Cambridge Intelligence

Cambridge Intelligence

Cambridge Intelligence make KeyLines, a data visualisation product.

Telephone: 01223 362 000
Address: 6-8 Hills Road, Cambridge
Postcode: CB2 1NH
Country: United Kingdom
Website: https://www.cambridge-intelligence.com
Membership type:Corporate 6-20 (£250+VAT pa)
 
At Cambridge Intelligence, we build data visualization tools that make the world a safer place.
 
From law enforcement to cyber security and fraud detection, we work with organizations around the globe. Every day, thousands of analysts rely on our technology to ‘join the dots’ in data and uncover hidden threats
 
They do this with KeyLines - our data visualization software for connected data.  Using the KeyLines toolkit, it's quick and easy to build game-changing data visualizations and deploy them anywhere, to anyone. 
KeyLines

KeyLines

See the networks in your data

Using Esri basemaps and services in KeyLines 5.0

KeyLines 5.0: Geospatial graph insight without limits

Cambridge Intelligence, creators of connected data visualization tools that make the world safer, today announced the release of KeyLines 5.0. This latest major version of the award-winning toolkit focuses on new and improved mapping features.

21 November 2018Read in full

Cambridge Intelligence CEO, Joe Parry

Cambridge Intelligence joins Scale-Up Club 2018

Cambridge Intelligence, the leading provider of network visualization and analysis solutions, is thrilled to announce it has been selected to join Scale-Up Club 2018.

9 November 2018Read in full

Cambridge Intelligence included in The Sunday Times Tech Track Ones to Watch shortlist

Cambridge Intelligence included in The Sunday Times Tech Track Ones to Watch shortlist

Cambridge Intelligence, the leading provider of network visualization and analysis solutions, has been included in the Sunday Times Tech Track Ones to Watch shortlist for 2018.

14 September 2018Read in full

CDVC members - San Francisco 2018

CDVC USA 2018 – shaping the future of connected data visualization

Last week, Cambridge Intelligence welcomed fellow specialists in the field of graph visualization to discuss the future of connected data visualization at the Connected Data Visualization Consortium (CDVC) meeting in San Francisco.

4 April 2018Read in full

Bryan Amesbury, newly appointed COO, Cambridge Intelligence

Cambridge Intelligence appoints new COO

Cambridge Intelligence, the leading provider of network visualization and analysis solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of Bryan Amesbury as itsChief Operating Officer (COO).

15 January 2018Read in full

Cambridge Intelligence team

Cambridge Intelligence: Cultivating future software engineers

Cambridge Intelligence, the leading provider of data visualization and analysis solutions, is delighted to announce its new STEM graduate programme.

9 January 2018Read in full

KeyLines 4.0 contains new visual analysis functionality

Cambridge Intelligence reveals KeyLines 4.0

A major release of the KeyLines graph visualization toolkit incorporates game-changing functionality to simplify and accelerate graph visual analysis at scale.

24 October 2017Read in full

One of the new cycles for Cambridge Intelligence staff

Fancy a free bike? Join Cambridge Intelligence

Cambridge Intelligence has introduced a new staff perk - free bikes for everyone.

17 October 2017Read in full

The Connected Data visualization consortium meets in London

Cambridge Intelligence's new consortium gets off to a flying start

Last week, Cambridge Intelligence welcomed some of Europe's leading data visualization practitioners to the launch of the Connected Data Visualization Consortium (CDVC), a unique project aimed at driving innovation and sharing knowledge in this exciting area.

17 October 2017Read in full

CDVC logo

Introducing the CDVC - shaping the future of connected data visualization

Cambridge Intelligence is excited to launch the Connected Data Visualization Consortium – or CDVC – a group dedicated to the future of network visualization.

7 September 2017Read in full

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