CARTO powered Performance Trends App delivers for NYC Mayors Office

A recent NY Times article goes into detail on how the NYC Mayor is tracking his agenda targets and ‘promises’. It shows how the Application that Xentity and CARTO developed, deployed, and hosts is supporting such. Additional releases on this work includes: Press release by NYC and subcontractor Vizzuality blog by CARTO on the solution Some extracts […]

Powered by CARTO, the New York City Mayor’s Office Interactive Dashboard takes a real-time pulse of the city

Original Blog Post at CARTO and Press release by NYC and subcontractor Vizzuality Powered by CARTO, the New York City Mayor’s Office Interactive Dashboard takes a real-time pulse of the city Deeply understanding and visually exploring the complex data of a city is key to understanding how to make timely and effective decisions, and how to improve […]

Presented: Knowledge, Information, and Data Architecture Implementations at Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting (TRB)

As part of the TRB annual meeting, Xentity Architect, Jim Barrett, presented, as part of a workshop on one of Xentity’s Concepts on shifting where data, information and knowledge is invested in support of shifting needs. This session was titled “Knowledge, Information, and Data (KID) Architecture Implementations”. First, the Concept Presentation explains the general concept, then […]

Two Primary Geospatial Architecture Issues with Cognitive Processing

Veracity is still struggling to support integrated information products – need to learn from challenges to move to knowledge products The common theme is the various geospatial feature classes that are managed are typically managed in silo’s which cause permanent and major veracity issues in projection, granularity, level of detail, provenance, intended use vs. requested […]