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Positions in Geospatial Intelligence
Are you interested in Geospatial Intelligence? It is a growing field, and as more people become aware of it, there are questions about what type of jobs can be used with a degree or interest in GeoInt. Let’s take a look at some of the options:

Geospatial Intelligence Imagery Analysist: In most cases, this is a position within the military. In this position, the person has to analyze aerial and overhead images. Some of these are developed by photographs, while others are electronic. These images help with information about areas of battle, combat operations, and enemy forces. Preparing maps, reports, and charts is an integral part of this position.

Geologist: Many geologists have an interest in Geospatial Intelligence. It tends to make their lives easier, and it ties in well with what they do. When studying geology, it can be helpful to have a background in GeoInt, as well.

Mapmaker: Understanding terrain analysis, and being able to easily analyze where things are and how they relate to other structures, cities, etc. can make it easier to create maps. This can be either a civilian position or a military based position.

Surveyor: Surveyors are used in many different types of companies. From logging to oil drilling, and even general construction, knowing where power lines are, what else is in the area, and where property lines are drawn can be important. Because of this, these companies depend on surveyors. Surveyors need to understand Geospatial Intelligence to be able to effectively do their jobs. Whether with formal training or an interest in mapping, surveyors need to know how to read maps and pictures.

Computer Image Analysist: Though slightly different, this field is related to Geospatial Intelligence. With the use of pattern recognition, signal processing, and digital geometry, this field has been crucial in many areas of our computer science. For those who are interested in both computers and GeoInt, this could be a great career option.

Many of the current positions available in Geospatial Intelligence are currently in military or government run businesses. Because of this, many of the positions require certain security clearances. For those who are interested in following this career path, it is important to make sure you understand what the position requires and entails, before applying. Because of the relative newness of the field, and the fact that the exact definition of Geospatial Intelligence is still being worked out, many people who are interested in it are working in similar fields. There are also many people who have made a hobby out of GeoInt. Either way, it is an important career path that has proven necessary to many other fields.

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