The Potomac Officers Club James Griffith to 2017 GEOINT Forum Panel

TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 12, 2017 – The Potomac Officers Club — a division of Executive Mosaic — has added James Griffith to the 2017 GEOINT Forum panel.

The widespread interest and innovative applications of technologies such as augmented and virtual reality, artificial intelligence and Internet of Things is affecting large swaths of industry, and GEOINT is no exception. Join the Potomac Officers Club for the 2017 GEOINT Forum to hear exactly how these technological innovations will impact the future of GEOINT.

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“The Potomac Officers Club is looking forward to hosting the 2017 GEOINT Forum,” said Jim Garrettson, President and CEO of Executive Mosaic. “Due to the considerable focus the public and private sectors have placed on the use of geospatial intelligence, this is an especially timely event. I am confident that our distinguished speakers will provide key insights into what innovations we can expect in the field of GEOINT and how these new technologies can be implemented most efficiently.”

The Forum will be held on Wednesday, July 26th at 2941 Restaurant at 2941 Fairview Park Drive, Falls Church, VA 22042.

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Confirmed Speakers:

Dr. Anthony Vinci, Director of Plans and Programs of National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) (KEYNOTE)



Curtis Rowland, Chief Scientist, National Air and Space Intelligence Center of U.S. Air Force



David Bray, Chief Ventures Officer and Director, Office of Ventures of National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)



James Griffith, Director, MASINT, GEOINT and Special Programs, OUSDI of U.S. Department of Defense




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Sara McGraw
(703) 226-7005
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