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Nothing less than mission success

Providing geospatial intelligence in support of defense and intelligence operations means more than imagery. It's understanding the complexity of the strategic and tactical challenges encountered daily. Solving global and regional challenges demands innovative geospatial solutions — so you get actionable intelligence in line with mission requirements. Our team has deep expertise in delivering the highest quality, secure GEOINT on time, on target, and within budget.

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Situational monitoring for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance

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When it comes to areas of conflict, the more information you have at your disposal the better.

Even with all of the data-gathering techniques employed by intelligence agencies, information gaps persist.

Satellite imagery in conjunction with other intelligence sources can provide a more well-rounded and clearer picture of what is happening around you.

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Transparency for evolving global security

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Changing landscapes define our modern era.

Global insecurity and international politics have heightened the need to be informed about activities happening around the world.

Satellite imagery and analysis can provide you with timely access to information so you can understand evolving situations that may have an impact in your area of responsibility.

The image on the right shows the devastation after the Sana'a Airport attack in Yemen on March 27, 2015.

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Enhanced monitoring techniques for enforcing border controls

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Border monitoring is essential for maintaining national security.

An insecure border can open a country to terrorism, drug trafficking, weapons proliferation, smuggling, and illegal immigration.

The image shows Turkish 155 mm T-155 Firtina self-propelled howitzers stationed one kilometer from the Syrian border.

Using consistent monitoring along with historical imagery allows you to observe changes in the terrain that may indicate when illegal passage is happening.

The image shows Syrian refugees at the Turkish border fleeing ISIS.