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Big Data Analytics -
Your key to decisions

Every information flow, every action produces data. According to calculations of the "Digital Universe" study by IDC, the amount of data worldwide doubles every two years. To make life more efficient and safer, Big Data Analytics tools help to filter out the relevant data. This is exactly what SCOPE is for.

 

SCOPE is designed in such a way that you can process and evaluate large volumes of data. The topic of Big Data thus becomes the topic, Analytics of Big Data – for authorities and for organisations.

 

Best of all: With SCOPE you can not only analyse the gained information but also share it. Thus, the analysis of big data facilitates cooperation, across borders, departments and systems.

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  • Analyse

    Analyse

    Wir erheben keine Daten. Doch unsere IT-Lösungen ermöglichen die Analyse und Auswertung von Informationen aus unterschiedlichsten Quellen – von Geodatenanalysen und Profilanalysen über Netzwerkanalysen bis hin zu Zeitverlaufsanalysen und Inhaltsauswertungen.

  • Cyberint

    Cyberint

    Wir erheben keine Daten. Doch unsere IT-Lösungen ermöglichen die Analyse und Auswertung von Informationen aus unterschiedlichsten Quellen – von Geodatenanalysen und Profilanalysen über Netzwerkanalysen bis hin zu Zeitverlaufsanalysen und Inhaltsauswertungen.

  • Sigint

    Sigint

    Wir erheben keine Daten. Doch unsere IT-Lösungen ermöglichen die Analyse und Auswertung von Informationen aus unterschiedlichsten Quellen – von Geodatenanalysen und Profilanalysen über Netzwerkanalysen bis hin zu Zeitverlaufsanalysen und Inhaltsauswertungen.

  • Osint

    Osint

    Wir erheben keine Daten. Doch unsere IT-Lösungen ermöglichen die Analyse und Auswertung von Informationen aus unterschiedlichsten Quellen – von Geodatenanalysen und Profilanalysen über Netzwerkanalysen bis hin zu Zeitverlaufsanalysen und Inhaltsauswertungen.

  • Socmint

    Socmint

    Wir erheben keine Daten. Doch unsere IT-Lösungen ermöglichen die Analyse und Auswertung von Informationen aus unterschiedlichsten Quellen – von Geodatenanalysen und Profilanalysen über Netzwerkanalysen bis hin zu Zeitverlaufsanalysen und Inhaltsauswertungen.

  • Forensic

    Forensic

    Wir erheben keine Daten. Doch unsere IT-Lösungen ermöglichen die Analyse und Auswertung von Informationen aus unterschiedlichsten Quellen – von Geodatenanalysen und Profilanalysen über Netzwerkanalysen bis hin zu Zeitverlaufsanalysen und Inhaltsauswertungen.

  • Share

    Share

    Unsere IT-Lösungen schaffen die Grundlage dafür, die Analyseresultate zu sammeln und zu speichern. Damit ermöglichen wir ein effizientes Datenmanagement mit klar geregelten Zugriffsrechten: um Daten mit denen zu teilen, die befugt sind, sie zu sehen – und zu nutzen.  

  • Protect Human Lives

    Protect Human Lives

    Unsere IT-Lösungen schaffen die Grundlage dafür, die Analyseresultate zu sammeln und zu speichern. Damit ermöglichen wir ein effizientes Datenmanagement mit klar geregelten Zugriffsrechten: um Daten mit denen zu teilen, die befugt sind, sie zu sehen – und zu nutzen.  

  • Identify Threats

    Identify Threats

    Unsere IT-Lösungen schaffen die Grundlage dafür, die Analyseresultate zu sammeln und zu speichern. Damit ermöglichen wir ein effizientes Datenmanagement mit klar geregelten Zugriffsrechten: um Daten mit denen zu teilen, die befugt sind, sie zu sehen – und zu nutzen.  

