Incorporate geospatial analysis to build a more thorough intelligence picture

IBM® i2® Analyst’s Notebook® Connector for Esri adds geospatial analysis to the capabilities of IBM i2 Analyst’s Notebook by integrating with Esri’s ArcGIS Server geospatial functionalities. It enables users to perform association, temporal and geospatial analysis in a single work environment and build a detailed and robust analysis picture more quickly. IBM i2 Analyst’s Notebook Connector for Esri improves the timely delivery of rich, actionable intelligence, including critical “who, what, why, when and where” analysis.

i2 Analyst’s Notebook Connector for Esri helps organizations to:

Build a thorough intelligence picture

Identify the geospatial significance of situations and events

Reduce dependencies on specialist GIS analysis teams

Optimize investments made in intelligence and geospatial analysis capabilities


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Capitalize on virtually all available data with one analytical picture that combines geospatial, association and temporal analysis

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Maximize analysis with a package of unique geospatial analytical capabilities

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Increase productivity with self service access to the Esri ArcGIS Server and multiple user friendly geospatial functionalities

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Improve presentations, briefings and reports with geospatial representations of the data

Capitalize on virtually all available data with one analytical picture that combines geospatial, association and temporal analysis

Maximize analysis with a package of unique geospatial analytical capabilities

Increase productivity with self service access to the Esri ArcGIS Server and multiple user friendly geospatial functionalities

Improve presentations, briefings and reports with geospatial representations of the data

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