In today's imaging paradigm, each platform feds a single exploitation feeds a single exploitation systems a single sensor data stream. Currently, there is no ability to integrate the many exploitation capabilities arising from the ever-increasing number of imaging platforms. The solution to this dilemma is the development of a battlespace exploitation visualization environment (BEVE) capable of providing real-time visualization of multi-sensor data streams to image analysts (IAs). The vision of BEVE is a system receiving a variety of imaging data types, integrating the results of a data fusion analysis, and visually fusing this data into a variety of exploitable visualizations. This paper discuses three primary technologies related to BEVE: the processing of the input sensor data, the visualization technologies, and the interpretation and interaction with the IA.