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.
Be sure to take advantage of discounted rates by reserving a room at the conference hotel, Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines, no later than Sunday, April 4, 2010. There is no charge to reserve a room. You may cancel your reservation without penalty up to 48 hours prior to check-in.
2010 GXP User Conference program now available online — Early-bird registration price of $695 extended until March 26!
The conference is an opportunity to learn more about SOCET GXP® and SOCET SET® software through product demonstrations, hands-on workshops, and SOCET GXP Boot Camp, a one-day orientation for novice users or individuals interested in SOCET GXP eXtreme Analysis functionality.
The SOCET GXP Video Analysis tool complements BAE Systems’ UAS global offering — a full-service solution integrating the air vehicle system, mission control system, and controlled infrastructure, focused on reducing cost and operator risk.
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.
SOCET GXP v3.1 continues focusing on full integration of image analysis and geospatial analysis in one versatile product. Core functionality has been refined to improve the overall user experience and boost production. New high-performance image-analysis and geospatial production features are more efficient and intuitive.
‘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.
‘Shaping Tomorrow’s Leaders: A Legacy of Geographic Training at West Point’ as featured in October 2009 issue of Geoworld
The West Point campus, located on a plateau high above the Hudson River, is a natural training ground for students who elect to study GIS, which requires gathering, measuring, and documenting features that characterize the physical environment as well as storing the information in databases for future reference.
Full motion video and video analysis were two hot topics at this week’s GEOINT Symposium. Streaming video gives analysts and ground forces a current and realistic view of the operational environment.
Multiple new hyperspectral and multispectral algorithm plug-ins for SOCET GXP® debut in the forthcoming release.Users can employ the algorithms to detect camouflage, or other hard-to-identify objects in imagery. The new plug-ins provide a convenient option for SOCET GXP users, who would otherwise have to employ specialized applications to complete these image processing tasks.