September 29, 2014 -- New terrorist states continue to emerge using misinformation and popular media for maximum disruption. Quick and secure transformation of information into finished intelligence has become a number 1 priority for the world’s geospatial experts and their user communities.
Worldwide Business Research conducted a survey to over 1000 global and military agencies to understand their existing concerns with the current geospatial capabilities. This revealed that 85% of these agencies consider Geo Intelligence and GIS technology development as a priority for their organisation.
The onset of cross border and home grown terrorists is a new challenge and threat which has multiple implications. DGI, Europe’s largest conference covering location intelligence, has developed a key agenda which invites senior geospatial experts to present their plans.
Find out what measures have been put in place to reduce these threats from world-renowned expert Robert B. Murrett Deputy Director, Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSCT) Professor of Practice, Public Administration and International Affairs.
The Defence Geospatial Conference to be held on 19th – 21st January 2015 in London. (