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  • Jul 14, 2017
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July 14th, 2017
DataCapable Expands Machine Learning-Powered ‘Global Event Tracking’; Real-Time Maps for Wildfire, Water Quality, Hail, Earthquake, Flu Reports & Gas Leaks

Building upon the resounding success of their ‘ Global Power Outage Tracker ’, and in conjunction with the 2017 Esri User Conference, DataCapable has announced the addition ofthe world’s first Global Event Tracker for Wildfires, Water Quality, Hail, Earthquakes, Flu Reports and Gas Leaks -allconvenientlyavailable through Esri’s ArcGIS Marketplace.

By leveraging the power of social media, machine learning, neural networks and innovative algorithms, industries across the planet can benefit from DataCapable’s real-time layers that enable ArcGIS users with timely global insight, valuable actionable intelligence, and visualization of social data sets against existing geospatial information.

“This is a tremendous announcement for DataCapable and the industries we support”, said Zac Canders, Chief Executive Officer at DataCapable. “This is the first-time deep learning systems have been implemented for envisioning real-time events across the globe, and each of these individual layers empower businesses and the broader global GIS community to understand trends and breaking events, help owners and administrators make better operational decisions, and provide emergency response officials with insightful analysis and communication tools.”

“DataCapable believes in the power of information to transforms lives and provide better outcomes during events” continued DataCapable’s Director of Marketing, Adam Narkiewicz, “and this exciting development speaks to the power of Esri’s ArcGIS Marketplace platform. Together, we’re making maps social across the planet”.

The Esri Marketplace empowers geospatial firms, like DataCapable, to seamlessly share innovations and applications for the broader GIS community. The ArcGIS Marketplace is specifically designed to serve the needs of gobal GIS users by providng innovative applications and data sets to extend the value of Existing ArcGIS investments.

The opportunity to capitalize on a wealth of real-time Global Event Tracker layers coincides with DataCapable’s long-term commitment to use machine learning, a form of artificial intelligence, to detect and validate events from social media and non-traditional sources of data.

Global Event Tracker layers include data from anticipated and active events within a three-hour history (by default), with further configurable options to subscribers of the app.

DataCapable – “Maps are a Social Canvas”

Calling a business for information is frustrating for a customer – it’s also a large cost of time and resources for operations. DataCapable’s expanding UtiliSocial platform empowers brand managers and public relations liaisons to easily interact with digital customers via the platforms they prefer. By leveraging the power of Esri’s GIS mapping software and cutting-edge Machine Learning, UtiliSocial can transform maps into a social experience that allows users of the ArcGIS Marketplace to “geo-listen” for activity about brands and events across a variety of social media channels, connect their geospatial data to Facebook, and turn data into actionable intelligence with user-friendly two-way communication.

Access Global Event Trackers from the ArcGIS Marketplace:  https://marketplace.arcgis.com