  • Eliminate Dangers

    Eliminate Dangers

    Unsere IT-Lösungen schaffen die Grundlage dafür, die Analyseresultate zu sammeln und zu speichern. Damit ermöglichen wir ein effizientes Datenmanagement mit klar geregelten Zugriffsrechten: um Daten mit denen zu teilen, die befugt sind, sie zu sehen – und zu nutzen.  

  • Share

    Share

The benefits of SCOPE

  • Highly scalable and tailored to your data volume
  • Data from various sources
  • User-friendly interface
  • Comprehensive services all around
  • Share analysis findings easily

What are the tasks of SCOPE?

In the digital age, every area of life becomes a data source. Health and mobility, business and marketing, contacts and knowledge. Every medium produces information: smartphones and laptops, televisions and means of transport and many more. We specialise in this and provide companies and institutions with software for analysing Big Data.

 

No matter if you

 

  • track trends,
  • recognise probabilities or simply
  • want to make better decisions.

 

Our SCOPE product brings data from various sources into one format, processes it, creates connections and recognises structures. It is user-friendly and can be adapted to the everyday work routine of the user.

 

You can be sure: the relevant information is in the data. It just has to be prepared – and our smart software will help you with that. It provides you with the previously unstructured data in such a way that you can recognise the desired information that is hidden within it.

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The appropriate solution for every analytic requirement

SCOPE BOX

  • The first step into the world of SCOPE : Fast availability with full scope of services.
  • Ideal for managable amounts of data from various sources.
  • With hardware already included: Connect, configure network, analyse.

SCOPE

  • The unique solution includes training, service and support.
  • For large data volumes, perfect for maintaining security at home and abroad.
  • Results can be shared across systems with team members.

 

   

  

What exactly is Big Data Analytics?

What is the Big Data definition anyway? This question can be answered as clearly as it is complex. If a lot of data is too large or too complicated, too unstructured or too changeable to be analysed with conventional methods of processing, we speak of big data.

More precisely, there are four different dimensions that make up Big Data:

1. Volume: The scope and volume of data is too large for processing.

2. Velocity: The data is generated or transferred too quickly.

3. Variety: The range of data sources and types is too large.

4. Veracity: The data is real and correct (no simulations).

As is usually the case with formative digital topics, the criteria are also variable: Increasingly more often, an additional dimension is used to define Big Data: Value – the added value for companies.

Big Data Analytics becomes indispensable?

Dynamic technologies are needed to make mass datausable. Processing large amounts of data requirescompletely new types of storage and analytical systems. Hardware and software must meet more complex requirements than ever before. The analysis of Big Data marks nothing less than a fundamental change in the digital world and for all domains associated with it.

The more the sheer volume of information grows, the more important data analysis becomes. All the major digital trends of our time are closely linked to this issue: AI (Artificial Intelligence), IoT (Internet of Things), Industry 4.0 - everything is based on the use of mass data and in return immediately produces new data with which processes can be specified and improved.

So Big Data is not simply the next trend in the IT industry. It has established itself permanently as an additional dimension in information technology. This development can be exploited: The ability to analyse and process Big Data is increasingly determining the success of companies, organisations and institutions. In addition, government agencies and organisations are thus given further opportunities to process information and assess the current situation.

Get the right information from the data

However, Big Data's analysis is not only helpful for the economy and companies, but also in situation awareness and crime prevention. International crimes of all kinds inevitably leaves behind digital traces. Whether international crime or terrorism: travel and communication, organisation and planning produce data. With the right tools for analysis and processing, valuable information can be gained from it.

This information becomes knowledge, and on this basis companies and authorities can make better decisions, set the right course for the future or immediately increase security and stability.

It's not just a matter of filtering out the right data, but also of hiding the unimportant part of the data. Distinguishing between the target and the non-target is one of the essential tasks that our Big Data Analytics SCOPE perform. Which information leads to results -and which leads to nowhere – That is an important key to success when evaluating data.

Recognise connections

Sometimes, even seemingly unimportant information becomes very valuable. This is when it is combined in a smart way with other data sources or merged with other information.

