BAE Systems Advanced Analytic Framework solutions, like Activity Based Intelligence (ABI) support big data analysis by bringing over 50 streams of information from airborne sensors, intelligence collectors, open sources, and other user-defined datasets into a single, integrated geospatial view.

“In contrast to the linear, stove-piped intelligence cycle of the Cold War, ABI has catalysed a shift to a dynamic, non-linear analysis process where analysts can easily integrate multiple data sources into a common intelligence picture,” said Jordan Becker, vice president of BAE Systems’ GEOINT-ISR business.

The centralized framework ABI provides is also enhancing intelligence collaboration. Analysts in multiple agencies can work concurrently, sharing information and using their unique expertise to solve the same intelligence problem in real-time. The shared environment created by ABI is enhancing the analysts’ ability to rapidly explore patterns and trends across time and space to unravel unknowns and understand complex relationships. In some cases, analysts have reported that tasks that would take as many as three weeks to accomplish, were reduced to less than three hours when using BAE Systems ABI software.

“Our Advanced analytic solutions are giving analysts an ‘easy button’ that significantly enhances their ability to discover mission-critical intelligence,” said Patrick Biltgen, BAE Systems’ ABI engineer.  “ABI has spawned a Facebook-like culture of sharing and collaboration that is taking intelligence analysis to a new level of sophistication.”

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