March 05, 2013

Alexandria, VA—TransVoyant announced today that it has received a contract renewal with the Department of Energy (DOE) Transportation Command (TRANSCOM) for map software application interfaces.

Under subcontract to Ma-Chis Lower Creek Indian Tribe Enterprises, Inc., TransVoyant provides new maps that show the position of shipments on a street level for the DOE’s TRANSCOM Maps module. TransVoyant uses the latest version of SpatialFX®, its patented and scalable web mapping and visualization tool, the most recent version of NAVTEQ data, the Google maps API and a spatial routing service called GeoDecisions to provide the new maps and optimized routes for tracking shipment locations to determine if a vehicle has deviated from its pre-determined route. Users with varying levels of access utilize the TRANSCOM Maps module interface to visualize position data from the TRANSCOM GPS database with the corresponding U.S. shipment(s) locations.

About SpatialFX
TransVoyant customers use SpatialFX to visualize complex maps, combine imagery and vector formats, integrate dynamic data, rapidly refresh views and display large numbers of query results efficiently (and in near real-time) for insight into vehicle locations, network traffic, troop deployments and the status of geographically dispersed projects.

About TransVoyant
TransVoyant predicts the future. By continuously learning from the past and present, the company and its technology predicts future behaviors and events to improve outcomes for its customers. From satellites, radar, sensors, smartphones, social media and other devices that make up the Internet of Things, TransVoyant collects one of the world’s largest living repositories of real-time big data—over one trillion events per day. We then apply patented technology and proprietary algorithms to this massive big data to produce live and predictive insights that enable companies to transform business performance and governments to protect life and property. Our insights and predictions drive value in the areas of operational efficiency, risk management, consumer insights, resilience, asset optimization and security for national security and enterprise customers.

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