Cambridge Intelligence Releases KeyLines 5.0 for Complex Geospatial Data Visualization
Helps enterprises find hidden patterns in complex, connected data sets.
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Cambridge Intelligence has updated its flagship product, KeyLines 5.0. The latest version of the toolkit includes several new geospatial data features.
Using cutting-edge technologies such as WebGL, visualized location information can now be a potentially rich source of new data insights, from discovering fraud hotspots to understanding the location of cyber threats or monitoring IT network activity. KeyLines now enables analysts to better understand and untangle complex map-based data connections that were previously impossible to discern. KeyLines delivers a faster and easier mapping experience that makes it possible to visualize previously unseen connections in large and complex data sets.
The visualization engine in KeyLines 5.0 now supports a vast range of third-party map tile providers, giving complete control over how to see and interact with connections in geospatial data. Whether using plugins for geofencing and map layers or integrating with leading geospatial service providers such as Esri, KeyLines now delivers a comprehensive visualization solution across multiple data sources and providers.
KeyLines 5.0 can now use scalable background images in charts. Visualizing nodes and links on everything from floor plans to building footprints, transport hubs to IT network diagrams, enables insightful context to graph-based data. With the ability to smoothly transition between real maps, offline or image maps and network views, this opens up a whole new world of connected data analysis. In addition, the update features much faster and more responsive loading times for charts featuring multiple images.
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