/UCW/ HUNTSVILLE, AL – Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure has launched Intergraph® InSight Explorer, a self-serve, web-based crime mapping and analysis application for law enforcement agencies. Intergraph InSight Explorer empowers agencies to discover, analyze and visualize complete crime, incident and operational data. With richer insight and clearer presentation of complex information, agencies can uncover trends and patterns that assist investigations and improve the allocation of resources.
Intergraph InSight Explorer allows analysts to search through and interpret large volumes of unstructured and structured data to make more informed decisions. The application displays data in map and tabular format with interactive widgets, charts and filters for in-depth analysis. It also speeds up the investigative process by allowing detectives and investigators to perform simple analysis, freeing analysts to concentrate on the most demanding tasks.
“A vital component to successful crime reduction is the ability to search through and analyze the vast amounts of available data to provide a solid basis for decision-making,” said Jack Williams, product manager, Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure. “Intergraph InSight Explorer brings all this information together in one easy-to-use tool for analyzing the complete picture. With it, agencies can reduce the cost and burden of analysis and increase productivity. And with a clearer presentation of complex information, they can deploy resources more effectively and better inform their leadership, political stakeholders and citizens.”
Intergraph InSight Explorer leverages next-generation NoSQL search capabilities that unlock the value of unstructured text data — such as modus operandi (M.O.) details, property descriptions and gang names — found in narratives, reports and event remarks. When combined with the structured data collected in coded fields within records management systems and computer-aided dispatch systems, it delivers the context required to understand the complete picture.
By leveraging the power of Elasticsearch, Intergraph InSight Explorer supports organizations that need a big data solution. The software can easily process millions of records of structured and unstructured data from multiple, historically siloed sources and combine them into a single crime mapping and analysis application. By combining unstructured data, tabular results, fuzzy logic, geo-referenced data and non-XY data, it delivers a more complete analysis. Intergraph InSight Explorer provides out-of-the-box integration with Intergraph InPursuit WebRMS and Intergraph Computer-Aided Dispatch (I/CAD) and can be integrated with third-party data sources for unified access.
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