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US Army Corps of Engineers
Army Geospatial Center Website
Who we are
What we do
AGC CUI Site (AGC Data Downloads)
AGC Imagery Office
Common Map Background
Engineering Route Studies
Historical Photo Analysis
Inland Electronic Navigation Charts (IENC)
Overseas Humanitarian Assistance (OHASIS)
Survey Engineering and Mapping Technical Center of Expertise
Urban Tactical Planner
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Small Business Office
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Where we are
Army Geospatial Enterprise
Data Model - Warfighter
Data Model - Installations
Army Demonstrates Interoperable Routing
The Army Geospatial Center developed a new Routing Application Programming Interface that will let Army systems access and share routes and obstacles in a simple, interoperable way. Esri recently prototyped an implementation of the API.
AGC Geospatial Technology Enhancements Endorsed by ASA (ALT)
On October 15, 2020, the Assistant Secretary of the Army, Acquisition Logistics and Technology (ASA (ALT)) endorsed three Army Geospatial Center’s Standard and Shareable Geospatial Foundation Enabling Technology Support Services.
Air and Missile Defense Workstation is the First Army System to Receive Geospatial Certification
The Air and Missile Defense Workstation (AMDWS) was the first Army system to receive geospatial certification earlier this year. AMDWS provides the air situational input to the Common Operational Picture (COP) of Army Mission Command systems. Geospatial Certification validates that the AMDWS can ingest and visualize standard imagery and elevation data in accordance with AMDWS system requirements.