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DGI 2018 - 22-24 January 2018

Published Date

DGI 2018

22-24 January | London, UK

DGI 2018 has now launched registrations for their event in London and are offering an early-bird rate to attend 2 or all 3 events days.

DGI is the Europe’s best attended and biggest  GEOINT event in Europe that welcomes over 600 senior  geospatial and imagery experts from NATO nations, partner nations and industry.


At DGI 2018 we will have new senior speakers to reflect the changes in the leadership of the key nations, such as Major General Linda R. Urrutia-Varhall, Director of Operations, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency; Chris Symonds, Principal, Royal School of Military Survey, UK MoD; Lt Colonel Damon Taylor, Director, Geospatial Intelligence, New Zealand Defence Forces and Bret Rogers, Branch Head, Geospatial Analysis, Marine Corps Intelligence Activity, US Marine Corps.


To mark the 15-year anniversary of the event, DGI 2018 have chosen the new venue at Royal Lancaster Hotel London. It has one floor that allows for better interactivity, intimacy and privacy and offers a great hotel-quality customer service


DGI 2018 have also designed a New Focus Day on Jan 22 as well as new themes for the Main Day 1 and Main Day 2 of the event:


Jan 22 – Future of Geospatial Data where DGI 2018 will address Creating Single Intelligence Environment and Exploiting Open Sources, and will have 2 tracks on Future of Sourcing and Future of Analysis

Main Day 1 (Jan 23): Dedicated to Extracting New Insights from Your Geospatial Data and addressing Leveraging Cognitive Analytics and will find out how in the next 3 years NGA will automate 75% of analysis! There will also be designed separate tracks on GIS Modernisation, Defence Commercial Partnerships and Imagery Collection Innovation

Main Day 2 (Jan 24): Geospatial Intelligence in Operations and Threats to Regional Security

  • Track A - GeoInt support to Regional Conflicts
  • Track B - Interoperability and Inter-Agency Cooperation
  • Track C – Humanitarian and Disaster Relief
  • Track D - National Resilience

For full DGI 2018 Programme see here: AGENDA

Price to attend: Academics: £699+VAT | Military/Government: £1699+VAT / £1799+VAT (after 16th December)

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