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DECISIVE ANALYTICS to Implement Semantic Machine Learning Algorithms for NGA Advanced Geospatial Analytics

ARLINGTON, Va., Oct. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) has awarded DECISIVE ANALYTICS Corporation (DAC) a contract to implement cutting-edge semantic machine learning algorithms for the Advanced Geospatial Analytics program. Under this effort, DAC's state-of-the-art approach will inherently learn an understanding of a region's specific terrain and topographical features and then apply additional algorithms to detect change over time. 

DECISIVE ANALYTICS Corporation is an employee owned company based in Arlington, VA (PRNewsFoto/DECISIVE ANALYTICS Corporation)

DAC's algorithms identify changes in a semantic feature space to provide context and meaning. This flexible and robust approach demonstrates high accuracy and can fuse imagery from different sensors with varying characteristics and environmental conditions. DAC's machine learning technology will automatically identify significant geospatial changes allowing NGA to prioritize other investigative resources more effectively.

About DECISIVE ANALYTICS Corporation

As an employee-owned company, DECISIVE ANALYTICS Corporation's core ideology is to bring together highly motivated individuals to form an organization that provides superior, innovative technical contributions to all endeavors in which it participates.  We deliver industry-leading products and services to commercial businesses, the DoD, the Intelligence Community, and a wide range of other government agencies.  As an award-winning company, DECISIVE ANALYTICS is consistently ranked among the Best Places to Work within communities where we serve. For more information, please visit www.dac.us.

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