NGA posts change detection RFI
On August 23, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency posted a request for information on Change Detection. Responses are due no later than 11:59 p.m. Eastern on September 15.
NGA is pursuing applications, services and technological ideas to support application-based GEOINT tipping and cueing/change detection data. To support the NSG in an ever changing world, NGA must employ new technologies, new applications, and analytics capabilities.
A key agency priority is to determine, with certain reliability, where cultural, physical and physiographic changes significant to specific GEOINT applications have occurred on the Earth’s surface. These types of changes span the full spectrum of GEOINT, including support to near-real time tracking of observational/fleeting changes (analytical applications) and persistent/durable changes supporting global data readiness and reducing strategic surprise (foundational applications).
Full information is available here.