Militaries rely on geospatial awareness for virtually every aspect of operations. From mission command to intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) to training area management and mission support; geospatial information plays a strategic role. Esri provides geospatial solutions to meet the needs of armed forces. With Esri technology, you can quickly visualize information, perform analysis, and make better and faster decisions.
Colonel Ed Riehle, former US Army Training and Doctrine Command's Capability Manager for Sensor Processing
Ben Conklin, Esri lead for defense solutions talks to Geospatial Intelligence Forum magazine about ArcGIS for Defense. It includes free packaged templates and standardized workflows customized for military use.
The U.S. Marine Corps uses ROOK for disconnected field operations. Publicly available geospatial data and maps can be preloaded before deployment. This means Marines are not forced to rely on classified government systems that may have limited resources and cumbersome administrative procedures.
Esri has provided a set of customized templates to the US Army for its Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A). These easy-to-use templates come with maps, analytic capabilities, and visualization tools, as well as the capability to create other geospatial products.
A recent survey by Worldwide Business Research determined that nearly 90 percent of all government and military agencies in Europe and the Americas use Esri’s ArcGIS as their primary geographic information system (GIS).
US Army and Esri staff demonstrate the various ArcGIS tools available for military land operations.
Esri staff present GIS capabilities for naval commanders to use in operational mission areas.
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