The further consideration of all these possibilities is programmed into our tools. Thus, the large amount of information in Big Data results in an overall context that makes it possible to classify the different aspects and understand them better.

There is hardly any area of life that Big Data Analytics cannot capture and improve. Education, research, politics and business can all benefit in new ways, thus achieving better results and further developing their work.

Using Big Data for artificial intelligence

Big Data favours the development of artificial intelligence (AI) – another major future topic in thedigital world. AI systems can only work and form networks if large amounts of data can be evaluated andused.

Many fields of research are contributing their data to the development of artificial intelligence. These include:

- Neuroscience and Neurology

- Mathematics and logic

- Communication science and linguistics

- Philosophy and psychology.

There are already many examples of use, and there are more to come. Driving autonomously without Big DataAnalytics? Unthinkable! Traffic and vehicle data must be available for processing, to make the driving possible at all. Mass data require and reinforce artificial intelligence and vice versa. A new, exciting challenge – with immense potential for companies and IT experts alike.

Analysing Big Data

The more objects are connected to the Internet – from light switches to loudspeakers – the more dimensions Big Data gains. New possibilities for networking have already emerged and new ones will continue to emerge.

For example, several stationary cars on a section of road can be linked to form a traffic jam message on the navigation system. But why only connect obvious levels? After all, a car can also transmit weather data, for example when the windscreen wiper is activated. Production facilities in companies can communicate with their products and thus minimise waste.

Touches, sounds, images and device inputs – everything ultimately becomes digital data, registered by sensors, speakers, cameras and digital devices. A fascinating, versatile universe full of new possibilities for the future. The digital and real sides of the world will become increasingly inseparable in the future, and Data Analytics is the foundation for this development.

Data protection at SCOPE

Big Data and the use of the data are neither good norbad. But a lot of good can come out of this: Security, crime prevention, health or daily comfort. We at INNOSYSTEC contribute exactly to this with our software, this is our aim and our motivation.

However, like any technology, Big Data Analytics can also be misused. It can restrict personal rights or contribute to the abuse of power – because the power of the enormous knowledge contained in mass data is often great indeed.

Awareness of these risks is important. Effective policies, careful data protection and responsible consideration of the legislators are essential. We as a provider of BigData Analytics and Services are aware of our professional and ethical responsibility at all times. More than that: We consider it essential for the development of a beneficial use of Big Data Analytics.

INNO appoints Camilla von Baer as Managing Director Marketing & Sales.

Top ICT industry expert to complement Managing Director Peter Zerwes and drive international growth and expansion of the customer base.

 

As of July 1st, 2020 Camilla von Baer will take over the newly created position of Managing Director Marketing and Sales at INNO, the Software and Big Data Specialist. In this capacity, she will work with the founder, Dipl.-Ing. Peter Zerwes, on further expanding the national and international business. The appointment of Camilla von Baer is intended to significantly strengthen the marketing and sales team and drive the company's successful growth strategy. With its leading software SCOPE, INNO helps public authorities, offices, security agencies and organisations to analyse, evaluate and process large amounts of data in compliance with data protection regulations. Founded in 2000, the company has been a member of the PLATH Group, based in Hamburg, since 2007.

 

"With Camilla von Baer, we were able to gain an industry-recognised, highly qualified marketing and sales expert", explains Peter Zerwes, Managing Director of INNO. "I am convinced that with her many years of experience, her team spirit and her passion for technology, she will provide a strong impetus and I look forward to working with her in the future and to continue to advance our company together".

