Pipeline Innovation Awards Finalist

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Paris, May 16th – Intersec, leading vendor of real-time streaming analytics software has announced today that it has received Runner-Up in the “Innovations in Analytics” category for its GeoInsights solution in the Pipeline Innovation Awards. Marion Choppin, Marketing Director, was onsite in Nice, France to accept the award. The ‘Innovations in Analytics’ category recognizes innovations related to the analysis and visualization of Big Data and business intelligence solutions.

With over 277 selected nominees entering the competition in 17 categories and judges being industry professionals from Telenor, Telstra, MTN South Africa, Centurylink, WOW and ICT Intuition, this nomination is of great value and proves Intersec ranks amongst the main actors of the Big Data Analytics market.

For this award, Intersec competed with its GeoInsights Solution that collects, filters, analyses and presents all types of metadata from different types of networks (Wi-fi, Mobile, LoRa…). Based on its disruptive location platform, the solution processes both historical and real-time data at great speed; providing operators, companies and local authorities with a highly responsive solution to produce heat maps, location-based studies & real-time analysis of massive data -in full compliancy with all legal requirements regarding personal data protection.
These studies can combine analysis of past data to detect patterns with on the fly data and trigger automated actions.

"Each year the Pipeline Innovation Awards recognize the technology companies that are leading the industry with significant technical advancements," said Scott St. John, Managing Editor of Pipeline. "The competition was especially fierce this year with hundreds of nominations being reduced to less than thirty semi-finalists and just two finalists per category. Being a runner-up in the Innovation in Analytics category demonstrates the highest level of innovation at Intersec, which has been validated by key technical executives from within their target market."