Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc. (RGi®) was recently selected to provide GIS analytic expertise in support of National Security.
RGi will support the DoD with the implementation of a geographic information system and provide onsite technical expertise to design and develop web-enabled GIS applications and provide analysis of the underlying intelligence information. This effort also includes data processing and geo-enabling their legacy enterprise databases, building mobile workflows and applications, and producing strategic and tactical products, all leading to a safer, more secure situational awareness capability for key decision makers.
Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc. (RGi®) has been selected to provide geospatial analysis and software development support for a national security customer. Under this contract, RGi provides geospatial, dashboard, data visualization, and software engineering expertise to missions and operations across the customer’s mission area. Our work also includes a variety of GIS analysis and engineering tasks and activities, including:
Design and implementation of new applications
Design of new mission specific data visualization techniques and applications
Comprehensive analysis of disparate near-real time data feeds in support of mission operations and decision making
Geospatial database management expertise
Development of geospatial products, including reports, statistical analyses, cartographic layouts, infographics, and dashboards
Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc. (RGi®) was recently awarded a task order contract to support US Army’s Program Manager – Mission Command and provide the next generation maps for the AFATDS application. RGi will continue to provide ongoing support to the architecture and design of the geospatial components of the AFATDS system.
Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc.’s (RGi’s®) Chief Executive Officer, Stephen Gillotte, was named one of the Top 30 Public Sector Leaders to Watch in 2020 by WashingtonExec.
To make the cut, leaders needed to exhibit a deep knowledge of the government’s mission and an ability to provide secure, innovative solutions as a trusted, strategic partner. Steve and the RGi team work daily to establish geospatial as the common language for all-domain mission planning, situational awareness, and situational understanding, making him a perfect match for this year’s leader board.
Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc. (RGi®) is honored to announce that Beth Wiberg has been selected as the recipient of the 3rd annual $10,000 RGi Scholarship for Geospatial and Engineering, given in partnership with The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF).
Beth is a senior at The Ohio State University, where she is on track to graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in GIS in December 2020.
Over her college career, Beth has sharpened her mapping, geocoding, and data analysis skills as a GIS Intern for AECOM and a GIS Research Assistant for the College of Social Work. As an Intern for Blue Raster, she also honed her skills in data visualization and the storytelling aspects of GIS. Outside of her GIS work, Beth spent three years serving in The Ohio State Army ROTC, where she went through rigorous physical and mental training, learned about military structure, and enhanced her leadership skills.
“I am thrilled to have Beth as our 2020 RGi Scholarship recipient,” said RGi CEO Stephen Gillotte. “She is the ideal blend of student, leader, and humanitarian, which aligns perfectly with the core values of our company. She is also a self-described “big thinker,” and I look forward to her many contributions to the GEOINT community and our nation.”
Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc. (RGi®) is a proud sponsor of the 2020 FedGeoDay event being held online June 11-12, where RGi CEO Stephen Gillotte will lead an Open Mapping for Program Success panel at 9:45 am on day 1. During the panel, Steve will guide the panelists through a discussion on the benefits and challenges of an open ecosystem approach versus a proprietary or hybrid solution. He’ll also tackle some of the myths of both policy and technology, and offer perspectives on how the audience can get involved in supporting decision making.
Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc. (RGi®) has again partnered with The United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) to offer its third annual scholarship as part of the 2020 USGIF Scholarship Program.
The $10,000 RGi Scholarship for Geospatial and Engineering will be awarded to an undergraduate who demonstrates financial need and is committed to becoming competitive and constructive in the geospatial and engineering disciplines.
“RGi has a long history of supporting students, and we are thrilled to continue these efforts with USGIF through our annual RGi Scholarship,” said RGi CEO Stephen Gillotte. “Now more than ever, we need to continue to build a diverse base of students who are passionate about the future of GEOINT.”
Every year, USGIF awards scholarships of various amounts to exceptional students studying the geospatial sciences and related fields. In total, USGIF has awarded more than $1.3 million in scholarships since the program began in 2004. “USGIF and RGi have partnered to recognize and support those students with a geospatial and engineering background who are committed to becoming competitive in this market,” said USGIF VP of Academic Affairs Dr. Camelia Kantor.
Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc. (RGi®) has been awarded a five-year contract with the U.S. Army Geospatial Center (AGC) for the Geospatial Research, Integration, Development and Support (GRIDS) III Small Business Set-Aside Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC).
The GRIDS III contract is designed to provide systems engineering and technical services through research and development activities that relate to rapid development, limited fielding and geospatial technology services for the Warfighter.
As part of this contract, RGi will provide the specialized expertise and technical capabilities necessary to assist in coordination, integration and synchronization of geospatial information requirements and standards across the Army; develop geospatial enterprise enabled systems for the Army and the DoD, and provide direct geospatial support to the Warfighter.
“The GRIDS III contract represents a significant milestone for us,” said RGi CEO Stephen Gillotte. “We exist to deliver an immediate impact for soldiers and analysts working on national security issues, and being a part of this long-term contract allows us to deliver meaningful solutions directly to those users.”
Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc. (RGi®) formed a new partnership with T-REX, the downtown St. Louis technology innovation center.
T-REX operates an early-stage advanced IT startup incubator, hosts an Innovation Conference Center, and leads strategic initiatives to foster economic growth through advanced information technologies.
As part of the new partnership, RGi CEO Stephen Gillotte will join the Geospatial Advisory Committee to help direct the center’s activities, mission, goal, and objectives.
“Our work with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and other partners has been pointing us further west for years,” said Gillotte. “It feels great to establish our footprint in St. Louis while supporting so many innovative, entrepreneurial efforts.”
Visualizing cyber situational awareness and understanding at scale and at the tactical level is a critical component to providing future Soldiers with the concepts and capabilities needed to ensure over-match and over-dominance by our military.
During last week’s Geography2050 Symposium, hosted by the American Geographical Society, Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc. (RGi®) CEO Stephen Gillotte presented RGi’s research into how geospatial is the shared language® to communicate situational awareness leading to effective Command and Control (C2) and a common situational understanding of the multi-domain battlespace.