Ray Williams: Radiant Solutions Uses AI, Other Emerging Tech to Help Clients Gain Insights From Data

Ray Williams

Ray Williams, vice president and general manager of agile intelligence business at Maxar TechnologiesRadiant Solutions subsidiary, has discussed how his business works to help clients quickly generate insights from data sources in support of national security, environmental and humanitarian efforts.

Williams explained in a blog post published Thursday how the company leverages artificial intelligence, machine learning, analytics, agile development, cloud and other emerging technologies to deliver capabilities.

Those capabilities are predictive analytics; advanced tradecraft and agile intelligence; interactive mission planning; and advanced data visualization.

He mentioned some of his goals for Radiant Solutions’ agile intelligence business and one of those is to help customers speed up the decision-making process to help them meet their geospatial requirements.

Williams also expressed his intent to introduce the company’s organic capabilities and offerings such as Human Landscape, AFIX and Goethite.

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