Geospark Analytics has won a 3-year contract from NATO for use of the company’s Hyperion global threat and risk assessment platform and API.
Geospark Analytics’ cloud-based Hyperion platform provides analysts and operators with situational awareness and AI-driven risk assessments augmented, with automated risk reports for every spot on the globe. Hyperion was also a finalist for NATO’s 2020 Innovation Challenge.
“Geospark Analytics is thrilled to extend our current contracts with NATO to a new multi-year agreement for use of Hyperion, as well as our data and AI models,” said Geospark Analytics CEO Amanda Brownfield.
“This is the fifth contract we signed with defense and foreign affairs organizations in the last two months,” she continued. “They need AI-driven technology that offers global scale, machine speed, precision geolocation, augmented analytics — all without analytic bias! Our Hyperion platform makes the extraordinary leap from ‘hey look here to hey look here because we think this will happen.’”
Hyperion’s AI engine continually analyzes streaming publicly available information across the globe, identifies anomalies in activity levels, assesses stability and forecasts future instability for every country, producing a computer-generated risk report.