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Intelligence Analytics Summit: What You Need to Know Now


The Intelligence Analytics Summit takes place May 22-24 in Washington, D.C., where decision makers in the Intelligence community will learn to efficiently analyze and assess data and generate actionable intelligence in real time.



Defense Intelligence Agency and Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology and Logistics) to Speak on Intelligence Analytics
 

 
Intelligence Analytics Summit
May 22-24 l Washington, D.C.
www.IntelligenceAnalyticsSummit.com

Official Agenda Release

 



View the Rest of the Intelligence Leaders Here

Intelligence is the central part of maintaining National Security and resiliency. It’s crucial for decision makers in the Intelligence community to efficiently analyze and assess data and generate actionable intelligence in real time.

The ability to streamline data from various sources, amongst several agencies, under critical time pressures are the reason why advancements in predictive and real-time analytics, modernizing infrastructure as well as strengthening of storage capacities and bandwidths capacities, has come to the forefront of the intelligence communities, and is why Intelligence Analytics  Summit is the must attend summit of spring.




Other Expert Speaker Faculty:

  • Patricia F.S. Cogswell, Assistant Director, Office of Intelligence (HSI-Intel) U.S. Department of Homeland Security
     
  • Gregory Radabaugh SES, Director of Joint Operations, Warfare Center, U.S. Air Force
     
  • Donald Freese, Deputy Assistant Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Information and Technology Branch)
     
  • Colonel Kristofer Gifford, Chief Multi-Domain, Ops Division, U.S. Air Force

Important Intelligence Sessions Include:

  • Acquiring Innovative Software Applications and Technology to Deliver Overmatch Capabilities to the Department of Defense Decision Making Through the Creation and Analysis of Actionable Intelligence
     
  • Outside Perspective of IoT (Internet of Things) to Enhance Operational Support
     
  • U.S. Department of Defense’s and the Importance of Intelligence to Aid Decision Making Advantage
     
  • Program Updates to the DCGS and Integrating Systems Across All Platforms
     
  • Army’s Intelligence Perspective Strengthening Intelligence Capabilities Through the Creation and Analysis of Actionable Intelligence

Registration Information: Register by March 24th and save $300 off the standard Pricing.
 
 
P.S.   Download the U.S. ISR & C2 Battle Management Survey 2016: Results to find out how the U.S. Intelligence Community, from government and military employees to commercial solution-providers feels about current acquisition policies, public-private relationships and the latest technology trends.


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