The newest SpatialKey adds significant enhancements to the already powerful management, geospatial analysis and reporting dashboard. Extensive feedback from commanders, special units, patrol operations and crime analysts from a broad range of police and sheriff organizations helped shape this release of SpatialKey. The dashboard provides these groups the ability to interactively view and analyze data and create map-based reports using information from the agency's existing systems.
Key improvements in this SpatialKey release include the ability to:
-- Use charts and graphs for analysis and reports. -- Create and save personalized views of information, analysis and reports. -- Filter data by custom areas such as a focused patrol area or district. -- Understand and report on the impact of law enforcement initiatives using new reporting tools with side-by-side map views that can be used to compare the same area at different points in time. -- View multiple data sets concurrently. As an example, crime and offender location data could be overlaid to make it easier to see matches. -- Better manage information access and rights via Data, User and User Group administration tools.
"Universal Mind continues to exceed our expectations. I have never seen an organization translate their commitment to us into product capability with the speed these guys do," said Jon J. Griener, Chief of Police, Ogden, Utah. "The first version of SpatialKey was amazing. What they are doing with this release has blown us away. SpatialKey will totally change the way law enforcement leaders think about and work with information and the value it delivers to their organizations and communities. SpatialKey is a tool every commander should strongly consider."
"In this release of SpatialKey we focused on making it easy for the entire organization to work with information personalized to their needs and responsibilities," said Tom Link, Universal Mind's chief technology officer. "SpatialKey delivers a low-cost, easy-to-use means of working with previously difficult to integrate agency information sources."
SpatialKey pricing varies by the size of agency. A medium size agency should expect to pay between $15,000 - $30,000 for implementation, training and licensing fees in their first year of operation.
Built using Universal Mind's vast experience in the development of Rich Internet Applications (RIAs), SpatialKey is a framework for viewing, working with, and reporting on information based on a map location and time. SpatialKey is delivered as a rich browser-based application over a computer network either behind an organization's firewall or securely extended via the Internet. There is no desktop software to install or maintain. Any computer with a network connection and Adobe Flash 9 player can run the application.
About Universal Mind
Universal Mind provides professional services and solutions based on Rich Internet Application (RIA) technology for enterprises and public sector organizations. The company provides optimized web solutions and creates engaging user interfaces that enhance information delivery, solving critical business problems. The Universal Mind team, one of the largest collections of Adobe experts in the world, has completed hundreds of successful implementations for highly satisfied enterprise customers across industries and geographies. Featured on Inc. Magazine's 500 Fastest Growing Companies in 2007, Universal Mind was founded in 2003 and serves customers around the world with offices in Golden, Colorado and Westfield, Massachusetts.
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