Open Source Integration, Change Detection, Anticipatory Intelligence among session topics
May 13, 2016 -- Leidos will demonstrate automated technologies designed to enhance GEOINT analysis, provide real-time integration of small satellite and other open source data, alert analysts to important changes, and anticipate future areas of concern in Booth #703 at the GEOINT 2016 Symposium, to be held May 16 -18, at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center, Orlando, Fla. Leidos, [NYSE: LDOS], a national security, health and infrastructure company, will present solutions that enable greater use of open sources as well as ways to accelerate the move to activity-based intelligence. Leidos develops, integrates and operates systems which ingest, correlate and enrich information derived from disparate structured and unstructured data sources.
Hosted by the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF), the annual GEOINT Symposium is the preeminent event for the defense, intelligence and homeland security communities.
“GEOINT 2016 provides customers the chance to see and discuss industry developments that can improve their ability to answer tough intelligence challenges. It provides a showcase for Leidos’ analytical expertise and our technology solutions” said Leidos Global Services Group President, Mary Craft.
Leidos National Security Experts are featured in the following sessions:
Lee Bader, solution architect at Leidos, is leading a training course on Open Source Exploitation Methodology and Techniques on May 16, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Matt Vaughan, senior vice president at Leidos, will participate on the panel, “The Intersection of GEOINT and the Capital Market”, May 16, 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Robert Zitz, senior vice president at Leidos and chair of the USGIF Small-Satellite Working Group, will moderate a breakout panel, “Open Source Analytics and Small Satellites,” May 17, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
Doug Reed, vice president at Leidos, will be a panelist on the “Open Source Analytics and Small Satellites” panel, where he will discuss opportunities and challenges associated with automated change detection and unstructured data integration, May 17, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Among solutions Leidos experts will demonstrate in booth #703 include:
PAI (Publicly Available Information) Exploitation Platform performs real-time discovery and analytics from the internet, using sophisticated managed attribution technologies. PAI Platform has proven its ability to operate in a multi-security-domain environment.
Target Monitoring Assistant-Graphical Reporting Exploitation Tool (TMA-GERT) has a strong record of performance providing a machine-based approach to examining high volumes of data and detecting change. It then provides automated alerts and reporting to ensure analysts can focus on the most important information first. TMA-GERT is currently a program of record at National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and is capable of expanding its impact.
GLIMPS (Global Monitoring & Planning System) provides analysts and planners with an anticipatory intelligence tool that is proven in forecasting most likely events over a three year and five year window. GLIMPS uses thousands of feeds, both forensic and real-time information, to predict likely areas of unrest and instability at the sub-province level of GEOINT detail. NGA currently uses this capability, which can be expanded to support many missions.
Advanced GEOINT Framework (AGF) coupled with cutting edge commercial ingest, correlation and enrichment software, provides an open architecture, web-services approach to integrating massive amounts of structured and unstructured information from all INTs and open sources, and arraying the data in a user-friendly GEOINT analytical framework for analysis.
IBISS (Integrated Building Interior Surveillance System) provides building interior situational awareness (layout, location and movement of occupants) prior to mission engagement. It collects through wall radar data using a combination of drive-by and airborne assets and processes it to reconstruct the 3-D interior structure of buildings and track dismounts moving inside them. The output 3-D Building Situation Model can be used for pre-mission rehearsal and planning as well in-mission support.
ISR CrossCue (IXQ) works with existing intelligence organization workflows to index analysts into a single collaboration account, making the job of locating specific expertise for newly formed communities of interest faster and seamless.
For more information about Leidos capabilities and experts featured at GEOINT 2016, visit www.leidos.com/natsec.
Leidos is a science and technology solutions leader working to address some of the world’s toughest challenges in national security, health and infrastructure. The Company’s 18,000 employees support vital missions for government and the commercial sector, develop innovative solutions to drive better outcomes and defend our digital and physical infrastructure from ‘new world’ threats. Headquartered in Reston, Virginia, Leidos reported annual revenues of approximately $5.09 billion for the twelve months ended January 1, 2016. For more information, visit www.Leidos.com.
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