Altamira, ATIC Form Analytics Collaboration; Jonathan Moneymaker Comments

Jonathan-Moneymaker
Jonathan Moneymaker

Altamira Technologies and the Advanced Technical Intelligence Center have signed a partnership agreement to develop analytics tools and offer workforce development services for the U.S. government sector.

The alliance will focus on developing technologies and methods to address the analytical workforce needs of intelligence, defense and law enforcement agencies, Altamira said Monday.

Jonathan Moneymaker, chief strategy officer at Altamira, said the company intends to support ATIC’s mission to help agencies solve national security issues through technology.

Altamira developed an open source platform designed to analyze connections and relationships in big data.

The firm’s Lumify software is built to provide users with a web-based interface, visualization technology, interactive geographic maps and a collaborative workspace.

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