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How to create KML files for use in ObjectFX’s SpatialRules

February 3rd, 2012 by Sanjay Gangal

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Learn how to create geo-boundaries and integrate them into SpatialRules through the use of KML files.  SpatialRules® by ObjectFX is a Complex Event Processing (CEP) engine for geospatial data.

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According to ObjectFX, here is what you can do with SpatialRules:

  • Monitor large volumes of data in real time as it is collected
  • Perform analysis across multiple data sources
  • Integrate geofencing and spatiotemporal analysis through a service-oriented, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) product
  • Enforce policies and standards
  • Automate forensics based on the past and current experience of the entire enterprise
  • Filter and route data based on areas of responsibility
  • Provide monitoring and analysis continuity throughout the enterprise and across shift changes
  • Integrate as a service with any development environment including Java, .NET, Python, Ruby, and more
  • Visualize results using Google Earth/Maps, ESRI, and other third party viewers in addition to SpatialFX
  • Accept input as KML/KMZ, GeoRSS, GML, Shapefiles


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