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Team: Parker Coleman | Keith Alphonso | Yancy Matherne Support: Vance Lowe | Marc Cenac Concept: During the course of the investigation of the Boston Marathon Bombings, authorities had the benefit of unprecedented levels of surveillance, which was augmented by crowd sourced

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Lightweight Ozone Map Widget

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Ozone widgets are fast becoming one of the best mechanisms to enable rapid development of advanced capabilities to the war fighter.  This is because widgets provide succinct, specialized and focused capabilities that can be easily developed and deployed, then combined

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Rotary Wing Performance Surface

Helicopters don’t fly; they beat the air into submission.  You might be surprised how close the helicopter vs. gravity fight can be with our active military assets.  The winner can be predicted with complex equations that use aircraft performance functions,

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AFCEA San Diego C4ISR Symposium Mashup Challange

Background Geocent was invited to participate in the PlugFest event at the AFCEA San Diego C4ISR Symposium in San Diego Calafornia. Each contestant was given a unique, realistic problem written by experienced members of the military. Geocent received the following

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Geospatially Enabling Four Dimensional METOC Data

Geospatial Enablement of 4D Data

Geographical Information systems (GIS) have become useful tools in commercial and military operations.  These tools provide a myriad of features for analysis of geospatially referenced information.  The Navy METOC community is currently working toward the integration of GIS technologies into

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Tactical Decision Support System

Tactical Decision Support System

With the advent of ever increasing sensors and data streams the warfighter is faced with a complex myriad of inputs from which decisions can be made for mission planning and decision support.  The “fog of war” has been changed to

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