The briefing covers SOCET GXP v3.2 photogrammetry, mapping, geospatial production, and image analysis workflows; new tools coming in SOCET GXP v4.0; guidelines for transitioning SOCET SET workflows to SOCET GXP; and an introduction to GXP Xplorer — the new data management and visualisation tool that everyone is talking about.
BAE Systems expands support to growing geospatial-intelligence government and mapping industries in India
NEW DELHI, INDIA – BAE Systems has expanded its Geospatial eXploitation Products (GXP®) business to support escalating customer requirements for image analysis, data management and geospatial production tools throughout India. Retired Lt. Col. Rajnish Bhatia has joined the BAE Systems India office as the GXP regional manager.
GXP Xplorer is a revolutionary data discovery and management tool that makes it easy to locate, retrieve, and share geospatial data on a local network or across an enterprise…
With the addition of frame import and triangulation, SOCET GXP® achieves a new level of support for SOCET SET® workflows. SOCET GXP v3.2 also includes terrain registration, comparison and volumetrics that go well beyond the tools in SOCET SET.
The geospatial tradecraft has benefited from the development of tools, techniques and procedures (TTP) that play a major role in combating terrorism in the 21st century. These TTPs have improved the situational awareness of the operational environment, which is vital to understanding and mitigating threats.
GXP Xplorer is a data library and search tool that makes it easy to find and share geospatial data on a local network and across an enterprise.
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. 12 April 2010 —Geosemble Technologies®, Inc., and BAE Systems announced today that they have integrated their respective technologies to bring users greater utility and efficiency in geospatial decision making. Geosemble has created a text visualization plug-in that can be used with BAE Systems’ SOCET GXP software.
We hope you’ll join us for an informative program that includes an extensive range of presentations from BAE Systems, its partners and users as well as an exhibition showcasing the latest technologies available from our partners
BAE Systems’ Geospatial eXploitation Products business recently donated $1,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project, an organization dedicated to honoring and empowering wounded veterans.
‘Remote sensing by remote control: UAVs become invaluable assets’ as featured in Fall 2009 Imaging Notes
Matt Bower of BAE Systems discusses the benefits of using the new SOCET GXP Video Analysis tool to analyze video feeds from unmanned aerial systems.
SOCET GXP eXtreme Analysis™ software is described on the United States Geospatial-Intelligence Foundation’s got geoint? Web site as “probably the most buzzed about product news at GEOINT 2008.” SOCET GXP combines image analysis and geospatial production tools into a single application for diverse uses — from finding beach landing sites for combat troops to helping land Mars Rover.
SOCET GXP® software is recognized as a key technology for transitioning to the future by Geospatial solutions in their GEOINT 2008 conference review.
Geospatial Solutions Web site reviews GEOINT 2008. BAE Systems created a significant buzz at GEOINT 2008 — including strong mention by a keynote speaker, Maj. Gen. John M. Custer — with its new SOCET GXP® software for eXtreme Analysis.