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USGIF will host a two-day Small Sat Workshop Nov. 14-15 at National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Campus East in Springfield, Va. The first day of the workshop will be unclassified.
The agenda, titled “Making Use of Small Satellites: GEOINT and Open Source Analysis,” will include remarks by NGA Director Robert Cardillo as well as keynotes by Fred Kennedy III of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and Senator Mark Warner of Virginia (invited). The day will also feature panels on turning pixels into insight, launch, and policy, with representatives from DARPA, Leidos, Lockheed Martin, Planet, Terra Bella, Virgin Galactic, and many more. The unclassified workshop will conclude with a discussion on NGA and the National Reconnaissance Office’s joint Commercial GEOINT Activity by both agencies’ program leads.
Learn more in the trajectory magazine preview.
See also details of USGIF’s GEOINT Community Week