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Soldiers demonstrate the Command Post Computing Environment prototype at Aberdeen Proving Ground in May. With a new single tactical server infrastructure plus a common software baseline, it will provide Soldiers an underlying core command post system that will accommodate additional warfighting functionality. Thurston and his Mission Command team established the architecture, system design and acquisition strategy for the Command Post Computing Environment and the Mounted Computing Environment. (U.S. Army photo by Dan Lafontaine, PEO C3T)
Robert Burkhardt
CMB Program
GGDM
Ryan Strange, research physical scientist with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Aviation and Remote Systems Program and the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Site Development Branch at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, launches the senseFly eBee X fixed-wing unmanned aircraft system at the Rocket City Radio Controllers complex in southeast Huntsville, Alabama, during an unmanned aircraft systems capabilities review Feb. 27, 2020.
A Microdrones MD4-1000 lands at the Rocket City Radio Controllers complex in southeast Huntsville, Alabama, during an unmanned aircraft systems capabilities review Feb. 27, 2020.
Standards, Architecture and Certification
Mission Command Software Testing
GeoVisualization
Terrain
INLAND ELECTRONIC NAVIGATIONAL CHARTS
AGC Imagery Office
A communications operator with the Dominican Republic Ministry of Public Works and Communications creates virtual maps that depict weather effects like flooding in various regions of the Dominican Republic at the Emergency Operations Center in Santo Domingo, May 8, 2019.
Using unmanned aircraft systems to map installation assets maximizes efficiency
Pfc. Matthew J. McGill, 543rd Engineer Detachment geospatial engineer, reviews geospatial imagery for a port of entry along the border from Texas to California. The detachment began their part of the border support mission by analyzing maps and refining data to paint a picture of the operating areas for commanders and decision-makers to better visualize their areas of operations.
Two soldiers look at notepads at night.
The Precision Fires-Dismounted system includes viewing live-streaming full-motion video from unmanned aerial vehicles on smartphone, 3D digital maps, and ability to send precision target coordinates. (James Avery, U.S. Army)
Corpscon
WATER RESOURCE ASSESSMENTS AND APPRAISALS examples
Example 3

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Geospatial Center is enabling a decisive edge through geospatial information dominance

The mission providing timely, accurate, and relevant geospatial information, capabilities, and domain expertise for

the Army Geospatial Enterprise in support of unified land operations