Orlando, Fla. – Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE: SAIC) today announced that Jason Nichols, SAIC iSpace lab director, and Jim Tuson, SAIC intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance fellow, will be presenting a Lightening Talk at the GEOINT Foreword Pre-Symposium, hosted by the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation. During the presentation, Nichols and Tuson will talk about how object-based production can accelerate your agency’s intelligence cycle.
Topic: Object Based Production Powered by Cloud and Data Analytics Efficiently Fuses multi-INT for Enterprise Insight
Date: Sunday, May 15, 2016
Time: 1:50 p.m.
Location: Osceola Ballroom CD, Gaylord Palms – Orlando, Florida
To speak with SAIC representatives directly about this topic, visit SAIC at booth #328 during the show. Or to set up a formal interview, please contact Lauren Presti, SAIC media relations.
At SAIC’s booth, the company will also present its geographic mapping capability created for the Environmental Protection Agency.
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About GEOINT Foreword
GEOINT Foreword is the pre-symposium science and technology-focused day that brings together government, academia, and industry to discuss advances in the tradecraft and innovation. The program delivers keynote speakers, panel discussions, learning tracks, lightning talks, and networking opportunities