GEOINT covers all aspects of image processing, including measurements and signature data obtained with the help of other types of intelligence activities and cartographic and geodetic information. It allows you to describe, evaluate and visually display the received information about human activity in a particular space, ranging from data in a range of different types of radiation to data tied to a geographical location, for example, social network data.
Scalar specialists analyze data collected from stationary and moving targets using various active and passive sensor programs (including IR, MWIR, SWIR TIR, Spectral, MSI, and others) and non-technical means, for example, information received by personnel. GEOINT data can be obtained using commercial satellites, aircraft, maps, commercial databases, population census information, GPS waypoints, communication system layouts, or other individual data.
GEOINT is a fast-growing field of activity. Scalar specialists are constantly developing their activities to meet the growing demands for analysis in connection with the geographical binding of demographic, political, and ethnic data to create a stable and secure world.