Described are systems, methods, computer programs, and user interfaces for image location, acquisition, analysis, and data correlation. Results obtained via image analysis are correlated to non-spatial information useful for intelligence analysis. Broadly, imagery can be used for economic resource analysis, including determination of significant economic changes and patterns related to problems to determine implications of such problems or enable required action pertaining to the same. Imagery can also be used to determine economic changes and patterns correlated to local stability and economic health to forecast risks to and effects of counter-terrorism efforts in the impacted regions. Imagery can further be utilized to monitor sites of known activity related to proliferation/deproliferation of nuclear material or weaponization and determine the implications of the activity or enable required action. Keywords associated with the present disclosure include: image acquisition, satellite imagery drone imagery, intelligence analysis, economic resource analysis, counter-terrorism, counter-proliferation.
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Wood, Matthew; Dunagan, Patrick; Clark, John; Bohl, Kristina; and Gonzalez, David, "IMAGE ACQUISTION AND PROCESSING FOR INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS", Technical Disclosure Commons, (August 24, 2016)