Press Release – Orkash announces World Wind-based Web 3.0 solution

An interesting sounding project based on NASA World Wind Java, although the site is very sparse on details it does make it sound like it’s the start of  SkyNet.

From GIS Development

New Delhi, India: Orkash has showcased its Web 3.0 solution for automated intelligence creation.

Designed on the enhanced version of NASA’s Earth browser, World Wind Java, the prototype is a comprehensive geospatially enhanced Web 3.0 solution automating the process of searching and contextualisation of information, from heterogeneous sources of unstructured data, on the worldwide web. The application consists of several layers and artificial intelligence based expert engines that integrate geospatial data analysis, visualisation and location contextualisation capabilities with Web services, semantic search and Web-mining technologies.

NASA’s World Wind Java technology forms the client side front-end as an Earth-browser, and integrates all the Web 3.0 services architected into a single application. World Wind is a central part of the technology’s architecture and has proven immensely scaleable for adding increased capabilities that benefit from a geospatial context. In an email statement, Patrick Hogan, Project Manager, World Wind, NASA stated “It is interesting to see this highly innovative adoption of World Wind technology by an Indian high tech company.”

Source : http://www.orkash.com

From SiliconIndia

New Delhi: In a bid to strengthen its hold in the technology field, Orkash, a management consulting and technology services company, unveiled its Web 3.0 solution for automated intelligence creation. The application based on NASA’s Earth browser World Wind Java is a comprehensive geospatially enhanced Web 3.0 solution.

The solution consists of several layers and artificial intelligence based expert engines. “The geographic component and domain context of information forms an essential part of our information interpretation and decision-making process. Hence, the need to create an Internet information system that can interpret the geospatial context and have understanding of unstructured data and collective intelligence that resides on the web.” said Ashish Sonal, CEO, Orkash Services, at the press conference for unveiling the solution.

The application can be applied in areas such as homeland security, supply chain, market and competitive intelligence, logistics, location risk management, disaster management, enterprise security, and battlefield C3I systems.

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