 

Camilla von Baer has more than 20 years of professional experience in business and IT consulting as well as in sales and marketing in the ICT industry. From 2005 to 2019, Camilla von Baer held various senior management positions at T-Systems internationally and was responsible for new business and growth. Most recently, as Senior Vice President Marketing & Communications for a corporate start-up, she was responsible for omni-channel marketing for more than 40 digital products in the field of Industry 4.0, Cloud and Mobility. Other career highlights at T-Systems were positions as Vice President Business Development & Strategy for the largest international customers and Vice President IT Innovations Global Accounts. Camilla von Baer started her career in 1995 at the technology and management consultancy American Management Systems (now CGI). She holds a BA Honours degree in European Business Administration from the European Business School (London, Paris, Oestrich-Winkel) and completed the Leader Excellence Program at the European School of Management and Technology in Berlin.

 

"I am delighted to be able to bring my extensive experience in international marketing and sales and my passion for digital technologies to such a renowned company as INNO," says Camilla von Baer, new Managing Director Marketing and Sales at INNO. "Throughout my entire career, my motivation has always been to actively work on and shape a better, secure and digital future. This will be my goal here too – together with my team and for our customers".

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INNO’s new SCOPE release V14: easy big data handling and API for established AI tools.

SCOPE is a highly sophisticated software for big data analysis and evaluation for a variety of use cases. It is operated in particular by national and international governmental customers to support their workflows.

 

From July 2020 on, the software specialist INNO provides the next SCOPE release V14. This new release has a clear focus on the simplified handling of big data. Therefore, INNO optimised processes in the background of the software and in the user interface.

 

“The ongoing improvement of the software handling according to our customers’ needs is a crucial success criterion for INNO and therefore the driving force for our development” Stefan Erne, CTO of INNO likes to point out. “The new release is again a big step forward to support our governmental customers ideally in their daily big data workflows.” he explains.

 

Some of SCOPE V14´s highlights:

  • The MaxMind data bases can now be updated in working mode without the need for further patches. This reduces downtime of the systems.
  • Every captured IP address will now automatically be supplemented by geo information like geo position and the name of the city. With this new feature the user gets additional information without any effort.
  • Another novelty is a now clearly arranged presentation of the map view. Different map layers enable the operator to reduce the data to the information which is relevant for the current analysis. E.g. tracking routes of vessels based on AIS or INMARSAT data can be faded in and out by one simple click.
  • Additionally, SCOPE V14 provides a new API supporting data evaluation with the assistance of well-established AI tools like Jupyter Notebook or Spyder. Via the new API automatic AI analysis and filter processes can be embedded directly into the SCOPE-based system. The new API supports the exchange of ECF and CSV data formats. With this new feature SCOPE provides intelligence systems with the possibility to get results easier and therefore quicker to save valuable time for the operator.
  • By changes in the software architecture SCOPE V14 now allows more flexibility: it can react quicker to changing environments and can e.g. easily adapt to higher data volumes.

 

Of course, also starting from July 2020 all new SCOPE BOXES – our entry solution in the world of Big Data – will be equipped with the new release SCOPE V14. If you would like to learn more about the SCOPE BOX or the new features of SCOPE V14, please have a look at the website www.scope.innosystec.de/en or simply give us a call: +49 7553 59088-0. ​​

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INNOSYSTEC: Corona News.

Dear valued customers and partners,

 

Due to the current situation in which the coronavirus (Sars-CoV-2) has reached almost all countries of the world, we all face challenges that we must and will overcome together. We at INNO are in good spirits and hereby assure you of our continued support.

The most important thing now is that our families, our colleagues and our fellow human beings are protected and remain healthy. Like many other professionals, most INNO employees work from home. We have the privilege of doing our daily work with digital tools and solutions, so we can continue to develop software and be there for you in all areas.

You can contact us as usual by telephone, video conference, e-mail or via our ticket system. Since we cannot travel to you at the moment, also because we want to protect you, we are working on solutions how our sales team can be present for you in new ways and in new channels to keep you up to date.

Nevertheless, we are very much looking forward to hopefully meeting you soon again in person.

Stay healthy!

 

Your INNO Team

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GPEC® exhibition: INNO in cooperation with the Dreger Group.

International exhibition and conference for internal security.

