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George Holland, the Vice President of US National Security Sales at Juniper Networks, and Chris Murphy an Account Manager at Juniper Networks join the program live from the show floor of the 2015 GEOINT Symposium to discuss the topics and trends being discussed at this year’s conference and the role that today’s modern networks play in the acquisition, analysis and sharing of geospatial intelligence.
The GEOINT Symposium is the preeminent geospatial intelligence conference catering to the defense, intelligence and homeland security communities.
There has been much speculation about the purpose, scope and depth within the alternative media about Jade Helm 15. At the epicenter of this speculation exists one primary question: What is the real reason behind the Jade Helm 15 exercise?
“D.J.,” an investigative researcher and the founder and developer of Level9News.com (currently under construction) will be our very special guest tonight to discuss her startling research findings that connect some very interesting dots pertaining to the computer GeoSpatial Intelligence Network (GeoINT) and “the net” that is about to be dropped upon humanity.
Just coming off of an interview with J.B. Wells of Caravan to Midnight (Episode 309), “D.J.” will offer a very informative look into Jade Helm 15 that no other researcher has yet to provide. Having a strong background in system & network engineering, “D.J.” will provide a very detailed analysis of the backbone of Jade Helm 15, which is an artificial intelligence (AI) based computer system with astounding, futuristic capabilities.
Is it possible that JADE II is part of a bigger command and control system that goes beyond military applications? Based on countless hours of recent research and tireless investigation, “D.J.” has the answers, or at least many of them, which connect important yet overlooked dots about the ultimate role quantum computing will play in this new “geospatial intelligence network centric” battlefield.
Do not be fooled by others who claim to have done the research and present the findings into this very specific aspect of Jade Helm 15, for it is her exposure that has shaken the intelligence community.
We will be joined by Tommy Battle, mayor of Huntsville, Alabama, and Ray Bauer, information technology innovation lead at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. They will discuss GEO Huntsville, a collaborative nonprofit organization engaged in geospatial technology applications in the Huntsville, Alabama, area.
Cincinnati Business Talk highlights the positive side of Cincinnati area businesses. We will be talking to CEOs who have won awards, innovated with new products and services.
Today's guest is Jerry Weber, President of The WEB Extreme Entertainment. Jerry was born and raised in Cincinnati and received a bachelors in Engineering Physics from Ohio University and a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati. He spent the first part of his career as an account executive for Intergraph, a computer systems company. In 1999, he opened his first stand alone laser tag business, Laser Web, in Fairfield, OH. Three years later he purchased a laser tag and outdoor miniature golf facility in Dayton, and still currently operates Laser Web Dayton. In 2010, he expanded into The WEB, opening Cincinnati's largest indoor entertainment center, with go-karts, laser tag, mini bowling and golf, arcade, restaurant, ice cream parlor, and the newest attraction, Trapped in a Room with a Zombie.
Jerry will share his perspectives and insights on current HOT business issues in the area of indoor entertainment centers. He will share information on his new "Escape Room".
The show streamed live on Friday May 8th at 4 PM. Listen to this link:
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Lou Rodriguez, President, Rodriguez Consulting, LLC.
Rodriguez Consulting LLC. is a design, geospatial and infrastructure management firm focused on providing exceptional services and employing cutting-edge technologies and processes for clients in the federal, state/local and private sectors.
Lou Rodriguez is the president of Rodriguez Consulting LLC, an award winning professional engineering and land surveying firm which he founded in 2007. Rodriguez provides innovative civil engineering and geospatial solutions for our Nation's infrastructure. Rodriguez is also a certified SBA 8(a), minority-owned (MBE) and disadvantaged business enterprise (DBE). Lou is a professional civil engineer with over 20 years of civil engineering and information technology experience primarily focused on water infrastructure and GIS.
UNREDACTED with Rachel Marsden: Lifting the black ink to reveal the covert information and intelligence around global events.
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Welcome to the TerraGo Podcast Series. TerraGo recently released a new research paper titled, “Breakthrough Tech: Smartphone Apps Poised to Take Market Share from GPS Surveying Handsets.”
The paper examines recent innovations that are disrupting GPS surveying technology markets across numerous industries, including energy, utilities, manufacturing, transportation, logistics, construction and agriculture.
The traditional suppliers of single-function GPS handhelds, including Trimble and Leica, face increasing pressure from smartphone and tablet solutions from iOS and Android survey app developers (TerraGo, FastField et al), especially when paired with high-precision Bluetooth GPS receivers (Bad Elf, SXBlue, EOS et al).
Companies are adopting these solutions to replace GPS handhelds, including software and support, and have reported dramatic cost savings, as much as 95%.
Today we are speaking with the author of this paper, Jim Hodges. Jim is an award-winning journalist and expert in the geospatial arena.
Welcome to the Hexagon Geospatial podcast series. Hexagon Geospatial recently released its Power Portfolio, which organizes the company’s products into suites, combining the best photogrammetry, remote sensing, GIS and cartography technologies available.
Today, we are speaking with Mladen Stojic, President of Hexagon Geospatial, about the Power Portfolio, and how organizations can best predict change.
Intergraph recently announced the launch of the Intergraph 2013 portfolio, which is a comprehensive solution that connects all geospatial genres by integrating photogrammetry, remote sensing, and GIS into a streamlined system available on desktop, server, web, and mobile devices.
Today, we are speaking with Mladen Stojic, Vice President – Geospatial, Intergraph, about this new product launch.
Welcome to the Thermopylae Sciences &Technology podcast series. Today, we are speaking with AJ Clark, President of Thermopylae, about key trends in the geospatial arena, and federal budget insights.
This got geoint? podcast, brought to you by trajectory magazine, features the publication of "Future U.S. Workforce for Geospatial Intelligence," a report released this week by the National Academy of Sciences. Keith C. Clarke of the University of California, Santa Barbara, and chair of the Committee on the Future U.S. Workforce for Geospatial Intelligence, joins us to discuss the main findings in the report, as well as to offer further perspective on the future of the GEOINT workforce.
Following is an exclusive podcast from IQPC's Defence series with Commodore Pat Tyrrell OBE (Ret'd), Former Commandant, Defence Intelligence and Security School and Deputy Chief Executive. Mr Tyrrell discusses the importance of GIS in the Middle East and how it will help at an operational level.