Part of Army analysts’ jobs is to look for historical data to “add contextual value” to current images, said Mark Sarojak, BAE Systems’ director of sales and marketing for GXP.
Straightforward technology for creating geospatial workflows generates increasing demand for SOCET GXP, SOCET SET and GXP Xplorer software.
Dr. A. Stewart Walker, GXP director, product initiatives, expresses the broad appeal conveyed by multiple user types for new GXP software. For example, SOCET GXP v3.2 offers a mix of easy-to-use image analysis and photogrammetric capabilities…
Dan London, vice president of sales, marketing, and support for the Geospatial eXploitation Products® business talks about GXP Xplorer®, a new data discovery and retrieval application.
He explains that GXP Xplorer is different from other products on the market today that require users to access multiple data stores. “Most systems out there are looking at building a super data store, and we all know that’s not…
GXP customers are encouraged to attend free training classes to learn about equivalent SOCET SET® functionality and workflows in SOCET GXP®.
Drew Fisher, director of sales for the GXP® Americas region, provides an overview of the transition plan for SOCET SET® customers who have not yet migrated to SOCET GXP®.
Current SOCET SET end users can experiment with demo versions of SOCET GXP® in their environments and work with BAE Systems to communicate the photogrammetric processes they would like to see in future versions of SOCET GXP.
Nigel Lambton, director of sales and marketing for the GXP® EMEA region, reviews new photogrammetric and geospatial analysis highlights …
Government and commercial customers use one product, SOCET GXP, for efficient image analysis, geospatial analysis, targeting and GIS workflows.
Mark Sarojak, director of sales for the Geospatial eXploitation Products business, discusses the changing geospatial intelligence market, and how BAE Systems has responded by developing SOCET GXP® to address multiple user requirements with one software package.
SOCET GXP combines image analysis and geospatial production in one product
At the GEOINT Symposium 2008 in Nashville, Tennessee, BAE Systems unveiled its latest technology, including a new benchmark for accomplishing image analysis and geospatial production in one comprehensive product – SOCET GXP. SOCET GXP v3.0 is a geospatial-intelligence software product that features image analysis, geospatial production, GIS, remote sensing, targeting, and MASINT tools in a single software application.
BAE Systems product managers and application engineers traveled from their offices to the Mideast war zones to train government field analysts on the company’s SOCET GXP software.
The trip was part of BAE Systems’ formal partnership with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) Deployable Systems (NDS) Program Office and upgrade team.