Logistics Operations for Defense
Logistics Data is Key to Operational Analysis & Readiness
Sun Tzu wrote that “Every battle is won before it's ever fought.” Logistics has always been one of the greatest determinants of military operational readiness. Equipment shortgages for a deployed combat unit can lead to operational failure. Meanwhile, excess equipment back home leads to rising inventory costs, unnecessary disposal, and a culture of fraud, waste, and abuse. As the Department of Defense modernizes its supply chain and logistics operations, the use of large datasets and big data integration in logistics is critical to tracking supply, forecasting demand, and ensuring prompt delivery.
Supporting Global Operations and Logistics from a Single Dashboard
OmniSci gives defense and logistics leaders the ability to exploit and analyze global logistics operations data through rapid crossfiltering of large and disparate datasets. This provides tactical decision making to guide troops and supplies, optimize supply chain networks, assess infrastructure, predict maintenance needs, and meet strict timelines. These logistics analytics can be layered over geographic datasets, to support real-time big data analytics and interactive visualization for logistics operations.
Accelerated Logistics System Analysis for Global Operations
Traditional logistical data services lack the real-time data ingestion and visualization capabilities offered by OmniSci for critical logistics and operational readiness testing and decision making. OmniSci is already used to accelerate analytics for federal, public sector, and defense and intelligence customers across a plethora of use cases. From logistics operations and emergency management, to situational awareness and all-source intelligence analysis, OmniSci is the dashboard that analyzes and visualizes massive big data in logistics with millisecond results. See how OmniSci enables GPU-accelerated defense analytics and GPU-accelerated public sector analytics for instant insights in these solution briefs.
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