Geo Owl to Partner with CACI on Newly Awarded Contract

April 26, 2021, Other
Geo Owl is proud to announce our continued support of USSOCOM as a vital member of Team CACI’s recent $372.8 million dollar eight year follow-on contract. Geo Owl will continue to provide U.S. SOF with industry-leading Full Spectrum GEOINT Support. "We are honored to have the opportunity to continue supporting USSOCOM's ISR and Geospatial mission.

Geo Intelligence and The New 5G

November 26, 2020, Other

5G is the short form for “fifth-generation mobile network” and is quite unlike any of the previous generations in that it is unlikely to be defined by any single technology. 5G is adding to the size and complexity of the network, and for operators, that means they’ll need to do more to keep things running

GIS In Everyday Life

November 20, 2020, Other

GIS, or geographical information systems, is the backbone for geographical science and all of its related fields. Through the use of highly specialized technology, modern geography is able to gather, analyze, and report on data about positions on Earth’s surface. GIS data can provide important information when it comes to location intelligence, like longitude, latitude,

Cartography And The Rise Of Geospatial Technology Services

October 28, 2020, Other

For centuries, cartography has helped map our ever-changing world. Cartography is the method through which maps are studied, created, and designed. It helps us to understand our place in the world, analyze positional relationships, and reflect on geography’s effect on our daily lives. As technology has evolved over the years, so have our cartographic capabilities,

Geo Intelligence Tradecraft Specialties

October 28, 2020, Other

What Is Geospatial Intelligence? What is Geospatial Intelligence and what trades does it encompass? The term “geospatial intelligence,” also referred to as GEOINT, is the exploitation and analysis of imagery and geospatial information to describe, assess, and visually depict physical features and geographically referenced activities on the Earth. GEOINT consists of imagery, imagery intelligence, and

Building a Career in Geospatial Technology Services

October 9, 2020, Other

We are told early on in education to start thinking about “what we want to be when we grow up.” However, as the years go by we soon realize that the people who were telling us this were right, in the fact that everything you do from highschool on can impact your career. The use

What is Geospatial Technology?

September 30, 2020, Other

What is Geospatial Technology? According to the American Association for the Advancement of Science, geospatial technology is a term used to explain the collection of tools to understand data gathered from all different geographic information systems (GIS) such as social media location tags, mobile devices, and satellite imagery. This data is then displayed on a

Working in Full Motion Video Analysis

September 29, 2020, Military Transition, Other

For many veterans, post-military careers can be challenging and overwhelming at times when finding a decent job after serving seems impossible. Numerous servicemen and women find themselves un- or under-employed the first few years after their transition. Fortunately, military-trained professionals offer a select set of skills, such as full motion video analysis, that most civilians

Joining The Civilian World After Transitioning Out Of The Military

September 25, 2020, Other

If you have recently been discharged from the military or plan to get out in the near future, there is a good chance that you will experience a bit of culture shock when entering back into the real world as a civilian. Transitioning and relocating to a new town can be tough and being able

STEM And The Future Of Geo Intelligence

September 19, 2020, Other

The acronym “STEM” stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. STEM education is defined by the National Science Teaching Association as “an interdisciplinary approach to learning where rigorous academic concepts are coupled with real-world lessons as students apply science, technology, engineering, and mathematics in contexts that make connections between school, community, work, and the global