The Future of GEOINT for Defence and Intelligence in Asia
National security agencies in Asia are being forced to undertake increasingly complex missions involving rapid response, maritime border security and international cooperation. In order to fulfill this aim, national security organisations are increasingly seeking to establish their own geospatial information (GIS) infrastructure. To learn more, this article takes a look at the reasons why GEOINT is taking off in Southeast Asia, the remaining challenges in its adoption and how the technology will transform national security operations over the next five years.
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