Core is an open source SQL-based query engine. Able to process up to billions of rows in milliseconds, it’s capable of unprecedented ingest speeds making it ideal for the era of big high-velocity data.
Immerse, a browser-based visualization client, works seamlessly with the OmniSci platform. Its instant cross-filtering gives you a sense of being one with the data and eliminates the cost of curiosity.
Render uses the GPU’s visual rendering prowess to make big data analytics immediate, interactive and visually rich, through pointmaps, heat maps, choropleths, scatterplots, and other visualizations.
Big data sits in data warehouses and lakes or continually streams in at high velocity. Whatever the source, the OmniSci GPU database can ingest millions of records per second via open source connectors and frameworks.
Develop custom analytics and data visualization apps on top of the open source OmniSci Core SQL engine. Push query results directly from OmniSci into your algorithms, without the data leaving the GPU database.
OmniSci Cloud extends the supercomputing capabilities of extreme analytics to the widest possible audience. Any analyst or data scientist can begin analyzing 100 million rows of data on the GPU database—immediately.
Instantly visualize and interact with hundreds of millions of tweets in real-time. Spot global or local trends and leverage them for new business or organizational value.
Follow ships through US coastal waters by visualizing over 11 billion rows of geospatial telematics data. Visualize seasonal impacts, critical logistics hubs, and waterways.
Explore every taxi ride in NYC over the last 7 years, a 1.2 billion record telematics dataset, combined with every NYC store within 30 meters of a taxi pickup or dropoff (data courtesy of Factual).
Analyze three decades of flight telematics data. Visualize seasonal impact nationally, regionally, or down to specific airports or flights, for granular market segmentation and myriad other business use cases.
Uncover new, valuable insights about the American people and workforce from over 38 million rows of data from the 2000-2015 US Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).
Become a sports analyst by interacting with over 7.5 million NBA plays over the past 13 seasons. Visualize player and team shot history, field goal, and 3-point percentages, and more.
Visualize and interact with 25 years of geocoded political contributions data for national or regional trends. Microsegment and market down to neighborhood or street level with granular detail.
Explore mobile network reliability, coverage, and quality of the top mobile US carriers on a national basis, then zoom all the way down to street and block level, to optimize uptime and customer service. Data courtesy of Tutela.
The OmniSci GPU database makes big data analytics interactive and scalable and drives the fastest analytics ROI. It drives innovation in GPU computing and transforms SQL performance with an open source core.
Whether you're a freelancer writing code, a data professional who wants to try before you buy, or an enterprise CIO, OmniSci makes it easy for you or your team to get started with GPU-accelerated analytics.
Browse technical documentation, by user type. Gain insights with fast, responsive graphics and SQL queries; install and configure an OmniSci instance; or extend OmniSci with custom charts and interfaces.
Automotive revenue streams are shifting, and the OmniSci platform is the key to unlocking the value from vehicle telematics data. Automotive OEMs, fleet managers, logistics and insurance companies turn to OmniSci for analytics at the scale and speed they need.
With the OmniSci GPU database, you can instantly find insights among billions of financial transactions, sensor streams, and social media posts to understand alternative market data, then develop financial models and accelerate analytics.
Get the insights you need to interact with disparate sources of customer data and visualize location data to adjust underwriting limits based on real-time insights, or rapidly identify fraudulent claims.
OmniSci lets logistics analysts visually interact with billions of rows of telematics and supply chain data in real-time. Visualize your operations during moments of peak demand, cross-filter by actual available inventory, and interact with location data on a driver’s routing options to streamline your operations and keep everything on schedule.
Query and visualize massive datasets generated by well exploration, drilling, and production processes in real-time with the OmniSci GPU database. Improve yields by analyzing massive volumes of mapping, leasing, site preparation, and drilling data.
Military, intelligence and civil authorities optimize logistics operations, identify trends for emergency management, leverage sensor IoT data for real-time situational awareness, and improve GEOINT.
Spot network anomalies for predictive maintenance, understand historic patterns of customer churn to build ML models, and improve your customer’s experience through localized analysis of signal strength.
The OmniSci open source SQL engine provides real-time interactivity at scale to drill into millions of smart meter and sensor records for anomaly detection, energy demand forecasting and predictive maintenance of field equipment.
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Unlocking the value of big vehicle telematics data with OmniSci
Visually interact with smart meter data at scale with OmniSci
Real-time operations require real-time data analytics
Too many analysts are burdened by the slow speed and lack of granularity offered by their mainstream big data analytics tools. Imagine being able to interact with huge volumes of data, effortlessly and instantly. Learn how OmniSci helps you become one with your data.
Be more productive, with faster and easier feature engineering. OmniSci visualization helps you explain models to colleagues who are not data scientists and helps with ongoing management of ML models.
Bridge the divide between BI and GIS data, to interactively explore up to millions of polygons and billions of mapped points, and cross-filter it to see it in the context needed for business intelligence.
Whether you want to read about the latest OmniSci release, the latest in LIDAR, or understand how OmniSCi can analzyze the effects of NASA spaceflight microgravity on mouse antibodies--it’s all here.
The world's largest telecommunications company uses OmniSci to operate more efficiently and serve customers more effectively.
Simulmedia uses OmniSci to analyze billions of weekly television viewing records to inform advertising decisions.
Skyhook uses OmniSci's advanced analytics engine to deliver exceptional, dependable performance to its users, despite the extreme scale of its data.
Tutela harnesses the power of the OmniSci platform, within its Tutela Explorer product as an OEM.
The Resource Center is a one-stop shop for assets that describe our place in the market and the impact for our customers—from industry-specific reports to case studies to videos of OmniSci leadership.
An introduction to GPU databases, including the benefits of GPU-acceleration, interconnectivity, and potential use cases.
A primer on data visualization, including popular techniques and how it's used to improve decision-making across every level in business and academia.
As the volume of data quickly increases, analysts and data scientists need an analytics system that provides insights at the speed-of-thought, avoiding lag-times and pre-processing. With GPU-accelerated analytics, they can analyze all of their Big Data—even billions of rows—in milliseconds.
The convergence of IoT and big data promises tremendous new business value and opportunities for enterprises across all major industries.
Filled with data analysts, data scientists, big data analysts, and developers of geospatial apps, touch on topics like: evaluating OmniSci, C++ memory persistence, spatial intersections or JDBC commands.
The forum is for anyone with questions or answers about anything OmniSci and its ecosystem. Members share events, interesting datasets, queries, code snippets, dashboards, and other artifacts.
OmniSci’s GitHub site hosts 35 code repositories. Download the open source SQL engine OmniSci Core and contribute code. Grab our charting library to quickly build custom apps, or supercharge your data science workflows with pymapd, the Python DB API 2.0-compliant OmniSci interface.
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