BAE Systems Launches GXP Fusion Application to Increase Situational Awareness


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BAE Systems announces the launch of its new GXP Fusion software, which leverages multiple intelligence sources to develop a single picture, simplifying complex data challenges for the modern analyst.

Developed by the company’s Geospatial eXploitation Products (GXP) group and delivered with the existing GXP Xplorer® Platform, this new geospatial intelligence (GEOINT) application fuses data sources and displays data connections in a customizable dashboard. GXP Xplorer is an application that makes it easy to locate, retrieve, and share geospatial data.

“GEOINT customers have big data challenges,” said Dana Poirier, general manager of Advanced GEOINT Systems at BAE Systems. “They require the ability to see hidden relationships and patterns in large volumes of data. GXP Fusion represents an important step in our vision of driving GEOINT transformation.”

BAE Systems’ GXP Fusion leverages Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning technology to allow analysts to make smarter decisions through tailored workflows. Combining a wide variety of data types, including imagery, documents, signals, maps, and video, it creates a multi-perspective view in a single picture, allowing delivery of insightful intelligence and enhanced situational awareness to key decision makers.

Supporting development of the most advanced geospatial intelligence, BAE Systems’ GXP software enables rapid discovery, exploitation, and dissemination of mission-critical geospatial data. From key military, security, and incident response operations, to a variety of commercial development and research initiatives, GXP provides a comprehensive suite of solutions to inform effective decision-making and ensure a safer world.

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