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OrganizationAcronymOrganization DescriptionWebsiteCountry
Atheon AnalyticsAt Atheon Analytics we use visual analytic tools, techniques and training to reduce complexity, simplify concepts and break down the barriers between you and your data. We can:

  • Perform analytical tasks for you, helping to establish the value of analytics within your business by tackling complex problems and delivering simple, understandable, actionable insight
  • Provide you with analytics applications that suit your needs, together with appropriate training to help you gain insight into your organisation
  • Present you with the tools and techniques needed to build your own analytic applications, with the confidence to use these within your organisation to address a wide range of problems and opportunities
http://www.atheonanalytics.comUnited Kingdom United Kingdom
BattelleBMIBattelle is the world’s largest, independent research and development organization, working to advance scientific discovery and application. We’re accelerating innovation by bringing people, science and technology together. From Education and Laboratory Management to National Security and Energy Technology to Health and Life Sciences, we provide innovative solutions to address the world’s most pressing needs. We partner with government, industry, and communities to enhance quality of life for people everywhere. Battelle also is one of the nation’s leading charitable trusts focusing on societal and economic impact and actively supporting and promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. For more information, visit www.battelle.org.
http://www.battelle.org/United States United States
Canada Network of Visualization and Analytics Center CANVACCANVAC is a national not-for-profit organization led by VIVA that coordinates the efforts of academia, industry and government to advance visual analytics, both to increase their productivity, competitiveness and employment and provide the capability to better execute their mandate.

The Vancouver Institute for Visual Analytics is an organization dedicated to developing Visual Analytics (VA) expertise in industry, government and university organizations in Canada, as well as fostering collaborative VA research.

VIVA’s mandate has three main components:

1. Build a Visual Analytics research infrastructure establishing Vancouver as the locus of Visual Analytics research, expertise and education activity for all of Canada.

2. Grow, facilitate and where possible support Visual Analytics research in Canada, initially at the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University, and especially involving the study of real-world problems encountered by industry and government organizations.

3. Build a capability to train Visual Analytics human resources from all areas (e.g., university students and company employees), at all levels (e.g., novice and experienced trainees), in a hands-on learning environment that includes access to real data, to a wide range of VA tools, and to the best practices and researchers in the field.

Since its inception, VIVA has collaborated with a network of academic institutions, industry partners and VA tool vendors.

CANVACCanada Canada
Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism EventsCREATEDHS’s Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) Center of Excellence develops advanced models and tools to evaluate the risks, costs, and consequences of terrorism and guides economically viable investments in countermeasures that will make our nation safer and more secure. The Center lead is the University of Southern California.

Centers of ExcellenceThe Centers of Excellence bring together leading experts and researchers to conduct multidisciplinary research and education for homeland security solutions. Each center is led by a university in collaboration with partners from other institutions, agencies, laboratories, think tanks, and the private sector.

List of Centers
Defense Threat Reduction Agency DTRADTRA is the U.S. Department of Defense’s official Combat Support Agency for countering weapons of mass destruction. DTRA engages in the full range of nonproliferation, counterproliferation and consequence management activities identified in the National Security Strategy of the United States as essential to combating WMD threats. As both a defense agency and a combat support agency, DTRA creates solutions and delivers the products, training and services to the warfighter.

www.dtra.milUnited States United States
Department of Homeland Security DHSDHS’s Science and Technology Directorate Command, Control and Interoperability Division established NVAC at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in 2004 to provide strategic leadership and coordination for visual analytics technology and tools.

DHSUnited States United States
Foundations on Data Analysis and Visual Analytics FODAVAThe Foundations of Data Analysis and Visual Analytics (FODAVA) research initiative is dedicated to both defining the foundations of the data and visual analytics fields and advancing the state-of-the-art. Established in 2008, with Georgia Tech as the Lead University, the FODAVA initiative is a collaborative effort funded jointly by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). FODAVA’s partners include the following:
• Carnegie Mellon University
• Cornell University
• Duke University
• Georgetown University
• Michigan State University
• Northwestern University
• The Pennsylvania State University
• Princeton University
• Purdue University
• Stanford University
• University of California-Davis
• University of California-Santa Cruz
• University of Illinois
• University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
• University of Maryland
• University of Michigan
• Virginia Polytechnic & State University

Future Point Systems Future Point Systems was founded in 2006 in partnership with the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. As a private commercial enterprise, Future Point Systems has been granted exclusive rights to build on over 10 years of successful information visualization research, development, and deployments through PNNL. Future Point’s award-winning Starlight™ software is a comprehensive visual analytics platform that enables all phases of the intelligence analysis process, including data ingestion, processing, and integration; visual analysis; and reporting.

