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Geospatial Intelligence and the Lay of the Land
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When: 7/27/2012
10:15 AM
Where: International Spy Museum

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How can you plan humanitarian assistance projects, disaster relief, or pinpoint an enemy—perhaps in Abbottabad—from great distances with as few surprises as possible? Geospatial intelligence. GEOINT is the combined use of imagery, imagery intelligence, and geospatial information to give the clearest possible picture of an area - including its "human terrain” - before boots hit the ground. Keith J. Masback, President of the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation, will explain the basics of this relatively new category of intel and he will discuss the general techniques that could be used in varying missions, from responding to natural and man-made disasters, to watching suspected nuclear sites, to tracking down high value targets like Osama bin Laden.

In collaboration with the Smithsonian Resident Associate Program.

Tickets: $90 (must be purchased through the Smithsonian)
Members of The Inner Circle and Smithsonian Resident Members: $60
Smithsonian Resident Senior Members: $54

To register: (via phone) 202.633.3030; (online) Internet Quick Tix code for the program: 1M2-627. Inner Circle Members should identify themselves and give the PROMO code: 188274

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