Government agencies have been readily adopting mobile technologies over the past decade to deliver self-service applications to their constituents. However, for internal agencies’ needs they are still faced with lack of hardware support, security and infrastructure challenges when trying to leverage smartphones and mobile devices. 3rd Eye Technologies is a leader in addressing these challenges. I […]
The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) recently hosted a “hackathon” to brainstorm, foster creativity, prototype and explore the missions of various labs in the industry. AFRL is a scientific research organization operated by the United States Air Force Materiel Command dedicated to leading the discovery, development, and integration of affordable aerospace warfighting technologies, planning and […]
At 2017’s MarkLogic Data Integration Summit representatives from the World Bank Group and Homeland Security will discuss how changing the way they integrate data silos, store, manage and search large volumes of disparate data types gave them the ability to gain more value from all of their data.
From billion-dollar acquisition programs to national security strategies, federal agencies make hundreds of high-impact decisions each year. Historically, time-consuming manual efforts have been employed in decision support to gather and correlate information, conduct cost effectiveness and risk assessments, and present alternatives to decision makers. Innovative Decisions, Inc. (IDI) has a proven track record of implementing decision support and is now offering an innovative, data-driven decision support solution built on MarkLogic. This solution accelerates decision-making, mitigates risk, and advances adaptability to changing conditions over time.
Under constant pressure to respond to new mandates and missions, government agencies are tasked to pivot quickly to align workforce talent to projects, missions and budgets in a manner that cuts wasteful spending, while ensuring staff satisfaction and the overall success of the mission. That's a tall order. But, when built upon a foundation of secure, flexible database technology - all of these goals are within reach.
Congratulations to Marianne Myers, Brent Perry, Sheila Stewart and Ken McCaleb for their victory at the Defense Intelligence Information Enterprise (Di2E) Plugfest. They represented DCGS-SOF during "Operation Upshot Mashup," aiming at creating a cloud-based set of services to take field intelligence and send it to be translated, analyzed, and summarized and ultimately made searchable by the enterprise.
Blogs, reports, drone video feeds, mobile photos -- and geo data -- are all essential to geospatial analytics. Find out how integrating these data sources into GIS systems allows real-time analysis of the world -- so you can make better decisions, faster.