Tap into the Internet of Things (IoT) to analyse and display real-time data from sensors, devices, and social media feeds. Gain situational awareness from your streaming data whether you are tracking moving assets or stationary sensors. Focus on every event that matters most to you with real-time monitoring and big data analysis so you can make the right decision, at the right time.
All data, all the time
Leverage configurable inputs for any kind of data. ArcGIS GeoEvent Server can receive and interpret events from any data stream, including stationary sensors such as weather stations, moving assets such as vehicles, or events like crime and accidents.
Streaming and real-time data often result in high volumes of collected information. Use ArcGIS GeoAnalytics Server to run batch analytics on this data to see where incidents occurred, examine where patterns have emerged, and determine the route of moving assets. Beyond being a complementary product to your real-time feeds, GeoAnalytics Server can analyse your own GIS data and data from other sources like Hadoop Distributed File System, Amazon S3, and Microsoft Azure Blob.
Process and filter data as it's received, including filtering for specific attributes in high-velocity and high-volume data. Determine spatial relationships of events with an established geofence such as a point, line, or polygon.
Big data analysis
Leverage the power of distributed computing to analyse and aggregate large amounts of stored data. Solve problems more effectively by using lightning fast analytical tools, from the simple to the complex. Detect how data has changed over time and pinpoint areas of interest. Find relationships, patterns, and anomalies with analytics in GeoAnalytics Server.
ArcGIS GeoEvent Server receives and analyses events from a variety of data streams. Configure inputs including stationary sensors such as weather stations, moving assets such as vehicles, or point-in-time events like crime and accidents.
Visualise IoT data on a dynamic dashboard with charts, gauges, maps, and other visual elements that show the status and performance of vital assets and events in real time. Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS can deliver a complete operating picture of your real-time, big data.
Control how you want to disseminate the data by configuring outputs in the format you want. Whether by email or text message, you decide how an alert is sent to stakeholders.
Store and share observations and analysis. Make the data accessible for visualisation, understanding, and improved decision-making. Control who and how much you share with users and groups.
See real-time data capabilities in action
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