Book a face-to-face meeting to see our interconnected intelligence in action
Throughout the DoDIIS 2022 we will be demonstrating how Janes unique data model links millions of assured data points across military capabilities and order of battle, equipment, events and defense markets to create a framework of interconnected intelligence,
that can be accessed via a system of your choice. The ability to visualize Janes open-source intelligence geospatially and integrate your own and third party data enhances situational awareness and reveals previously hidden connections.
Book a meeting with us at DoDIIS 2022 today to see Janes Intara in action.
Schedule your meeting using the calendar provided.
Demonstrations on the booth will include:
Janes Intara Inside Naval ISR and Force Protection
Focused around the identification of a Z-9D and a H-6J by a US naval vessel located in the pacific off the coast of China, Japan and the Philippines, this demonstration, built within the Esri ArcGIS platform showcases how Janes Intara can be integrated
into an existing naval system to deliver assured foundational intelligence to support intelligence workflows.
PLA(N) Expeditionary Capabilities & Pattern of Life Analysis
This analysis is built using Janes equipment – including equipment-to-equipment relationships and structured specifications data associated with each ship and related equipment – order of battle (ORBAT) units, equipment inventories, military
bases and other installations, events, imagery intelligence (IMINT), and market intelligence and forecasting data. Janes Intara, which is an API-accessible knowledge graph, structures the relationships between these entities and provides capabilities
for both integration into existing systems (including Esri ArcGIS) and interconnection with other data sources. As a result, the Janes knowledge graph functions as the backbone ontology and foundational intelligence data layer for integrating
multisource intelligence within Esri ArcGIS.
Janes Intara in Naval ISR and Integrated Naval Systems
This demonstration, built up on the Esri online platform, showcases how Janes interconnected intelligence can be integrated and used in commercial off the shelf systems and systems of record already available. This Naval ISR scenario is set in the pacific off the coast of China, Japan and the Philippines.