10. Discover GEOINT Trends
From defense and intelligence to oil/gas and public safety, the GEOINT Community spans many different areas of focus. Expand your knowledge and learn about the diverse applications of GEOINT via training, keynotes, panels, and exhibits.
From morning and afternoon coffee breaks to nightly receptions, there are many opportunities to expand your network and connect with GEOINT Community colleagues.
8. Get a Jump-Start on Universal GEOINT Certification
Each exam developed as part of USGIF’s Universal GEOINT Credentialing Program (scheduled to launch in the fall) will require beta testers. Beta versions of the GIS and Analysis and Remote Sensing and Analysis exams will be administered at GEOINT 2015. Qualified symposium attendees will have the opportunity to take one or both of these exams for free.
7. Have Fun
Participate in a charity golf tournament, take part in the GEOINT 2015 opening celebration at the Carnegie Library, bring the kids along for family day and participate in an educational scavenger hunt, or enjoy a Washington Nationals baseball game. The GEOINT Symposium is not only an educational conference but also an opportunity to make memories with colleagues.
6. Do Business in a Relaxed Forum
Whether you’re in the exhibit hall or at one of the many networking receptions, the GEOINT Symposium is an excellent setting to do business and meet current and potential clients.
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