Vencore Presents Latest ABI Findings at GEOINT Symposium

Mac Curtis, Vencore

Mac Curtis, Vencore

Vencore Inc. debuted May 17 its latest Activity Based Intelligence (ABI) findings at the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation GEOINT Symposium in Orlando, Fla.

“We are investing in developing the ABI analytic technique because we know the value it will bring to our customers and believe our people can play a critical role in helping the world become a safer place,” Vencore President and CEO Mac Curtis said. “ABI is becoming increasingly valuable in the decision-making process for government agencies. As a front runner, Vencore offers unparalleled expertise to help implement an end-to-end solution, from analysis to action.”

ABI is a problem-solving methodology that is helping the intelligence community streamline the processing and analysis of the vast amounts of intelligence data it collects every day. Interactive visualization techniques let analysts convey important relationships and correlate complex data holdings to better understand adversary activities and forecast intent.

As part of an internal research and development project, Vencore is using its technical expertise in systems integration to gather and analyze open source data at a massive scale and increase the speed with which companies can garner actionable intelligence.

Vencore is working with partner companies to monitor activities in Syria by tracking and analyzing unclassified, open-source data. Partner companies involved in the project include Recorded Future, Praescient Analytics, East View Geospatial and Continental Mapping.

Related: Vencore Wins Systems Engineering and Integration Work Contract Valued at More Than $400 Million



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