Government agencies are tasked with identifying, understanding and predicting fast-moving national security risks—terrorism, illegal goods shipments, political unrest, human trafficking, money laundering—but are often hindered by outdated static reporting tools. Threat behaviors change daily, which is why you need a system that understands these challenges and continuously crafts and updates patterns of life, monitors and identifies anomalous behavior, and predicts events of interest.
TransVoyant Precise Predictive Intelligence™ (P2I™) tells you not only what happened and why it happened, but when it is predicted to happen again with enough lead time to take actions that get in front of potential national security risks.
Pattern of Life Creation
Develops continuously updated patterns of life around people, groups and austere environments.
Anomalous behavior detection
Identifies and predicts anomalous behaviors and events via streaming data analysis.
Creates real-time intelligence that empowers government agencies to safeguard U.S. citizens and infrastructure.
Enables first responders and warfighters to act quickly to prevent natural and man-made threats via global predictive situational awareness.
How it Works
In real time, TransVoyant P2I analyzes trillions of events taking place around the globe (ex. weather, traffic, people movement, shipments, currency fluctuations)—applying advanced behavioral analytics to this streaming big data.
TransVoyant P2I continuously monitors behaviors of people, groups, organizations, systems and regions to discover ‘normal’ baselines and trends—spatial and nonspatial—across time (by minute, day of week, season, etc.) that are updated live as more data is streamed through its Continuous Decision Intelligence system and as users select new areas of interest or events to be monitored.
TransVoyant P2I dynamically identifies deviations from those baselines—detecting anomalous behaviors and events that happened in the past, are happening now, or are predicted to happen—hours, days or weeks into the future.
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