Berico Unveils Geospatial Resolution Software; Charlie Greenbacker Comments

Big Data, AppsBerico Technologies LLC has released an open source software program designed to collect structured geospatial data from unstructured text sources.

The Cartographic Location And Vicinity Indexer technology works to extract location names from unstructured text documents to generate geographic entities and resolve misspellings, alternate names and obscure references for geospatial analytics, Berico said Oct. 14.

Charlie Greenbacker, CLAVIN’s creator and a product manager at Berico, said a team of scientists and engineers collaborated with CLAVIN’s open source community for more than 18 months to develop the initial version.

CLAVIN is available under the Apache License and the company also offers subscription-based professional and support services to install, integrate and customize the software for customers.

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