Boeing Adds to Analytic Software Line with 3 New Products
- Expanded TAC offerings provide improved analysis, visualization, information management
Boeing [NYSE: BA] has expanded its line of TAC analytic software with three new products to bolster customers' data monitoring, information management and analysis abilities.
TAC+, Mobile TAC and the TAC+ Investigation Module enhance the existing line of Boeing knowledge management software, enriching data discovery capabilities and providing a new access point for users to constantly monitor content.
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"These improvements help analysts sift through extensive volumes of data to focus on relevant information and form quick, decisive conclusions," said Sparky Olsen, director of Boeing's Intelligence Systems Group.
Mobile TAC, the first mobile application designed for the TAC software line, allows users to view real-time, secure data on their mobile device. It allows on-the-go access to real-time information, plus the ability to collaborate and take action while working remotely.
The Boeing TAC+ software upgrade is designed to help analysts make more accurate, rapid, informed decisions. It features a new user-friendly interface with streamlined, single-click navigation and improved workflow, resulting in faster data sorting capabilities. Other upgrades include a powerful new geospatial tool embedded directly into the interface to enhance situational awareness.
The TAC+ Investigation Module seamlessly organizes data gathered through the TAC interface into structured case files. This capability allows users to perform customizable, in-depth, collaborative analysis.
Launched in 2006, the TAC line of products is a trusted and widely used knowledge management technology that persistently monitors data in real time and extracts relevant information.
Boeing is showcasing the TAC line of products in live demonstrations at the GEOINT Symposium in Tampa, Fla.
Source : The Boeing Company (NYSE: BA) - view original press release
Apr 26 - 28, 2017 - Washington, United States