Intermap Technologies, Inc. | February 13, 2023
Intermap Technologies (Intermap), a leading 3D geospatial products and intelligence solutions provider, recently announced that it has been chosen by the United States Department of Defense to advance to the next stage of a competitive process to showcase advanced technology for Geospatial Temporal Incident Data. Intermap was invited to showcase its newest artificial intelligence processing technology and illustrate how it can help the U.S. government with actionable, geo-precise data for planning processes and situational awareness after its prior proposal was vetted and assessed.
Human-caused events (population disturbances, crime, riots and protests, and cybersecurity advancements) and natural hazard occurrences are included in Geospatial Temporal Incident Data. At the Thunderstorm 23-1 event in April 2023, Intermap will exhibit its capabilities and demonstrate its advanced technology to the Department of Defense.
Intermap's digital tool combines machine learning, artificial intelligence algorithms, natural language processing, proprietary, multi-sensor-derived terrain, global-scale, object, and feature catalogs, and open-source global data to track, identify, display, and notify interested parties of current international events, threats, and natural disasters.
Its technology using ML/AI/NLP processing, analyses and precisely geolocates the danger level, categorizes each occurrence, calculates its footprint, and marks it on a map to enable actionable visualization for possible threats in a given region of interest. The generated information improves situational awareness and aids planning procedures by fusing, analyzing, and visualizing events and trends to present the U.S. Army with an enhanced common operation picture (COP).
About Intermap Technologies, Inc.
Intermap Technologies, founded in 1997, is a global pioneer in geospatial intelligence solutions, specializing in the generation and analysis of 3D terrain data to create high-resolution thematic models. The Company provides broad, complementary, multi-source datasets to clients through scientific analysis of geospatial information, processing technologies and proprietary sensors, allowing them to incorporate geospatial intelligence into their workflows effortlessly. Through machine learning and artificial intelligence, Intermap's 3D elevation data and software analytic capabilities enable worldwide geospatial analysis, providing companies with crucial information to understand their terrain environment.
Inmarsat Government | March 16, 2023
On March 15, 2023, Inmarsat Government, one of the most advanced global mobile satellite communication service providers, announced that its GX LITE land user terminal has won the 2023 Satellite Mobile Innovation Award from the Mobile Satellite User Association (MSUA). The terminal won the Government Mobile Innovation category, marking the seventh time in the past eight years that Inmarsat has been awarded this annual award.
The new GX LITE terminal offers reliable and safe broadband connectivity for tactical military and non-military users globally. The terminal is provided through Inmarsat's Global Xpress (GX) Ka-band network. Built for land users with 'grab and go' applications, the terminal's global access, portability, and secure operations come at an affordable price.
GX LITE was developed with Get SAT, Inmarsat Government's value-added manufacturing partner. Get SAT innovates lightweight satellite communication for airborne, ground and maritime applications. The terminal is simple to install and operate, requiring no user configuration to establish a network connection anywhere. In addition, it has a front-panel interface and a Wi-Fi capability that the user can enable or disable.
GX LITE utilizes efficient, flat-panel antenna technologies and supports Committed Information Rate (CIR) and unique Maximum Information Rate (MIR) users globally. It is lightweight (21.4 lbs.), thin (16.6" W, 11.5" L and 3.3" D) and effortlessly transportable with a carrying case that fits in the overhead compartment of a commercial aircraft. In addition, the terminal has low power consumption and can operate for up to three hours on batteries alone.
About Inmarsat Government
Inmarsat Government is one of the leading mission-critical telecommunications service provider, offers reliable, secure and affordable connectivity to the U.S. intelligence, defense, public safety, homeland security, and civilian agencies. The company was established in 1979 and is implementing solutions considering government users' needs. It offers flexible capabilities to complement government satellite resources anywhere, anytime. Utilizing an industry-leading scalable multiband network infrastructure, Inmarsat Government provides managed network services and end-to-end communication solutions to help users on land, at sea and in the air, even in the world's most remote regions.
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Accela | December 30, 2022
Government operations solutions provider, Accela recently announced that Butte County has engaged it to help with cloud migration and digital transformation of critical community services. The migration will enable Butte County to optimize data connectivity and information across various county functions, resulting in a better resident and staff experience.
Butte County's primary goal is to speed up the process building permit applications to expedite recovery efforts following the Camp Fire, which destroyed over 18,000 structures and caused more than $16.5 billion in damages in Butte County. Accela's solutions shorten permit processing times, automate end-to-end tracking and management, and provide complete transparency to agency staff and residents. With Accela's cloud-based solutions, the county can assist residents in rebuilding their lives very quickly.
"The county needed partnership and proven software that would help them recover and rebuild, fast. Accela's cloud permitting and licensing solutions uniquely help growing communities with automations and workflows that speed process times and help residents and businesses quickly navigate the permitting process.” Dennis Michalis, chief revenue officer at Accela.
Governments and government agencies across the globe use Accelaunified suite of cloud solutions to advance digital transformation, deliver critical services, and strengthen communities. Accela's government software solutions benefit over 275 million citizens worldwide. Accela’s purpose-built platforms offer a consumer-like experience, share data across departments, and ensure world-class security.