the Future of Location Intelligence
To get the full picture, generating geospatial data must include all types of data sources, including social data, remote sensing where applicable, data analytics, and data visualization. Data generated from geospatial data sources should be added to the already generated structured and unstructured data, open-source, third-party, internal, and collected data to identify patterns, trends, and threats.
When using OSINT tools for analyzing news, social media and other online data, one key element is often missing - the location-based data in real-time that can be a matter of life and death in the case of natural disasters. Although many OSINT solutions can detect who said what to whom, pinpointing the physical location in real-time is normally not included in the analysis due to a lack of geospatial capabilities.
Cobwebs Technologies, a world leader in web intelligence, introduces WebLoc - a cutting-edge location intelligence platform that gathers and analyzes web data...