HUNTSVILLE, Ala., 26 Jan. 2007.Intergraph Corporation presented its latest innovations at the third-annual Defense Geospatial Intelligence Conference, at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, London.
The premier geospatial intelligence event in Europe, DGI 2007 is hosting more than 400 delegates from 30 countries.
Brigadier General (Retired) Jack Pellicci, vice president of Intergraph's Security, Government & Infrastructure division and general manager of the company's Federal Solutions and Military & Intelligence business units, chaired the plenary sessions on January 24.
On Tuesday, January 24, Robert Mott, director of Military & Intelligence Solutions for Intergraph presented "Tools and Techniques for Accelerating the Intelligence Decision Cycle." The session outlined how to achieve remarkable reductions in time and effort devoted to data assimilation and analysis; create substantial increases in efficiency and overall decision quality; enable more effective application of video within exploitation and security frameworks, and covered automated change detection and the effective use of 3D visualization technology within exploitation workflows.
On the exhibit hall floor, Intergraph demonstrated its Advanced Image Exploitation Solution, featuring virtual mosaic creation, change detection, and the fusion of high-resolution imagery with geospatial and terrain content.