The main goal of a cyberspace environment is to support decision makers with relevant information on time for
operational use. Cyberspace environments depend on geospatial data including terrestrial, aerial/UAV, satellite and
other multi-sensor data obtained in electro-optical and other imaging domains. Despite advances in automated
geospatial image processing, the "human in the loop" is still necessary because current applications depend upon
complex algorithms and adequate classification rules that can only be provided by skilled geospatial professionals.
Signals extracted from humans may become an element of a cyberspace system. This paper describes research experiments on integrating an EEG device within geospatial technology.