CDI Introduced to U.S. Navy SPAWAR
Alexandria, VA—TransVoyant accelerates activity-based intelligence by streaming, analyzing and storing multi-dimensional, dynamic data in the SPAWAR Emerging Technologies Collaboration Environment.
An essential element of the ETCE (Emerging Technologies Collaboration Environment), TransVoyant is working alongside the best of breed products and subject matter expert services from SRC, DataDirect Networks, HP, Mellanox Technologies and Red Hat in coordination with the U.S. Navy SPAWAR Atlantic.
As the Navy’s Information Dominance systems command, SPAWAR (Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command) develops, delivers and sustains communications and information capabilities for warfighters, keeping them connected anytime, anywhere. SPAWAR provides the technology needed to execute Navy missions and is on the forefront of research, engineering and acquisition to provide and sustain fleet capabilities.
Empowered by the immense processing power and storage capabilities of the ETCE team, TransVoyant’s Continuous Decision Intelligence™ (CDI™) Platform* is providing real-time, intuitive decision support that enables users to make real-time and predictive spatial, temporal, contextual, attribute and preference-based decisions that improve future mission outcomes.
“Powered by CDI, ETCE turns data into actionable intelligence and decisions—creating better mission outcomes for global force protection, intelligence analysis, risk management, logistics and transportation, among other key applications,” said Jim Clautice, TransVoyant VP of Operations and ETCE Program Executive.
The ETCE solution enables analysts by giving them the power to report events and patterns discovered in the ABI process today, then establish rules that continue to filter for these patterns tomorrow via incoming collection and alerts to various DOD and IC entities as part of a highly secure geospatial intelligence cloud computing and archive system. CDI’s platform flexibility gives even the most non-technical users the ability to write analytics against live, fast-moving interdependent global events. And, its powerful storage capabilities provided by DataDirect Networks allow analysts to keep large amounts of data on hand for review and reprocessing when needed.
“Essentially, ETCE allows you to intelligently process, make decisions on and issue alerts using dynamic live and historical data,” stated Clautice. “Users can import their own data files, or use existing TransVoyant open source live and static streaming data sets, to create real-time rules for monitoring, processing and storing spatial, temporal, contextual and attribute-rich information—quickly turning data into reliable, actionable information.”
For more information on the Emerging Technologies Collaboration Environment, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
CDI reliably ingests, evaluates and stores large dynamic data feeds, such as sensor, weather and asset location—scaling with fast and efficient algorithm prosecution. The platform allows analysts to create decision algorithms quickly and efficiently—and change them on demand—correlating events across datasets. Additionally, CDI enables automated alerts to systems or decision makers—effectively driving faster, informed and anticipatory decisions through the analysis of large volumes of multi-dimensional data streams.
*Please Note: This solution was formerly branded as GeoVigilance™, and has since been merged with the CDI™ brand name.
From devices such as radar, sensors, satellites, smartphones, meters and other devices that make up the Internet of Things (IoT), TransVoyant collects, cleanses and constantly updates one of the world’s largest repositories of real-time big data—over one trillion events each day. By applying advanced machine learning algorithms to these real-time data streams, TransVoyant gives commercial organizations and governments a live global picture of their global assets, as well as predictive insights that enable them to anticipate and avoid threats and disruptions resulting from weather, port congestion, natural disasters, supplier failure, road construction, labor strikes and competitor actions to name a few.