Advanced Analytics

Harris' advanced analytics solutions gets the job done when extracting accurate information in a timely manner from large data sets is critical. We focus directly on the right data for your application, transforming that data into actionable information so that you can make decisions with greater confidence. 

Reduce Time to Higher Confidence Decisions

Harris has 150 image and data scientists who develop advanced analytics to solve the toughest problems of the U.S. government and industry.  Our capabilities and experience span the entire image acquisition chain – from modeling the target scene to developing the collection system and the subsequent ground processing system. Add in our advanced knowledge of imaging phenomenologies and we are uniquely poised to develop state-of the-art algorithms that automatically extract information from collected data. Harris is also at the forefront of multi-modal analytics, fusing multiple data sources using multiple phenomenology physics to extract information content from data sets.

After evaluating the intended application, our scientists select, customize, and develop analytics to meet your unique needs. This involves developing and characterizing a prototype and then fully testing it with either your mission data or simulated mission data to validate the performance of the analytics.

Our analytics automatically measure system image and data quality of operational systems. Therefore, our solutions monitor system performance and immediately flag users should any issues arise. This translates to significant reductions in cost because you will not need operators to manually quality control the collected data. It also allows operators to quickly diagnose and fix any issues as they occur. 

Our mature analytics are commercially available in our ENVI® products.

Features

  • Advanced analytics that convert data into useable information
  • Analytics that automatically monitor the quality of imagery/data
  • Algorithm prototyping and development, including:
    • Three-dimensional reconstruction
    • Target detection, track aggregation, pattern-of-life analysis, and normalcy modeling
    • Enhancement: calibration/fusion/pan-sharpening