Engineering Link Analysis provides foundational understanding of the area of operations pivotal operations in an area. Multiple layers of intelligence data from a myriad of collection platforms are overlaid to give an understanding of the overall intelligence picture. The creation of links and relationships between these layers, locations, events, people, and organization, adds a deeper understanding. The geospatial picture is enriched with geospatial analytics forming a fused geospatial picture, enhancing the users knowledge, providing a space to save knowledge base and methods to export and disseminate.


Engineering Link Analysis focuses on making geospatial capabilities on an easy-to-use, Google Earth platform. Google provides an industry standard mapping tool requiring little to no training, embedded into an HTML5 webpage creating an easy to use platform on a web-page. Additional apps are excel, kml and iPhone upload.


Engineering Link Analysis is undergoing product expansion under the Army Research Development and Engineering Command supporting full motion video analysis and analytics. This will be further extended supporting AF sensor platforms and GEOINT data feeds.




Features

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Engineering Link Analysis (ELA) provides Google Earth overlays and link analysis capabilities in a thin-client environment. Analysts in the field find link analysis difficult in daily operations.
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Engineering Link Analysis (ELA) provides Google Earth overlays and link analysis capabilities in a thin-client environment. Analysts in the field find link analysis difficult in daily operations.
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Engineering Link Analysis (ELA) provides Google Earth overlays and link analysis capabilities in a thin-client environment. Analysts in the field find link analysis difficult in daily operations.
blonde_woman_1.39-650x465
Engineering Link Analysis (ELA) provides Google Earth overlays and link analysis capabilities in a thin-client environment. Analysts in the field find link analysis difficult in daily operations.