For the defense and intelligence community, modern conflict and threat landscapes are constantly evolving in scale, complexity, nature, and pace. New approaches and capabilities are required to detect, prevent, and mitigate these current and potential threats to security. Intelligence systems must be designed with both new and veteran analysts in mind. They need to be simple enough to learn and understand swiftly, but also able to complete complicated tasks. Most importantly, they must have the ability to present results of complex analysis in ways that deliver the most critical information to key decision-makers. Their primary function is to empower individual analysts with the capability to make assessments and enable informed decisions faster than adversaries — no matter how long the analyst has been on the job.
During this webcast, experts from Esri’s defense and intelligence department explore the newly released ArcGIS platform that provides analysts with a collaborative environment that integrates data, sensors and activities in real-time to deliver actionable insights. We’ll explore ArcGIS capabilities and use cases, as well as take a deep dive into best practices in mapping and intelligence reporting for defense and intelligence missions.
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