 

A little late, but nevertheless we would not like to deprive you of the impression of the GPEC® in Frankfurt.

"The GPEC® is simply compulsory [– also for INNO]! Europe's largest closed product show on internal security, accessible only to authorities. 537 exhibitors from 31 countries and 7,365 participants from 60 countries. Among the market-leading providers and competitors, we presented our Big Data Analytics software SCOPE – "Made in Germany" – in the context of the exhibitor, the Dreger Group. With strong men and women power we represented INNOSYSTEC GmbH (short: INNO): Nine INNO colleagues. There was always something going on at our stand. Many of the 7,365 participants also came to talk to us about SCOPE and its little sister the SCOPE BOX. In the background the drone show, to the right and left of us the shooting practice stands, there was plenty to admire at our stand and in the Dreger Group area.

 

About the GEPC in general, here is an extract of the final report from the organizer (translated by INNO):

"Many police and security authorities also contributed to the success of this GPEC® even as exhibitors and even more so as speakers at the conferences. A highly topical supporting programme and official working group meetings – more than 30 in all – once again made the GPEC® 2020 an indispensable industry forum. In addition to two unique international conferences (International Outlaw Motorcycle Gang Investigators Association and Environmental Transnational Crime), established conferences such as the 17th German Control Centre Congress, the PTI's specialist conference on weapons and equipment at DHPol, the specialist conferences on video intelligence, drones, automotive IT, TKÜ-ITÜ and the procurement seminar contributed to this success. New accents were set by conferences such as AI and future BOS-FEM, NLDW Non-lethal Distance Control Devices, Counter Terrorism and KRITIS, Clothing – Innovation and Sustainability in Functional Clothing, City Police and Municipal Order Services, Drug and Traffic Control of the PTI of DHPol, Meeting SE and Workshop Mission Control in the MEK. The workshops Police Messenger presented by the Saxon Police, Video Protocol Writing and Voice Recognition as well as Tactical Emergency Medicine were also service providers for interested parties.

Exhibition highlights were the training courses Knife Defence and Self Defence, the Indoor Tactics and Shooting Training with LACS, SIMGUN and UTM as well as the Indoor UAV Flight Zone and finally the After-Work-Party of GPEC® and BDK.

Since the year 2000 the GPEC® has developed into Europe's largest closed special event for internal security with exhibition and conferences – for many years under the patronage of the Federal Minister of the Interior. As a one-stop-shop for products and solutions for internal security that is unique in Germany, the GPEC® promotes the conservation of resources for the authorities and regularly exchanges information about their needs. As a closed exhibition for members of all authorities involved in internal security, the GPEC® regularly provides a confidential framework for the exchange of information with top managers, procurement officers, technicians, trainers and end users from the federal and state governments, from Germany and around the world. Competence "Made in Germany"."

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An interview in the Wehrtechnik with INNO CSO Axel Möhring.

Our CSO Axel Möhring talks to the Wehrtechnik about the security market, its significance for INNOSYSTEC and its challenges.

 

wt: What significance does the German defense and security market have for INNOSYSTEC and what does the company offer?

Möhring: INNOSYSTEC is based in Germany and works closely with the German security authorities, among others. It all started in Germany. This is how we have grown and continue to grow. In the area of Big Data Management, we offer a solution for challenges of all kinds for various customer segments. However, the German market is particularly important for us – here our solutions are running for the first time and are subject to high demands – both technically and in terms of national security interests. This is often the litmus test for later use in an international environment. The procurement process on the German, but also on the European market is too cumbersome and too slow, especially for software solutions. This is where we have to start if we want to maintain the existing expertise in Germany and not lose it. Sometimes we would like to be heard more. As a medium-sized company, it is difficult to attract attention in larger projects. However, we can always score points with our know-how and our reaction time.

 

wt: How quickly can you provide product solutions for a potential demand in Germany?

