Thursday, February 14, 2008
Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) is at the top of their game when it comes to GIS, and they are using their expertise to save time, money, and lives. Their newly released GeoBlade Crimes is guaranteed to make a difference in local government organizations across the nation. GeoBlade Crimes is just one of the multitudes of “blades” incorporated into the GeoBlade toolset. Blades are additional functionalities to the core viewer, specific to an agency’s departmental needs.
GeoBlade Crimes is designed to give Police and Sheriff Departments the ability to make intelligent decisions that will help make their city or county a safer place to live. GeoBlade Crimes also gives public safety users the ability to create pin maps for incidents, accidents, arrests, citations, and sexual predators in a seamless GIS interface that directly connects to an organization’s Crime Record Management databases. This application gives users the ability to run geographic analysis for crime trends, generate high quality incident reports, and print maps with crime data.
GeoBlade Crimes is unique due to its ability to leverage any Crime RMS platform and the fact that it is built on the latest ESRI technology; this gives users a true return on investment that leverages their existing GIS and Crimes RMS platforms. GeoBlade Crimes is the bridge between these two applications that puts incident and GIS data in the hands of every public safety official. “GeoBlade Crimes is the most powerful enterprise-wide crime analysis package,” said James Kelt, Regional Manager for GTG. “It gives officers the ability to see crime data in a whole new light.” For more information on the GeoBlade software suite, visit www.geotg.com/geoblade or call 888-757- 4222.
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