Intel CorporationIntel’s Information Technology Innovation group enables new technologies that benefit both Intel’s many customers and Intel’s internal operations. The Visual Analytics and Cognitive Computing lab in Hillsboro, Oregon is developing new visual analytics tools for everyday knowledge work, including collaborative, 3D information workspaces and novel visualizations, to help both individuals and teams understand more, forget less, and always see the big picture, as they find, keep, build, and share information.

www.intel.comUnited States United States
Justice Institute of British Columbia JIBCThe Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) is Canada’s leading public safety educator. A post-secondary institution, JIBC is recognized nationally and internationally for continuous improvement and innovative education in both justice and public safety. JIBC offers a range of applied and academic programs, from prevention to response and recovery, and is recognized at home and abroad for its commitment to quality, leadership, and partnership.

jibc.caCanada Canada
National Center for Foreign Animal and Zoonotic Disease Defense FAZDThe National Center for Foreign Animal and Zoonotic Disease Defense (FAZD Center) performs research and develops products to defend the United States from high-consequence zoonotic and animal diseases that pose significant threats to livestock health, human health, and the national agricultural economy.

create.usc.eduUnited States United States
National Center for the Study of Preparedness and Catastrophic Event Response PACERThe National Center for the Study of Preparedness and Catastrophic Event Response (PACER) aims to improve the nation’s preparedness and the ability to respond in the event of a high-consequence natural or man-made disaster to alleviate the event’s effects by developing and disseminating best scientific practices. PACER, a Johns Hopkins University-led consortium, engages in multidisciplinary, trans-institutional research to study deterrence, prevention, preparedness and response, including issues such as risk assessment, decision-making, and surge capacity to create knowledge directed toward increased national preparedness for catastrophic, high-consequence events.
National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to TerrorismSTARTThe National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) conducts cutting-edge social science research on the causes and consequences of terrorism, aimed at providing timely guidance on how to disrupt terrorist networks, reduce the incidence of terrorism, and enhance the resilience of U.S. society in the face of the terrorist threat. The University of Maryland is the Center Lead.
National Science FoundationNSFNSF and DHS (represented by NVAC) formed a partnership in 2007 to conduct a joint research program in data and visual analytics. NSF and DHS created a new program managed by NSF, Foundations of Data and Visual Analytics.
National Security Agency NSAThe National Security Agency is collaborating with NVAC and its visual analytics research partners to develop new analytic techniques, methods, and tools using visualization for intelligence analysis.
National Visualization and Analytics Center NVACThe National Visualization and Analytics Center™ at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is a DHS mission-focused program that brings together innovative leadership, powerful partnerships, and advanced visual analytics research. NVAC supports DHS missions to counter current and future terrorist attacks in the United States and around the globe and to prepare for and respond to natural and manmade disasters. NVAC has helped to establish and coordinates with a family of visualization and analytics centers to bring a wide range of new technologies to bear through academic, government, and industrial partnerships.
nvac.pnl.govUnited States United States
Open Source Center OpenSource.gov provides timely and tailored translations, reporting, and analysis on foreign policy and national security issues from the Open Source Center and its partners.

www.opensource.govUnited States United States
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory PNNLThe Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), located in Richland, Washington, is one of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) 10 national laboratories managed by DOE’s Office of Science. PNNL scientists conduct basic and applied research and development to strengthen U.S. scientific foundations for fundamental research and innovation; prevent and counter acts of terrorism through applied research in information analysis, cyber security, and the nonproliferation of weapons of mass destruction; increase U.S. energy capacity and reduce dependence on imported oil; and reduce the effects of human activity on the environment.

www.pnl.govUnited States United States
Purdue UniversityVACCINEThe goal of Purdue’s Visual Analytics for Command, Control, and Interoperability Environments (VACCINE) center is to help the nation’s homeland security personnel perform their jobs more effectively by turning mass amounts of data into manageable information. Purdue’s university partners include the following:
• Florida International University
• Georgia Institute of Technology
• Indiana University
• Jackson State University
• Justice Institute of British Columbia
• Navajo Technical College
• The Pennsylvania State University
• Simon Fraser University
• Stanford University
• University of British Columbia
• University of Houston, Downtown
• University of North Carolina-Charlotte
• University of Stuttgart
• University of Texas at Austin
• University of Washington
• Virginia Polytechnic & State University

Quantum4DQuantum4D, Inc. was founded to develop the next-generation visual interface to analyze and discover information and data. Today, Quantum4D introduces an entirely new framework to communicate human intelligence—a flexible yet powerful way to understand the nature of information and the way we perceive the world.
Rutgers UniversityCCICADAThe Command, Control, and Interoperability Center for Advanced Data Analysis (CCICADA) center focuses on algorithmic methods for challenging problems in data analysis that address present and emerging homeland security threats. Rutgers’ partners include the following:
• Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs
• AT&T Labs Research
• Carnegie Mellon University
• Geosemble Technologies
• Howard University
• Morgan State University
• Princeton University
• Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
• Texas Southern University
• Tuskegee University
• University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
• University of Massachusetts-Lowell
• University of Southern California

SMARTSMARTFor more than 20 years, SMART has developed innovative interactive technology products for students, teachers, government, and business professionals. With more than 30 million customers worldwide, SMART collaborates with others to ensure their products and services meet customers’ needs.

smarttech.comCanada Canada
Tableau Software Tableau incorporates the latest breakthroughs in visualization research to make business intelligence more accessible. Their software lets users create charts, graphs, performance dashboards, and other visualizations with a few clicks of the mouse.
The Boeing Company Boeing is partnering with NVAC and international universities to develop and apply visual analytics tools to tackle high-complexity aerospace problems across the entire product life cycle. Collaboration between Boeing domain experts and visual analytics researchers is required to build the reconfigurable, flexible visual analytics tools that Boeing needs.
www.boeing.comUnited States United States
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