Orbis Technologies, Inc.’s to Showcase REnDER Product at Key Geospatial Intelligence Industry Event
Annapolis, MD – September 14, 2017 – In less than one week, Orbis’ REnDER team will make the short trip over to Chantilly, VA, for the 2017 GEOINT Portfolio Conference. Hosted by the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), this two-day classified event takes place September 20th and 21st, featuring noted speakers, industry-specific presentations, and discussion of current and future GEOINT capabilities and challenges.
This prestigious event will also include over 40 unclassified industry technologies and products that will be unveiled during the Technology Exposition portion of the conference. The show will be a great opportunity for attendees to gain knowledge of the latest technologies in geospatial intelligence and technology innovations. As one of the most prominent gatherings of its kind, the GEOINT Portfolio Conference is sure to be an excellent avenue for REnDER to be exposed to the Defense and Intelligence communities.
The Redaction and Exploitation Releasability (REnDER) Tool is a one-of-a-kind automation tool designed to automate intelligence work product redaction and dissemination processes. The software automatically redacts work product content and NITF metadatabased on built-in releasability rules sets, and then subsequently disseminate Intelligence Work Products to Coalition partners. REnDER reduces the redaction time significantly, while enhancing the releasability rules creation process. In addition to image redaction, REnDER also supports Full Motion Video (FMV), allowing analysts to automatically generate and redact FMV Intelligence Work Products.
About Orbis Technologies, Inc.
Founded in 2006, Orbis is recognized as an industry leader in providing Solutions, Software and Services for next-generation Big Data Enterprise Content Management platforms. With a client roster of Fortune 500 businesses, U.S. military and intelligence community organizations, federal agencies, and global publishers and media companies, Orbis has software deployed in over 50 cities across four contents around the globe. Orbis Technologies is headquartered in Annapolis, MD, and with additional offices in Audubon, PA, Orlando, FL, Vienna, VA, and Chennai, India.