GEOINT 2024 Symposium

GEOINT 2024 Symposium

May 5-8, 2024 | Kissimmee, FL
Gaylord Palms Resort and Conference Center

We’re excited to exhibit at the GEOINT 2024 Symposium in Kissimmee, FL & showcase Fraym’s foundational human geography data.

Schedule a meeting or stop by booth #1430 to see how our novel capability supports the national security community with robust, hyperlocal human geography data for nearly any country in the world. We will demonstrate impactful applications such as:

  • Measuring ‘Will to Resist’ in Ukraine and Taiwan
  • Mapping Perceptions of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)
  • Mapping Migration Drivers in Guatemala and Honduras

Schedule A Demo:

    GEOINT 2024 Lightning Talk

    Rob Galvin at GEOINT

    Decision Advantage of Mapping Humanity Trends

    Date: Tuesday, May 7 • 2:25 PM

    Location: Exhibit Hall Area 2219

    Tracks: Innovation Hub

    GEOINT 2024 Floorplan

    2023 Special Operations Forces Week (SOF Week) 

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    SOF Week 2023

    Meet Us At GEOINT 2024

    Fraym at SOF Week 2023
    Contact Rob Galvin ([email protected]) for more information.

    About GEOINT 2024:

    GEOINT 2024 Symposium is the largest GEOINT event in the country, organized by The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF). The symposium has an average attendance of over 4,000 professionals each year from the government, military, industry, and academia. This year’s Symposium theme, GEOINT 2024: Essential in All Dimensions and Domains, reflects the evolution of the GEOINT discipline over the two decades since the first such gathering of our community in 2003, as well as the broad scope of sub-disciplines that GEOINT encompasses.

    Highlights of this event include:

    • Engaging Lighting Talks
    • An expansive exhibition hall
    • Training Sessions

    Looking for the GEOINT 2024 Symposium website? CLICK HERE

    Gaylord Palms Resort and Conference Center

    Directions: 6000 W Osceola Pkwy, Kissimmee, FL 34746 – Click Here

    Relevant Analysis:

    Using Machine Learning to Map Migration Drivers (StoryMap)

    Created using Arc StoryMaps, click here to view natively

    Make Decisions With Confidence

    To learn more contact Rob Galvin
    Request a Demo