Agenda

Time Event
8:00a
Allder Golf Classic (8:00a - 3:30p, TPC Tampa Bay)

Buses Leave at 0630 from the Marriott

TPC Tampa Bay was Recently Rated #13 Best Public Golf Facility by “GolfWorld Magazine” Reader’s Choice Poll.

When architect Bobby Weed first surveyed the property for the design of TPC Tampa Bay, he chose a horse to be his all terrain vehicle across wetlands and open flats of native grasses. After moving hundreds of thousands of yards of dirt and adding 17 years of maturity for the native cypress, oaks and pines surrounding the wetlands and bunkers, TPC Tampa Bay has evolved into one of the most beautiful and exciting courses in Florida.

Since being built in 1991, the facility has earned numerous accolades, including a four and a half star rating in Golf Digest’s Places to Play. It has annually been voted the top golf course in the Tampa Tribune’s Readers Choice Awards and has also been named the top golf facility in West Central Florida and one of the top five in the State by the readers of Florida Golf Magazine.

9:00a
GEOINT Foreword — Welcome: Dr. Darryl Murdock, VP of Professional Development, USGIF (9:00a - 9:30a, Grand Ballroom E/F)
9:30a
Master of Ceremonies — The Honorable Jeffrey K. Harris (9:30a - 9:45a, Grand Ballroom E/F)

Mr. Harris is CEO & President or JKH Consulting. He is also a member of the USGIF Board of Directors. He has contributed to US national security in both Government and Industry for 35 years where he has fostered new technologies, programs and capabilities that have contributed significantly to U.S. national security capabilities. He is an Aerospace, Defense and Intelligence Community consultant.

9:45a
GEOINT Foreword: Human Geography Beyond Big Data — Dave Snowden, Founder and Chief Scientific Officer, Cognitive Edge (9:45a - 11:00a, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel - Ballroom E/F)
11:00a
GEOINT Foreword — Lightning Talks & Lunch (11:00a - 12:30p, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel - Ballroom E/F)

These fast-paced presentations are sure to excite. Nine presenters will expose attendees to a wide range of standards-based and emerging-technology-focused topics.

  • “Scalable Computational Framework for Satellite Image Driven Mapping and Monitoring of Critical Infrastructure” by Dr. Harini Sridharan, Oak Ridge National Lab
  • “Crowdsourcing Imagery Tagging to Detect Coastal Change After Extreme Storms” by Dr. Sophia Liu, US Geological Survey
  • “What does a world-class car race have to do with GEOINT?” by Janae Lee, Quantum
  • “Large-Scale Human Geography from Crowdsourced Multimedia” by Dr. Matt Turek, Assistant Director of Computer Vision, Kitware
  • “Small Satellite and Associated TPED” by Rob Zitz, SVP & Strategic Account Executive, Intelligence & Homeland Security
  • “Advancements in visualization of remotely sensed 3D data” by Matt Bethel, Director of Technology, Merrick
  • “Water Column Visualization Using LiDAR Bathymetric Waveforms” by Dr. Joong Yong Park, Data Processing Systems Manager, Optech
  • “Maritime GEOINT to Support Arctic Safe Navigation, National Security and Commerce” by Pete Doucette, Integrity Applications

The pre-symposium GEOINT Foreword sessions require an additional registration package. You can add the pre-symposium GEOINT Foreword to your registration during the online registration process.