Möhring: We have to distinguish between the product business and the project business. Depending on which one we aim to achieve with the customer, this also influences the respective delivery time. In the product business, the aim is to make our standard product available as quickly as possible without long waiting times for the customer. This can sometimes only be a few weeks. Our product development is at a high technical level, so that we can provide an innovative solution within the shortest possible time. Since our foundation in 2000, we have grown constantly and consistently with our product and projects. With 75 employees, we have reached a size that also requires certain processes and structures. We are moving more and more towards standards in the software market. This is good, as it enables all parties involved to act faster and smarter. In this respect, I consider us to be extremely agile compared to our competitors and in view of our experience and expertise.

 

wt: Does INNOSYSTEC link the marketing of its products for a potential German customer to close cooperation with other (defense technology) companies or partners in Germany? What does the marketing strategy look like?

Möhring: Our core market is still Germany and Europe. We have long been asking ourselves whether we should or must diversify. In the end, we decided to stay with our core business and integrate partners into our projects for further requirements. Due to our size, we are not able to serve all projects or requests, so another important aspect for us is the partnership with large system houses and integrators. INNOSYSTEC is one of the "hidden champions" on the market – with the emphasis on "hidden". We are little known on the market and have consciously chosen this path over the last 20 years. We have operated in the German market and have simply done a good job. This is the best reference and the best advertisement for follow-up business. If you can call it that, then this approach has long been our marketing strategy. As long as you do a good job as a company, however, you get more attention over time and honestly also the hunger for larger markets. Since mid-2019, we have therefore been seen more actively and visibly on the market. The topic of trade fair participation is now at the top of the agenda for 2020.

 

wt: Are there any considerations to address the international market as well?

Möhring: The international market has been an attractive field of activity for INNOSYSTEC for ten years now. For 20 years, we have been building up domain knowledge on how to operate nationally, but also internationally within the legal framework. Last but not least, we offer a worldwide standard for input data. But once again: Without the German one, the international market would not be manageable for us. For a medium-sized company, everything outside of Germany holds not only opportunities but also great challenges. Especially with regard to export regulations, legal situations, customs and other legal regulations. There are requirements that do not exist in Germany in this form. Here it is important to find solutions and to be faster and better than the global players. Or to work with a global player as the engine under the hood. With reasonable effort and expense, however, there are frankly only two possibilities for us on the international market to be active and efficient.

 

wt: What makes INNOSYSTEC?

Möhring: It would be fantastic if a customer could tell us why they trust us, wouldn't it? I am sure that customers appreciate our understanding of their needs and that we quickly recognize the challenges they face. We have gained deep insights, but at the same time our colleagues enjoy a very high level of trust among customers. Often it is not a "client-company setup", but rather a partnership that is built up over many years. Our customers highly appreciate that we stay with our core business. We are happy to advise, but what we cannot do, we do not do. We know our limits and we communicate them openly. We have a solution that can process, prepare and visualize enormous amounts of data from a wide variety of sources – that's our daily bread, that's what we can do, that's what the customer appreciates about us and that's what makes us special.

 

wt: In your opinion, would a company like Blackwater be conceivable in the world of intelligence and security agencies?

Möhring: In my opinion, absolutely not. An independently viable construct in a parallel world free of law must be prevented. Just like electricity and water supply or social housing, the state must not give up security. But the state and the economy must be allowed to learn from each other and also benefit from each other. We need close cooperation and closer links between security authorities and German solution providers. I personally also believe that we need to give our security authorities more room for maneuver, both legally and in terms of equipment. We live in one of the strongest and safest democracies in the world. We all share responsibility for ensuring that this remains so. Politics, society and industry. We at INNOSYSTEC make a central contribution to the security of Germany.

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Find out more about INNO

Whatever your project may be – we are a medium-sized IT company that specialises in the analysis, evaluation and processing of large volumes of information. Founded in 2000 at Lake Constance and continuously growing, today INNO is a guarantee for reliability – and your specialist for Big Data management.

 

We make the world a bit safer.

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