The Activity-Based Intelligence (ABI) - is a new methodology for technology-enabled problem solving developed by the intelligence community for real-time integration of large, diverse disparate data (Big Data) streams. ABI emphasizes the importance of spatial temporal filtering for disambiguation among entities, activities, and locations of interest. Additionally, ABI is a Multiple Intelligence Sources (Multi-INT) approach to activity and transactional data analysis used to resolve unknowns [unknowns], develop object and network knowledge, and drive collection.
By attending Activity-Based Intelligence (ABI) - Essentials workshop, delegates will learn:
- Concepts of ABI
- Decompose an intelligence or defense mission into the four pillars of ABI
- Identify suitable ABI applications and apply ABI concepts
- Assess the value of ABI over other contemporary data mining and analysis methods