12:30p
GEOINT Foreword — Lighting the Path to Improved Interoperability (12:30p - 1:45p, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel, Salon A/B)
  • Moderators: Peter Pflugrath, Vice President, American Systems; and Teri Dempsey, Director Geospatial Systems, TASC
  • Thomas Diepenbrock, Principal Consultant, MarkLogic
  • David Graham, Senior Technical Fellow, CAE
  • John Teufert, Geo-Officer, NATO Communications & Information Agency
  • Sam Torrey, Technology Liaison, Urban Robotics
  • LTC Chris Quaid, NRO
GEOINT Foreword — Chaos Management in a Disconnected World (12:30p - 1:45p, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel - Salon C/D)
  • Moderator: COL Steve Fleming, Academy Professor, USMA
  • Dr. Shay Har-Noy, Director of Product Development, DigitalGlobe
  • Eric Kutner, Advisor, Emergency Response Design Group
  • Chris Mayfield, GIS Imagineer, NORTHCOM
  • LTC Chris Oxendine, Assistant Professor, U.S. Military Academy
  • Dr. Ben Tuttle, GIAT Mobile Apps Team Lead, InnoVision, NGA
GEOINT Foreword — Defining Human Geography (12:30p - 1:45p, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel - Salon I/J)
  • Julia Bowers, Chief Operating Officer, Spatial Networks
  • Brent Britton, University of South Florida
  • Morgan Flom, Senior Analyst & Product Owner, HumanGeo
  • Jim Hill, Technical Director, Geospatial Intelligence Division, Marine Corps Intelligence Activity
  • Dr. Doug Way, Geospatial Intelligence Division, MDA Information Systems
  • Mike Taylor, Courage Services Inc.
GEOINT Foreword — GEOINT WirelessEdge: IC/DoD meets IoT (12:30p - 1:45p, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel - Salon G/H)
  • Moderator: David Waldrup, Strategic Advisor, TASC
  • Michele Weslander-Quaid, CTO & Innovation Evangelist, Google
  • Andrew Benhase, Principal Architect, Cisco Systems
  • Tony Davis, PEO C4, USSOCOM
  • Anthony Quartararo, CEO, Spatial Networks
1:45p
GEOINT Foreword — Networking Break (1:45p - 2:15p, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel)
2:15p
GEOINT Foreword — Enabling SOF Operators to Influence the Human Domain (2:15p - 3:30p, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel - Salon A/B)
  • COL (Ret.) Greg Wilson, Senior Fellow, CORE Lab, Naval Postgraduate School
  • Patrick Dudas, CORE Lab Research Associate and Social Media Exploitations SME
  • MAJ Seth Lucente, Office of the J2, U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM)
  • Mike Stevens, CORE Lab Research Associate and CORE SEE Research Project
GEOINT Foreword — Optimizing Big Data & Data Management Systems for Chaos Management (2:15p - 3:30p, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel - Salon C/D)
  • Moderator: COL Steve Fleming, Academy Professor, U.S. Military Academy
  • Dr. Robert Austin, Enterprise Applications Integration Manager, City of Tampa
  • Dr. Stephanie Detrick, MAS-GIS Program Director, Arizona State University
  • LTC (Ret.) Dave Foster, Geospatial Fusion Center, G3/5/7 Engineers, U.S. Army North
  • Dr. Tommy Jordan, Associated Director, Center for Geospatial Research, University of Georgia
GEOINT Foreword — Advancing Human Geography: Collaboration, Interoperability & Standards (2:15p - 3:30p, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel - Salon I/J)
  • Moderator: Justin Sherin, Principal, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Brian Hagan, Director, Office of Geography, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
  • Dr. Lee Schwartz, Director, Office of the Geographer and Global Issues, U.S. Department of State
  • Mike Williams, Chief & SIO, Human Environment Branch, Joint Intelligence Center, U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM)
GEOINT Foreword — SmallSat Remote Sensing Innovations (2:15p - 3:30p, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel - Salon G/H)
  • Moderator: Rob Zitz, Senior Vice President and Strategic Account Executive, Intelligence & Homeland Security, Leidos
  • Discussant: Jeffrey “Skunk” Baxter
  • Anne Miglarese, President & CEO, PlanetIQ
  • Andrew Quintero, Principal Director, Aerospace
  • Robbie Schingler, Co-Founder, Planet Labs
  • Dr. Chris Tucker, Principal, Yale House Ventures
  • Dr. James Wertz, President, Microcosm
3:30p
GEOINT Foreword — Networking Break (3:30p - 4:00p, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel)
4:00p
GEOINT Foreword — SenseMaker Session Results (4:00p - 4:30p, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel, Ballroom E/F)
4:30p
GEOINT Foreword — Unifying the GEOINT Research Community (4:30p - 5:00p, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel - Ballroom E/F)

This session will feature the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and cover the disparate work in GEOINT R&D/S&T across the NSG.

  • Becky Aiken, Research and Development Executive, InnoVision, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)

The pre-symposium GEOINT Foreword sessions require an additional registration package. You can add the pre-symposium GEOINT Foreword to your registration during the online registration process.

5:00p
GEOINT Foreword — Mr. Douglas P. McGovern, Director, InnoVision, NGA (5:00p - 5:30p, Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel - Ballroom E/F)
7:00p
GEOINT 2013* Welcome Reception: 10 Years of GEOINT Symposia — Casual Attire Recommended (7:00p - 10:00p, Tampa Convention Center Riverwalk Plaza)

Join your colleagues at the GEOINT Symposium Welcome Reception on Monday evening.