NextGen deploys eMTI system for NGA
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) selected NextGen Federal Systems to develop an Enhanced Moving Target Indicator (eMTI) data service. eMTI is deployed into production in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Commercial Cloud Service (C2S) environment, Beavercreek, OH-based NextGen announced on March 25. The eMTI data services provides alerting, ingesting, cataloging, retrieval, and dissemination within NGA’s Open Data Store (ODS) architecture.
NGA delivers world-class geospatial intelligence that provides a decisive advantage to policymakers, warfighters, intelligence professionals, and first responders.
Through the eMTI program, NextGen Federal Systems supports a federal team recognized with the prestigious NGA Challenger Award. The eMTI established the first operational dataset contained within NGA’s ODS, achieving a new level of relevancy with the modernization and transition of MTI to cloud services. As noted in the award citation by NGA Director VADM Robert D. Sharp, “this shift will have enduring impacts for the Combatant Commands and the Intelligence Community.”
“We are excited to see our team support award winning work in development and transitioning the eMTI solution into operations,” said Joe Robertson, NextGen Vice President and Group Manager. “It was truly a team effort with our NGA leadership, NextGen engineers, and other associate contractors on the program all pulling in the same direction. It is an honor being part of this high-performance team delivering these vital geospatial intelligence capabilities.”
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