Chiliad in Government Intelligence
The Chiliad Discovery/Alert™ platform enables agencies to securely reach, find, analyze and continuously monitor big data—whether structured or unstructured, classified or unclassified. Chiliad empowers agencies to further mission goals with iterative discovery on any information, anywhere.
Chiliad in Healthcare
Chiliad Discovery/Alert™ originated from a research project supported by the National Library of Medicine, Walter Reed, Bethesda Naval Hospital and the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR). Designed to simplify how healthcare organizations could leverage data to improve the standard of care, Discovery/Alert enables providers to reach, find, analyze and monitor all their information sources —whether in EHRs or scattered across other health IT systems. Chiliad empowers you to use iterative discovery techniques to mine any information located anywhere.
A Solution Built for Openness: Chiliad Integration
This document discusses the value offered by Chiliad in organizations using or considering open source frameworks. We explain how Chiliad integrates with and complements open source technologies.We illustrate how Chiliad enables analysts to more quickly and thoroughly complete their missions with rich analysis tools not typically available in open source frameworks. We demonstrate how an investment in Chiliad may be equal to or less than the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of open source projects.
Unlocking Knowledge in Big Data: Executive Summary
Today, thousands of analysts use Chiliad Discovery/Alert’s iterative discovery solutionsto turn their data into knowledge in ways that were never before possible. A typical task that previously took 32,000 hours was documented to take 30 minutes. Analysts are able to look through billions of records in over 100 different data sources with an average response time of 3 seconds. Intuitive analytics tools allow them to discover knowledge quickly and easily while real time monitoring capabilities keep them up to date as information changes.