DGI 2018

22 - 24 January, 2018

QEII Centre, London

+44 (0) 207 368 9836

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  • The Future of Geospatial Imagery Collection Analysis Exploitation & ExchangeThe Future of Geospatial Imagery Collection Analysis Exploitation & Exchange

    We interviewed 100 senior GIS focused professionals from defence and government organisations to discover how they are using GEOINT today,  how they are overcoming their challenges, and what they predict for the future. 

    Inside the report you will find:

    - The biggest concerns when investing in GIS

    - How GIS could most effectively evolve to better meet commanders’ future needs

    - The best methods for maximizing the effectiveness of activity-based intelligence

    … and much more!

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  • Attendee List

    Thinking about attending DGI 2017? Want to know who attended this year? Let me tell you, you’ll be impressed with who we had attend.

    Each year DGI strives to cover your biggest Defence and Security GEOINT challenges so don’t miss out. Fill your details below to download the 2016 attendee list.

    Leading global geospatial intelligence experts attend and speak at DGI because they know it is the only meeting place to allow them to explore solutions to the biggest challenges they face today.

    600 geospatial intelligence professionals use this conference as a platform to learn, network and evaluate best-in-class solution providers.

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  • Crowdsourcing Geospatial InformationCrowdsourcing Geospatial Information
    Crowdsourcing Geospatial Information: The Benefits and Potential 

    The rise and rise of Web 2.0 has transformed the internet once and for all from a static depository of information into the massive, social and participatory medium that it is today. High-speed networks, the smartphone revolution, social media, and distributed information sharing from people from all corners of the globe has changed the data landscape for good. 

    With this has emerged an ever-increasing body of crowdsourced geospatial information, with dedicated communities and thousands upon thousands of non-professional users voluntarily contributing data.

    Read the full article on the benefits and potential of crowdsourcing geospatial information.