The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and GEOHuntsville are co-sponsoring the first-ever Geospatial Advantage Conference. With the theme “Why Where Matters,” this conference is an opportunity for government agencies non-profit organizations, academia and industry to engage in discussions on partnerships, innovative technologies, and the growing geospatial ecosystem in Huntsville.
NGA’s Deputy Director Tonya Wilkerson will provide the opening keynote at the conference. Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle will deliver closing remarks.
The event will be hosted by Intelligence National Security Alliance (INSA) President, Suzanne Heckenberg.
Discussions will revolve around:
- Leveraging commercial data and imagery
- The future of artificial intelligence
- Geospatial learning inside and outside the classroom
- Fostering a geospatial ecosystem
Students, academics, government and industry are all invited to join the conversation during this one-day, in-person event at the Jackson Center on Nov. 29, 2022, 8:30 am – 2:40 pm CT, with a networking social and student career fair immediately to follow.
Event link and registration can be found here.
$50 per attendee, includes lunch and networking social
$10 for student attendee
$0 students to attend the career fair ($10 for students to attend conference sessions)
$0 for speakers and support staff
No parking fee.