Accelerate the transformation of data to valuable insights with the power of LUMIFY
Actionable intelligence requires swift analysis of vast amounts of information. Mission success depends on the ability to rapidly sort through vast quantities of data varying in size, source, and format. Intelligence analysts need the right tools that empower them to make the quick, informed decisions that our national security demands.
Altamira’s LUMIFY is a powerful big data fusion, analysis, and visualization platform that supports the development of actionable intelligence. Users discover complex connections and explore diverse relationships in their data through a suite of analytic options, including graph visualizations, full-text faceted search, dynamic histograms, interactive geospatial views, and collaborative workspaces shared in real-time. Designed with cloud-based architectures in mind, Lumify works out of the box on Amazon’s AWS environment and runs on most on-premise cloud environments.
- Speed and Scale. Queries run as fast as your underlying database can support, allowing you to take advantage of your existing data infrastructure for data ingest, streaming, complex queries, etc.
- Non-Proprietary Data Storage. Lumify sits on top of standard data platforms and fits into your analytic eco-system. Data storage is non-proprietary, and Lumify works with your existing data to enable sharing across your analytic tools and systems.
- Bring Your Own Analytics Capability. Lumify’s infrastructure allows you to attach new analytic tools that will work in the background to monitor changes and assist analysts as they sort through complex information. We provide a well-defined API that allows you to map analytic inputs and outputs to object types in Lumify.
- Browser-Based Access. No need to install Lumify on individual workstations, Lumify works on the server. Access a fully functioning version of Lumify everywhere you have a browser.
- Real-Time and Secure Collaboration. Analysts can instantly share their workspaces with their colleagues, control individual access, and set separate controls based on security classification.