The ObjectFX® staff includes a highly focused group of seasoned professionals dedicated to delivering maximum value to our government clients. From military and intelligence deployments, to homeland security and law enforcement – ObjectFX® has the unique ability to work directly with government managers or through our systems integrator partners to meet challenges in these key areas:
For over tens years, ObjectFX® has served the military community and defense industry with geospatial products and mapping services. Our geospatial products are literally “battle tested” in multiple fielded programs throughout the U.S. Department of Defense and elsewhere.
ObjectFX® is a trusted supplier to the intelligence community, and has been for well over a decade. Our SpatialFX® platform provides a robust Java/J2EE tool set for developing and deploying geospatial intelligence applications that integrate data from multiple sources. Our SpatialRules® product adds an additional dimension by allowing analysts to monitor moving objects and apply spatiotemporal analysis for threat and anomaly detection.
Long before terrorist threats were brought to the forefront by the 9/11 attacks, ObjectFX® software was deployed in federal and local government programs designed to guard the safety of our citizens and our physical infrastructure.
Unified Incident Command and Decision Support
The Unified Incident Command and Decision Support (UICDS) architecture is an innovative technology enabling easy integration of applications and systems, existing and new, for the sharing of information in support of Homeland Security. UICDS is rich in geospatial location information, which provides a common basis for processing and understanding of incident situational awareness.
State and Local Government
State and local governments have long been among the most active users of geospatial data. With front-line responsibility in areas such as land use and planning, taxation, utilities, public safety and emergency response, the ability to access and use geospatial data from a wide range of sources and in a distributed architecture is critical.