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January 19th, 2015
Director of Australian Geospatial-Intelligence Organisation to Present at Locate15 Conference

The AGO is the lead geospatial and imagery intelligence organisation in the Department of Defence and provides geospatial intelligence to support Australia’s defence and national interests. Ms Fernandez’s plenary presentation will focus on ‘GEOINT for Defence and National Security’ – the intelligence derived from the analysis of imagery and geospatial information from features and events. 

 For additional information on the Locate15 Program Overview please click here.

Locate15 is the premier national spatial information conference and exhibition in Australia and New Zealand. It is designed to energise the location industry; inspire both producers and consumers of location information; and drive greater awareness, adoption and innovation of spatial technologies