Modus Operandi’s Software Has a New M.O.

October 4, 2011

Looks like this project has the capability to spread. Modus Operandi’s new software will speed up access to intelligence reports that are put into a common format, ultimately allowing U.S. intelligence to be one step closer to communicating effectively and efficiently across its various networks.

The press release, “Modus Operandi Completes New Software To Provide Faster Access to Intelligence Reports,” gave us some introductory information:

“The applications, which are now available for download and use by the entire DCGS-SIGINT community, automate the process of converting SIGINT reports from multiple formats to one metadata community standard format,” said George Eanes, vice president of business development at Modus Operandi.”

These two software applications, Wave XSLT Generator and Metacard Generator, bring some exciting possibilities to the table, thanks to the Small Business Innovative Research Phase III project.

The technology was developed to completely change the pre-existing differing formats of structured and unstructured data into the same one. That information then posts to the Distributed Common Ground/Surface System Signals Intelligence Integrated Backbone.
Those two main actions yield essentially an electronic index that analysts can search and access data that was originally produced by multiple platforms.

More woe for humans working in the information vineyards.

Megan Feil, October 4, 2011

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