Objectivity becomes member of NVAC

Published 6 March 2006

Sunnyvale, California-based Objectivity has become a Gold Member to DHS’s National Visualization and Analytics Center (NVAC). NVAC is led by the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. DHS established NVAC in 2004 to provide scientific guidance and coordination for the research and development of new tools and methods that DHS has identified as required for managing, visually representing, and analyzing large amounts of diverse data and information. Development of these visualization tools will enable analysts to identify signs of terrorist attacks in their earliest stages and ultimately prevent terrorist plots before they occur. The four core responsibilities of NVAC are research and development; education; technology evaluation and implementation; and integration and coordination of research programs across government agencies.

Objectivity is a technology leader in data management products and services for software applications with demanding data management challenges.

-read more about NVAC at organization Web site; read more about Objectivity at company Web site