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Tuesday, November 4th, 2014

The “Importance of Now” in Spatial Functions across the Real-Time Enterprise

One of the greatest challenges in location analytics is the optimization and acceleration of the relational database model. Significant numbers of local, state, and federal government users, combined with substantial commercial interests, have developed relational databases for storage and retrieval of spatial topology and geometry –points, lines, and polygons using IBM’s DB2 technology. 

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

Security Breaches Reveal Need to Integrate Sensor Systems into Intelligent Networks

Two well-publicized incursions at heavily protected U.S. facilities this summer illustrate the glaring weaknesses that still remain in high-tech perimeter security systems. Although the breaches were ultimately benign, the incidents at JFK Airport in New York and the Y-12 nuclear weapons plant in Tennessee serve as not-so-subtle reminders of the high stakes involved in safeguarding