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Cambridge Intelligence wins Queen’s Award

last modified Apr 27, 2015 09:16 AM
Cambridge Intelligence, which is an ideaSpace alumni member and is helping to solve some of the world’s most complex data visualisation challenges, has been honoured with a coveted Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation.

 

With just two weeks to go until its fourth birthday, Cambridge Intelligence was named as a recipient in the Innovation category of the annual Queen’s Awards for Enterprise on the strength of KeyLines, its successful data visualisation technology.

The KeyLines toolkit is used to build web applications for visualizing connected data. Tens of thousands of users rely on KeyLines applications to make sense of highly complex connected data for tasks as varied as detecting fraud, understanding criminal organisations, monitoring critical infrastructure and interpreting scientific data. Customers include national police forces, government agencies and Fortune 500 enterprises.

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