SAN ANTONIO, June 2, 2017 -- Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) will showcase how ‘value-based’ data services and mission tailored solutions are helping the national security and intelligence community greatly improve mission efficiency and effectiveness next week at the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation's GEOINT 2017 Symposium.

The exposition will be held June 4 – 7 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio. Click here to view the online media kit.

“At Northrop Grumman, we’re changing the paradigm for how our customers collect, process, store, discover and analyze data,” said Linnie Haynesworth, vice president and general manager, cyber and intelligence mission solutions division, Northrop Grumman Mission Systems.  “Our highly data-driven world requires a new approach that computationally assesses ‘data-value,’ one that will drive decisions across the enterprise to improve the speed and confidence of decision-making for the warfighter and improve enterprise cost efficiency.  We’re helping our customers tailor their intelligence to meet mission needs by better understanding the value of their GEOINT.”

At booth # 851, Northrop Grumman will feature it’s geospatial and cyber solutions.  These solutions leverage open source software for cost-effective adaptation - as well as crafting unique new technologies demanded by mission needs - to quickly deploy capabilities for government, military and intelligence agencies.  Demonstrations will offer a view into the company’s approach to assessing and managing the GEOINT enterprise based on the value of its data offerings.

Several of the company’s solutions that contribute to this approach include: 

  • Value Based Enterprise Solutions, which are changing the paradigm for collection, processing, storage, discovery and analysis of data. This intelligent “data value” based approach manages intelligence enterprise functions within the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) enterprise according to its potential mission demand and impact.
  • Adapting Open Source Technologies will demonstrate the value to our customer of adapting open source technologies to meet mission needs.  Mature, tested open source software can reduce development costs and reduce the time needed to test and deploy services.
  • LYNXeon Cyber Pattern Analysis Platform empowers cyber analysts to detect and disrupt cyber threats. Through an unparalleled combination of data fusion, big data analytics and network visualization, LYNXeon provides cyber protection teams with unprecedented network situational awareness to enhance the cyber hunt.
  • Paradigm is a big data and analysis framework with an integrated set of capabilities that provide ingestion, storage, discovery, analytics, visualization, and cross domain correlation on large scale multi-INT data. 
  • Trusted Mobility (TEMPO) is an integrated enterprise mobility platform that provides a holistic approach to managing the technical, policy and security gaps present in today’s fragmented mobile ecosystem. TEMPO provides a trusted and secure mobile platform to protect an organization’s users, applications, devices, and data - regardless of location or mission – whether on personally owned or corporate-issued devices.
  • CJMTK Geospatial Appliance (CGA) is a high-performance server that provides fast and easy access to maps built from National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) data products and commercial data sets.
  • ACE is the Northrop Grumman multi-level, zero client system that provides seamless desktop access to applications and data from multiple security domains using a single wire. ACE is based entirely on open source technology to reduce and control costs.

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Northrop Grumman Demonstrates Value of GEOINT Data to Mission Success for Intelligence and National Security Community at GEOINT 2017