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Mnemotrix Systems, Inc., builds and hosts Intelligent Agent software applications using its own software development engines with accompanying server and bandwidth afforded by a T3 backbone. We have built and integrated this technology with advanced GIS integration to create a Smart GeoData-Referencing System from which we can host numerous applications to clients globally. In Israel we specialized in state-of-the-art applications in High Resolution Archaeology and Agriculture where it interacts with city and urban planning, using ArcIMS to display interactive layers of Historical Time Periods. This same approach can be applied to any Open-Area Planning and Analysis System, and Geological, Environmental and Natural Resources Planning and Management, including Oil Field Management, Large-Scale Agricultural Land and Community Development, Logistical Planning and Facilities Distribution.

Smart GeoData-Referencing
Smart Geo-Referencing

Over the last 20 years we have built many types of "Intelligent Agent" hosted databases for clients worldwide. Based on the idea of corporate and institutional Legacy Databases these are complex "Smart" databases which embody certain artificial intelligence qualities. We have now merged the technology of Intelligent Agent software with GIS to create a paradigm shift in GeoReferencing technology and spatial analysis.

Let us clarify a few technical terms.

Intelligent Agent Software Applications are custom built computer software systems which in our case help to automate the human cognitive process of correlating and matching groups of information to one another, based on various criteria as designated by a researcher. These programs can search across large amounts of textual information and automatically link data based on more than traditional terms or key words or synonyms. These programs can correlate chunks of information conceptually or thematically, regardless of whether the data contains any of the initial words used by the researcher to compel the computer to search. These profiles can be edited based on what the researcher learns and can be made "smarter" and "smarter" over time. These types of database and search technologies have been for many years in a league of their own. Our approach makes use of an equivalence engine using a semantic lattice driven by algorithms which simulate through lexical set manipulation parallel pattern matching funtionality based on synonym and metonym association. Searches are speedily performed and produce lateral, intuitive results across categories, between departments, along thematic and conceptual lines in a way hitherto unavailable by others. Mostly compelled to strategic applications for industry and science, they represent a new leading edge in information science and data management. You can see some of our applications at and at

GeoReferencing is a term used in conventional GIS (Geographical Information Systems) to denote a programming application where a particular object or building or geologic structure is linked within a GIS system to an exact x,y point, or coordinate, which corresponds to a geographical location whether it be by satellite, grid coordinate, longitude or latitude, Israel grid Old or New, or by some other map related matrix position. The act of doing this is called GeoReferencing, and is an inherent basis for plotting of GIS data throughout the industry.

Smart GeoData-Referencing is a technological blending of a custom Intelligent Agent database system application with a spatial mapping function resulting in the ability to intelligently search a database of information and images and pictures, locating information or images and pictures that are connected with other information and images and pictures, and then being able to observe and study the data as it relates to a mapping function spatially. In other words, a database of information can be mined for chunks of data related by concepts or by themes or by other complex criteria of the user, and then each data chunk can also where appropriate and fitting, be plotted spatially onto a map depending upon how the data is spatially able to be plotted. Thus you can distill patterns not normally observable and inter-relate the material both logically and visually. Instead of producing from a search only a linear listing of available references, the data can be first projected spatially and then hyperlinked based on a pre-selection by location. Obviously, there are a multitude of new and dynamic uses for this kind of advanced information analysis and correlation.


These technological capabilities are at the core of Mnemotrix Systems, Inc's portfolio of services. We find this field particularly exciting since one of the big drivers of technology in this new century is EOS (Earth Observation Systems), replacing "defense", the technology driver of the 20th century.

The applications are endless in vastly diverse fields, including large-scale land management, oil field management and updating, utility deployment and documentation, community development, architectural design and city planning, agricultural research, planning and engineering, all kinds of civil engineering and planning projects, security and emergency planning for military, police and fire, archaeological site management, cultural resource management, environmental engineering and resource planning, to all sorts of internal system applications such as civil defense emergency handling systems, interior building planning and design, social dynamic modeling, catastrophic weather and disease outbreak management, logistical support of all types, many types of monitoring systems, and an almost infinite number of contingency planning type needs.

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