Raptor is

COTS (Commercial Off the Shelf) solution designed, from the ground up, to be a hub for aggregating geospatial IoT feeds and fusing them into sensible, common themed data feeds for use within Enterprise GIS Systems.

 In addition Raptor provides geospatial real-time and historical big data analytics.

Raptor is entirely hosted in the cloud and is offered as a SaaS solution.

Raptor eliminates the client’s internal IT burden of managing complex platforms.

Raptor enables 40Geo to rapidly develop, troubleshoot, monitor and enhance Raptor as a product.

Raptor Geo-IoT

40Geo Raptor Geo-IoT harnesses the 8 fundamental components of Industry 4.0 to provide world class, next generation, geospatially connected solutions for our clients

Holistic Approach

40Geo understands that a holistic approach to the Geospatial Internet of Things must take into consideration the full life-cycle of the IoT sensor events being broadcast.

Above all, simplicity.

GEOSPATIAL INDUSTRIAL INTERNET OF THINGS (IIOT) AGGREGATION HUB

Raptor Geo-IoT services inside of ESRI’s Operations Dashboard in ArcGIS Online. This shows geofence and realtime vessel capabilties at the Port of Galveston The AIS vessel information is provided by Spire (spire.com)

This shows the ability of the Raptor Geo-IoT platform to deliver historical tracks of the location report points the IoT sensors are providing. This is ESRI’s Operations Dashboard.

This is a real-time aggregated vessel density map representing a heat map of current vessel locations at a global scale with ESRI’s Operations Dashboard. The AIS data is provided by Spire (Spire.com) This Raptor Geo-IoT Feature Service can be added to any of your ESRI Web Maps and symbolized the way you want to display the info. It can also be filtered by the attributes is holds, example, a heat map of all Oil Tankers.

Raptor Geo-IoT services inside of ESRI’s Operations Dashboard in ArcGIS Online. This shows the different sources of the AIS data flowing in (Blue=AISHUB, Yellow= Raptor Radio (40Geo provided AIS Hardware), Green=Spire Satellite, Orange=Spire Terrestrial) This screenshot demonstrates the ability of Raptor Geo-IoT to merge 10000+ events a second from dozens of sources into one best of breed IoT layer.

Raptor Geo-IoT services inside of esri’s Operations Dashboard in ArcGIS Online. This shows the freshness (how old the data is) of the AIS data that is being provided, the AIS vessel information is provided by Spire (spire.com)

The geospatial IoT does not always require a map for the end user. This is an example of the weather forecast API from spire.com to provide 10 day forecasts for each vessel, anywhere in the world. This is ESRI’s Operations Dashboard.

Raptor Geo-IoT leverages the power of Elasticsearch and Kibana for IoT analytics, machine learning, custom automated reporting engine and feed monitoring