The 2017 event is now over! We had a great time at DGI 2017 and had some fantastic feedback from those of you who joined us – A huge thank you to all of our sponsors, speakers and attendees for making it the biggest success to date!

What is DGI?

DGI is the only large-scale annual meeting in Europe for military, civilian and industry geospatial intelligence leaders. More than 550 geospatial intelligence professionals from 40 nations attend DGI each year to identify trends, network and test the latest services and technology in Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT), Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), Social Media Intelligence (SOCMINT) and CYBINT (Cyber Intelligence).

Providing you with new ways to collect, integrate, manage, analyse and share your geospatial data in an increasingly complex security environment, DGI is the must-attend event in Europe for everyone involved in geospatial intelligence for public safety and national and global security.

DGI 2017 Highlights

2017 Expert Speakers Included:

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Lt General F B Hodges

Commanding General
US Army Europe

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Robert Cardillo

Director
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)

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Major General James Hockenhull

Director
Cyber Intelligence and Information Integration (DCI3), UK MoD

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Brigadier General Peter Richert

Deputy Commander
Strategic Reconnaissance Command

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Lt General Ilias Leontaris

Commander
EU Operational Headquarters

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Brigadier General Paul Nelson

Deputy Assistant General for Intelligence
NATO HQ

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Brigadier Lars Corneliusson

Director of Intelligence
EU Military Staff (EUMS)

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John Teufert

Branch Head, JISR Geospatial Services
NATO Communications & Information Agency (NCI Agency)

550

Military, Civilian and Industry Geospatial Intelligence Expert Attendees

100

World-Renowned Geospatial Intelligence Speakers

80+

Sessions Featuring New Updates, Data and Insights

40

Nations and Agencies Sending Senior Teams of Geospatial Intelligence Experts

3

Value Packed Days

1

Summit Day Focused on Operating in the Open: How to Integrate Open Source Data into Geospatial Intelligence Products

"The quality of the audience is outstanding and opportunities to spend time with international colleagues are invaluable"

- Brigadier Friedrich Teichmann, Director, Geospatial Department, Austrian Armed Forces