23-25 January 2017, QEII Centre, London
What is DGI?
DGI is the only large-scale annual meeting in Europe for military, civilian and industry geospatial intelligence leaders. More than 550 geospatial intelligence professionals from 40 nations attend DGI each year to identify trends, network and test the latest services and technology in Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT), Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), Open Source Intelligence (OSINT), Social Media Intelligence (SOCMINT) and CYBINT (Cyber Intelligence).
Providing you with new ways to collect, integrate, manage, analyse and share your geospatial data in an increasingly complex security environment, DGI is the must-attend event in Europe for everyone involved in geospatial intelligence for public safety and national and global security.
Monday 23rd – 15.30
Operational Applications Session, covering cultural property protection
1530 Making Open Source Fit for Purpose – Operational Applications
Major Gary Cutler, GI&S Officer, US Army Europe
1550 Fusing Multiple Sources to Map and Protect Cultural Property
Lt Colonel Tim Purbrick, Chairman, MCCP Working Group
1610 Panel Discussion – Collaboration on CPP – Challenges & Opportunities
Moderator: Lt Colonel Tim Purbrick, Chairman, MCCP Working Group
Professor Peter Stone, UNESCO Chair, CPP, Newcastle University
Dr Robert Bewley, Director, Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East & North Africa, University of Oxford
Lt Colonel Stuart Barltrop, Lead, CPP, NATO SHAPE
Jean Smith FRGS, CGeog, Assistant Director Research, DGC, UK MoD
Download the full programme here: DGI_programme