Source: Intermap Technologies.
  • Intermap Technologies (IMP) has been selected by the U.S. Department of Defence for another stage to demonstrate its Geospatial Temporal Incident Data platform
  • The company will show how it can support the U.S. government with geo-precise data for situational awareness and planning processes
  • The Geospatial Temporal Incident Data platform includes events such as crime, riots, cybersecurity developments, and natural disasters
  • A demo of the platform for the Department of Defence will happen at the Thunderstorm 23-1 event this April
  • Intermap Technologies (IMP) is up 18.75 per cent, trading at $0.95 at 12:49 p.m. EST

Intermap Technologies (IMP) has received an invitation from the U.S. Department of Defence.

The company was selected by the U.S. Department of Defence to participate in another stage of demonstrating its Geospatial Temporal Incident Data platform.

After Intermap’s previous proposal was vetted and evaluated, the company was invited to present its newest artificial intelligence (AI) processing technology and show how it can support the U.S. government with geo-precise data for situational awareness and planning processes.

The Geospatial Temporal Incident Data platform includes human-caused events such as crime, population disturbances, riots, and cybersecurity developments, as well as natural disasters.

Intermap stated it will present and demo its advanced technology for the Department of Defence at the Thunderstorm 23-1 event this April.

“Leveraging the world’s largest commercial elevation data archive for training, our proprietary technology identifies current and past events of interest to visualize human-caused and natural hazard trends integrated with a high-resolution base map to anticipate potential and imminent issues in areas of interest,” stated Patrick A. Blott, Intermap Chairman and CEO.

Intermap’s digital tool integrates AI algorithms, machine learning (ML), natural language processing (NLP), global-scale multi-sensor-derived terrain, object and feature catalogs, and open-source global data.

These features help to identify, track, display and notify interested parties covering current world events, threats, and natural catastrophes.

Intermap Technologies (IMP) is up 18.75 per cent, trading at $0.95 at 12:49 p.m. EST.


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