• August 7, 2006
  • News

Visualize unstructured data

Inxight Federal Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Inxight, and Visual Analytics (VAI) announce that Inxight's ThingFinder fact extraction software will be integrated with VAI's VisuaLinks and its Digital Information Gateway (DIG) Symphony to view tagged data and relationships. The two companies say the combination of ThingFinder, VisuaLinks and DIG Symphony will enable analysts to understand relationships and events more effectively than other solutions in the marketplace.

Inxight says ThingFinder transforms unstructured text by identifying important entities, such as people, places, organizations, weapons, currencies, phone numbers, license plates, vehicles, etc. Further, it adds, it also extracts facts and events involving these entities, such as travel events, purchase events and "member-of" relationships. DIG Symphony and VisuaLinks platforms then operate on these entities to bring clarity to investigations and intelligence analysis, enabling investigators and analysts to turn large volumes of disparate data into actionable intelligence, says VAI.

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