Content connector software to aid governments in managing public security architectures
MuseGlobal, a provider of content connector software, has collaborated with Capgemini Government Solutions to provide content integration technology that is expected to affordably connect, collaborate on, analyze, investigate and identify public safety risks.
According to MuseGlobal, using its smart content connectors, law enforcement agencies are now able to extract key data from internal repositories and external sources at the federal, state, municipal, city and county levels to be accessed and integrated for analysis.
As part of the Capgemini Intelligence Grid, MuseGlobal’s customizable content connector software aims at aiding governments in setting up and managing new public security architectures.
Supported in part by MuseGlobal, the Capgemini Intelligence Grid allows the law enforcement agencies to connect to internet and legacy systems with relative ease, harvest data from connected systems and simultaneously search connected systems to locate the content being sought. The agency requesting the data can then be provided with a consolidated view of all information found on all source systems regarding the subject search topic.
Thomas Gensch, executive vice president of MuseGlobal, said: By focusing on the critical problem of content connection and integration, MuseGlobal is minimizing a cost center of custom IT projects and solutions for government entities. As a result, government organizations realize a lower cost of ownership while our partners protect their margins by reducing the amount of integration services they need to deliver.