Intelligence analysts receive a myriad of reports from multiple sources and methods. Finding, storing, and organizing these reports into a central location for detailed analysis is challenging. Remote environments further complicate report management efforts, resulting in leader decisions based on any available combat reports, and not necessarily the most important reports.
Current ISR tools were not developed for processing text reports. Therefore, analysts consume too much of their time searching for the reports to use in their analysis. Information is fragmented across multiple reports, which makes it hard for analysts to see the Big Picture. Analysts need a tool to capture information from reports, then share and collaborate on this information quickly. BLADE provides this tool.
DCGS/DIB DATA FEDERATION
Intelligence analysis requires current data from multiple data sources, which are often in different domains.To increase data sharing across the DCGS Enterprise, the DCGS Management Office (DMO) created the DCGS Integration Backbone (DIB).The DIB facilitates seamless, direct sharing and coordination of ISR and operational data from multiple organizational domains.
To expose data to the DIB, an organization develops a DIB adaptor—software that provides the transformation and filter code needed to align a data source to the DIB schemas used by the Enterprise. It requires significant time and money to develop DIB adaptors, often delaying data availability to the DIB by months.
Analysts need a tool that can make all data available to the DCGS Enterprise rapidly and without impacting the security (IA) footprint. vmdc provides this tool.
Modus Operandi’s Wave Exploitation Framework (Wave-EF) automatically identifies key concepts and relationships in unstructured data, tags them, and feeds them to analysts’ tools for correlation and visualization. Wave-EF capabilities are now bundled in the Movia product line.
Movia, based on over $40 million in DoD and Intelligence Community research investment in contextual pattern recognition, Movia enables prediction of threats and opportunities in Big Data. Movia is Modus Operandi’s prime platform for providing solutions that release-the-genius in current Big Data repositories or legacy data resources. Movia adds powerful logic, reasoning, and active-analysis to your existing infrastructure.
- SBIR-Developed Technologies
- Open source and license-free software product lines.
- Based on over $40 million in DoD and Intelligence Community research investment in contextual pattern recognition to enable prediction of threats and opportunities in Big Data.