Christopher Worley, vice president of DoD Earth Intelligence Programs for Maxar, was featured in a recent Executive Spotlight interview published Friday. He talked about the company’s recent award from the National Reconnaissance Office and other growth initiatives related to working with the U.S. defense and intelligence communities. The Q&A also tackled Maxar’s suite of technologies that offer actionable insights and the company core values.
Here’s an excerpt from the interview with Worley:
“One of the largest efforts my team is working on right now is supporting synthetic training environments through the U.S. Army’s One World Terrain program, and expanding this 3D capability from training to mission planning and operations.
However, that’s just the beginning of the virtual training landscape for the U.S. military. With regard to the Air Force, we share their vision in Distributed Mission Operations and believe we can provide force-multiplying value supporting virtual flight simulations through a common 3D image and mapping layer across the service and globally across any training range, real or virtual.”
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