February 12, 2016 – McLean, Virginia. Haystax Technology, a leader in enterprise systems, cybersecurity and analytics for government and commercial clients, announced record revenues and profits for 2015, continuing a history of growth that outperformed expectations. With a firm foundation established following four years of consecutive growth, the company announced the following management changes to accelerate the….
NPR’s Richard Gonzalez visited and described a nondescript building in Silicon Valley, not too far from Levi’s Stadium, where Super Bowl 50 was played. That’s where public safety officials were huddled to help ensure the safety of teams and their fans during the days leading up to Super Bowl 50. Data from field reports, 911 calls, traffic and weather are….
FedScoop visited Haystax Technology’s headquarters in McLean, Va. to get a first-hand look at the same technology being used to secure major public events in the days leading up to Super Bowl 50. Public safety officers and first responders in the Bay Area will be using Haystax CalCOP, or California Common Operating Picture, which is powered by the Constellation Analytics….
SIGNAL Magazine visited the Risk Operations Center (ROC) at Haystax Technology yesterday, getting an inside look at the software being used to help provide situational awareness at the Super Bowl for the seventh-straight year. Haystax California Common Operating Picture, or CalCOP, is built on Haystax’s Constellation Analytics Platform and serves as the shared situational awareness for public safety officials on….
WTOP-FM, one of the most widely listened to radio stations in Washington, D.C., visited Haystax Technology’s headquarters today in McLean, Va to get an inside look at the company helping to keep the Super Bowl safe. Haystax does this through its software, California Common Operating Picture (CalCOP) for Threat Awareness, which has been used in the state of California since….
Datanami, a news portal dedicated to providing insight, analysis and up-to-the-minute information about emerging trends and solutions in big data, took a look at some of the ever increasing data demands surrounding Super Bowl 50. One such way data is helping is with Haystax Technology’s California Common Operating Picture for Threat Awareness (CalCOP), which gathers data points – like photos,….
This week Bloomberg visited an undisclosed location eight miles from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Ca. to get an inside look at how Haystax California Common Operating Picture (CalCOP) is being used by law enforcement agencies and first responders to keep teams and their fans safe in the days leading up to Super Bowl 50.
Haystax CalCOP, which is powered by….
Terry Collins from CNET took a look at some of the security efforts going on in the Bay Area as public safety officials gear up for Super Bowl 50, which kicked off yesterday evening with Super Bowl Opening Night. Fans are already pouring in to the Bay Area, making it critical to ensure safety and security for fans in the….
More than a million fans are expected in the Bay Area this week for events and activities leading up to Super Bowl 50 this weekend, including Super Bowl Opening Night, the Super Bowl City fan village and the NFL Experience. The Northern California Regional Intelligence Center (NCRIC) will serve as headquarters for the public safety officials behind the scenes, who….
More than a million fans are flooding into the Bay Area next week for a whole host of Super Bowl events, from Super Bowl Opening Night, to the Super Bowl City fan village and the NFL Experience. CNBC’s Harriet Taylor took a look at how Haystax Technology will help the Northern California Regional Intelligence Center (NCRIC) keep fans safe during….