RGi named a top Predictive Analytics company by Data Magazine

Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc. (RGi®) is proud to be recognized as one of the Most Innovative Predictive Analytics Companies in Virginia by Data Magazine, a publication focused on the latest innovations, breakthroughs and companies across the data and analytical industries.

Featured companies were selected based on exceptional performance in Innovation, Growth and Growth Strategy, Management, and Societal Impact.

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RGi to lead geospatial AI for US Army

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Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc. (RGi®) was selected by the US Army Geospatial Center (AGC) to develop prototypes and advanced capabilities to leverage artificial intelligence (AI) to optimize workflows and geospatial production for a number of geospatially-relevant missions to include surveying, surveillance, and reconnaissance, among others. The single-award Geospatial Artificial Intelligence (GeoAI) contract will provide enriched and meaningful insights that will lead to more informed, accurate, and timely decisions during combat operations.

Under this multi-year contract, RGi will demonstrate next generation geospatial analytical tools for 3D complex environments applicable to low echelon and tactical edge exploitation. RGi will also develop spatially explicit AI algorithms, tools and techniques to enable common soldier tasks such as damage extent to roads and structures, quantifying displaced earth, and movement of persons and equipment.

“RGi is excited to expand our partnership with the Army by deploying mission-focused AI that will protect soldiers and boost mission effectiveness,” said Stephen Gillotte, CEO.

The contract’s scope includes AI/ML, data science, research and development, and software engineering solutions.

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RGi wins AGC’s $48M GRIDS III contract

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.”


RGi’ers sort and pack a record 2,500 food packs for children in need

Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc.’s (RGi’s®) partnership with Food For Others and its Power Pack Program (P3) continues to grow, as a group of RGi’ers recently spent an afternoon volunteering at the organization’s warehouse in Fairfax, VA.

Our RGi volunteers helped sort, quality check and pack more than 2,500 P3 packs that will go to young students in the community who are at risk of hunger between school meals. Each P3 pack contains two breakfast items, two lunch items, two dinner items, two snacks, and two drinks.

Separate from this event and since 2017, RGi has donated, packed, and delivered more than 3,000 P3 packs, representing more than 4 tons of food.

“Creating an immediate impact in our community is an important part of our mission,” said RGi CEO Stephen Gillotte. “I’m thrilled to continue our support of Food For Others and their role in helping students focus on their education and not their hunger.”


RGi names Sidney Medford Chief Operating Officer

Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc. (RGi®) announced that Sidney Medford will assume the role of Chief Operating Officer (COO), a new position within RGi, in order to manage RGi’s rapidly expanding business, execute on the company’s three-year strategy, and build external alliances and strategic relationships.

“Sidney is a seasoned and trusted leader who consistently delivers results,” said Stephen Gillotte, CEO, RGi. “I have tremendous confidence in Sid’s ability to create operational excellence while providing the foundation for our next round of growth.”

Prior to this appointment, Medford was responsible for the Capture and Program Management of RGi’s Defense, Intelligence and Federal business clients, ensuring customer mission goals are achieved.

“RGi’s mission has never been more compelling; we exist to create an immediate impact for our nation’s soldiers and analysts,” said Medford, COO. “I am incredibly energized to help lead the company to its next phase of innovation and growth.”

Medford joined RGi in 2014 from TASC, where she was a Capture Executive leading strategic corporate captures in the Intelligence Community through all phases of the capture life cycle. She had responsibility for Advisory & Assistance Services that provided critical decision solutions in the areas of systems engineering, program management, financial management, cost estimating and risk analysis, independent cost estimates, POM Development and Program Analysis support and Acquisition services support to the Intelligence Community, the DoD and Civil agencies across the Federal government.


Reinventing Geospatial reinvents volunteering at FACETS’ Hypothermia Prevention Centers

Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc.’s (RGi’s®) unique volunteer efforts were recently featured in an article by FACETS, a non-profit organization that helps people impacted by poverty throughout Fairfax County, VA.

For the past two years, RGi has supported the FACETS Hypothermia Prevention and Response Program, which provides shelter for those in need during winter months. Early on, the RGi team saw an opportunity to add an educational element to the program and quickly began offering shelter guests instruction in basic computer skills and resume development. RGi purchased laptops to support the effort and created a custom curriculum that RGi’s volunteers teach to shelter guests.

“I love that FACETS helps people with the immediate effects of poverty as well as working towards a long-term solution,” said Mary Carome, Software Engineer at RGi. “I hope that by coming to the Hypothermia Clinics and providing computer training and resume help we are giving our guests skills that will help them today and for the rest of their life.”

A big thanks to all the RGi volunteers who help create an Immediate Impact™ for those in need!


RGi surpasses 2,000 food pack donation milestone for children in need

Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc. (RGi®) recently completed its 13th Power Pack Program (P3) volunteer event, producing 180 P3 packs for elementary school children in need. Since 2017, RGi has donated, packed, and delivered 2,016 P3 packs, representing more than 3 tons of food. These P3 packs allow students to focus on their education and not their hunger.

The P3 program, run by Food For Others, is designed to provide food to young students in our community who may be at risk of hunger between school meals. Each pack contains two breakfast items, two lunch items, two dinner items, two snack items, and two drinks.

“The work that Food For Others does to help children is critical to both their well-being and their education,” said Stephen Gillotte, CEO of RGi. “RGi is proud to support this important mission and create an immediate impact in the lives of students.”


RGi CEO Stephen Gillotte advises UMD grad students on GEOINT careers

Reinventing Geospatial®, Inc’s (RGi’s®) CEO Stephen Gillotte presented to a group of University of Maryland’s (UMD) Center for Geospatial Information Science graduate students on geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) careers in the Defense and Intelligence space.

Steve’s discussion with the students centered around what career options students have both pre- and post-graduation, including roles within academia, government contracting and direct government employment. Steve shared his own personal story of how he took his passion for GEOINT and created a company in RGi that works with numerous Defense, Intelligence and Federal agencies to make an Immediate ImpactTM on the safety and security of our nation.

While still in its first year as a Masters-level program, the UMD GEOINT program expects a surge in enrollment given the Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia area has one of the highest concentrations of GEOINT jobs in the United States.  For more information on the UMD GEOINT program, click here.