Boeing will showcase its latest data-analysis tools, geo-locating systems and communications capabilities for intelligence, defense and national security customers at the GEOINT Symposium scheduled for April 14-17 in Tampa, FL.
“Our customers have to be able to gather enormous amounts of data from a variety of collection systems and quickly turn it into actionable intelligence,” said Dewey Houck, vice president and general manager of Boeing Electronic & Information Solutions. “Boeing offers a unique set of geospatial-intelligence automation tools that create an information advantage for our customers.”
The Boeing exhibit at booth 5007 will include scale models of the new 502 Phoenix and Wideband Global SATCOM satellites, as well as demonstrations of several recently upgraded tools used for analyzing, processing and sharing large, complex data. These include:
- DataMaster 5.3, which adds real-time text-tagging of live video streams and other updates to a geospatial product library for improved search, retrieval and distribution of full-motion imagery across multiple security domains;
- HardwareWall, which delivers reduced set-up and maintenance time and introduces a simpler, more powerful software configuration for cross-domain use;
- TAC+ and Mobile TAC, upgrades to the TAC data analytics software, with a new embedded tool for geospatial analysis as well as mobile access to critical information for defense, intelligence and law enforcement customers.