"The Army Geospatial Enterprise team doesn't build Army Systems; but it does make them better." (Learn more: https://www.agc.army.mil/Army-Geospatial-Enterprise-Home-Page/)
- Josh Delmonico, AGE support manager.
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The term geospatial is fairly new and often misunderstood. Army Mappers is not quite right to describe it all. What we’d like to focus on is what we can we do for you. In the early '90s the term geo-spatial was coined as a way to describe the computing environment that mirrored geographic and spatial relationships. The move from paper maps to mobile GPS brought geospatial data to the forefront. Today, Army Geospatial includes Geospatial Information Systems (GIS), analysis and imagery interpretation. The scientists and engineers at AGC primarily look for ways to engage Army commands that need increased awareness of their own location or any point on a digital map that is of interest to their mission.
AGC is Geospatial Data - Domain Expertise - Training & Reach Back for Warfighters - System Development - Technology Integration