Faced with limited information technology resources, a natural gas pipeline company operating in a very competitive, commodity market found a way to gain efficiency and competitive advantage from its geographic information systems data by using Visual Fusion data visualization software from IDV Solutions.
IDV Solutions said Tuesday that it will release Visual Command Center 2.0, a new version of its risk awareness and response software, this October.
Security operations centers across the United States and around the world have been kept busy with natural disasters like Hurricane Isaac, major events such as the Paralympics and political conventions, global aviation incidents in Europe, and acts of terrorism.
IDV Solutions Inc. has released a free, publicly accessible visualization application that lets users interactively explore more than 60 years’ worth of data about tornadoes in the United States.
Lansing-based IDV Solutions and Edmonton, Canada-based PPM 2000 Inc. Wednesday announced a first round of integration between their respective security products, Visual Command Center risk visualization and response software and Perspective incident reporting and investigation management software.
IDV Solutions has updated Visual Command Center with new features to help security departments identify risks, interrogate threats, and initiate action.
The Lansing security visualization software provider IDV Solutions and the Rio de Janeiro IT services provider Allen said Tuesday that they plan to jointly develop opportunities in Brazil’s growing security market.
Fetch, a mobile application from Lansing-based IDV Solutions, is the subject of a new case study that describes how the software uses cloud capabilities to link mobile users with their enterprise data.
Lansing-based IDV Solutions Wednesday announced that its new Visual Command Center software has been deployed by Microsoft as the centerpiece of the operations platform in its three Global Security Operations Centers.
IDV Solutions’ new Visual Command Center physical security visualization software will be featured in the Microsoft Global Security booth, the company announced Thursday. The annual Microsoft Worldwide Public Safety Symposium runs from March 13 – 15, on Microsoft’s campus in Redmond, Wash.