Includes multi-threading indexing, factor management and modelling capabilities
Spadac has launched Signature Analyst 3.2, a new version of geospatial predictive analytics tool that includes multi-threading indexing, factor management and organisation, and modelling capabilities.
Spadac said that the new version provides insights into actionable intelligence required to make decisions about future events. The feature enhancements include KML Support to create factors, events and areas of interest (AOI) from KML links along with an option to export assessments to KML. The new version also allows users to compute the nearest neighbour distances (NND) from raster data.
The multi-threaded indexing feature is expected to improve speed when using multiple processors to generate an assessment. The 3.2 version also includes a new analysis tool to compare assessments, providing analysts the capability to compare outputs from different models and assessments generated from different inputs, the company said.
Other capabilities include: dendrogram usability enhancements that allow users to visualise event clusters; a new mechanism to organise factors into groups that can be shared across projects; an added option to the ArcMap extension that allows users to export factors and associated attributes into an Excel spreadsheet; and a new graphic interface that allow users to visualise and filter events.
Peter Borissow, product manager of Spadac, said: “We have evolved our product offerings to provide mission-critical support for our clients. By providing warfighters and security teams with the most technologically advanced spatial information and assessments, new areas of opportunities or risk can be identified and hidden relationships can be uncovered.”