Geo Huntsville Overview – Dale Jobes

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Mayor Battle Launches GEO Huntsville
- June 18, 2012
What is Geospatial
 Data with a spatial characteristic
 Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
 Mapping
 Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR)
 Topography
 Satellite Imagery
 Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
 Modeling and Simulation with a spatial component
 Computer Aided Design (CAD) with a spatial component
 Land Surveying
 Aerial Photography
GEO Huntsville Objectives
Economic Development and Job Growth through…
1. Networking – Providing a venue for collaboration
2. Opportunities – Providing the RFPs, RFQs available
3. Marketing – Raising the Flag
4. Education/Awareness – Increasing the Community’s
knowledge
All in a Collaborative manner involving government, businesses, and
academia
NOME is a common thread across Cyber, Energy, and GEO
50+ Huntsville Businesses in Geo
3-GIS
A Visual Edge
AEgis
Aerometric
AMEC Environmental
AMTEC
Andes GeoConsulting
Applied Data Trends (ADT)
Autodesk
Baron Services
Bentley Systems
Boeing
Botts Innovative Research
Brandt, Arant, Boult, Cummings, LLC
CALIBRE
LiDAR USA
The Atlantic Group
Geocent
SMDC
Top of Alabama Regional COGs
NGA/MSIC
Oak Ridge
AMC HQ
UAHuntsville
Camber
Compass
Directions Magazine
EnVention LLC
G Squared
GeoCue
Geographix
Goodwyn|Mills|Cawood
GTI
i3
Intergraph Services
Intergraph Government Solutions
Intergraph (SG&I Division)
Kaya Associates
Keet Consulting
QCoherent
Solid Earth
Transvoyant
Government
U.S. Army Garrison
Huntsville Utilities
AMRDEC
USACE HNC
Decatur Water
Academia
Alabama A&M
Magnolia River
Mylivemap
Nexus Energy Center
Northrop Grumman
Pictometry
PLUS Location Systems
QinetiQ
Q-Track
Radiance Technologies
Rolta
SAIC
Sellers Photo
Spatial Net
Synapse Wireless
TASC
Telcordia/Ericsson
Cartagram
TriVector
TVA
City of Huntsville
NASA MSFC
MDA HQ
NSSTC
Univ. North Alabama
Geospatial … Now Part of the Chamber
Technology Committee
 Cyber Security
 Electronic Communications
 Innovative Energy Applications
 Modeling & Simulation
 Robotics/Interoperable Systems
 Small Satellites
 Geospatial
GEO Huntsville Conference
November 8-9
Davidson Center for Space Exploration
Speakers to date:
 Mayor Tommy Battle, Huntsville
 Joe Ritch, Sirote & Permutt, Chairman,
Tennessee Valley BRAC Committee
 Steve Hill, CEO, AEgis Technologies
 Marc Bendickson, CEO, Dynetics
 John Gulley, VP, SAIC and Chairman,
Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of
Commerce Technology Committee
 Dr. John Horack, VP, Space Systems, Teledyne
Brown, formerly VP of Research, Univ. Alabama
Huntsville.
Invited but not confirmed:
 Dr. Myra Gray, Deputy Chief of Staff, G3/5, US
Army Materiel Command
 Maj. Gen. (ret) Barbara Fast, formerly
Director, Intelligence, Joint Task Force, Iraq
 Ms. Sandra Broadnax, NGA, Director, Small
Business Programs Office
Relationship to Energy Huntsville &
Cyber Huntsville
 Mayor Battle’s Joint Initiatives – Cyber, Energy, GEO
 Energy
 Form liaison with Energy Huntsville on U.S. Army Corp contract
 Building Information Models
 Infrastructure/Utility Mapping
 Smart grid
 Sensor Networks
 Cyber
 Location Intelligence of cyber crime, cyber warfare
 Protect utility infrastructure
 Emergency response of terrorist or natural disaster
 Fraud detection
Thermal - 2009
Thermal - 2006
Ortho - 2012
Thank you
Joe Francica
www.GEOHuntsville.com
[email protected]
[email protected]
256-509-3661

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