OGSystems, TransVoyant Form Predictive Analytics Tech Partnership

big-dataTransVoyant and OGSystems have partnered to integrate a predictive analytics tool with OGSystems’ platform that works to help customers gain situational awareness as well as receive anomaly alerts and reports on operational risks.

The partnership aims to add TransVoyant’s Precise Predictive Intelligence system to the BlueGlass platform OGSystems designed to generate real-time insights through remote sensing, big data and cognitive analytics, OGSystems said Wednesday.

P2I employs behavioral analytics to examine trillions of global events such as weather, traffic, people movement, shipments and currency fluctuations.

John Goolgasian, associate partner for geospatial intelligence analytics at OGSystems, said BlueGlass will integrate TransVoyant’s predictive insights with other BlueGlass partners’ content to offer global intelligence for customers.

TransVoyant President and CEO Dennis Groseclose said the integrated technology platform will work to help users address national security risks through situational awareness and predictive analytics.

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