How It Works: A Cloud-Based, Real-Time IoT/5G Data Visualization Platform

Converge multiple live data streams and time series data into one platform.

Live Earth is the world’s most advanced real-time IoT/5G data visualization platform.  It can integrate seamlessly with business data feeds at the enterprise level.

The platform was originally developed for US Special Operations Forces to bring real-time data feeds onto a single interactive map showcasing a dynamic battlefield with advanced situational awareness and location intelligence.

Organizations around the world trust the Live Earth platform to bring time-sensitive information into one visualized platform, helping to drive faster response times, save costs, and better prepare the future with actionable intelligence.

View Your World Differently on the Live Earth Platform

Live Earth displays dozens of existing data streams and allows you to connect your own systems with ready-to-go 3rd Party connectors. It is configurable to your needs and allows you to instantly turn data layers on and off, increasing your situational awareness and gives you the real-time information you need to act on quickly.

Live Earth is the most dynamic platform available today.  It is capable of ingesting 600+ million events per hour, in real-time, with the capability to review historical data in sync for greater insights into your operation.  With this functionality, organizations can access macro views of their operations and drill down to micro views that provide a broad and deep view of their business.

Live Earth accommodates current IoT devices, sensors and systems and is prepared to expand with your organization to adopt emerging 5G IoT technology. 

Live Earth supports multiple markets that include Finance, Insurance, Energy, Defense/Law Enforcement, and Transportation/Logistics to name a few.  The platform empowers organizations to improve efficiency and their understanding of emerging trends and critcal scenarios.

Real-Time Data Feeds Are Everywhere

Nearly everything has sensors that can be connected (from measuring soil temperature to traffic cameras or video feeds from stadiums). These sensors hold raw geospatial data that Live Earth’s platform helps converge, interpret, and visualize. The faster this data can be retrieved and processed, the greater your advantage.

Cloud for Real-TIme Data Streams

Live Earth ingests and stores billions of events in real time, nearly 600 million events per day — from multiple sources. With Live Earth, you can view real-time, live data and retrieve, reconstruct and review any historical incident almost instantly. Live Earth stitches together data from multiple sources so you can focus your attention on what’s most important for each scenario.

World's Fastest Map

No other platform can pull the amount of data Live Earth collects and stores and render it as quickly as we do. Once your data is processed and in the cloud, Live Earth syncs and animates it to create a visual depiction on a map. The intuitive interface makes it easy for anyone to use, with concepts familiar to those you use on your smartphone or tablet. Seamlessly search, pan, zoom, rewind, and pause to access pertinent information and compare past events to better inform future processes.

Get Going Quickly

Live Earth’s out-of-the-box platform can usually be deployed within a day and customized to meet your needs. With no advanced training or GIS requirements, it is truly a seamless solution to input and visualize multiple data feeds. Save yourself and your clients valuable time by eliminating the need to learn and understand complex systems. Live Earth can be used in many ways. 

“It’s situational awareness at a glance. You can look at it across the room and see what hot spots there are, where things are happening. It’s pretty important for us.”

– Sgt. John Michael O’Hare and Stephen Biancardi, Hartford Police Dept

Available for Commercial, State & Local Use with the support of our growing network of Technology Partners & Resellers.

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