Geospark Analytics partners with Esri to enable AI risk and threat assessment offerings through GIS

Geospark Analytics will make their global event data, global activity models and country, city and regional stability assessment models available as feature services and as packaged applications through the ArcGIS Marketplace.

Geospark Analytics partners with Esri to enable AI risk and threat assessment offerings through GIS
Geospark Analytics partners with Esri to enable AI risk and threat assessment offerings through GIS

Geospark Analytics partners with Esri to enable AI risk and threat assessment offerings through GIS

Geospark Analytics has announced today that it became an official member of the Esri Partner Network. The partnership will bring Geospark Analytics data and risk assessment models to the Esri community. Geospark Analytics will make their global event data, global activity models and country, city and regional stability assessment models available as feature services and as packaged applications through the ArcGIS Marketplace.

The integration of Geospark Analytics’ AI models is an immediate and substantial force multiplier for GIS users to leverage. Through the integration of Geospark Analytics AI models, Esri users will be able to analyze streaming content, immediately understand global stability levels and forecasts, and build narrative summaries to display and forecast global events that impact stability, threat and risk levels.

“Membership in the global Esri Partner Network gives us the ability to better collaborate with industry leaders and bring the innovative power of Hyperion to a wider user base, while continuing to work closely with Esri’s architecture and future development,” said Omar Balkissoon, chief executive officer of Geospark Analytics.

“We are excited to have Geospark Analytics join Esri’s partner community and offer their AI models and insights as a content service to the ArcGIS community and beyond,” said Jeff Wilson, Emerging Business Manager at Esri. “Their global event and stability data, combined with our users’ geospatial content, will provide a unique new capability for decision making and planning, and assessing strategic opportunity and risk.”