.


Agenda

ID Title Participant
023 Violent Conflict and Land Cover Change in the North Kivu Province of the DRC Sofia McCarthy
024 High Dreams and Disrupted Modernity: The Story of Ghana's Bui Hydrodam Kwame Adovor
University of Minnesota
025 Remote sensing of rural populations: a case study of South Sudan Hannah Rosenblum
U.S. Bureau Of the Census
026 Mapping Populations at Greater Risk of Malaria Due to Hydroelectric Dams in Ethiopia: A Case Study of the Gilgel Gibe III Hydroelectric Dam Abigail Smith
University of North Alabama
027 Reverse Electrodialysis in North Carolina: Is natural salinity gradient conducive to renewable power plant siting? Hannah Palko
University of North Carolina - Charlotte
028 A sub-National Investigation of the Geographic Information Capacity (GIC) Profile for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) Madeline Wolters
Rochester Institute of Technology
029 FOSSFlood: Free and Open Source Software for Harnessing the Potential of the National Water Model James Coll
030 China’s Rise and the World’s Response: How is Chinese Expansion Portrayed in Media? Chase Womack
University of North Alabama
031 Zaatari Refugee Camp and Land Use Cover Change Amanda Barclay
Indiana University Of Pennsylvania
032 Navigating Information Landscapes with D3-based Web Apps Eliza Bradley
Pennsylvania State University
033 Towards the development of a near real time lake and reservoir monitoring system Michael Toomey
National Geospatial Intelligence Agency
034 The Geo-Atom for GEOINT: A Network Science Application Zachary Mostowsky
NT Concepts
035 Teaching Geography through Military Doctrine Christopher Benson
US Air Force Academy
036 NGA’s Maritime Safety Office Moves Production to the Unclassified Cloud: Enterprise Engine – Notice to Mariners (E2-NtM) Alison Carisio
037 Advancing Geospatial Intelligence in Support of Maritime Domain Awareness: Correlating Spaceborne Synthetic Aperture Radar Imagery with the Automatic Identification System to Improve Ship Detection Michael Brady
National Geospatial Intelligence Agency
038 Python Party: Cultivating a Network of Geospatial Analyst Coders in the Intelligence Community Brooks Breece
039 An overview of the World Magnetic Model and the MagQuest Challenge Angelique Garcia
National Geospatial Intelligence Agency
040 Water Resources Influence on Civil Conflict: Syrian Case Study Rieley Auger
University of Maryland
041 Using Historical Photo Analysis to Identify Potential Environmental Concerns Jacqueline Hunke
Army Geospatial Center
042 Identifying a positive correlation between 2015 VIIRS NTL data and GDP data using sub-categories of GDP in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee MSAs Adam Kohl
University of West Florida
043 The recording of crime data and scale: the influence of law enforcement recording behavior and the uncertain geographic context problem Cynthia Barnett-Ryan
044 Enhancing Accessibility and Usability of Automatic Identification System (AIS) Data Supriti Ghosh
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Admin-Committee on Marine Transportation System

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