GEOINT 2013 Preview: Thermopylae Bringing Knowledge Fusion Capabilities to the GEOINT Community

Published on October 8, 2013

Next week, Thermopylae Sciences & Technology will be attending the premiere geospatial event for the defense and intelligence communities – GEOINT 2013.

Each year, the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) brings together the top leaders in the GEOINT community to share their insights into the future of this critical sector.

For us, this event provides the opportunity to showcase our key innovations and solutions to our community. It also provides a valuable opportunity for us to connect with our customers, partners and prospects. Simply put, it is ‘Super Bowl’ time for Thermopylae.

We are excited to be showcasing the latest versions of our iSpatial, iHarvest and Ubiquity solutions, which advance government mission goals in the areas of geospatial, analytic and mobile arenas.

In case you are not familiar with these solutions, iSpatial is a web-based collaborative framework that leverages Google Earth and Maps in a flexible, task-based approach to solve complex problems. Our iHarvest product is a standards-based enterprise analytic service that organizes, analyzes, and reports activities to inform critical decisions. And, finally, our Ubiquity platform is used by many defense and intelligence organizations to create dynamic, customized, and geocentric native mobile applications.

We will also be showcasing our very popular Liquid Galaxy immersive virtual reality display that features Google Glass and Leap integration. Our full product line will also be highlighted in the display.

Thermopylae embraces a culture of giving, so are also arranging for donations to be made to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation on behalf of our VIP guests.

Today’s government requires creative solutions that are nimble and can help meet mission goals and requirements at all times. At GEOINT 2013, we will be showing the world how our commercial-based solutions allow defense organizations to remain effective through cutting-edge knowledge fusion capabilities in the geospatial, cloud and mobile arenas.

I look forward to seeing many of our customers, partners and friends at GEOINT 2013. Be sure to stop by and see us at booth #1011. See you all in Tampa!

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