Book a face-to-face meeting to see our interconnected intelligence in action
During GEOINT 2023, Janes will be demonstrating Janes Intara, our unique data model that can be accessed via a system of your choice. Janes Intara links millions of assured data points to create a framework of interconnected intelligence across military
capabilities and orders of battle, equipment, events and defense markets. Janes Intara enables you to integrate your own data, third party data and Janes open-source intelligence into a system of your choice, for example Esri’s ArcGIS. By creating
a single intelligence environment, data can be viewed geospatially to enhance situational awareness and reveal previously hidden connections.
Lightening talk & GEOINT Symposium Training and Education Sessions
This year Janes has been selected out of 200 submissions to do a Lightening Talk titled “Tracking and Mapping Geoeconomic Influence and Threat Intelligence" scheduled for Monday, May 22, 12:55 - 1:00 p.m. CT.
Janes has also been selected to do training session entitled “Imagery Analysis: The Fundamentals of Photo-Map Comparison” scheduled for Wednesday, May 24th at 7:30 AM CT.
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Book a meeting with us at GEOINT 2023 via the meeting scheduler below
We are at booth: 529
Demonstrations on the booth
How Janes natural language processing capability reveals Taiwan airspace disturbances
This demonstration shows how using Janes interconnected foundational intelligence and natural language processing capability, Janes analysts were able to monitor and track the movement of aircraft from the People's Liberation Army over a two-year period.
Janes Intara Inside Naval ISR and Force Protection
This demonstration highlights how Janes Intara, built within the Esri ArcGIS platform, can be integrated into an existing naval system to deliver assured foundational intelligence to support intelligence workflows.
Our US President Sam Gordy was delighted to speak to Trajectory Magazine to discuss Janes role in the advancement of geospatial intelligence and what excites him about the future of GEOINT. Read his interview.
Janes analysis of Maxar Technologies satellite imagery shows the People's Liberation Army Naval Air Force is likely increasing the number of fixed-wing early warning, electronic intelligence (ELINT), and maritime patrol aircraft that can be operated from its Laiyang Air Base in Northeast China. Read more