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We can no longer separate people from the technology they use and are influenced by.

 

Geopolitical Analysis. Business Intelligence.

Market Research.

Today’s operational environments are complex. They present a mix of hybrid strategies and disparate technological threats. Success relies on the ability to interpret the influences of globally interconnected local environments while simultaneously identifying critical gaps in operational design and technology. This requires the ability to develop complex cultural models with critical path analysis that ensure optimized performance across the entire mission plan.

From identifying emerging market opportunities and the hidden risks emanating from cultural trends and influences to developing strategies for future R&D, our clients hire us to provide the strategic and operational insight they demand in order to energize innovation, optimize performance and maximize competitive advantage. 


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Dynamic, not static. 

Organizations today function in an increasingly chaotic atmosphere dominated by globalization, uncertainty and rapidly changing technology. We now live in an age where the digitally integrated individual can impact strategic designs. It is an environment where local is simultaneously global.

More research and development and faster product cycles are not necessarily better. The ability to identify opportunity will rest more and more on our ability to understand, influence, or exercise control within both the human and technological domains we operate in. This is the crossroads of the technological, physical, cultural and socio-economic environments that influence innovation.

Complex systems.

Our lives our increasingly integrated with technology. We can no longer separate people and environments from the technology they use and are impacted by. Yet the diffusion of technology has also given voice to social and cultural differences that define us, increasing the complexity of the environments we operate within. Strategic risk is now a part of every aspect of operations.  

Spatial Terra™ is a proactive risk mitigation firm specializing in human domain based research and analysis of global conflicts and disruptions and the influences of technology.

Our clients engage us to develop the Cultural Intelligence that drives their understanding of technology and its impact on the human environment. 

 

Scott Kesterson, CEO

Scott Kesterson, CEO

 

Scott is recognized as one of the leaders in human domain and cultural narrative research and program development. His 15-years of experience ranges from start-ups, to national level marketing campaigns, to advising and program development for senior leaders of Department of State and Department of Defense. His background includes international marketing, documentary film and Emmy Award-winning level production, global consulting for Fortune 500 companies. He is nationally recognized for human domain analysis and systems development, and for the development of senior leader decision cycle methods and products for both Department of State and Department of Defense. Global work experience: Afghanistan, Bosnia, Canada, Czech Republic, France, United Kingdom, South Korea and Vietnam.

 
Michael Rossi, Director of Technology

Michael Rossi, Director of Technology

Joseph Dule, Technical Analyst

Joseph Dule, Technical Analyst

Pete Arsenault, Performance Optimization

Pete Arsenault, Performance Optimization

 

 Michael is Spatial Terra’s senior advisor on matters dealing with data analytics, development of analytical risk frameworks and technology innovation and integration. He has over a decade of experience in operational targeting, big data analytics and research development testing and experimentation (RDT&E). Having served initially in the U.S. Marine Corps, Michael continued to serve as a contract analyst through the Department of Defense on numerous projects CONUS and OCONUS. From counterterrorism to cyber operations and special projects, he contributed directly to various national security missions. Michael has continued to consult for the Department of Defense while also advising in the private sector for various Fortune 500 firms expanding operations overseas. As a consult to these firms, Michael provided due diligence research and active on-site risk assessments to ensure a successful expansion and company financial growth for his clients.

 

 

 

Joseph is Spatial Terra’s technical analyst advising on emerging technologies, cultural risks and innovation gaps. He holds a Masters in National Security and Public Safety from the University of New Haven, and Masters in International Relations from Webster University. Joseph was an intelligence analyst for US Air Force Special Operations Command providing analysis and mission planning support for operations in Central Asia and Asia Pacific, as well as humanitarian and disaster relief response. Global work experience: Djibouti, Japan, Korea, Thailand and United Kingdom.

 

 

 

 

 

Pete is Spatial Terra’s subject matter expert for optimizing organizational systems and human performance within complex environments. Pete’s background includes Fortune 500 executive leadership, strategic planning, succession planning, regulatory compliance, R&D team development and project optimization. He has worked with research and development for special mission units in the development and application of tactical technologies, advanced trauma and life support, physiological sensor monitoring, human performance, and mobility in urban and other restricted environments. Pete was a Special Forces Sergeant Major and holds a Masters from Webster University in Human Resource Management. 

 

Dr. Charles Morgan, Human Behavior

Dr. Charles Morgan, Human Behavior

Dr Charles Morganis Spatial Terra’s subject matter expert for human behavior. He has over 24-years faculty experience at Yale and is an internationally recognized expert in the areas of PTSD, detection of deception within belief systems, advanced interviewing methods and concealed information, and forensic psychology. Dr. Morgan served as an intelligence officer (2003-2010) for the US Government and was a government advisor to the US Intelligence Science Board. Dr. Morgan's is currently the Director of the National Security Program at University of New Haven leading research and instruction in intelligence analysis, national security, national security psychology and psychological operations.

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