• ESRI
  • Google
  • Nokia
  • Yahoo! Inc.
  • AND Automotive Navigation Data
  • earthmine
  • First American Spatial Solutions
  • NAVTEQ
  • Waze
  • Google
  • NAVTEQ

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Sean Maday

Sean Maday
Officer, United States Air Force

First Lieutenant Sean Maday is an Intelligence Officer in the United States Air Force. While assigned to Air Mobility Command Lieutenant Maday has worked tirelessly to implement Web 2.0 solutions and data visualization tools to unlock the enterprise capabilities of the defense and intelligence communities. His efforts to develop mash-ups within the Air Force intelligence community have been showcased to strategic and tactical units all over the world. Lieutenant Maday has a BA in Criminal Justice from Michigan State University and will complete his MS in Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysis later this year. Before entering the Air Force Lieutenant Maday worked as a software developer and Internet entrepreneur. Lieutenant Maday was an attendee at the 2008 Where 2.0 conference.

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Every hardware and software solution being developed to catalog, warehouse, and display geospatially relevant information likely has a pertinent military or intelligence application. From location aware cell phone applications to geostacking and immersive imagery, the defense and intelligence communities may be viable secondary and tertiary markets for established corporate and consumer products. Read more.