Wednesday, May 26, 2010

i2 and ESRI Collaborate to Provide Unparalleled Solution for Analytics and Geospatial Intelligence

A new solution announced today at the Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems (DoDIIS) Worldwide Conference will give defense and intelligence personnel unprecedented analysis capabilities for human terrain mapping, better arming them for current and future counterinsurgency (COIN) and anti-terrorism operations. i2, the leading provider of intelligence and investigation software; and ESRI, the leading provider of geospatial analysis capabilities; are collaborating to release several modules in the coming months, including the ESRI Foundation Module for i2's Analyst's Notebook: a powerful and flexible geospatial analysis tool with a host of military, intelligence, law enforcement and civilian applications.

The ESRI Foundation module for Analyst's Notebook embeds some of ArcGIS's powerful geospatial analysis capabilities, into Analyst's Notebook, i2's best-of-breed analytic solution. This will create a unique, dynamic and flexible platform for sharing and exploiting the full range of geospatial and intelligence data. It will allow users to efficiently and effectively analyze and visualize in time and space their mission critical intelligence within the Analyst's Notebook platform. "I think this is going to be of particular interest for our defense and intelligence customers," said i2 Vice President of Product Marketing Guillaume Tissot. "Human terrain mapping is an increasingly essential tool for ongoing counterinsurgency efforts in defense theaters of operation. Understanding and mapping the nuanced political, social, ethnic and religious networks in an area of operation is critical to COIN, and our collaboration with ESRI gives commanders and human terrain teams the best solution of its kind for accomplishing their mission."



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