Bedrock is the foundation of all Geosite’s software applications, providing 80% of the standard functionality needed by most clients. The ability to leverage this foundation across use-cases allows Geosite to increase the performance and stability of our software applications as well accelerate delivery timelines and lower costs. Bedrock’s core features include:
Bedrock is currently able to join client-proprietary data (SCADA, IoT, GPS, CSV, SQL, and other), Geosite-created data including maps and risk/statistical model, and publicly-available data such as satellite imagery, drone data, terrain models, weather data, public records, public infrastructure data, and much more.
The volume and density of geospatial data is proliferating at an exponential rate due to the growing number of satellites, drones, IoT devices, and other sensor networks, as well as advances in data science techniques. However, the government’s ability to fully utilize those data has not kept pace with technology’s advancements. Despite the rapid increase in geospatial data, the ability to easily fuse discrete data sources into a single Common Operating Picture (COP) remains elusive.
Today, analysts individually query multiple data repositories to locate and access information they need. This can take days or weeks, and at times, a thorough search for the correct or most up-to-date data is not feasible, leaving intelligence and operational components reliant on old or incomplete data.
To overcome these challenges, Geosite has developed new methods of accessing, fusing, and surfacing geospatial data to fundamentally advance the world of data management & analysis and to make geospatial data more available to non-technical users. Geosite’s Desktop Recon application has the ability to pull data from multiple sources (satellites, drones, IoT devices, etc.) for both human and machine analysis in a collaborative platform where stakeholders can simultaneously contribute to a common understanding of the battlefield landscape.
Today, installation leaders primarily gather asset information via antiquated maps, which generally do not provide enough specific property details needed. Whether this includes up-to-date information related to disasters, building degradation, or simply understanding the building layout, these leave leaders with a persistent information gap. To bridge this gap, installation and garrison leaders need a different view of their property data.
Currently, Geosite is working with one of the world’s largest insurance conglomerates to break down traditional workflows and modernize their business practices through the integration of satellite and drone imagery, sensor networks, and advanced analytics tools.
Geosite’s Infrastructure Management application features:
Incident response teams protect communities of interest from emergency situations including natural or man-made disasters through humanitarian relief efforts. Unfortunately, many of these teams lack modern tools needed to fully capture and leverage the vast amount of data about a potential or ongoing incident. As a result, valuable time is lost to unnecessary manual data entry and analysis.
Geosite’s Incident Response application is designed to shorten the time between when a potential emergency scenario is detected to when responders hit the ground. This is achieved by better leveraging the extraordinary amount of data produced around every disaster, but that is often underutilized because it is not made actionable for responders.
Geosite’s Incident Response application features:
Current Use Case: The Air Force Rescue Coordination Center (AFRCC) is using Geosite’s Incident Response tool to modernize Search and Rescue (SAR) operations. Today, AFRCC triages distress calls, localizes the source, prioritizes immediacy, and parses local jurisdictions for response resources - at times a two hour process.
With Geosite, however, SAR controllers can quickly ingest, assign, review, and coordinate a SAR incident from any location, reducing triage times to a matter of minutes in the critical early moments of emergencies.
Organizations possess an exorbitant amount of data pertaining to parts, supplies, fuel, equipment, clothing, and other items to meet their logistics requirements. Current systems for managing these components are antiquated, leveraging stove piped spreadsheets that must be individually queried -- a labor intensive effort that diverts employee resources from higher priority tasks. This data gridlock drains resources and introduces operational risk as decisions are made with inaccurate or incomplete information.
Geosite's Inventory Management application overcomes these challenges by delivering an enterprise-level solution that provides real-time awareness of the organization's supply and logistics operations so leadership can make informed resource management decisions within actionable time frames.
Geosite’s Inventory Management application features: