Reinventing Geospatial is leading Project Manager (PM) Distributed Common Ground System – Army’s (DCGS-A’s) and the Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate’s (I2WD’s) efforts to simplify the Army’s geospatial architecture by designing, constructing, and deploying open source and commercial geospatial solutions to Echelons above Corps (EAC) Combined Operations Intelligence Centers (COICs) and Divisions, Brigades/Brigade Combat Teams (BCTs), and Battalion Command Posts (CPs).
We are optimizing network communications, leading to the effective dissemination of the Standard and Shareable Geospatial Foundation (SSGF) across the Common Operating Environment (COE). We optimized DCGS-A’s geospatial implementation, through the use of a load-balanced architecture, by drawing on our extensive experience with architecture, engineering, development, and deployment of geospatial services, allowing the program to meet the previously unmet geospatial requirements of DCGS-A V3.1.7 and DCGS-A V3.2.
We are developing technologies and an Operations/Intelligence Convergence focused roadmap outlining how network communications are optimized through the deployment of geospatial edge node technologies. Our prototype demonstrates the ability to effectively disseminate the SSGF and Geospatial-Intelligence (GEOINT) to Forward Operating Bases (FOBs).
Our team is heavily focused on supporting the implementation of Open Geospatial Consortium’s (OGC’s) OpenGIS® web service interfaces, such Web Map Service (WMS), Web Feature Service (WFS), and GeoPackage, supporting geospatial data and information interoperability between computing environments (CEs) and Command, Control, & Intelligence (C2I) Programs of Record (PORs).
We are developing a prototype using ArcGIS Portal within the tactical cloud, supporting the Soldier’s ability to generate, collaborate, disseminate, and discover fused intelligence products.
Reinventing Geospatial has conducted extensive research and development ensuring the scalability of ArcGIS and Boundless based geospatial infrastructure deployed at multiple echelons. We have demonstrated how the existing DCGS-A solutions can be scaled to meet requirements, such as 16,000 concurrent requests a second.