ARLINGTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CACI International Inc (NYSE: CACI) will address the challenges of developing and sharing actionable intelligence at GEOINT 2018, hosted by the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation at the Tampa Convention Center in Tampa, FL, from April 22-25. The company will demonstrate solutions it has delivered in the field of deep learning – a subset of artificial intelligence – as well as several visualization and analytics applications that enable activity-based intelligence and intelligence fusion. CACI will also demonstrate Mobile Awareness GEOINT Environment (MAGE), a proven mobile solution that provides situational awareness and supports team-sourced data collection in the field, even in low-bandwidth or disconnected environments.
On April 23, CACI’s Director of Artificial Intelligence, Jasen Halmes, will present: “A Novel Deep Learning Approach for Rapid Labeling of Sparse Objects in Full Motion Video,” a Lightning Talk that exemplifies how the company is making best use of human-machine teaming to solve particularly complex intelligence problems.
Visit CACI at booth 1029 to meet our subject matter experts and view these demonstrations. CACI’s GEOINT Academy representatives will also discuss new services and modules for the mobile classroom environment. The Academy specializes in realistic, scenario-based training for analysts and acts as a testbed for developments in GEOINT technology.
For more information on CACI’s GEOINT participation, visit www.caci.com/GEOINT2018.
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