Our geospatial ecosystem

We mature geospatial ideas towards commercial impact

St. Louis is one of the largest regional economies in the U.S., with a gross metro product of $173 billion. The 15-county bi-state area comprises 2.8 million residents, 1.5 million workers, and 88,000 business establishments. St. Louis has competitive geospatial strengths in bioscience and health innovation, national security, agtech, and mobility and logistics.

Our fast-growing geospatial ecosystem is made up of hard-working people, businesses, and organizations like GeoFutures, Taylor Geospatial Institute, and NGA-St. Louis that are dedicated to making St. Louis the global center for geospatial excellence. We are unified by the GeoFutures Strategic Roadmap and a shared commitment to inclusive growth that expands opportunities for all. As part of that growth, we’ve hosted the GEOINT Symposium in 2021 and 2023 and will host it again in 2025.

Employers

Ball Aerospace

Ball Aerospace

Ball Aerospace

Ball Aerospace

Ball Aerospace

Ball Aerospace

Ball Aerospace