New year, new features! Haystax software engineers have been busy rolling out a variety of enhancements and added functionality to the Haystax Analytics Platform, focused on delivering critical operational capabilities for those responsible for the safety and security of their personnel, facilities and systems.
Take for example some recent changes to the Haystax Map app. Users who prefer to visualize their security environment typically rely on this app for area-wide domain awareness. The map is where they can see their precisely geo-located assets displayed in context with other dynamic information like incident alerts, scheduled events and countless dynamic threat and hazard data layers imported from third-party feeds.
One of our newer enhancements gives users the ability to create an incident directly from a Threat Streams feed item on the map, rather than having to toggle over to the Threat Streams app to do so. A dialogue box pops up on creation, with title and date auto-filled and the ability for the user to add Type, Status and Importance as well as tags and permissions, and to assign the incident to themselves or another system user.
Another feature allows for the creation of new incidents, events and assets directly from the Map app (image above). Users simply right-click at any location on the map view to create any of these objects, at which point a dialog box will appear to allow for the type selection. Clicking the Create button will navigate to a new object-creation screen. Upon save, the location of the click event will be used to set the latitude and longitude of the new object.
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Note: Seeking better domain awareness across your security environment? The Haystax Map app is one of nine tools you can use to predictively understand asset risk in the context of your continuously evolving threat environment. Learn more about our geo-focused Public Safety solutions for law enforcement, fire safety, enterprise security and school safety by visiting our website at www.haystax.com.