SAN DIEGO, California — The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) awarded BAE Systems the iSToRE XP contract to provide advanced data management capabilities in support of National System for Geospatial-Intelligence (NSG) sites and users. The software solution is built on BAE Systems’ commercial product, GXP Xplorer, which enables analysts to easily access their local data and connect to remote geospatial data stores and libraries.
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BAE Systems to provide advanced data management capabilities to the national geospatial-intelligence agency
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.
“In talking with the analysts and their leadership, it’s clear that looking for historical data is taking up to 50 percent of their time or more, which is too time-intensive, so the Army’s looking to solve that problem by adding GXP Xplorer.”
SAN DIEGO, California — The U.S. Army has procured BAE Systems’ commercial data management software, GXP Xplorer, to reduce the efforts required to rapidly search for and retrieve geospatial data from various legacy repositories.
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…
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.
GXP Xplorer is a new BAE Systems software product that makes it easy to retrieve and use geospatial data on a local network. The application is ideal for users in workgroups who are searching for images, terrain, features, videos, documents, and other files.