GIS in the intelligence community is not a game, but it's played by gamers
from GIS User
A U.S. geospatial contractor, working in Iraq to teach intelligence analysts how to use his technology, was struck by their capacity to learn and adapt. He brought this lesson back to his company. "We learned there that soldiers are very creative," he said. "They will make do with what they have, and you have to design your software to be flexible so that when they try to use it to do something you didn't initially plan for it to do, it will still work."
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